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Avoid Brazil During World Cup

January 29, 2014


Left. World Cup Logo- Man covering his face? 

ZZ from Poland writes: "Very dark foreboding in the graphics, namely the presumed ball in actuality IS a human head, covered with a hand. Note the probable eyeline under the hand, it is directed downwards, to the ground, as in a deep despair. This logo speaks sorrow words."

Marxist-controlled Brazil descends into chaos while lavishing gifts on its ideological brother, Cuba. 

"Since the economy is almost in recession, unemployment is rising and there are signs
 that the people will take to the streets  "en masse" to protest against corruption during
 the World Cup in June."

by Marcos

President Dilma of Brazil is in Cuba bashing the US and inaugurating a near US$ 1 BI harbor in Havana, built with Brazilian money. 

She already promised US$ 360 MI for the airport. These loans have been put under national security confidentiality, so we will never know if they will ever be repaid. Meanwhile, trucks with containers for export wait in lines at Brazilian harbors, sometimes for days, because the infrastructure in in shambles. The Workers Party doesn't mind if the country falls apart, as long as the Marxist revolution goes on elsewhere. 

On the local level, we had five crimes yesterday just around our neighbourhood. A father with his wife and kids in a car was shot and died. The wife tried desperately to drive the car to the hospital to no avail. Other people have been carjacked and robbed. These are places where we drive thru everyday.

Here in Sao Paulo state, the governor is from the opposition party, and we will have elections in November. He is also the chief of the military police (civilian policemen are only investigative, the detectives). The Left (Workers Party) has devised a plan where they will try to set the city on fire and wait until the police kill some criminal, in order to call the governor a violent fascist. They can do this because most of the press will help.

The Left does this in two ways: through their connections with a huge gang of criminals in prisons who are the leaders of the criminals in the streets (these guys send an order to create chaos) and through manipulated protesters like the "black blocks", much like the bums in Occupy Wall Street.

Last Sunday, one of these guys from the " black block" group was creating confusion at a street show and police tried to arrest him. Somehow, he threw an officer to the ground and was going to stab him when he got shot.

 Later, police found inside his backpack: two home-made bombs, box cutters, vinegar (to protect against smoke bombs), a bottle with petrol for Molotov cocktails. 

But, the amazing thing: the police was vilified by the press and called violent because they shot the guy!!! Who was stabbing an officer who was down!!! 


There is also a group of 8000 people who invaded an undeveloped property two miles from my place. These guys are organized, receive money, food and even building material from the " social movements"  (all paid by the government party). 

They follow the strategy of the Landless Terrorist Group MST which works in the rural area, now in an urban setting. They are promised a  house if they help the movement, but they have to pose as "homeless."  (Most are not, they have houses and even cars, but are idle or unemployed.) Their real job is to participate in all protests.

Last week they tried to invade the shopping mall we frequent. They also blocked the main avenue in our neighbourhood. It is a political army, ready to be deployed at the will of the Party. Of course, police can't touch them, and the owner of the undeveloped property has little hope of getting it back. 

Since the economy is almost in recession, unemployment is rising and there are signs that the people will  take to the streets  "en masse" to protest against corruption during the World Cup in June. The Marxists know this is a make it or break year for them, since Dilma will face elections in October. They will send their brown shirts to the streets and won't stop until they see blood flowing. If you are planning to come to Brazil for the World Cup, it is time to change your plans. 


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Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at