domingo, 22 de maio de 2016

Dear foreign visitors (both of you),

There's absolutely no coup taking place in Brazil. President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment is legal and democratic, and is supported by 90 % of the people.

To be re-elected in 2014, Dilma Rousseff violated our Constitution defrauding the government budget and hiding a 15 billion dollars deficit. Our laws consider this a serious crime (and this is a serious crime in any civilized country). By doing so, she worsened the economic crisis affecting especially the poorest — economic crisis caused by her continuous fiscal irresponsibility.

But Dilma Rousseff committed other crimes.

It's not true that she was cleared in Petrobras corruption scandal. The latest investigations of Operation Car Wash show that Dilma Rousseff is deeply implicated in it.

She was elected and re-elected with money stolen from Petrobras, the large Brazilian oil company that was destroyed by the corruption schemes of Workers' Party and its political allies. Her campaign money was dirty as revealed by whistleblowers to judge Sergio Moro and federal attorneys of Operation Car Wash.

I would like to remind that thousands of American shareholders of Petrobras lost large amounts of money because of corruption scandal. And Dilma Rousseff, as former head of Petrobras board, faces a huge class action in Manhattan.

Dilma Rousseff also attempted to obstruct justice by appointing Lula, the former president, as a minister. This would place him out of reach of Sergio Moro, the judge leading the Petrobras corruption investigation.

For all these reasons, Dilma Rousseff will be impeached. It is a lie that the process of impeachment is a coup. The Congress proceeds strictly within the Constitution limits as stated by Brazilian Supreme Court. Dilma Rousseff and Workers' Party just try to create a smokescreen over their crimes and fool the international press.

Personaly, I don't like the new President, neither trust him. But anyone is better than Dilma, Lula and their associates. They are mobsters, for chrissake!

Last but not least, regarding to those assholes at Cannes Festival, well... Their suits, dresses, shoes and sunglasses were all bought with public money.







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