Thursday, November 21, 2013

Brazils Lurch to the Left

Kudos  to "the New American"1 for being one of the few news outlets in the United States to break the deafening silence that has accompanied Brazilian President Dilma Roussef's address of the 13th congress of  the Brazilian Communist Party. Roussef who has been hailed by the liberal media as a "moderate",  affirmed her strong support for the alliance between the Her own Partido dos Trabalhadores, or Workers party and the Communist. Roussef is at least consistent Having a father who was a member of the Bulgarian Communist party and having belonged herself to a Marxist Terrorist organization in the 60s and 70s. Roussef has been a willing crony of both the far left and the Global government crowd. Rouseff has engaged in larger scale land grabs under the guise of returning lands to indigenous groups. (the land of course will be controlled by the state.) According to a "New American article"2,"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".

Sadly, Roussef's acting as a moderate on social issues, has used this to conceal her radical agenda.
Christians have a great stake in what goes on in Brazil. The growth of Protestantism in Brazil has been enormous. They have begun to be an influence there attempting to draw Brazil back from the
cultural and sexual libertinism. We must hope and pray that the "pink" trend in Latin America is curbed.



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