Sunday, June 23, 2013

REGIME CHANGE - BRAZIL


Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator has written: It's Not About 20 Cents, It's About U.S-Guided Regime Change - JUNE 22, 2013

1. The USA wants to control Brazil's oil?  "No Obama Love Affair" 


2. "To the irritation of Washington, Brazil has failed to extend support on issues such as the 2011 intervention in Libya, where Brasilia thought the Western powers were jumping the gun and abused the UN mandate to pursue regime change." 

Brazil balks at serving as junior partner to the US - by Alistair Burnett (June 13, 2013)


Brazil.

3. "Brazil has been irked by US failure to support its long-held ambition for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council."

4. "Washington, traditionally the main foreign-arms supplier to Brazil, won't overlook Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev's February visit to Brazil to sign an agreement on selling air-defence equipment with President Rousseff." 

Brazil balks at serving as junior partner to the US - by Alistair Burnett (June 13, 2013)


5. "The highest-profile disagreement between the two has been over the Brazilian attempt, along with Turkey, to break the deadlock between Iran and the West over Tehran's nuclear programme. 

"Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva went to Iran with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in May 2010 to sign a confidence-building deal with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to send Iranian-enriched uranium for reprocessing abroad, so it could not be diverted to any weapons programme. 

"The US immediately rejected the deal. 

"Then secretary of state Hillary Clinton accused Brazil and Turkey of making the world 'a more dangerous place'.


Rio. CIA'S DRUGS GANGS

"Then Foreign Minister Celso Amorim insisted the US had been kept abreast of the negotiations; when asked at an international security conference later in the year why the US had rejected the deal, he said, 'Some people just can't take 'yes' for an answer.' 

"He suggests the Americans were happy to go along with the initiative because they thought it would fail; when it succeeded, they turned on Brasilia. 

"The agreement was essentially the same as a proposed deal that Iran and the UN Security Council's permanent five powers, plus Germany, almost signed eight months before in Geneva - another reason Brazil was taken aback by the US condemnation.

"US diplomats and analysts take the view that Brazil is often unhelpful, by which they seem to mean it doesn't always support US policy. 

"For their part, the Brazilians say the US doesn't want to accept that the world has changed, and Washington can't accept that it must deal with emerging economies on an equal footing.

Brazil balks at serving as junior partner to the US - by Alistair Burnett (June 13, 2013)



6. "The countries have also had their share of trade disputes over products from orange juice to cotton, whereas the US has tried to limit access to its markets for Brazilian produce. 

"Since the 2008 crash, Brazil has accused the US of currency manipulation by using quantitative easing to devalue the dollar."

Brazil balks at serving as junior partner to the US - by Alistair Burnett (June 13, 2013)

CIA RIOTS IN BRAZIL
"CIA-MOSSAD ORGANIZA DISTÚRBIOS NO BRASIL '
'CIA-MOSSAD ORGANISES RIOTS IN BRAZIL'

7 comments:

Kal Dani said...

On a side note, its interesting is it not that the next Olympic games will be held in Brazil, what with the giant "Christ the redeemer" statue as a backdrop.

The last one was of course in London of all places and in the Mayan year at that! It was chosen by the 117th I.O.C. (international Olympic committee) the day before the 7/7 bombings.

That number ,117 of course is the number of the eclipse series that prince William was born...

http://kaldanis.blogspot.pt/2010/03/prince-williams-occulted-numbers.html

Dublinmick said...

I tend to feel this is more like it. Indian leaders are looked on almost as demons.

"There’s no Turkey Spring – as there’s no Brazilian Spring. This isn’t Tunisia and Egypt. Both Turkey and Brazil are democracies – although Prime Minister Erdogan has clearly embarked on a polarizing strategy and an authoritarian drive. What links Turkey and Brazil is that irreversible pent-up resentment against institutional politics (and corruption) may be catalyzed by a relatively minor event.

In Turkey it was the destruction of Gezi park; in Brazil the ten-cent hike in public bus fares was the proverbial straw that broke the (white) elephant’s back. In both cases the institutional response was tear gas and rubber bullets. In Turkey the popular backlash spread to a few cities. In Brazil it went nationwide.

This goes way, way beyond a cheap bus ride – although the public transport scene in Brazil’s big cities would star in Dante’s ninth circle of hell. A manual worker, a student, a maid usually spend up to four hours a day back-and-forth in appalling conditions. And these are private transport rackets controlled by a small group of businessmen embedded with local politicians, who they obviously own.

the immensely appalling public infrastructure, virtually no investment in education as teachers barely get paid $300 a month, non-stop political corruption scandals, not to mention as many homicides a year as narco-purgatory Mexico – none of this is going away by magic.

http://www.cjournal.info/2013/06/23/brazil-burning-the-story-of-an-illusion-gone-sour/

Anonymous said...

do you really have to post pics of those scantily dressed Brazilian babes?it upsets a man early on a Monday morning

Anonymous said...

There's a lot of great information and analysis at this site. However, on this one, Dublinmick has it down. Brazil and Turkey have movements that respond directly to conditions at hand. In Brazil's case, there's a lack of opportunity with a galling example of wasted money in the useless soccer games in Rio. Erdogan is simply a very bad actor and the resistance is well-aimed at his tyrannical style.

The intel agencies are always there making mischief but in these two instances, their efforts are like a toddler engaged in parallel play. They may think they're doing something but the people are way ahead of them.

It's like the protests in Iran over election fraud that grew into revulsion with midieval rule and NO jobs. Was Western intel there. Certainly but that movement was based on the reality of the situation.

Anonymous said...

Re the scantily dressed Brazilian women I think Aang is making a political point. It is a fact that government inspectors patrol the beaches enforcing mandatory g-string laws. These were enacted after complaints that it was difficult to tell if a woman had a cracking bottom if it was all disguised in cloth. Thus it's bottoms out.

In the second picture you can see that the young woman in question is checking to see that her 'Brazilian' is in order ahead of an inspection. In Brazil, the 'Brazilian' is treated with the same rigour as, say, 'Rocqefort' is with the European Protected Designation of Origin laws. If it isn't up to standard you're off the beach.

One wonders if these riots aren't a reaction to the links between the government and the immensely powerful beauty salon lobby who make a small fortune denaturing the Brazilian people's nether regions.

"Brazilians for Brazilians! Get the government out of our bikinin bottoms!"

Dublinmick said...

Dilma was not a socialist she was a communist and now she is communist for banker exploitation. Lendman seems to nail this. At least in my opinion.

"Poverty reduction is matched by the spectacular growth of millionaires (and billionaires) linked to the finance and agro-mineral export sector."

Moderate progressives "have the most egregious" environmental record. "Presidents Lula da Silva and Dilma Rouseffâ¤|.promoted the destruction of millions of acres of the Amazon rain forest and displacement of scores of Indian communities in a decade."

They operate in a climate of manipulative team owners, "deceptive politicians, taxpayer swindles, media slants, the power of big money, and most of all, a political system that serves the rich and powerful at the expense of the average fan, the average taxpayer, and the average citizen

http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/

NO-GLOBAL said...

ALL LIES!!WHY NOW?ITS ANOTHER CIA RIOT LIKE PRIMAVERA ARABE! THE TIMING OF THE PROTESTS [NEAR THE WORLD COUP]IS PERFECT FOR THE CIA!THE 'ONGSNGOS' ARE IN BRAZIL WORKING INSIDE BRAZIL A LONG TIME AGO !CLINTON INICIATIVE HAS A DEPTO CALLED 'BRAZILIAN MANAGERS'&HE WAS IN BRAZILW/SCHWARZENEGGER!CHANGE BRAZIL IS A FBPAGE CREATED BY CIA!SOCIALL MEDIAS WORK FOR CIA !THESE RIOTS ARE inside MIDDLE-CLASS NOT with POOR PEOPLE!

 
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