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Brazilian Government Raises the Stakes in Terrorism Fear-mongering

PORTO ALEGRE — Let’s be clear: Brazil is in no threat of being attacked by Islamic terrorists. However, the mainstream media and the government have been orchestrating a country-wide campaign to legitimize what they say is proof that ISIS is preparing to attack the country during the Olympic games. Agents of the counterterrorism division of the Brazilian police arrested a group of ten Brazilian suspects who allegedly belong to ...Read full article...

Brazil is a Heaven for Cybercriminals

The countdown for thousands of tourists and athletes from around the world to arrive in Brazil has begun. Brazil is a week and a half away from hosting the biggest sporting event of the year: the Olympic Games in Rio. Brazil is going through one of its worst moments and it seems that there is mood for parties. There is the political crisis, state of calamity, fear of zika, ...Read full article...

Brazil gets ready for a False-flag Attack during the Olympics

Rumor has it in Brazil that there is now a group in the country whose members are ISIS followers.  PORTO ALEGRE — The Olympic Games will begin on August 5th in Rio de Janeiro. The event is being prepared with utmost rigor by the Brazilian authorities. They have left millions of Brazilians behind, denying them basic services such as healthcare, housing and food in order to organize the games ...Read full article...

Venezuela sells its gold to pay the Bills

Venezuela has gone in a few months from being one of the major oil exporters in the world, to becoming the leading seller of gold on the planet. With a virtually collapsed economy, the Latin American country has decided to sell a third of its gold reserves in the last six months in order to pay for expenses related to public spending and pay off part of its huge ...Read full article...

Brazil’s Senate Report Exonerates Dilma Rousseff

A report prepared by experts of the Brazilian Senate notes that there is no evidence that the suspended president, Dilma Rousseff, participated in the fiscal maneuvers which resulted in the opening of destituyente trial is pending against it in the Senate, said Monday official sources. According to the 223-page report prepared at the request of Rousseff’s defence, the ruling was responsible for issuing a series of decrees that altered ...Read full article...

Amazon Mercury Mining kills Men, Women and Children

More than ten indigenous groups are being threatened by a wave of mercury contamination in the Amazon. The situation jeopardizes the lives of children and pregnant women from these communities, who suffer from diseases such as acute respiratory deficiencies, among others. The death of an indigenous child brought the situation to the mainstream. The child failed to survive after being diagnosed by doctors in the Ucayali Hospital, East of ...Read full article...

Brazilian Economy in Freefall

Economists warn that the country’s economy is the worst in 25 years. According to cooked up government numbers, the unemployment rate in Brazil has now reached 10%. In reality, judging by what I see on the street and when visiting businesses, that number is more like 20-25%. In addition to high unemployment, Brazilians also have to deal with the steady increase in prices. A week’s worth of groceries that ...Read full article...

There Has Been A Coup In Brazil

In Brazil the country’s largest newspaper has published a transcript of a secret recording leaked to the newspaper. The words recorded are the plot by the rich Brazilian elite, involving both the US-corrupted Brazilian military and Supreme Court, to remove the democratically elected president of Brazil under false charges in order to stop the investigations of the corrupt elites who inhabit Brazil’s senate and bring to an end Brazil’s ...Read full article...

Did You Know That Venezuela Banned Guns for Private Citizens Only 4 Years Ago?

The cautionary tale that is the rather spectacular collapse of Venezuela continues. Were you aware that Venezuela banned guns for private citizens a mere four years ago, in 2012? Although the country was already in trouble, it seems like that was the beginning of the end. Under the reign of Hugo Chavez, the government introduced a law that banned personal purchases of firearms and ammunition in an attempt to ...Read full article...

Dilma Rousseff in her own Words

In addition to interviewing former Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, about the Mensalão, Operation Lava-Jato and the impeachment of his protegé, The Intercept’s journalist, Glenn Greenwald, also sat down with the last elected Brazilian President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, days after being suspended by the House and the Senate. As it happened with Lula, Greenwald and Dilma spoke at great length about the reasons for her impeachment and how she intends ...Read full article...

Lula in his own Words

Former Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks to Intercept journalist, Glenn Greenwald, about his views on the Mensalão, Operation Lava-Jato, the impeachment of her protegé, Dilma Rousseff and the reasons of the ongoing economic and political crises in Brazil. Lula says that the political crisis is all about framing him and Rousseff in what he calls a coup that seeks to endanger the democratic state of Brazil. ...Read full article...

Venezuela’s Fall into the Abyss

Venezuela is rapidly collapsing and although Washington has a lot to do with such collapse, it would be a big mistake to blame the country’s fall only on foreign intervention. The opposition majority in the Venezuela Parliament rejected the state of emergency declared by the president, which could raise tension at a time when the shortage of basic food and services becomes even more difficult. Venezuelan opposition alliance Democratic ...Read full article...

Maduro to unleash full Police State in Venezuela

The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, announced its decision to begin military exercises to prepare for “any scenario”, after reporting about alleged plans for a planned intervention from abroad. “On Saturday I called for national military exercises of the armed forces, the people, and the militias, to prepare against any scenario, because this land is sacred and we must defend it,” said the head of state at a meeting ...Read full article...

Brazil is not a Democracy. It’s a soft Tyranny

PORTO ALEGRE – Columnists and journalists who live outside Brazil and talk about the country as if they lived here have no idea about what this place is like. Here, the Attorney General, Eduardo Cardozo, justifies Dilma Rousseff’s illegal actions, for which she is being prosecuted, with the excuse that other governments have done the same. He implies that her behaviour is tolerable because other politicians did the same ...Read full article...

Dilma Rousseff removed from Presidency

Dilma Rousseff was impeached in the early hours of Thursday May 12. The voting in favor of removing Rousseff was carried out at the end of a historic session in which a large majority of the Senate voted to initiate her impeachment. Rousseff’s exit from the presidency marks the end of over 13 years of the leftist Workers Party (PT) in power in the South American giant. At the ...Read full article...
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