Brazil Election Pits Illuminati East vs. Illuminati West
October 19, 2014
Brazil is experiencing a turf war between the two globalist groups, the Western Illuminati with Neves, and the Russian/Chinese group with the WP, much like what is happening in Ukraine, Syria and West Africa.
"For the common Brazilian citizen, there is no doubt that Neves is the better alternative. It is the choice to slowly die of poison versus dying in the fire that was set in the house by Rousseff's Worker's Party."
Brazil should be studied closely by conspiracy researchers and political analysts. It is not often that we see Illuminati social engineering strategies being applied with so much success, as now during the 2014 presidential campaign. Full of sudden changes and even a plane crash, this election feels more like a thriller movie than a boring political dispute. Three candidates had real chances of winning: Marina Silva, Dilma Rousseff and Aécio Neves. After the first round of votes on October 5th, the fight is now between Neves and Dilma, to be decided on October 26th. Polls show a technical draw.
MARINA SILVA, THE ECONAZI WILDCARD
Marina was the vice-president candidate for the Socialist party. When presidential candidate Eduardo Campos died in a plane crash August 13, she was catapulted to the top of the polls. This woman is an ecology militant, a darling of Prince Philip, Greenpeace, WWF and the UN. She used to be the Minister of Ecology for the Worker's Party, when she launched the UN's Agenda 21 plan in Brazil.
After weak performances in the presidential debates and a perception that she is still a Workers Party zealot at the core, she lost second place to Neves, who performed a last minute comeback seldom seen. After much resistance, de Silva finally threw her support to Neves.
In the end, Marina's role was only to push Neves' agenda to the left, by "forcing" him to subscribe to many proposals coming straight from UN's Agenda 21.
DILMA AND THE WORKERS PARTY (WP)
Dilma Rouseff's Workers Party (WP) is basically a criminal foreign organization, loyal to the Cuban-style radical kind of Marxism that has swept up Latin America through the Forum of Sao Paulo group, with the objective of creating a continent-wide Marxist Federation under the influence of the Russian/Chinese block and directed by the Cuban secret service.
During her mandate, President Dilma Rousseff destroyed the Brazilian economy sending health and education to the bottom of every international ranking. Citizens here have witnessed a huge government scandal every week for the last four years, topped by the ransacking of the largest Brazilian company, Petrobras.
Tens of billions of dollars were stolen through a 3% kickback on every purchase made. Part of the money ended in the pockets of politicians, and part was reserved for the Party election campaign funds.
(Left, The President as young Marxist terrorist)
Banks and billionaires received all kinds of benefits during Dilma's tenure, in spite of her image of a "champion of the poor". People are fed up with her.
The only people voting for Dilma are the illiterate people in the most miserable states, because the Party has spread the lie that Neves will end their food stamps and dole programs. He won't. Instead, he wants to turn the programs into law.
AECIO NEVES, THE FABIAN SOCIALIST
Neves, scion of a rich family of politicians, is a modern Fabian socialist who promises to end the corruption and modernize the government. Good looking and intelligent, he has a successful record as the governor of Minas Gerais, an important state in Brazil. Unfortunately, he seems to be Lord Rothschild's chosen candidate and has already chosen Armínio Fraga, a former über-globalist George Soros' associate, to be the country's next Minister of Finance.
It is interesting to notice that the WP often attacks Fraga for his economics free-market approach, but never touches the main issue of his having been a partner of Soros! Also, it has been disclosed that the WP itself actively sought the help of Fraga in 2002 in the government. There is no disagreement between the candidates regarding globalism or the new world order.
(left, Fraga, seen here with George Soros )
Fraga, a brilliant Princeton PhD, sold his investment fund to J P Morgan in 2010 for $550m, so he claims he is rich enough and only wants to help Brazil. That would be great if it were true: an Illuminati insider suddenly turned selfless and patriotic, but this would be the most impressive conversion since the Apostle Paul's in the road to Damascus.
Fraga is also a member of the globalist think tank "The Group of Thirty", which was founded in 1978 by Geoffrey Bell at the initiative of the Rockefeller Foundation, which also provided initial funding for the body.
There are no genuine conservative political alternatives left in this world. After the successful application of Antonio Gramsci's Cultural Marxism in the western world, we are left only with the choice of revolutionary marxism or Fabian socialism. Both sing to the tune of global governance, interventionism and end of individual freedom.
In Brazil, the radical Cuba-style Marxists have already paved the way for Fabian socialism, by destroying family values, the work ethic, the concept of individual responsibility and merit. The "government as a father" ideology of the Piven-Clowen strategy is in place and almost all Brazilians under the age of 40 think like Marxists to some degree. Their work is done.
What we see in Brazil is a turf war between the two globalist groups, the Western Illuminati with Neves, and the Russian/Chinese group with the WP, much like what is happening in Ukraine, Syria and West Africa. Like Mafia bosses, they divide their territories among themselves, but skirmishes are likely to happen at the borders. The real threat is that the WP will steal the election by fraud with the electronic voting machines, as in Venezuela. They already said they would "do the devil's work" in order not to see their South America Marxist federation plan be spoiled.
For the common Brazilian citizen, there is no doubt that Neves is the better alternative. It is the choice to slowly die of poison versus dying in the fire that was set in the house by the WP.
Neves at least is against censorship and the Bolivarian dictatorship such as the ones in Bolivia, where Evo Morales was illegally elected for a third term, dedicating his victory to Chavez and Fidel Castro, or Venezuela, where 60K Cubans run the country by proxy. Give us London instead of Havana, please.
It is hard not to be cynical when dealing with Brazil, a land that has always been a colony and probably always be. However, when we face the alternative of being more like Australia or Canada, instead of Cuba or hellhole Venezuela. The choice is obvious.
First Comment by Henrique:
Yes, Dilma and her party have the analphabet northeast as a stronghold, but it`s interesting to note that she won even in Neves`s own turf http://eleicoes.uol.com.br/2014/raio-x/1-turno/presidente#resultado-indicadores-socioeconomicos/candidato-1 and also did well in the Germanic, "civilized" extreme south ( bordering Uruguay and Argentina ). Did you know, by the way, that party-alliances are now FORCED by law to enroll 30% female candidates ? And the the Superior Electoral Court even financed ( with taxpayer cash ) TV ads inviting people to vote for women ? Quite bizarre, and an unacceptable intrusion on people's subjectivity. But again, this is Brazil.
In PetroBras there are people of both sides involved in the game, and it's widely known that the largest state-owned company ( possibly of Latin America ) is a hotbed of corruption and always was, used by everyone in power. All the Neves camp did was try and capitalize as much as possible in the latest scandal. During Neves party's last mandate in the presidency, the orgy of privatizations was probably the most grotesque ever seen, profitable companies funded by the people for decades practically given to foreign interests.
I don't think that from a broken people, unsure of it's own identity due to centuries of slavery, misery and miscegenation, kept in ignorance and dependance ( the Portuguese wouldn't even allow industry in the colony, as well as high education, first university was built in the 20th century ) much could ever be expected in terms of "work ethic and individual responsibility", but the left sure augmented the hopelessness. The country was primed for this since it's beginning.
About Marina, the "crash" ( and how a law was passed that forbids plane accidents to be publicly investigated days afterwards ) check the the words of " AdamNeira " in some related comment sections, including this: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/oct/02/dilma-rousseff-win-brazil-presidential-election ( an obvious esoterist, saying interesting stuff on the net ).
Between the playboy Neves ( slow death ) and the lesbian butch Roussef ( fast death ) , I would vote for Roussef, just to see the circus on fire at once; I don't have much patience for this country.
Long live Gabrovo's daughter!