Still in the legal woods and not daring to project as a revolutionary leader, Lula should nonetheless never be underestimated.Continue reading Brazil’s Lula in a Wilderness of Mirrors
Compared to the political/economic rollercoaster in Brazil, House of Cards is kindergarten play.
Only three days after massive street demonstrations calling for the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, and less than two weeks after his legally dubious four-hour detention for questioning, former Brazilian President Lula is about to spectacularly re-enter the Brazilian government as a Minister, actually a Super-Minister.
Continue reading ‘Prime Minister’ Lula: The Brazilian Game-Changer
Some Brazilians reacted negatively to our recent article on Brazil who are basically saying that Lula has been a corrupt leader and so his successor President Dilma Rousseff after him.
However, Pepe Escobar, who is currently based in Brazil, is saying that’s not the whole story.
Continue reading Brazil & Philippine Parallelism: Victims of Western Economic Hitmen
Under pressure, the Brazilian government cancelled its gargantuan $2 billion contract with an Israeli security provider.
When we consider the Israeli agents reported participation of the WTC controlled demolition in 2001 , we wonder how did the security contract was signed in the first place?
Continue reading Brazil Cancels $2 Billion Israeli Security Contract for 2016 Olympics
Here’s Pepe Escobar’s detailed analysis of what’s going on the surface of the ongoing battle for the control of the planet.
It’s now total war against the BRICS
As founding member of the BRICS, Brazil’s Rousseff reelection should ensure further stability on the organization.
Continue reading Brazil's Poor Majority Reelected Rousseff