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The journalist in the video below is likely not fully correct about the motive. There may be an element of stealing in the actions of the Brazilian supremes, but this looks a lot more like what is taking place in the US, where massive frauds were perpetrated to attempt a coup against President Trump while making it look like a legal procedure. Also much like the pseudo-legal prosecution of Marine Le Pen in France, where her parliamentary immunity was stripped post hoc, in order to prosecute her for publishing a short Islamic State video as proof of why her party did not want immigration of that ideology.
The same thing just happened to Matteo salvini where his immunity was stripped in order to prosecute him for his decision not to let a boatload of illegals dock which Marxist logic determined to be “kidnapping”.
And the eternal prosecution of Geert Wilders for actually doing his job in a democracy, which was to criticize the government’s immigration policy, which the government has deemed “racist” and Geert is now facing the same charge for the same remark I think for the FOURTH time. Another great argument for America’s double-jeopordy law in the 5th amendment.
The video below is another explanatory video of this significant event in Brazil. Remember, this must not be viewed as an isolated incident, but as part of a global policy against traditional, Nationalist, or non-Marxist politicians and influential people. In blunt, this is a global communist revolution taking place in a highly targeted manner and using corruption of existing systems, and even the creation of an anti-state to act against the state using the Marxist dialectic, Thesis, antithesis, solution. For a better understanding of that, Stephen Coughlin and Rich Higgins’ paper linked here makes it clear with some effort on the part of the reader.
This may turn out to be an enormous story. It seems very much like the attempted coup against President Trump in some ways, and also like the supra-legal methods employed against France’s Le Pen and Italy’s Salvini, both of whom had their parliamentary immunity revoked RETROACTIVELY in order to charge them for major crimes that are in fact, not crimes at all.
In fact they are just acting within the job description of opposition MPs.
There will be more on this coming. But the takeaway is likely that unprecedented extraordinary means will be used against all political leaders who are working against the global communist revolution. Monday or so we hope to publish the reporter’s actual statement. But the gist of it is in the video below. Thank you Jose Atento for the video and translation.
This is an article by political blogger, Jose Atento, who is a watcher of all things in the Portuguese speaking world. In this case, the extraordinarily democratic words of Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, and the threat he faces from other branches of the legislature.
Last time, I reported how the Brazilian Establishment was doing everything possible to overthrow Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro. At that time I mentioned the incident created by the early departure of Justice Minister Sergio Moro. Moro became a Brazilian national hero as the judge who led Operation Car Wash that put jailed powerful politicians and entrepreneurs, including former president Lula. Bolsonaro invited him to be his justice minster because Moro represented one of his causes: the fight against corruption.
Some pointed out that even though he was aligned with the fight against corruption, Moro was against some of Bolsonaro’s other positions. Contrary to Bolsonaro, Moro was in favor of abortion and in favor of disarming the population.
Let us jump to the present and the COVID-19 crisis. The Supreme Court, mostly composed of judges appointed during the 16 years of socialist rule, decided that the guidance, administration and control of how to tackle the pandemic was the responsibility of the state governors. One may argue that was correct, since public health is prerogative of states and municipalities, but, in practice, that made the federal government like the “Queen of England” whose only duty was to print money. Nonetheless, Bolsonaro made his opinion heard loud and clear, that, based on the Brazilian reality, where most of the population eat based on the money they make every day, the best approach would be a vertical lockdown of those in higher-risk groups (the elderly and those with health conditions); otherwise, the social consequences of the lockdown would be huge.
Some states, particularly those governed by the socialist Labour Party (PT) and the state of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, whose governors are pre-candidates for the 2022 presidential election, opted to force a full lockdown upon the population, calling it “social distancing.” Here comes the newspeak: everything was closed, and everyone told to stay at home, but it was not a lockdown. God knows what a lockdown would mean to them. At the same time, they began to bombard Bolsonaro with all sort of accusations, such as that he was anti-science, and the mainstream Brazilian media (that includes the newly created CNN-Brazil) blamed Bolsonaro for everything, even though his power had been removed by the Supreme Court.
Probably, the most outrageous of all was the way state and municipal police forces began to treat citizens who allegedly “disrespected social distancing” even if they were alone in an empty space. The brutality of a police-state became visible in videos that flooded social media (but not mainstream media) where working men, the elderly and women, even in bikinis, were brutally handcuffed and arrested. Meanwhile, governors are releasing criminals from jail, even drug-trafficking leaders and unrepentant rapists.
During this time of crisis, Justice Minister Moro resigned, claiming Bolsonaro was trying to interfere with the work of the Federal Police, even attempting to change some of its directors. Vague as this accusation was, as it is a constitutional prerogative of the president to appoint people to senior positions, the Establishment began to ask for Bolsonaro’s impeachment. Moro claimed that the content discussed during the last ministerial meeting would prove that. the Supreme Court opened an investigation based on Moro’s accusation, and requested the tape of the meeting.
Normally, Ministerial meetings are recorded, portions of them are kept, and the tape is destroyed. But in this case, Bolsonaro ordered the tape not to be destroyed, and handed the tape, unchanged, to the Supreme Court for analysis. To the surprise of many, one of the Supreme Court judges made the tape public last Thursday, just erasing the mention to one country, obviously China. This unprecedented action was an attempt to hurt Bolsonaro. It backfired.
The tape not only vindicated Bolsonaro against Moro’s accusations, but it was very good for Bolsonaro, as it showed him defending the positions that led to his election. It showed that Bolsonaro is the same person in public and in private. Indeed, character is what you do when no one is looking.
In the tape he complains to his ministers that he wants them to defend his positions: family, God, Brazil, guns, freedom of speech and the free market. And if any minister is not happy with that, they can leave the government.
Well, that is what Moro did a few days later, trying to create a crisis. He failed.
This tape is so powerful and so positive for Bolsonaro, that left-wing parties now are asking for its distribution to be censored.
José Atento is a Brazilian blogger. He can be reached at infielatento.org.
There is a related article in the works which will be posted when ready.
Meanwhile, why can’t Canada, and for that matter, all democracies not elect someone who cares about the rights of the individual, and the limits to government the way Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro does?
Listening to this man is like listening to Thomas Jefferson if he had spent a few years in the Navy.
I am having this translation checked. But if it is accurate, I think from now on, Brazilian leader, Jair Bolsonaro, should be called:
The Salty Thomas Jefferson!
"Character is what you do when no one is looking."
Jair Bolsonaro goes off about Governors and Mayors having citizens arrested and says the obvious: A well armed people can't be enslaved by tyrants.
— Rafael Glau (de??) (@RafsGlau) May 23, 2020
Above is a portrait of a man who loves and trusts his people. That despite the fact that a socialist stabbed him when he was campaigning for the job and nearly killed him and did damage his health for life.
Compare that to one Justin Trudeau that never actually accomplished anything at all during his life, and even the fake jobs he had was due to his lineage and connections, and how he approaches the rights and freedoms of the Canadian people.
Isn’t it funny how often rich leftist elites are behind so much of the things that they sanctimoniously yell down from their thrones at the rest of us, that we have to change or fix.
Thank you Jose Atento for this translation from Brazilian news.
Original Translation by José Atento
The French president stated that group will send 20 million euros to combat fires. ‘Perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforest Europe,’ replied the minister.
by Gerson Camarotti and Mateus Rodrigues
August 26, 2019
The Minister of the House, Onyx Lorenzoni, told the blog that the government will reject the aid of the G7 to combat the fires in the Amazon, which was announced on Monday (August 26) by French President Emmanuel Macron. The office of the Planalto Palace confirmed the information given by Onyx.
The aid was announced in France after Macron attended a G7 meeting. According to him, the group decided to allocate €20 million to combat the fire [later, the French government corrected itself and reported that it was $20 million].
The French President and President Jair Bolsonaro have been publicly criticizing each other since last week.
“Thanks, but perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforesting Europe. Can Macron not even prevent a predictable fire in a church that is a World Heritage Site, yet wants to teach something to our country? He has a lot to look after at home and in the French colonies,” Onyx told the blog.
“Brazil is a democratic, free nation, and has never engaged in colonialist and imperialist practices, as is perhaps the objective of the French Macron. Incidentally, coincidentally, with high domestic rejection rates,” added the minister of the Civil House.
Onyx Lorenzoni also said to the blog that Brazil can teach “any nation” how to protect native forests. “By the way, there is no country that has a larger native coverage than ours,” he added.
MRE speaks of ‘redundant initiatives’
By means of a note, the Ministry of Foreign Relations (MRE) reported that despite the “supposed launch of new initiatives related to the Amazon” to reforest the region, there are already instruments provided for this type of measure.
According to the note, the actions are foreseen in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and already include, for example, the payment by developed countries like France of US $30 billion for the reduction in Brazil of greenhouse gas emissions.
“France — and other countries that may support its ideas — are expected to engage seriously in these discussions within the UNFCCC, rather than launching redundant initiatives, with amounts well below their international commitments, and with ambiguous innuendo about the principle of national sovereignty,” states the MRE.
Salles said help is ‘welcome’
Earlier on Monday, Environment Minister Ricardo Salles even said that the aid announced by the G7 was “welcome”.
Also on Monday, Bolsonaro did not say whether or not the support would be accepted, but questioned the announcement made by Macron. “Does anyone help anyone — except a poor person, right? — without return? […] What have they wanted there for so long?”
On the 15th, when Norway decided to suspend the transfer of money to the Amazon Fund, President Bolsonaro suggested that the country transfer the money to Germany.
“Norway is not the one that kills whales up there at the North Pole, is it? It also exploits oil there? It has nothing to set an example for us. Take the money and help Angela Merkel reforest Germany,” Bolsonaro said on this occasion.
Brazilian President Bolsonaro on December 18th explaining his views on the UN Migration Pact, or as it should be known, the destruction of the Nation-State suicide pact, and how this kind of immigration has impacted France.
Yesterday’s video on the official announcement of Brazil quitting the pact. President Bolsonaro really does travel at three times the speed of Trump!
Faster than the speed of Trump, Bolsonaro is making things right in Brazil.
BBC News: In a statement to diplomats, Bolsonaro government confirms exit of UN migration pact
In a telegram sent to missions abroad, Itamaraty [the Foreign Ministry] says that the country will not participate in the agreement signed in December and that it establishes guidelines for the reception of immigrants; for NGOs, the decision is ‘extremely regrettable’ and does not take into account the situation of Brazilians living abroad.
In a telegram issued on Tuesday (January 8), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked Brazilian diplomats to inform the United Nations that Brazil had left the Global Compact for Migration, which the country had joined in December, at the end of the Michel Temer government.
BBC News Brazil gained access to the document in which the Ministry requests the missions of Brazil at the UN and in Geneva to “inform, by note, respectively, the Secretary General of the United Nations and the Director General of the International Migration Organization, in addition to any other interlocutors considered relevant, that Brazil dissociates itself from the Global Compact for Safe, Ordained and Regular Migration.”
The document also says that Brazil should not “participate in any activity related to the pact or its implementation”.
Although requested, Itamaraty did not confirm the information until the publication of this report. However, diplomats told BBC News Brazil on condition of anonymity that the telegram is circulating within the Ministry system and reached the addressees.
In recent weeks President Jair Bolsonaro and Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo had already announced on Twitter that the country would leave the pact. Araújo called it an “inadequate instrument to deal with the (migratory) problem,” arguing that “immigration should not be treated as a global issue, but rather according to the reality and sovereignty of each country.”
Human rights for migrants
Under negotiation since 2017, the pact established guidelines for the reception of immigrants. Among the points defined are the notion that countries should provide a coordinated response to migratory flows, that human rights guarantees should not be tied to nationalities, and that restrictions on immigration should be adopted as a last resort.
The document was channeled by about two-thirds of the 193 UN member states. Some powerful nations — in particular the USA, Italy, Australia and Israel, among others — opted out, evaluating that the pact violated state sovereignty.
Former Chancellor Aloysio Nunes Ferreira [of the Communist Party of Brazil — PCdoB], who represented Brazil in the negotiations, had already criticized the idea of ??abandoning the pact.
“The (migratory) question is rather a global issue: all regions of the world are affected by migratory flows, now as source, now as a transit place, now as a destination; hence the need for global responses,” he wrote on Twitter.
Aloysio also said that the pact does not “authorize indiscriminate migration” and “seeks only to serve as a reference for the ordering of migratory flows, without the slightest interference with the sovereign definition by each country of its migration policy.”
Conservative movements sympathetic to Bolsonaro’s candidacy were critical of the agreement.
In Brussels, a protest against the pact convened by far-right groups in December gathered around 5,000 people and ended in clashes between protesters and security forces.
Brazilian migrants abroad
For Camila Asano, coordinator of Foreign Policy of the NGO Conectas [funded by the Open Society Foundation], the abandonment of the agreement by Brazil is “extremely regrettable”.
“It shows that the government is not looking at all the people who need protection,” she said, noting that there are more Brazilian migrants living abroad than foreigners in Brazil.
According to Asano, in leaving the agreement, the Brazilian government does not consider the “many Brazilians who live in other countries and suffer from the denial of basic rights.”
She says the pact expresses a “very minimal, but still very valuable, consensus on what would be good practices for hosting flows.”
“Brazil is undermining one of its main international credentials: being a country made up of migrants and a migration policy seen as a reference, which has been giving Brazil a strong voice in international discussions on the issue,” she lamented.
Thank you Jose Atento