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Chomsky: houve um golpe no Brasil. Um grupo de bandidos derrubou uma presidenta honesta

Por Redação

17 de maio de 2016 : 16h24

Comentário do blog: Um dos maiores intelectuais vivos do mundo, o famoso linguista Noam Chomsky, denuncia o golpe no Brasil em entrevista para um blog político americano independente, o Democracy Now. Chomsky é direto: Dilma é uma política honesta, vítima de um golpe dado por um grupo de bandidos.

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Noam Chomsky: Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff “Impeached by a Gang of Thieves”

on Democracy Now

As protests continue in Brazil over the Legislature’s vote to suspend President Dilma Rousseff and put her on trial, Noam Chomsky notes that “we have the one leading politician who hasn’t stolen to enrich herself, who’s being impeached by a gang of thieves, who have done so. That does count as a kind of soft coup.” Rousseff’s replacement, Brazil’s former vice president, Michel Temer, is a member of the opposition PMDBparty who is implicated in Brazil’s massive corruption scandal involving state-owned oil company Petrobras, and has now appointed an all-white male Cabinet charged with implementing corporate-friendly policies.


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AMY GOODMAN: What about what’s happening right now in Brazil, where protests are continuing over the Legislature’s vote to suspend President Dilma Rousseff and put her on trial? Now El Salvador has refused to recognize the new Brazilian government. The Brazilian—the Salvadoran president, Cerén, said Rousseff’s ouster had, quote, “the appearance of a coup d’état.” What’s happening there? And what about the difference between—it looked like perhaps Bush saved Latin America simply by not focusing on it, totally wrapped up in Iraq and Afghanistan. It looks like the Obama administration is paying a bit more attention.

NOAM CHOMSKY: Well, I don’t think it’s just a matter of not paying attention. Latin America has, to a significant extent, liberated itself from foreign—meaning mostly U.S.—domination in the past 10 or 15 years. That’s a dramatic development in world affairs. It’s the first time in 500 years. It’s a big change. So the so-called lack of attention is partly the fact that the U.S. is kind of being driven out of the hemisphere, less that it can do. It used to be able to overthrow governments, carry out coups at will and so on. It tries. There have been three—maybe it depends how you count them—coups, coup attempts this century. One in Venezuela in 2002 succeeded for a couple of days, backed by the U.S., overthrown by popular reaction. A second in Haiti, 2004, succeeded. The U.S. and France—Canada helped—kidnapped the president, sent him off to Central Africa, won’t permit his party to run in elections. That was a successful coup. Honduras, under Obama, there was a military coup, overthrew a reformist president. The United States was almost alone in pretty much legitimizing the coup, you know, claiming that the elections under the coup regime were legitimate. Honduras, always a very poor, repressed society, became a total horror chamber. Huge flow of refugees, we throw them back in the border, back to the violence, which we helped create. Paraguay, there was a kind of a semi-coup. What’s happening—also to get rid of a progressive priest who was running the country briefly.

What’s happening in Brazil now is extremely unfortunate in many ways. First of all, there has been a massive level of corruption. Regrettably, the Workers’ Party, Lula’s party, which had a real opportunity to achieve something extremely significant, and did make some considerable positive changes, nevertheless joined the rest—the traditional elite in just wholesale robbery. And that should—that should be punished. On the other hand, what’s happening now, what you quoted from El Salvador, I think, is pretty accurate. It’s a kind of a soft coup. The elite detested the Workers’ Party and is using this opportunity to get rid of the party that won the elections. They’re not waiting for the elections, which they’d probably lose, but they want to get rid of it, exploiting an economic recession, which is serious, and the massive corruption that’s been exposed. But as even The New York Times pointed out, Dilma Rousseff is maybe the one politician who hasn’t—leading politician who hasn’t stolen in order to benefit herself. She’s being charged with manipulations in the budget, which are pretty standard in many countries, taking from one pocket and putting it into another. Maybe it’s a misdeed of some kind, but certainly doesn’t justify impeachment. In fact, she’s—we have the one leading politician who hasn’t stolen to enrich herself, who’s being impeached by a gang of thieves, who have done so. That does count as a kind of soft coup. I think that’s correct.

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Urles

26 de agosto de 2016 às 20h34

Who’s the elite Chomsky is referring to? The one that detests the workers party?
From what I got the elite in the construction business was doing very well under Lula and Dilma (Odebrecht and Skanska are among the top 20 biggest contractors in the world). They got all the large government contracts they wanted and more.

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Ben Alvez

18 de maio de 2016 às 00h23

“Obama administration is paying a bit more attention.”

Yes.

Ayalde, a embaixadora, se preocupou tanto com o Paraguai que patrocinou o golpe para derrubar Fernando Lugo.

Ayalde, a embaixadora, se preocupou tanto com o Brasil que patrocinou o golpe contra Dilma Roussef.

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Agrimas

18 de maio de 2016 às 00h12

Golpe é milhares de brasileiros estarem morrendo em corredores de hospitais.

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    Esmeraldo Cabreira

    18 de maio de 2016 às 11h32

    BABAQUINHA NEONAZISTA EM PÂNICO! Pare de falar BESTEIRAS! Acorda! O GOLPE está afundando!!!!!
    Esmeraldo Cabreira.
    Especialista em Saúde Pública e Administração Hospitalar.
    Mestre e Doutor UFRGS.

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    Silney Costae Silva

    18 de maio de 2016 às 12h57

    Coxinha trouxa, agora o corte no SUS esta lá dito pelo próprio ministro do golpe, vai fazer um plano de saúde e pare de reclamar, vc pediu o Temer te atendeu… coxinha trouxa.

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    Rita

    18 de maio de 2016 às 14h43

    Pode ficar tranquilo. Seu golpista favorito vai acabar com o SUS.

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    Sérgio Silveira

    19 de maio de 2016 às 03h51

    Que o digam fhc e alckriminoso que NADA fizeram!!
    Só um fato, o SAMU que com CERTEZA voce ou alguém que voce conhece já usou, foi LULA quem criou, e funciona no Brasil inteiro!

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      ana alves

      21 de maio de 2016 às 19h40

      kkk então chama por ele!!!!

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Fabiano Franca

17 de maio de 2016 às 19h05

hahahaha cadê a coxinhada, os Mervais, Os Olavos e Reinaldos…..chupem essa mangaba azêda idiotas… Chomsky tem certeza. É golpe!!!!

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Marcvs Antonivs

17 de maio de 2016 às 17h38

O golpe está fedendo fora do país.

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