RE : Brazil Prepares Nuclear Bomb Test To Protect Amazon Rights

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Sorcha Faal <sorchafaal@fastmail.fm> wrote:
[Ed. Note: This report should be read from its website location at
http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1101.htm

as this email copy does not
contain the links embedded in the original report.]

May 23, 2008

Brazil Prepares Nuclear Bomb Test To Protect Amazon Rights

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

Russia's Chief of the Armed Forces, General Yury Baluyevsky, has
reported to President Medvedev and Prime Minister Putin that the South
American Nation of Brazil has notified Moscow, China and the Western
Powers of its ‘intent’ to detonate its first atomic bomb should any
foreign country attempt to interfere in its rights to the vast
rainforests of the Amazon region.

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva [pictured top left], these
reports state, has become increasingly concerned over the West’s
belligerent attitude towards the Amazon they call the ‘Lungs of the
World’, but what Brazil calls its ‘sovereign territory’.

Little known to the Western peoples is that Brazil, not Iran or Israel,
has one of the oldest (since the 1930’s) and secretive nuclear weapons
programs in the World, and as long ago as 1987 "had enriched uranium
successfully on a laboratory scale to 20 percent".

Brazil has, likewise, refused to sign the United Nations treaty on
atomic weapons and has refused all requests for International
inspections of its vast nuclear arsenal and uranium enrichment
facilities.

Brazil can likely expect a Western backlash, these reports continue,
over its plan to flood vast areas of the Amazon rainforest, and as we
can read as reported by the Scotsman News Service in their article
titled “Brazil all set to flood the rainforest”, and which says:

“The Belo Monte dam will swallow swathes of rainforest and harm rare
fish, as well as the livelihoods and homes of about 15,000 people who
live in the remote area of north-eastern Para state, critics say.

Flush with cash from its roaring economy, Brazil is spending £150
billion in the next two years alone on hydroelectric dams, roads and
other infrastructure to expand industry, boost exports, create jobs and
help to speed the emergence of Latin America's largest country as a
world economic power.”

Brazil is further concerned over increasing US Military aggression in
South America, especially in light of Brazil’s new massive oil deposits
in a World fast running low of fuel, and as we can read as reported by
the Wall Street Journal News Service:

“A flurry of activity by emerging oil giant Petróleo Brasileiro SA is
heating up speculation that Brazil may have enough deep-water oil to
propel it into the big leagues of global oil exporters and ease pressure
on soaring oil prices.

Petrobras, as the state-controlled company is known, announced its
latest discovery late Wednesday, saying it struck oil some 155 miles off
the coast of São Paulo state. The new field is close to the company's
massive Tupi field, which was discovered two years ago and remains the
world's largest find since 2000 and the biggest in the Western
Hemisphere...”

Since 2005, US War Leaders have embarked upon a course of drastically
reducing humanitarian aid to South America, while at the same time
greatly increasing its military expenditures to ‘protect’, what the
Americans have always believed was their ‘backyard’.

South American Leaders, however, have grown increasingly angrier over
the United States actions against their Nations, and have today signed
an historic agreement to “create a continental bloc modeled on the
European Union”, but to which the Americans believe ‘will not bear
fruit’.

Over the past decade, the influence of the United States has been
greatly diminished in South America as Native Populist Movements in
Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador and Paraguay have
seen the ouster of their US backed Military Juntas and the peoples of
this vast continent setting upon a course of their own choosing.

Though Colombia remains one of the last bastions of US Military in the
region, the peoples of that country have become increasingly
disenchanted with their American ‘friends’, especially after evidence
emerged that the American fruit giant, Chiquita International, was found
to have paid death squads to kill the leaders and organizers united
against their slave-wage polices.

Russian Military Analysts state in these reports that the likelihood of
US Military aggression against South American Nations remains ‘low’, but
do point out that there is ‘strong evidence’ that the Americans may be
changing their posture, and which appears to be confirmed by the over
flight of a US spy plane in one of Venezuela’s most top secret areas
this past week, and to which Venezuelan President Chavez has said was an
‘act of spying’.

Of the greatest concern over these events, however, is that yet another
region of our World now appears to be caught in the United States ‘web’
of provoking Total World War among all of our Earth’s Nations.

But, to the most alarming concern is that not only is the United States
hastening our World towards Total War, Iran’s President Ahmadinejad,
also, appears to share the Americans apocalyptic vision of our future,
and as we can read:

"President Ahmadinejad, who came to office in 2005 declaring his
intention to "hasten the emergence" of Imam Mahdi, said in a speech
broadcast nationally this month that Imam Mahdi supported the day-to-day
workings of his government and was helping him in the face of
international pressure.

Amazing how closely Ahmadinejad mirrors John McCain's pal Rev. John
Hagee. Bruce Wilson noted on Alternet March 5, Hagee's book Jerusalem
Countdown similarly calls for speeding along worldly events to prepare
for the End Times—and says the Holocaust was God's retribution on the
Jews for rebelling against Him, as well as His way of driving them to
re-establish the state of Israel, a prerequisite for Armageddon. (Gee,
what a vindictive creep He must be.) Back to the Times:

Mr. Ahmadinejad, who has established a well-financed foundation to
prepare the nation for the imam's return, was stung by the criticism.

"To deny the help of the imam is very bad," he said in his news
conference. "It is very bad to say that the imam will not emerge for
another few hundred years; who are you to say that?"

And today, as our World tumbles ever closer to the abyss, one can only
wonder when the drums of death will sound for us.

© May 23, 2008 EU and US all rights reserved.
http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1101.htm
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Sorcha Faal
sorchafaal@fastmail.fm


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