Sunday, May 1, 2016

James Clapper America Needs to STOP The Global Clique That Have Members in the OIL Industry That are Linked to Those That FUNDED ISIS: The CIA/MIC/OIL Clique is BIG & They're Bullying President Rousseff of Brazil. This Needs to STOP!!!! The Guy That MIGHT Become President & Represent Brazil During Olympics Is Part of a Corruption Scandal Involving Businesses That are in Bed with Putin & America's Enemies.

I've got MANY people that have confirmed the "coup" is linked to the ppl Kissinger (Hillary Clinton's big supporter) helped put in place during the DIRTY WAR.....  Did I tell ya'll all Condor pilots came to my childhood home to "decompress" after flights.  I thank god Obama has declassified my Pre-Teen years... Now I'm waiting for my conception:):) 

A Boeing exec told me that Carlos Ghosn's Brazilian dad was a BIG player in the dirty war & Carlos Ghosn used his CIA connections to "get ahead" & it's why I was bullied.  Evidently I'm known for being "ethical" & I scare ppl that have profited from acts of inhumanity.   What happened in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Guyana, El Salvador & other places was PURE TERROR.  I have good news & that's children of Nazi's have reached out to me and they want to help me expose the EVIL & help restore humanity to South America.  People connected to the Argentinian Pope have reached out to me and said "Sharyn the War for a Righteous Society is not's NOW intensified".... The good can prevail & it starts by STOPPING Michel Temer's power grab.  I have MANY examples of how he and his party are linked to the the Global Network that has bullied people into helping members of "the clique" profit. It's time for FAIRNESS in the world .. Please help me help those that have reached out ....  Make Brazil an example.  Don't let the corrupt MSM in Brazil aid remnants of one of American's BIGGEST mistakes.... the Dirty War. 

Corruption accusation From WIKI :  As part of the corruption investigations of Operation Car Wash Temer is under investigation for allegedly receiving more than US$1.5 million from a company that received construction contracts from Petrobras; Temer denies wrongdoing, characterizing the payments as legal campaign donations.[6]
NITEROI, Brazil -- Demonstrators protesting the impeachment process threatening Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff occupied dozens of highways in major cities during rush hour Thursday morning, causing long backups. Organizers claimed that 30 highways in nine Brazilian states were blocked. Brazil's anti-impeachment protesters block highways at rush hour 
For months, the business community has been hoping that Temer would take over from the leftist Rousseff. ....And amid months of political maneuvering on all sides, one incident involving Temer stands out as bizarre: a 13-minute audio of him rehearsing an inauguration speech days before the impeachment vote. Temer said it was "accidentally leaked," though detractors say more likely it was done to gauge public sentiment.......Only 2 percent of Brazilians said they'd vote for him for president in 2018

Everything began with the mensalão trial [the trial of certain PT politicians charged with making secret payments to federal deputies in return for votes] when the Supreme Court used the principle of domínio do fato, never used before or after in Brazil and rarely used in other countries, to convict Zé Dirceu [a former PT president and coordinator of Lula’s presidential campaign in 2002]. Under this principle, a court can determine that, even if there is no proof of the accused’s involvement, it was impossible for him or her not to have known. The arbitrary powers used today are different: providing selective leaks to the press of unproven accusations or even mere suppositions and suspicions; preventing lawyers from seeing the charges; and holding suspects in prison for long periods before their trials (some for over three months) in clear violation of the legal conditions for refusing bail.
Leading businessmen have been held and subjected to pressure to force them to collaborate with the authorities in return for shorter sentences, which is why there have been such remarkable revelations. The scandal in itself is huge and will continue to grow. Powerful players are involved – the large engineering companies, seven political parties (but mainly the Partido Popular, PMDB and the PT), and about 50 former and current members of Congress. And the other large state companies may also be involved, along with those involved in the building of big infrastructure projects, such as hydroelectric dams in the Amazon, as has already been leaked to the press.

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is facing an impeachment - some even say a coup - which, if carried through, may bring her vice-president, Michel Temer, to the helm. And what's so special about Temer, aside from his unpopularity, shady background, and connection to the Brazilian oligarchs? Well, he happens to hail from Lebanese origins. Ditto for Columbia's Shakira and Julio César Turbay, president from 1978 to 1982, Mexico's .... Carlos Slim Helú, Argentina's Yamila Diaz, the French-Lebanese-Brazilian Carlos Ghosn, ones who run the coup are not the military, but an integrated community composed by the media, the judiciary, and cemented together by an assembly of bandits.
Brazilian democracy is under threat of a coup.

The impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, according to the international press, was approved by "an assembly of bandits, the Chamber of Deputies, led by a bandit named Eduardo Cunha making the case for the removal of a President without any legal or constitutional basis."

Later, in April 2016, an audio file of Temer was leaked to Brazilian media. In the file, Temer speaks as if the impeachment process had already been confirmed and he was the new president.[8] “I don’t want to generate false expectations,” Temer said on the recordings, which were first published by Folha de S. Paulo on Monday afternoon. “Let’s not think that a possible change in government will solve everything in three or four months.”The leak came just hours before a special lower house committee was scheduled to vote whether to back the request to impeach the president, 

10. Temer may be accused of being a “conspirator” and “coup organizer.”In trying to defend herself against impeachment, Dilma has attacked both Cunha and Temer. She has already accused the vice president of being a conspirator and of organizing a coup. The leaked WhatsApp “victory audio“ only reinforces the PT’s position that Temer is working behind the scenes to remove Dilma from office. To associate the image of a “traitor” with the vice president is not a difficult task for PT’s propaganda machinery. Thus, disapproval of Temer is likely to grow.

Corruption accusation[edit]

As part of the corruption investigations of Operation Car Wash Temer is under investigation for allegedly receiving more than US$1.5 million from a company that received construction contracts from Petrobras; Temer denies wrongdoing, characterizing the payments as legal campaign donations.[6]

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