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Um relatório do Conselho de Segurança da ONU QUE POSTAMOS ABAIXO denunciou que o porto de Mariel, que foi financiado com nosso dinheiro com prejuizo da Saúde e Educação, sucateando nossas Forças Armadas, se destinava a dar suporte aos atos agressivos da Coréia do Norte.

Isso deixa claro que, a espionagem executada pelos EUA da qual a dona Dilma tanto reclamou, tem realmente fundamento e era para o nosso bem!

O porto de Mariel, inaugurado por Dilma a menos de tres meses, não tem função lícita, mas sim para servir de disfarce para o envio de armamento para o Ditador Kim Jong-un manter sua política ameaçadora com seu objetivo de causar o terror no oriente.

E vários países de políticas duvidosas além de Cuba, estão envolvidos nisso colocando todos estes sob séria suspeita.

Veja aqui o relatório da ONU de fonte direta:

United Nations S/2014/147
Security Council
Distr.: General
6 March 2014
Original: English


75 Mariel is being developed as a major deep-water port and free trade zone by a Cuba-Brazil
consortium, with the Cuban military controlled Almacenes Universal S.A. The port was
previously a submarine base and its development was formally opened on 27 January 2014.

36. Both consignments listed the same shipper, Cubazucar, and consignee, Korea Central Marketing & Trading
Corporation. Freight charges were payable as per the charter party.13 The ship’s agent, Consignataria Mambisa,
had been dealing with the OMM Vladivostok branch and on its invoices named the client as “Ocean Maritime
Management – Brasil”.

14 This points to involvement of a Brazil branch of OMM in this shipment.





Junte os fatos com as seguintes informações:

1 – Navio norte-coreano retido no Panamá levava mísseis cubanos para a Coréia do Norte:

2 – Aviões Mig-21 encontrados em barco norte-coreano detido no Panamá
Aeronaves tinham armamento cubano não-declarado, dizem autoridades.

Até agora são 2 aviões Mig-21 e baterias antiaéreas e outros equipamentos.

3 – Rússia retoma a politica de manter bases militares no estrangeiro.

4 – Rússia planeja expansão militar em países latino-americanos.

Não se pode desconsiderar que, a Rússia e a China formam o bloco Euroasiático, no qual a Coréia do Norte está à reboque.

Não deixe de compartilhar isso, pois é preciso que todos saibam de toda esta sujeira.



Why we spy on Brazil – O que os EUA já sabem sobre o Foro de São Paulo – Brasil-Cuba-Venezuela – e José Dirceu espião cubano

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 Brazil's President Dilma Roussef waits to address the audience during the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations.<br /><br /><br />
Brazil’s President Dilma Roussef waits to address the audience during the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations.


President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil canceled her visit to President Obama. She was offended because the United States was peeking into her electronic mail. You don’t do that to a friendly country. The information, probably reliable, was provided by Edward Snowden from his refuge in Moscow.

Intrigued, I asked a former U.S. ambassador, “Why did they do it?” His explanation was starkly frank:

“From Washington’s perspective, the Brazilian government is not exactly friendly. By definition and history, Brazil is a friendly country that sided with us during World War II and Korea, but its present government is not.”

The ambassador and I are old friends. “May I identify you by name?” I asked. “No,” he answered. “It would create a huge problem for me. But you may transcribe our conversation.” I shall do so here.

“All you have to do is read the records of the São Paulo Forum and observe the conduct of the Brazilian government,” he said. “The friends of Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, of Dilma Rousseff and the Workers Party are the enemies of the United States: Chavist Venezuela, first with (Hugo) Chávez and now with (Nicolás) Maduro; Raúl Castro’s Cuba; Iran; Evo Morales’ Bolivia; Libya at the time of Gadhafi; Bashar Assad’s Syria.

“In almost all conflicts, the Brazilian government agrees with the political lines of Russia and China, as opposed to the perspective of the U.S. State Department and the White House. Its more akin ideological family is that of the BRICS, with whom it tries to conciliate its foreign policy. [The BRICS are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.]

“The huge South American nation neither has nor manifests the slightest desire to defend the democratic principles that are systematically violated in Cuba. On the contrary, former president Lula da Silva often takes investors to the island to fortify the Castros’ dictatorship. The money invested by the Brazilians in the development of the super-port of Mariel, near Havana, is estimated to be $1 billion.

“Cuban influence in Brazil is covert but very intense. José Dirceu, Lula da Silva’s former chief of staff and his most influential minister, had been an agent of the Cuban intelligence services. In exile in Cuba, he had his face surgically changed. He returned to Brazil with a new identity (Carlos Henrique Gouveia de Mello, a Jewish merchant) and functioned in that capacity until democracy was restored. Hand in hand with Lula, he placed Brazil among the major collaborators with the Cuban dictatorship. He fell into disgrace because he was corrupt but never retreated one inch from his ideological preferences and his complicity with Havana.

“Something similar is happening with Profesor Marco Aurelio Garcia, Dilma Rousseff’s current foreign policy adviser. He is a contumacious anti-Yankee, worse than Dirceu even, because he’s more intelligent and had better training. He will do everything he can to foil the United States.

“To Itamaraty — a foreign ministry renowned by the quality of its diplomats, generally multilingual and well educated — the Democratic Charter signed in Lima in 2001 is just a piece of paper without any importance. The government simply ignores the election swindles perpetrated in Venezuela or Nicaragua and is totally indifferent to any abuses against freedom of the press.

“But that’s not all. There are two other issues about which the United States wants to be informed about everything that happens in Brazil, because, in one way or another, they affect the security of the United States: corruption and drugs.

“Brazil is a notoriously corrupt country and those ugly practices affect the laws of the United States in two ways: when Brazilians utilize the American financial system and when they compete unfairly with U.S. companies by resorting to bribery or illegal commissions.

“The issue of drugs is different. The production of Bolivian coca has multiplied fivefold since Evo Morales became president, and the outlet for that substance is Brazil. Almost all of it ends up in Europe, and our allies have asked us for information. That information sometimes is in the hands of Brazilian politicians.”

My two final questions are inevitable. Will Washington support Brazil’s bid for permanent membership in the U.N. Security Council?

“If you ask me, no,” he says. “We already have two permanent adversaries: Russia and China. We don’t need a third one.”

Finally, will the United States continue to spy on Brazil?

“Of course,” he tells me. “It’s our responsibility to U.S. society.”

I think that Doña Dilma should change her e-mail addresses frequently.


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