Alexandre Garcia: Maduro, like every dictator, never tires of seeking external enemies

Alexandre Garcia: Maduro, like every dictator, never tires of seeking external enemies
Alexandre Garcia: Maduro, like every dictator, never tires of seeking external enemies
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Dictator Nicolás Maduro: months leading up to the elections are marked by persecution of the opposition.| Photo: EFE/ Miguel Gutiérrez

I start today by talking again about Covid-19. The vice-president of the Republic, Geraldo Alckmin, who is a doctor and anesthesiologist, has Covid. I assume he didn’t have any vaccine, otherwise he wouldn’t have Covid-19. If there was a vaccine against Covid, he would have taken it and not have caught the disease, as is the case with all vaccines. What exists there does not prevent contagion, and who knows what the effects will be. Speaking of which, it’s time to investigate these sudden deaths. A bodybuilder from Brasília, trained in Physical Education, who had a meeting of encouragement and physical activity on social media, died suddenly, at the age of 45; They found the body in her apartment. These cases are regrettable, which we see all the time.

After threatening Guyana, Maduro wants a fight with Javier Milei

Did you know that the Argentine embassy in Venezuela, in Caracas, is under siege because it received some political persecutors from the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro? People linked to the candidate that Maduro did not allow to run, who nominated a replacement who also failed to register. Even Lula is losing patience, and Maduro has already responded more or less harshly; I don’t know how long this honeymoon will last – although they are saying that Lula is now on honeymoon with a Frenchman, Emmanuel Macron; Maybe he left Maduro aside, because after all, France is also close to Venezuela too, as French Guiana is an overseas province of France.

Returning to the case of the embassy, ​​Javier Milei is furious with Maduro, because the dictator is making threats and has cut off the electricity to the Argentine embassy. It is a situation that is getting worse. That was all that was needed, for Maduro to find a conflict – although he is already doing that in relation to Guyana, which he intends to invade because of oil. Now, he wants to fight with Argentina. It’s very obvious, dictators have always done this, inventing war stories to divert attention. That’s what Galtieri did in Argentina in relation to England, invading the Falklands, and the Argentine people supported him, but he ended up defeated. That’s what a dictator is; A dictatorship never ends well.

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Israel continues to fight for its survival

Israel ended the attack on a hospital in Gaza. and caught 200 Hamas terrorists who were sheltering there. They use the Palestinian population as a shield, as camouflage, as shelter, to avoid being caught. Israel didn’t want to know, because it’s about the country’s survival. Why did Israel attack an Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria? Because they were preparing to kill Israelis, to throw rockets into Israel, to plan sabotage in Israel. It’s a question of survival, a natural right that, here in Brazil, they often want to restrict. People here no longer have the right to arm themselves to protect themselves. In a famous case, an old lady in Caxias do Sul survived, reacting to an assailant much stronger than her, because she had an old revolver and used it.

Those who are not satisfied with Moro’s good work at Lava Jato now want to take away his mandate

This revenge against Senator Sergio Moro is a shame, all because he attacked politicians as a judge, because he condemned politicians for misdeeds, in convictions confirmed by several instances, scandals confirmed in American courts, in Swiss courts. It was no chase; it was the Public Ministry and the Judiciary acting, so much so that those involved confessed to the crimes, made agreements, returned money, paid fines. It was a horror what they did to Petrobras, which is once again losing, with its profits sinking due to government political interference, as happened back then. This is repeating itself, now they are taking revenge on Sergio Moro, asking for his impeachment and disregarding the votes of millions of people from Paraná.

They allege “abuse of economic power”. Because abuse of economic power is forcing tax payers to support political parties that are not even our preference, paying for electoral campaigns, headquarters and pharaonic directories. Yes, this is abuse of economic power. This trial that is taking place at the Regional Electoral Court of Paraná will reveal a lot to the Brazilian voter, to the tax payer in Brazil, about how relations are going within the State, the relations between the tax payers who support the Brazilian State and those who are using the Brazilian State as if it were their own patrimony.

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