Brazil’s Bolsonaro Beats Macron (And the Globalist Media)

Below is a follow-up by José Atento of Lei Islâmica em Ação to our earlier report on the Amazon fires and the interference by the G7.

Brazil’s Bolsonaro beats Macron (and the globalist media)

by José Atento

You probably have heard the fires in the Amazon region described as a great tragedy that is only occurring because of the “deplorable” government of Brazil, under President Jair Bolsonaro, and how the forest is doomed, and the planet’s oxygen is about to run out, global warming will peak to unprecedented levels, etc.

In reality, what happened was a large operation orchestrated by the globalist media with three objectives:

1.   Destabilize the Bolsonaro government and destroy the recently-signed commercial agreement between the European Union and Mercosul.

Why was Macron so adamant against Brazil, even asking for a boycott and the cancellation of this agreement? Because Macron is afraid of the power of Brazilian agro-business and how it will affect his already precarious situation with the French public, particularly, with its rural population.

The problem is that it becomes very difficult to use lies in the age of Internet. Macron used false data and old pictures, which have been readily debunked.

2.   Create a situation that supports the call for international intervention, beginning with the Amazon Synod currently being organized by Pope Francis.

One cannot dismiss the influence that the Catholic Church still has, particularly in a majority Catholic country like Brazil. And we know Pope Francis is more interested in the environment than in Christians who are being slaughtered by Islam, Communism and narco-trafficking. Such intervention would be consolidated by the more than one thousand international NGOs that have operated in the Amazon for a long time, with the support of the former Brazilian socialist government, and have received international donations from the Amazon Fund.

3.   Based on this “environmental catastrophe”, put a portion of Brazilian territory under international rule. This would be accomplished by the creation of the Triple-A Corridor, connecting the Andes, the Amazon and the Atlantic, governed by indigenous nations under the control of international NGOs and big global financiers. All natural resources (including 90% of the world’s niobium reserves) would be under international control. (Who said the Globalist-Left alliance is against colonialism and imperialism?)
 

The lies were magnified to the maximum and barely dismissed afterwards. For example, the lie that the city of São Paulo was darkened by smoke from the Amazon. The media directly blamed Bolsonaro for the fires in the Amazon, hiding the fact that this is seasonal, and this year has been far from the worst.

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Mexican Racists Thwart the Will of African Migrants

Angry African migrants have gathered at the border crossing from Guatemala to Tapachula in southern Mexico. These culture-enrichers have been battling with the police and demanding free passage through Mexico to El Norte, which they consider their rightful future abode. Anyone who hinders them in their journey is of necessity a WAYCIST.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this TV news report, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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The Bolsonaro Government Flips the Bird at Emmanuel Macron

Because the Brazilian people elected a populist president rather than a leftist or a globalist, the international community has decided to raise the alarm about fires in the vicinity of the Amazon rainforest, even though the fires are well within the normal range for the season. Fiercer and more extensive fires are currently burning in the African tropics, but the countries involved have not sinned against the New World Order, so there is no alarmed campaign about them in the media.

At the recent G7 meeting in France, President Emmanuel “Toy Boy” Macron led the way in proposing an aid package to manipulate help Brazil during the wildfire “crisis”. In response, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his ministers were forthright in directing their tongue-lashings towards Mr. Macron and other members of the G7.

Many thanks to José Atento of Lei Islâmica em Ação for translating this post from the blog at Globo.com:

Onyx says government will reject G7 financial aid announced by Macron

The French president stated that group will send 20 million euros to combat fires. ‘Perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforest Europe,’ replied the minister.

by Gerson Camarotti and Mateus Rodrigues
August 26, 2019

The Minister of the House, Onyx Lorenzoni, told the blog that the government will reject the aid of the G7 to combat the fires in the Amazon, which was announced on Monday (August 26) by French President Emmanuel Macron. The office of the Planalto Palace confirmed the information given by Onyx.

The aid was announced in France after Macron attended a G7 meeting. According to him, the group decided to allocate €20 million to combat the fire [later, the French government corrected itself and reported that it was $20 million].

The French President and President Jair Bolsonaro have been publicly criticizing each other since last week.

“Thanks, but perhaps these resources are more relevant to reforesting Europe. Can Macron not even prevent a predictable fire in a church that is a World Heritage Site, yet wants to teach something to our country? He has a lot to look after at home and in the French colonies,” Onyx told the blog.

“Brazil is a democratic, free nation, and has never engaged in colonialist and imperialist practices, as is perhaps the objective of the French Macron. Incidentally, coincidentally, with high domestic rejection rates,” added the minister of the Civil House.

Onyx Lorenzoni also said to the blog that Brazil can teach “any nation” how to protect native forests. “By the way, there is no country that has a larger native coverage than ours,” he added.

MRE speaks of ‘redundant initiatives’

By means of a note, the Ministry of Foreign Relations (MRE) reported that despite the “supposed launch of new initiatives related to the Amazon” to reforest the region, there are already instruments provided for this type of measure.

According to the note, the actions are foreseen in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and already include, for example, the payment by developed countries like France of US $30 billion for the reduction in Brazil of greenhouse gas emissions.

“France — and other countries that may support its ideas — are expected to engage seriously in these discussions within the UNFCCC, rather than launching redundant initiatives, with amounts well below their international commitments, and with ambiguous innuendo about the principle of national sovereignty,” states the MRE.

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Don’t Abolish ICE — Commend It

The following guest-essay by Hubert Collins deals with the crisis on our southern border, which is just as pressing as the migration crisis in Europe, even though the ethnicity of the violent “refugees” is different.

Don’t Abolish ICE — Commend It

by Hubert Collins

Over the course of the last year, the call to “abolish ICE” has been repeated by countless protestors, mediacrats, and not a few politicians. The clamoring and carrying on about the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency may well tie the call for race-based reparations as the most absurd Leftist hobbyhorse of this election cycle. Whatever one might think of America’s immigration policies, there can be no disputing the fact that ICE only targets the absolute worst of the worst. In looking over their press releases, one cannot help but wonder if any “abolish ICE” partisan has the slightest idea as to what that particular wing of the Department of Homeland Security really does.

Plenty of examples of ICE at its best can be drawn from the month of July alone. For example, on July 11th, Jorge Rodriguez-Saldana, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, crashed his car into another vehicle, killing a 7-year-old in the process. Despite not being a citizen and not having a driver’s license, local New Jersey police released him back into the general public with just a summons. They did not notify ICE about what had happened. Luckily, ICE tracked him down all the same, and on July 13th arrested him. John Tsoukaris, an ICE field office director, summarized the situation quite aptly: “Unfortunately this is another example that makes apparent the significant public safety concerns the NJ AG Directive limiting cooperation with ICE poses. Had it not been for the persistent, courageous and diligent efforts of ICE-ERO to track him down, this individual might have fled. We will continue to make public safety our highest priority despite dangerous state policies.”

What on earth would America have to gain by letting this man roam free?

On July 25th, another Mexican national, Mario Herrera, was brought to justice with the help of ICE. On that day Mr. Herrera was sentenced to five years in federal prison for his role in laundering over $100 million on behalf of the Jalisco New Generation and Sinaloa Mexican drug cartels. These are the cartels that have helped turn northern Mexico into something between a failed state and a narco state, and the drugs they push into the United States kill tens of thousands of our citizens every year. Cutting off the profit motive is absolutely key to ending this harrowing state of affairs, and ICE helps do just that.

That same day, ICE deported 18th Street Gang member Melvin Armando Cortez-Moreno back to his home country of El Salvador. It is not known when exactly Mr. Cortez-Moreno snuck into the United States, but what is known is that in his home country he was wanted for murder. The USA is better off without him, and we have one valuable federal agency to thank for deporting him.

So forget about abolishing ICE—President Trump should counter calls to do so with a promise to expand it.

ISIS in Nicaragua

The following video shows a press conference by the Nicaraguan police about the apprehension of four suspected mujahideen for the Islamic State, who were arrested attempting to cross the border with Costa Rica. Two of the suspects were Egyptians, and two were Iraqis. The case has a Mohammed Coefficient of 100%.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Gateway Pundit has a report on this incident (hat tip Reader From Chicago).

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A New Conservatism: Nationalist, Populist and Converging

Dr. Turley sums up the realignments that even the New York Times is admitting. From India to Australia to Japan, a form of “Trumpism” is coming into being. And the EU is trembling as it feels the earth moving under its old globalist certainties:

That doesn’t mean the realignments don’t hurt. Some people will be discombobulated; change is inevitable and rocky. Those who can see their loss as an opportunity will flourish. Others, like PM May in Great Britain, could be looking at the end.

With these changes, Gates of Vienna needs to update its categories. No longer is it enough to have the “EU” without naming its constituent nation-states. We will probably have to list “globalism” as a thing, even as it shrinks into something less…well, less global.

Sheep to the Slaughter

That’s what these clueless students remind me of. They attend a Catholic school in Brazil, and have been betrayed by their teachers and school administrators, whether the pedagogues and functionaries realize it or not. Not only have the Catholic authorities been gulled into allowing an imam onto the premises for an “interfaith” event, but the wily Muslim has used the occasion to lead the children in a recitation of the first chapter of the Koran, which specifically denigrates Jews and Christians.

The students haven’t a clue, but you can bet that any Muslim who watches this video grasps the full significance of the moment.

Many thanks to Ibn Al-Malek for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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On Being Snookered by Penny-ante Political Obfuscations

Hey, Jordan Peterson! Your descriptions of what young men need if they are ever to mature in our Western world are spot on. But as a political philosopher, you lack the foundation to address the ugly divisions the Left has driven into the heart of civil discourse.

Which is unfortunate for us all. You are good at stating what you don’t know, but sometimes you enter into the realms of what you don’t know that you don’t know, i.e., what you have glossed over or failed to comprehend. Yes, you want your reach to transcend politics but it can’t since the Left has inextricably bound the political into every facet of life, a merging the right rejects categorically. You say the right can be seen by its identity politics but you don’t say the left does exactly the same thing. Try saying “All Lives Matter” in public and see where it gets you.

People are anxious to pigeonhole your ideas and you want to allay their fears that you might be -gasp! – right wing. You attempt to declare your political agnosticism while refusing to bow to an overweening leftist identitarianism. When you refuse the strictures of compelled speech from the rulers of Canada, you are speaking from the right. Compelled speech is a leftist/socialist trope; it is the Right which defends freedom of speech.

By the way, how many rightwingextremists have shown up to disrupt your talks, trash your ideas, or make you feel unsafe in public? And if you think Charlottesville was reality-based, you’ve been snookered, sir. We live near there; we watched it go down. From the beginning, the whole mess was a false flag set-up.

Read Tomas Sowell, sir. Across more than fifty years, his body of work, his opera of conservative political philosophy, has been consistently correct. In his eighties now, he’s still sharp. Here’s his Amazon Page It’s a wealth of information that never stale dates.

Meanwhile, listen to Dr. Turley explain why Nazism -National Socialism- is leftist. It did not come from the Right.

Now tell us why wanting to be a nation-state with one’s own peculiar culture, language and traditions is not a good thing. Ask Les Québécois why they won’t give up and join you Anglos. Do you think they should? If not, why not? Compare and contrast.

Beware the Collective!

Below is another video showing recent events in Venezuela. FouseSquawk, who translated the clip for subtitles, sends this background information:

The video was taken in the town of San Felipe, state of Yaracuy. The governor, Julio Leon, is mentioned in the video by name. Colectivos are gangs of armed vigilantes who support the government.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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The Art of the Deal in Action!

When Nash Montana isn’t translating German videos and articles, she’s wearing her MAGA hat and doing battle on forums and on Twitter and on various other battlefields of the Intertubes. Nash likes to propagate meme pics. You may not realize it, but some of the funniest meme pics you’ve seen originated with Nash Montana. She’s the Queen of Meme.

In the following essay, Nash gives us a progress report on President Trump’s efforts to get the wall built on our border with Mexico.

The Art of the Deal in Action!

by Nash Montana

So I promised a calm analysis of Trump’s border wall deal. Here it is.

Trump’s Rose Garden announcement was a stroke of genius. I just love a plan coming together. If you like the full Trump experience, he delivered, and you got it all.

You laughed, you cried, most of all you were generally entertained. And somewhere along the way, a stroke of brilliance shone through. The plan was coming together. The pieces of the puzzle started to make sense to me.

Sure there is a lot of bull[ordure] and a lot of wasteful spending in that deal. But what do you expect? It’s a Democrat spending plan, after all. They wrote in a bunch of restrictions, so, yes yes yes, we all know. But what did you expect? And did you really think the President didn’t see this coming, too?

Trump got everything, he got absolutely everything he needed, with that deal. You’re gonna ask me now,: what do you mean? He had to sign an Executive Action, he’s gonna be sued, yada yada, courts, etc. How can you say Trump got everything he needed?

Let’s. Take. A. Step. Back. Let’s spend a little time looking at this with a clear MAGA art-of-the-deal mind.

In the grand scheme of this entire process, it’s important to look at the stage where we’re at with the border wall, and I can tell you with complete certainty we are absolutely on target.

In other words, up to this point everything that has needed to happen, has happened. I mean, look at it this way: You can’t build a house starting with the roof. You gotta build everything else before you get to the roof.

That being the case, if you had one trillion dollars in unlimited resources for building the border wall, what do you have to do and where do you start?

The first thing is, you have to take what’s already there, and make sure that it’s where it needs to be. So over the past year and a half, with the first two appropriations that the President received, he was able to take that money, and use it to modernize and fix the existing border wall.

So let’s take a look at how much border wall already is there:

There are exactly 654 miles of border wall, most of which was voted on by Creepy Chuck Schumer and Clapping Nancy Pelosi once upon a not-so-distant time.

We have 654 miles along the Mexican border that are covered with a variety of barriers, which is roughly 33% of the entire border with Mexico. And that is according to the VERY accurate fake news New York Times. So don’t blame me if I got a number wrong.

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Endgame in Venezuela?

The two videos below show brief snips of today’s events in Venezuela. They were recorded in Barquisimeto in the state of Lara, which is in the northwest of the country but not on the border.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

The first video shows the National Guard attacking protesters. The man who recorded the video wants his footage to be spread:

The second video shows a protester remonstrating with members of the National Guard:

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Pipeline to Disaster

Last Friday a gasoline pipeline in central Mexico exploded, creating a huge fireball. The official death toll keeps rising; as of this writing it is listed as 91. Dozens more people were injured.

The blast was caused by the illegal tapping of the pipeline by fuel thieves, who are known in Mexico as huachicoleros. The practice is a common one, and this is not the first such explosion, simply the deadliest.

As I read the earliest reports about the explosion, a question occurred to me: We have gasoline pipelines in the USA — why don’t things like this happen here? I’m certain there are plenty of unscrupulous down-on-their luck rural entrepreneurs who would consider pipeline-tapping as a career, but they don’t seem to take it up (or not in enough numbers to draw media attention, anyway).

Before examining this larger question, let’s consider some of the details about Friday’s explosion and the practice of pipeline theft in Mexico.

I’ve been reading a lot of articles since the story broke, but didn’t hang on to most of the URLs, so much of what I write here will be unsourced. However, this article from MSN is information-rich, and will serve as a good start for those who want to look into the incident. For further details, do an Internet search on “Tlahuelilpan pipeline explosion” — that will turn up plenty of stories.

The petroleum industry in Mexico is state-run, and the company that manages the pipelines is called PEMEX. The gasoline pipeline along which the explosion occurred runs from Tuxpan on the Gulf coast to Mexico City, making a hard left at Tlahuelilpan in Hidalgo State before continuing to the capital.

The pipeline had been tapped previously more than once at the location in Tlahuelilpan. Whenever that kind of thing happens, PEMEX rigs a patch over the breach and continues pumping. Such patches are easier to tap than an unmarred pipe, so the same spots tend to be used over and over again.

The normal practice is to make a fairly small hole so that the flow of gasoline is not excessive and can be readily utilized. However, on the afternoon before the explosion, one of the fuel thieves became impatient and jammed a piece of rebar into the hole to enlarge it, causing a veritable gusher to spout up twenty feet into the air. In videos of the festive occasion the gasoline plume looks like Old Faithful.

Hundreds of people swarmed the site, carrying large plastic containers to collect the gasoline from the ditch around the pipe. It was not the most intelligent thing to do — the air in the immediate vicinity of the geyser was a dense mass of gasoline vapor, awaiting only a tiny spark to trigger a conflagration.

Which is exactly what happened later that evening. Some reports theorize that the synthetic fabric of the clothes worn by the poor people tapping the pipe generated enough static electricity to create the necessary spark. In any case, without any warning a tremendous fireball exploded over and among the crowd.

The moment of the explosion was captured by someone who had been using an infrared-sensitive video camera to record the night’s festivities. Then, in full living color, you can watch the huge plume of smoke and orange flames rise into the night sky while subsidiary fires spread rapidly at ground level. There appear to be little fireballs rushing away from the center of the blast, but when you look closely, you’ll find that they’re people running away from the explosion. Their clothes, arms, legs, and torsos are engulfed in flame. You can also see people try to extinguish some of the human torches that have collapsed onto the ground. (No, I’m not going to embed the video here; it’s too graphic. But you can find it easily with a YouTube search. And those videos are just the ones that YouTube didn’t pull down — imagine what the others must be like.)

The gasoline vapor was so thick before the explosion that some people passed out, overcome by the fumes. One report says a nearby soldier pulled an unconscious man out of the gasoline-filled ditch and dragged him to safety. Some of the survivors reported that they realized the danger of explosion and hurried out of the area before it was too late.

Such was the Tlahuelilpan pipeline explosion on January 18, 2019. Photos from the following morning show the scorched pipeline and nearby field, with neatly-arranged rows of bodies covered by white sheets.

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Illegal pipeline-tapping in Mexico has become a growth industry over the past decade. PEMEX’s pipes are laid shallowly, so that digging down two or three feet will expose the pipe. Local entrepreneurs make the tap, with the support of nearby residents who participate in the collection and sale of illicit gasoline.

The graph below uses data from a useful paper (PDF) published by the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University in 2017. I found the total number of taps for 2017, but the statistics for 2018 are only available through October. In the latter case I extrapolated the total for 12 months and then appended the numbers for both years to the data set to produce this graphic:

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Brazil Withdraws From the UN Migration Pact

Newly-inaugurated Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has made good on his promise to withdraw from the UN’s “Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration”.

The first of the two videos below was recorded on December 18, before Mr. Bolsonaro was inaugurated. The second is a news report that was posted yesterday.

Many thanks to Lei Islâmica em Ação for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

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The article below from O Globo (also translated by Lei Islâmica em Ação) reports on Brazil’s withdrawal from the UN migration pact:

BBC News: In a statement to diplomats, Bolsonaro government confirms exit from UN migration pact

In a telegram sent to missions abroad, Itamaraty [the Foreign Ministry] says that the country will not participate in the agreement signed in December and that it establishes guidelines for the reception of immigrants; for NGOs, the decision is ‘extremely regrettable’ and does not take into account the situation of Brazilians living abroad.

In a telegram issued on Tuesday (January 8), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked Brazilian diplomats to inform the United Nations that Brazil had left the Global Compact for Migration, which the country had joined in December, at the end of the Michel Temer government.

BBC News Brazil gained access to the document in which the Ministry requests the missions of Brazil at the UN and in Geneva to “inform, by note, respectively, the Secretary General of the United Nations and the Director General of the International Migration Organization, in addition to any other interlocutors considered relevant, that Brazil dissociates itself from the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.”

The document also says that Brazil should not “participate in any activity related to the pact or its implementation”.

Although requested, Itamaraty did not confirm the information until the publication of this report. However, diplomats told BBC News Brazil on condition of anonymity that the telegram is circulating within the Ministry system and reached the addressees.

In recent weeks President Jair Bolsonaro and Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo had already announced on Twitter that the country would leave the pact. Araújo called it an “inadequate instrument to deal with the (migratory) problem,” arguing that “immigration should not be treated as a global issue, but rather according to the reality and sovereignty of each country.”

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Jair Bolsonaro: “Guarantee the Right to Property and Self-Defense”

Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in yesterday as president of Brazil. Mr. Bolsonaro, often known as the “Tropical Trump” for his populist nationalism, has promised an end to socialism in Brazil. Among his more popular policies are a crackdown on crime and returning to citizens the right to armed self-defense.

Mr. Bolsonaro was stabbed by a would-be assassin back in September, during the first round of the presidential election. Although he was seriously wounded and unable to campaign for more than a month, he recovered and made it through the first round, later going on to win in the runoff.

Below is President Bolsonaro’s inaugural speech. Many thanks to Lei Islâmica em Ação for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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