Brazil: Zionist power and Muslims

Brazil’s president Michel Temer who came into power as result of a Zionist coup against democratically elected first native president Dilma Vana Rousseff has refused to attend the funeral scheduled for Saturday for Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer team who were killed in a plane crash, due to fears that he might be booed again. During the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in August 2016, Temer was booed by Brazilian team as being an American stooge. Temer didn’t attend the closing ceremony.

Like United States, Canada, Australia, and the European Union, Brazil’s media and banking sectors are totally controlled by pro-Israel Jews and Christians.

In June 2016, Rio Federation of Jews took an independent media source Vermelho to court for claiming that Brazilian Jews spearheaded the coup against Dilma Vana Rousseff as result of her criticism of Israel and rejection of Israeli ambassador.

Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks Brazilian Jewish and Zionist groups have used their media to vilify country’s 1.5 million Muslim population.

In November 2009, former Brazilian president Lula da Silva angered Barack Obama by providing a red-carpet welcome to Iranian president Dr. Ahmadinejad. Obama in a message to da Silva demanded him to distance from Iran and support American sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program.

In May 2010, Obama slammed da Silva and Turkish president Erdogan for signing a deal with Ahmadinejad over Iran’s nuclear program.

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In November 2010, former Brazilian president Lula da Silva angered both the Zionist regime and Washington by recognizing an independent Palestinian state over the West Bank, Gaza, and the East Jerusalem occupied by the Jewish army in 1967.

In November 2009, Israeli president Shimon Peres, a war criminal, paid a week-long visit to Brazil, a few weeks ahead of Ahmadinejad visit. During his meeting with Lula da Silva the Zionist Jew warned his host about Iranian threat to the South America.

Rio de Janeiro-based journalist Catherine Osborn, whose articles have been published by Jewish-owned media like Time, The Atlantic, CS Monitor, NPR, Foreign Policy, Next City, etc., penned an article, entitled, Deciphering Islamophobia in Brazil, for the The Islamic Monthly on April 13, 2016.

By 2015, Islamophobia increased a notch in a country where there has never been an attack by an Islamist extremist. The day after the shootings at Charlie Hebdo in Paris in January 2015, São Paulo’s biggest mosque was vandalized with “Je Suis Charlie” graffiti. That week, someone threw a rock at Muslim theater professor Sarah Ghuraba, 27, as she headed to the doctor’s office. Coverage of the Charlie Hebdo shootings and the later Paris shootings ran prominently in the Brazilian media for weeks, and many Brazilians enthusiastically changed their Facebook profile pictures to designs of #JeSuisCharlie and the French flag. U.S.-based wire services provided much of the coverage,” Osborn said.

Many writers and bloggers have claimed that Charlie Hebdo was an Israeli Mossad false flag operation (here, here, here, here).

In July Paris admitted that Nice attack was a false flag operation.

Although racism and religious intolerance are crimes that can earn jail time, Brazilians are rarely arrested for those reasons, and the 103 pages sent by Rio’s Luz mosque to the public prosecutor remain, at the moment, open investigations,” Osborn said.

Under Michel Temer regime the persecution and prejudice of Muslim minority has peaked.

Brazil is home to 120,000 Jews even though the Jewish Lobby has been claiming for years that “Brazilian Jews are moving to Israel in record numbers.” But, like the so-called ‘Holocaust survivors’ population, it has never decreased.


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