The authoritarian Lula regime continues to hold 1398 political prisoners in Brazil, who are denied basic amenities such as pillows, blankets and sanitary products. Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, founder of the Communist São Paulo Forum, once praised Fidel Castro, Che Guevara and Adolf Hitler as his role models. Former President Jair Bolsonaro has said that he will not return to Brazil for now.
“Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro plans to extend his exile in the United States,” the Rio Times reported, but will remain in Orlando, where he is being treated for recurring stomach pains. Bolsonaro was stabbed in a left-wing assassination attempt while running for president in 2018. Democratic congressmen have demanded that Bolsonaro be deported to the “lulags”.
Bolsonaro’s former Justice Minister Anderson Torres has already been deported by the Biden administration and arrested in Brazil on Saturday 1/14. Torres was interrogated on Wednesday 1/18 by the Federal Police at the 4th Military Police Battalion in Brasilia, where he is being held at the behest of the corrupt Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes. Torres reportedly refused to testify.
Electoral Justice Minister Benedito Gonçalves gave Bolsonaro three days to comment on a draft decree found at Torres’ home that would have declared a state of emergency and allowed the military to take over the top electoral court.
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In a Brazilian interview Playboy magazine In 1979, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva praised Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong and Adolf Hitler as his role models. Hitler “had the courage to propose something and try to do it,” Lula said.
Talking to Argentina the country In 2002, Lula’s successor as head of the São Paulo Forum, Marco Aurelio García, said Lula would have no interest in preserving democracy once he was in power: “We have to give the feeling of being democrats first, initially; We have to agree on a few things. But it won’t last. “
In 2002, French the world The Epoch Times reported that Lula “strongly believes that every election is a farce and just a step toward taking power.”
January On the 9th, the regime arrested 1398 political prisoners for the crime of being present at a military base in Brasilia, including children, the elderly and the disabled, accused of “terrorism”. When they were taken to a federal prison, inmates were denied blankets and pillows for “security reasons” and were forcibly injected with lethal mRNA shots.
These people are not terrorists and they were never at the demonstrations on January 8, where the punishment for vandalism is never torture. @LulaOfficial E @ Alexandre Made them. This oppressive regime is inhumane. I pray day and night for these Brazilians. pic.twitter.com/pdYFstILdh
— Alan Dos Santos (@allanldsantos) January 19, 2023
Alan dos Santos reports that citizens are donating sanitary products to prisoners, which the administration is refusing.
– Censor Brasil (@censorbrasil) January 19, 2023
The Justice Ministry on Wednesday ordered the freezing of assets of 52 people and 7 companies for their involvement in financing the January 8 “coup”. The Ministry of Justice is not interested in investigating the widespread reports of infiltrators and provocateurs who carried out the violence on January 8.
The Justice Ministry wants to create a parallel justice system to punish “anti-democratic acts” and create a new Stasi security force to go after the opposition. The Lula administration wants to take steps to disqualify Bolsonaro from running in democratic elections.
In an interview with journalist Guilherme Amado, an anonymous capital security official alleged that the presidential palace was “abandoned” by the security forces on January 8: “There was no order, no orders, it looks like they completely abandoned the palace,” the source said. Failed to protect headquarters.”
🇧🇷‼️ “No one remembers that in 2017 Lula’s followers attacked and burned down three ministries in Brasilia. Mr. Lula founded Latin America’s greatest communist drug network, the Sao Paulo Forum.”
— VOX Europa (@VOX_Europa_) January 19, 2023
Speaking in the European Parliament, Herman Tertsch of the Spanish VOX party said, “No one remembers that in 2017 Lula’s followers attacked and burned down three ministries in Brasilia. Mr. Lula founded the largest communist drug network in Latin America, the Sao Paulo Forum.
The Group of European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR), to which VOX belongs, presented a resolution on the protests in Brazil, asking the European Parliament to condemn the detention of 1,500 citizens since January 8. The resolution condemns violent acts as “strong norms”, recalls that violence is never justified and calls for an “immediate end to the undermining of democracy in Brazil by all parties”.
The ECR presented the resolution as an alternative to a draft by the left, which renewed condemnations and accusations against “extreme-right”, “fascism”, “racism”, “hate” and “extremist” international conspiracies. The right to undermine world democracy.
In their proposal, left and far-left groups show their “solidarity” with Brazil’s new communist president, who is accused of corruption and election fraud and accused Donald Trump and former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro of being behind the violence. . Additionally, he laments the insufficient censorship on social media platforms that “does not moderate or limit the spread of anti-democratic propaganda, fascism and domestic extremism”.
In contrast, the right-wing ECR group recalled left-wing violence in Brazil, such as the stabbing of Bolsonaro when he was a presidential candidate in 2018 or the riots by Lula’s supporters against the government of Michel Temer in 2017.
In several Latin American countries, “especially in Venezuela, Nicaragua or Bolivia, electoral fraud has been used as a tool for the creation of non-democratic regimes related to the Cuban communist dictatorship” and guerrillas and organized terrorist and criminal groups continue to grow at the same time. The heat of the continent’s leftist forces.
VOX MEP Hermann Tertsch asked the European Parliament on Thursday to reject the left-wing resolution, “which is biased and unfair and ignores the real, aggressive and serious threats against democracy in Latin America”, he recalls, “the left and its alliance with organized crime and drug cartels. To all MEPs In an e-mail, Tertsch emphasized that “we all condemn the violence of January 8, but no one remembers that on May 24, 2017, Lula’s followers attacked and set fire to three federal government ministries.”
VOX MEP recalls that Lula da Silva and Fidel Castro created the São Paulo Forum in 1991 “to create a new communist internationalism after the fall of the Soviet Empire”. “Portraying Lula as a hero of democracy is a mistake and an insult to the millions of South and Central Americans who now live in poverty and fear in Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua or Cuba,” he stressed. And he recalls that “the forces of the Sao Paulo Forum use repression and terror when in power and brutal violence when they try to get it, as happened in Chile, Bolivia and Colombia.”
The European Parliament passed the left-wing proposal by 319 votes in favor, 46 against and 74 abstentions, expressing “solidarity” with Communist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and blaming Jair Bolsonaro for the attack. In a resolution, MPs condemned “in the strongest terms” the “criminal acts” of the former president’s supporters and called for the recognition of Lula’s stolen election.