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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Amid Federal Land Grab in Brazil, Whole Towns Evicted at Gunpoint


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Federal Brazilian police and military personnel, some wearing United Nations insignia, are forcibly relocating whole communities in Brazil at gunpoint under the guise of returning huge tracts of land to a small group of Indians whose ancestors were allegedly there at some point. Thousands of local residents who have lived in the area for decades or were even born there, however, are fighting back, with critics saying the government’s actions smack of Stalinism and may constitute crimes against humanity.



Since the latest controversial operation began in November in the state of Mato Grosso, according to authorities and news reports, citizens opposed to being stripped of their property and homes have been doing everything in their power to stop the assault — setting up road blocks, battling heavily armed federal forces with stones, sticks, and Molotov cocktails, torching government trucks, protesting, and refusing to leave. Others cried as they tore down their own simple houses under armed guard.
Reporters on the scene and even federal lawmakers suspect bloodshed may be near. The government, however, has vowed to expel the communities at any cost, threatening those who refuse to comply with criminal charges and even confiscation of what little remains of their personal property. Rubber bullets, tear gas, and threats of real bullets and prosecution have all been employed to forcibly remove the locals, whom the government continues to dehumanize as “invaders” and “intruders.”
Critics and local residents have accused the government of Brazil of mass corruption, saying the end goal is to smash private property ownership and all potential resistance — starting with the rural population. They argue, among other points, that federal authorities are doing the bidding of foreign interests and are in cahoots with the UN, massive international corporations, Western-based non-governmental organizations like Greenpeace, and other interests.
“This is just one more case among many. The policy of Brazil’s leftist government is to dismantle the country to deliver it all to ‘native reserves,’ which are nothing more than instruments of billionaire foreign Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs),” explained renowned Brazilian writer and philosopher Professor Olavo de Carvalho, who has played a key role in exposing the well-orchestrated socialist takeover of Latin America.



An 8-year-old boy, also crying, read a letter to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, a “former” self-styled communist terrorist during the military regime, begging her not to let the police knock down his family’s house. Rousseff and her administration, however, appear unmoved, with the powerful Brazilian regime marching onward regardless of the human tragedy left in its wake.
“The federal government is sticking to the judicial decision with firmness and serenity,” Chief Minister Gilberto Carvalho with the General Secretariat of the President said in a press release. “Violent and illegal actions will not be tolerated and adequate measures are already being taken.”
Locals, however, are still petitioning the government to stop the barbaric relocation, which they say will shatter thousands of lives. Protesters have been tearing down and burning Brazilian flags while local, state, and even federal political leaders have expressed outrage about the brutal relocation. Congressman Valtenir Pereira, for instance, warned a top executive branch official about the increasing risk of bloodshed as the battle rages on. He also said that the forced relocation of families risked damaging Brazil's image and reputation in front of the international community.


Sunday, 13 January 2013 17:03 Commentposted by Todd:
Leonardo, Like I said, I sympathize. Whoever, or wherever - nobody has to, needs to, or deserves to be tortured to death - especially children. Its an abomination in the highest order. No excuse is sufficient to condone it. If this is what is happening there, then may God grant them the strength and wisdom to know what to do. The farmers will have to decide if their land is worth the cost of a rebellion, or if its better to just walk away from it. I wish them well and would help them either way, if I could.

It is a shame that the news here has not reported on it. That’s the other problem the farmers face. The mainstream news here is silently, but completely controlled by some entity, a sort of shadow govt, I think. I cant put my finger on it, but I know its there. I think it’s a socialist/communist elite. They want to convince people here that socialism is good, so they wont report when it goes bad (my simplistic theory, anyways). This story should be among the headlines, but the closest I found on comcast is this:

http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/news-world-latinamerica/20130112/LT.Brazil.Indigenous.Evictions/

I had to dig for it, and its not even the same story. A search of the AP yielded nothing also. News here is candy-coated, politically correct garbage. Junk news designed to dilute the system with useless trivia so as to push out what needs to be told. It shames me to have to say, that the average US citizen is ill-informed as to the true nature of the world, but its also not entirely their own fault. Its all they’re given to read on the front of their favorite homepage. Here’s today’s load of headliners (comcast):

- Baywatch cast, then and now
- Watch the Bullwinkle show online !
- NFL playoffs, also: Gear up for superbowl
- Celebs banned from foreign countries
- Worst award show host of all time
- New games and trivia
- Weeks weirdest videos

And the list goes on, and on. The most significant story I saw there was, “10 costliest medical conditions”. And most people will never dig any deeper, after becoming amused by such vacuous nuggets. That the news here has traded stories like yours, South Africa’s farmers and many other atrocities for worthless junk like the above, is truly a disgrace to all of US.

But, that’s what you’re up against. Good luck to you.
(Sorry for being so long-winded)

A comment in a forum:
¿Quiénes están detrás del acaparamiento de tierras?*
Published: 14 Jan 2013
Posted in:  GRAIN 
* "Who are behind the land grabs?"
El asunto es que un pequeño número de personas están apoderándose, cada vez más, de las tierras agrícolas del mundo y del agua asociada a ellas, dejando poco o nada a los demás. En la medida que el mundo se hunde cada vez más en una crisis alimentaria, estos nuevos terratenientes serán quienes tendrán el dominio sobre quiénes comen y quiénes no y sobre quiénes se beneficien y quiénes perezcan en el sistema alimentario.
Para descorrer el velo que oculta a los acaparadores de tierra, GRAIN ha reunido una presentación con diapositivas donde contamos un poco quiénes son aquéllos que más activamente buscan acaparar tierras o apoyan que esto ocurra.
[Leer artículo completo] — [Bajar versíon PDF]






And here's another  viewpoint (NWO, UN,"Green"??) etc. from another forum: 


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"As a historic native and indigenous people, we simply decided in being collectively killed here. We have no choice, this is our last unanimous decision before the dispatch of the Federal Court of Navaraí, MS, Brazil".

Extract from a letter of the Community Guarani-Kaiowá of Pyelito Kue/Mbarakay in relation to their eviction from their ancestor's land so that sugar cane and biofuel multinational corporations may grab and use for bussiness extensive portions of land all over Brazil  http://forum.fok.nl/topic/1882766/10/25?allowcookies

https://docs.google.com/d(...)D-Y_lsxmM/edit?pli=1

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Winst boven mensen :r In 2012 indianen van hun eigen land verjagen waar hun voorouders en weer hun voorouders hebben geleeft en dat nog wel met behulp van de rechter :')

Laten we de laatste vrije mensen op aarde uitroeien :r
Re-examine all you have been told and dismiss what insults your soul ******* Confidence has no problem standing alone , it is the broken self , The ego and the insecure that require the agreement of others *******


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