domingo, 31 de agosto de 2014

El qué, el quién, el cómo


A través del blog Tirando al Medio, de Gerardo Fernández, llegamos a una nota interesante publicada por Clarín. Pero vayamos primero al post de GF: 

“Se veía venir que la candidata Marina Silva terminaría siendo el instrumento de la derecha brasileña para enfrentar, y con verdaderas chances de triunfo, a Dilma Rousseff. Esta nota que escribe Eleonora Gosman en Clarín confirma todas las sospechas. Leemos:

"No pasó un día que las virtudes electorales de Marina empezaron a meterse dentro de un corsé. El programa oficial de la candidata, que ella misma presentó el viernes en la ciudad de San Pablo, ya sufrió las primeras grandes correcciones. El proyecto original incorporaba una visión social muy progresista, con temas como el aborto en instituciones hospitalarias públicas y el casamiento gay.

24 horas después del anuncio, ayer por la tarde, estas conquistas fueron borradas sin más trámite con una explicación bizarra: su inclusión fue “un error de redacción” explicaron los colaboradores “marinistas”.

Sin los contenidos de avanzada como la aprobación de una ley de identidad de género, de criminalización de la homofobia, y el casamiento entre homosexuales, resta solo la parte más conservadora del documento.

Se trata del capítulo económico, donde las orientaciones aceptadas por Marina son aquellas de los años 90, como las que practicaron Carlos Menem en Argentina y Fernando Collor de Mello en Brasil.

Apertura comercial, ajuste fiscal, cambio libre sin intervención estatal y empresas del Estado que probablemente serán desguazadas y parcial o totalmente privatizadas.

La eliminación de conquistas sociales como las de los homosexuales y lesbianas, produjo ayer las primeras reacciones negativas. Este sector, que representa una fuerza electoral considerable y con influencia especialmente en las clases medias, se sintió “frustrado” y “desilusionado”.

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Ya lo había anticipado Emir Sader 48 horas después del fallecimiento de Eduardo campos en esta columna publicada en Página/12. Estamos frente a una muy audaz apuesta de la derecha brasileña y una candidata dispuesta a bajar de  antemano todas sus banderas con tal de ganar las elecciones, aunque el poder estará en otro lado..."

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Vamos entonces a la nota de Sader en P/12:

Título: La nueva candidata de la derecha brasileña

Texto: La campaña presidencial brasileña estaba aburrida. El gobierno tratando de, con el comienzo del horario electoral en la TV, presentar todos sus incuestionables logros, además de contar con la presencia constante de Lula, para tratar de ganar en primera vuelta.

La oposición ya sentía haber agotado su arsenal de instrumentos para intentar por lo menos ir a la segunda vuelta, con sus dos principales candidatos, sumando votos de candidatos chicos, haciendo manipulaciones de las encuestas, encadenando denuncias cada vez más grotescas en contra del gobierno. Un clima de desánimo se instauraba en la oposición, constatando que sus candidatos no levantaban vuelo para desafiar a Dilma Rousseff.

El accidente que llevó a la muerte a Eduardo Campos, candidato que había salido de la esfera del gobierno para sumarse a la oposición, plantea nuevas alternativas a la campaña. La perspectiva inmediata es que Marina da Silva, su vice, asumiera como candidata. Con más popularidad que Campos y con la posibilidad de movilizar a una parte de los que se declaran indecisos o definidos por votos nulos o en blanco o incluso por la abstención, ella podría cambiar el rumbo de la disputa.

La derecha, desanimada con el desempeño de sus candidatos –Aécio Neves y Eduardo Campos– y con la perspectiva de un triunfo de Dilma Rousseff en primera vuelta, se excitó con la posibilidad de un cambio en el escenario. Inmediatamente los medios –asumido por una dirigente de Folha de Sao Paulo en las elecciones de 2010 como “partido de la oposición”– se pusieron en campaña para que Marina sea la candidata.

Encuestas, declaraciones de familiares de Campos, descalificación de dirigentes del Partido Socialista al que pertenecía Campos fueron puestos en marcha para promover la candidatura de Marina. La derecha quiere que ella sea su tabla de salvación. Ya no importan las objeciones que tenían de ella, sea de criterios políticos, sea de idiosincrasias personales. Como siempre se han orientado en la campaña, se impone el criterio de “todos en contra de Dilma”.

¿Cuáles son los eventuales obstáculos a una candidatura de Marina, si los medios, el “mercado”, etc., están a su favor, para por lo menos tratar de llevar la disputa hacia la segunda vuelta? Es que para el PSB no es fácil entregarle la candidatura y la herencia de Campos a ella sin garantías, dado que ella ya declaró que está de paso en el PSB, sólo porque no había logrado las firmas suficientes para registrar su partido y que enseguida después de las elecciones abandonará ese partido para seguir con la construcción del suyo. El PSB necesitaría garantías de parte de Marina, lo que podría expresarse en la opción por quién sería su candidato a vicepresidente.

Pero para Marina, conforme declaraciones de sus asesores, al contrario, es ella quien quiere pedir garantías al PSB de que tendrá la conducción real de la campaña. Esas diferencias, sumadas a la idiosincracia compleja de Marina, pueden llevar a desentendimientos e incluso a una decisión de ella de no candidatearse o, en medio de la campaña, renunciar.

Hoy por hoy, a la derecha no le importa nada no haber apoyado de entrada a Marina. Ni cómo gobernaría, con qué apoyos, etc. Basta dificultar la vida a Dilma Rousseff, llegar a la segunda vuelta. La derecha está dispuesta a abandonar a Aécio Neves y concentrar fuerzas en Marina con tal de conseguir ese objetivo.

Vendrán ahora encuestas que buscan aprovechar el clima de duelo por la muerte de Campos, para intentar inviabilizar cualquier alternativa que no sea la candidatura de Marina da Silva, buscando redistribuir los naipes del juego. En medio de esa campaña, comienza el día 19 el horario de campaña electoral en la TV, donde el gobierno dispone de mucho más tiempo que la oposición, tienen logros para mostrar y dispone del más grande elector, Lula, para consolidar su base y eventualmente ganar nuevos votantes, que podrían neutralizar los efectos de la nueva campaña de la derecha. En medio de eso, la víctima más grande puede ser Aécio Neves, ya atacado por los medios por sus debilidades, que puede dejar el segundo lugar en las encuestas para dar lugar a la polarización Dilma-Marina.

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Y ahora pasemos al cómo. Leemos en Strategic Culture esta nota de Wayne Madsen:

Título: All factors point to CIA aerially assassinating Brazilian presidential candidate

Texto: The plane crash that killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos, who was running in second place behind incumbent President Dilma Rousseff, has severely harmed Rousseff’s chances for re-election. Campos’s successor on the ticket, former Green Party leader Marina Silva, a George Soros puppet, now stands a very good chance of unseating Rousseff in an expected run-off election. Rousseff’s defeat would signal a victory for the Obama administration’s covert activities to eliminate from the scene progressive presidents throughout Latin America.

A review of post-World War II history reveals that of all the many ways intelligence services have used to eliminate political and economic threats, murder by plane crash rank in second place, just ahead of automobile accidents and poisoning, and only behind the use of firearms and munitions, as the Central Intelligence Agency’s favorite modus operandi for political assassination.

The aerial assassinations of United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, Burundian President Cyprien Ntaryamira, Portuguese Prime Minister Francisco sá Carneiro, Pakistani President Muhammad Zia Ul-Haq, prospective Indian Prime Minister Sanjay Gandhi, American United Auto Workers’ Union President Walter Reuther, former Texas Senator John Tower, and Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone all bore the markings of the involvement of one or more U.S. intelligence agencies in putting ends to political careers that threatened the underpinnings of Imperial America.

Latin America, in particular, has been plagued by plane crashes that have killed two leaders who were determined to pull away from American political influence, President Jaime Roldos Aguilera of Ecuador and President Omar Torrijos of Panama. Both leaders died in 1981, with Roldos dying just a few months before Torrijos. John Perkins, the author of «Confessions of an Economic Hitman» and a former member of the U.S. intelligence community, fingered the United States in both plane crash assassinations.

This background of U.S. involvement in aerial assassinations makes the August 13 crash of the Cessna 560XLS Citation aircraft in Santos, Brazil, which killed pro-business Brazilian Socialist Party presidential candidate Campos, his aides, and the crew, all that more suspicious, The timing of the crash, during an election campaign that had favored an easy victory for Rousseff, has raised significant questions among Brazilian investigators and the general public. 

Since its introduction in 1996, the Cessna 560XLS Citation model has enjoyed a perfect safety record. The sudden death of Campos upended the Brazilian presidential election campaign in a manner that may benefit the United States and the Central Intelligence Agency's long-range agenda for Latin America.

Disturbing questions are being raised about the ownership of the aircraft bearing the tail number PR-AFA. The plane's murky record of owners and registration, along with the lack of cockpit voice recordings thanks to an apparent malfunction in the plane's cockpit voice recorder, has a number of Brazilians wondering whether the plane was sabotaged by the United States. Rather than having the recording of the conversations of Campos's flight crew, the recorder only had the voice recordings from a previous flight.

The plane was flying en route from Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont Airport to Guaruja when it crashed in a residential area of Santos. The plane was operated by AF Andrade Enterprises and Holdings, which is based in Ribeirão Preto in Sao Paulo state, but leased from Cessna Finance Export Corporation, a division of Textron, a major U.S. defense and intelligence contractor. Cessna is a division of Textron. The malfunctioning cockpit voice recorder was manufactured by another U.S. defense and intelligence contractor, L-3 Communications. AF Andrade's business is centered on its ownership of a distillery. A spokesman for AF Andrade said the $9 million aircraft had not been recently inspected but stressed that it had a perfect maintenance record.

However, the spokesman for AF Andrade could not specifically state who owned the aircraft but admitted that it, but likely only the lease, was up for sale and had recently been purchased by a group of «factory owners and importers» from Pernambuco. Campos was a former governor of Pernambuco.

The purchasers turned out to be a consortium that included Bandeirantes Tires, Ltd. The tire company said that negotiations on transferring ownership were ongoing when the plane crashed and that Cessna Finance Export Corporation had not yet approved the final leasing rights. Brazilian observers believe the Cessna that crashed was a «ghost plane», with murky ownership in order to cover up the plane's use for covert operations involving the CIA. Similar planes with spotty ownership and registration records were used by the CIA to rendition kidnapped Muslims for interrogation and imprisonment at American «black sites» around the world.

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) sent a team to Brazil to investigate the plane crash. However, if the NTSB’s performance on such crashes as TWA 800 and American Airlines 587 is any indication, the agency only excels at cover-ups of criminal actions.

Campos was replaced on the ticket by Silva, who is a darling of the Soros-financed and directed globalization and «civil society» movement. Silva, who is a pro-Israeli adherent of the Assemblies of God Pentecostal church, is much more pro-business and pro-American than Rousseff of the left-leaning Brazilian Workers' Party. Recently, Rousseff, along with her fellow BRICS leaders from Russia, India, China, and South Africa, created a new development bank that challenges the supremacy of the U.S.-run World Bank. The creation of the bank infuriated Washington and Wall Street.

Silva, who may be enjoying more than a mere sympathy vote, recently gained in polls against Rousseff. The Brazilian president is seen by Washington as an adversary, especially after details were leaked by Edward Snowden of massive National Security Agency surveillance of the Brazilian president. 

If Rousseff were forced into a run-off with Silva as either first or second-place finisher in the first round, Aecio Neves, of the conservative Social Democratic Party has stated he would endorse Silva if he comes in third. The political arithmetic could then spell trouble for Rousseff, who would have likely glided to victory had it not been for Silva's advancement to the head of the Socialist Party ticket.  Silva's vice presidential running mate is Beto Albuquerque, whose «civil society» credentials in consumer and human rights protection indicates a Soros «upbringing».

The current polls for the October 5 first round is Rousseff with 36% of the vote, Silva with 21%, and Neves with 20%. However, with Neves out of the race in the scheduled October 26 second round, some polls show Silva beating Rousseff 47% to 43% while others show Silva defeating Rousseff by a staggering 9%. Of course, opinion polls are no longer independent but corporate and Western intelligence agency contrivances used to sway public opinion and engage in the «predictive programming» of entire populations.

The favorable outcome for Silva as a result of the possible aerial assassination of Campos and his aides has many suspicious about the CIA's role in the plane crash, especially after CIA fingerprints were discovered on presidential aerial assassinations of Torrijos and Roldos in 1981. Just this past February, the presidential helicopter normally used by Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, a strong opponent of Washington's policies and an ally of Rousseff, crashed in the mountains on a flight from Guayaquil to Quito. Correa's personal pilot was killed in the crash. Correa, who was addressing a campaign rally at the time of the crash, stressed that he was not scheduled to be on the flight of the Indian-made Dhruv helicopter. However, the suspicion of CIA sabotage could not be suppressed among the Ecuadorian population. 

Silva is being touted as Brazil's «Third Way» candidate. Third Way is an international movement that has been used by corporate politicians, many of them financed by Soros, to infiltrate and take over historically pro-labor, socialist, and progressive parties. The Third Ways' most notable politicians include Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Germany’s Gerhard Schroeder, Canada's Justin Trudeau, French Prtesident Francois Hollande, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and former Prime Minister Romeo Prodi, Portugal's Jose Socrates, Israel's Ehud Barak, and officials of the Brazilian Socialist, Green, and Social Democratic parties, including Silva, Neves, the late Eduardo Campos, and former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. However, when it becomes advantageous to assassinate one Third Wayer in order to promote another, there is no problem to eliminate someone like Campos in order to make way for a more popular (and controlled) politician like Silva, especially when the interests of Israel and Wall Street are at stake.

The Cessna carrying Portuguese Prime Minister Sá Carneiro, which crashed while the prime minister was flying to a re-election rally in Porto, destroyed the leftist Democratic Alliance’s future prospects because the two Sá Carneiro loyalists who succeeded him lacked his charisma. Eventually, Mario Soares, a Third Way and pro-NATO «socialist-in-name-only», a «SINO», became prime minister and ushered Portugal down the path of «Third Way» subservience to a united Europe and globalization. The ambassador to Portugal at the time of Sá Carneiro’s death was CIA officer Frank Carlucci, whose fingerprints were on the 1961 assassination of former Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in the Congo. 

Carlucci became deputy director of the CIA, and National Security Adviser and Defense Secretary under President Ronald Reagan. Carlucci is also the chairman emeritus of the CIA-connected Carlyle Group. The suspicious death of Campos in Brazil appears to be a carbon copy of the CIA’s quick dispatch of Sá Carneiro, with Rousseff the ultimate target of the action and Silva and her globalist backers as the beneficiaries. 

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