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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “Brazil: A last stand in the Americas”

  1. Alan Keyes, Olavo de Carvalho, and Alejandro Peña-Esclusa
    Midia Sem Máscara 9 videos Last updated on April 9, 2014

    Amb. Alan Keyes, Professor Olavo de Carvalho and Venezuelan oppositionist leader Alejandro Peña-Esclusa met in 03.03.09 in a DC hotel room for an informal and friendly talk. This is the recording of the conversation, where three of the most prominent conservative voices in their countries discuss the leftist takeover in the US and Latin America, the recent assaults on the US Constitution, and the activities of the Sao Paulo Forum — the radical left-wing organization, founded by the current Brazilian president Lula da Silva in 1990, which is behind Hugo Chavez, the FARC, and dozens of other Latin American political parties, national governments, and criminal organizations.

    Exclusive: Brazilian Journalist Allan Dos Santos Says Top Ranking Military Officials in Brazil Discussing Arresting Several Supreme Court Judges and Stopping Communist Revolution
    by Brandon Howse – November 21, 2022

    • I’m thinking of Egypt and Morsi’s demise. How many millions of Egyptians were protesting in the streets? The Military headed by al-Sisi was responsible for upholding the Constitution. And the Military fulfilled its duty.

      • OT/ TheIns is not especially friendly to the Russian govt. But sometimes voices what Russians are saying quietly amongst themselves.

        Harsh facts pro-Russian propagandists in Western alt-media scrupulously avoid. Even the controlled media inside Russia has been more honest. Increasingly so.

        Russians (and their nearest-&-dearest!) on the outside also bought into the propaganda. It’s reassuring. Thus the wake up over the last couple months has been stressful. (I won’t give up the cheerleaders, I still crave copium.)

        But it’s in sync with what we’ve heard from family and friends in both UA and RF. And Dima from Belarus is pro-RF, but quite balanced as an analyst. Ukrainian wife, mixed family (typical).

        This paints a fair picture.
        Enough cannon fodder, not enough cannons: Russia struggling to equip its mobilized troops


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