Monday, December 20, 2010

Brazilian President becomes ‘Santa Claus’ for homosexuals as reign ends

Brazilian President becomes ‘Santa Claus’ for homosexuals as reign ends

December 20, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Brazilian President Luiz Lula da Silva has become the “Santa Claus for gays” as his reign comes to an end, approving hundreds of millions of dollars for pro-homosexual propaganda, as well as a new government agency to promote the gay agenda.
In addition, Lula’s administration has begun to distribute “kits” to children between the ages of 7 and 12 years designed to encourage them to accept homosexuality. The kits reportedly include a DVD with a story about a fourteen-year-old who goes to the bathroom, and becomes sexually aroused while watching another student urinate in the stall next to him.
The DVD has sparked outrage from Jair Bolsonaro, a representative in the Brazilian National Congress, who denounced it in a recent floor speech as “shameful.”
Brazilian pro-family activist Julio Severo wrote recently: “The old man with the white beard of fiction (Santa Claus) gives inoffensive and innocent presents to children. The bearded man of the PT (Worker’s Party) guarantees the distribution of gay kits for schoolchildren.”
Severo’s claim that Lula has become the “Santa Claus for gays” has been adopted by the homosexual movement.  Toni Reis, the leader of Brazil’s most influential homosexualist organization, said in a recent meeting with the President that “Lula is a very good person. He even has a white beard. He’s the Santa Claus for gays.”
Facing its final days, the Lula administration has made a last-ditch effort to pass its proposed “Homophobia Law,” also known as PLC 122, which would allow the government to silence all criticism of homosexuality. Despite the ultrapopular president’s support for the measure, and a majority pro-Lula coalition in the Brazilian Congress, his administration has never been able to pass the bill.  His efforts failed for the last time earlier this month.
Despite the loss, the Lula administration has showered the homosexual movement in Brazil with a panoply of gifts in the waning days of his administration.  They include the creation of the “National Council to Combat Discrimination” (CNCD), whose apparent purpose is to bolster the power of the gay lobby.  One of the members of the council will be Luiz Mott, the self-styled “dean” of the homosexual movement, who has made statements in the past suggesting the endorsement of pedophilia.
The creation of the CNCD on December 9, at the request of homosexual activists, followed the allocation of $178 million to combat “homophobia” in November. On the same day, Lula’s administration approved the awarding of pensions to homosexual couples, as well as other privileges normally reserved to married couples.  On December 13, the administration gave the “Human Rights Award” to Reis, who is President of the Brazilian Association of Gays, Lesbians, and Transsexuals.
Lula’s enthusiasm for the homosexual agenda has been manifest throughout his administration.  During his eight years in office, he has subsidized the homosexual movement with millions of dollars in aid, has moved to shut down television programming that criticizes the gay lifestyle, and has promoted international agreements to combat “homophobia.”
However, a recent poll indicated that, despite the Lula administration’s vigorous efforts to promote homosexualism, the Brazilian people continue to reject “civil union” legislation for gay couples.
Divulgation: Julio Severo in English
www.lastdayswatchman.blogspot.com

What is really behind WikiLeaks?

What is really behind WikiLeaks?

If WikiLeaks equals free speech, then why do those defending it want UN to impose censorship on the internet?

By Julio Severo
Out of curiosity, it was great to learn about the US embassies' cables, and it would also be very interesting to see the Brazilian ambassies cables. Sadly, there was still no leak from such secret communications of Brazil.
Excepting some exotic facts, did WikiLeaks reveal really sensitive information? In one of the leaks on critical installations for the US security, there is a mention of an Australian factory that produces antivenom. Can you believe that if Islamic terrorists attack the Australian factory, the US will be vulnerable to the largest attack of snakes in human history?
The scenes would be terrible: snakes biting Obama and his government officials. Thousands of poisonous snakes slithering in the streets and attacking thousands of participants in the gay parades from San Francisco to New York. Snakes in schools, hospitals and soccer stadiums, with millions of people falling to poisonous bites.
Poor snakes! They are being used as scapegoats for some big scheme. And there are other absurdities in the leaked list of possible terrorist objectives.
I doubt a lot that Islamic terrorists have swallowed the story of the Australian factory as vital for the US security. But I don’t doubt that behind WikiLeaks there are “snakes” and “serpents”, but not of the type that we know in nature. They are depraved human minds with the nature of astute and evil snakes.
Unfortunately, WikiLeaks didn’t reveal any really important American secret. If it had tried to do so, the American government has enough secret agents and enough power to “solve” the problem. In fact, CIA has for decades murdered people, killing really wicked men, but also eliminating innocent people, including in the famous case where an airplane, with a family of evangelical missionaries, was shot down.
The book “Target: Patton, The Plot to Assassinate General George S. Patton”, by Robert Wilcox, tells how the birth of the US service secret, infiltrated by Marxists, was followed by secret assassinations of criminals and innocent people.
Nothing hinders CIA from neutralizing the enemies of the US interests. However, Julian Assange is alive, and receiving massive support from famous Marxists, even in the US, that advocate control over internet — a control to keep an absolute predominance of their ideas and exterminate conservative ideas.
Recently, Assange got financial support from Michael Moore, producer of a documentary on “homophobia.” As far as it depends on Moore, supreme jester of Hollywood Marxism, free speech is a right to be granted only to those who take an oath of fidelity to sodomy.
Brazilian president Lula da Silva is one of the international personages protesting “persecution” against Assange and, in the public eye, he defended the right of free speech of WikiLeaks. Hey? Where is Lula whose administration has always sought to censure internet in Brazil?
Yet, Brazilian diplomats in the UN, under Lula, are spearheading an effort to create a UN agency to police internet, under the pretext of avoiding leaks similar to WikiLeaks’. The same Lula that advocates for the free speech of WikiLeaks is using it to restrict free speech of worldwide internet users.
If the WikiLeaks case were so serious, why is Assange alive? Why does WikiLeaks remain online? Why does Lula support it? And there are other strange facts. The man that gave WikiLeaks the allegedly sensitive information about the US was an American homosexual soldier. So why is the US government so determined and obsessed in guaranteeing that open homosexuals may serve in the military?
If WikiLeaks represented threat to the US security, then who should suffer banishment, repression and exclusion: homosexuality or internet free speech? How to explain that the most powerful nation in the world “let” thousands of allegedly confidential cables be leaked? In the show produced around WikiLeaks, who will the real victim be?
Just after the recent leaks of WikiLeaks, the Department of Homeland Security, with no notification, seized the domain names from dozens of “dangerous” websites, which were not connected to WikiLeaks. It was a swift censorship with no right to defense. But, with all its massive power, the US government and its thousands of secret agents in the whole world have feigned to possess little power to shut down WikiLeaks, whose existence became a mere excuse to silence websites having nothing to do with Assange, who is a favorite to be the Time magazine “Man of the Year”.
By pretending to reveal secrets, WikiLeaks eventually left a thick cloud of doubts over the real occult intentions of those that are using it, or against or in favor, to impose cyber patrolling and an era of darkness where internet is a restricted area of security against those that disagree of the New World Order and its politics of intrusion and control over people, families and children.
Portuguese version of this article: O que realmente está por trás do WikiLeaks?
Source: Julio Severo in English

Friday, December 10, 2010

Brazilian senate approves $178 million to promote gay agenda

Brazilian senate approves $178 million to promote gay agenda

by Matthew Cullinan Hoffman
BRAZIL, December 10, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) — The Brazilian Senate recently approved a massive $178 million budget to fight “homophobia,” a term that includes criticism of the homosexual lifestyle.
The funds will be spent as part of the government’s national homosexualist program, “Brazil Without Homophobia,” which funnels part of the money directly to homosexual organizations.
The funds are also used to pay for legislative initiatives to create special rights for homosexuals in Brazil. One such initiative, the “Homophobia Law,” also known as PLC 122/06, would make it illegal to criticize homosexual behavior in Brazil.
President Luiz Lula da Silva is pushing for the approval of the law in the final days of his administration, a feat he has not been able to accomplish after eight years in office, despite his massive popularity, pointed out Brazilian pro-family activist Julio Severo. His successor, President-Elect Dilma Rousseff, has promised not to promote such legislative initiatives, an assurance she gave voters when her campaign seemed threatened by her party’s historic support for socially liberal measures.
The Brazil Without Homophobia program will also be used to promote the homosexual political agenda at the international level, and in the nation’s schools. This year the country’s “Schools Without Homophobia” program is featuring a campaign to normalize transvestitism in the schools.
However, Lula’s passionate advocacy of homosexualism is not likely to succeed in Brazil’s current political and cultural climate.  Recent elections indicated that the public is hostile to such initiatives, which is reinforced by recent poll results showing a large majority of Brazilians in opposition to homosexual civil unions.
Divulgation: Julio Severo in English: www.lastdayswatchman.blogspot.com

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Brazilians overwhelmingly reject pro-abort, homosexualist agenda of ruling party

Brazilians overwhelmingly reject pro-abort, homosexualist agenda of ruling party

BRAZIL, December 7, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Brazilian people overwhelmingly reject the homosexualist and abortionist agenda of the nation’s ruling party, according to a new study conducted by the polling agency Vox Populi.
The poll revealed that 82% of Brazilians wish to maintain abortion as a crime, and 72% are against its depenalization. Religious differences only changed the latter result marginally, with 75% of Evangelicals, 73% of Catholics, and 69% percent of other religions opposing depenalization.
In addition, sixty percent of Brazilians are against the creation of homosexual “civil unions,” while only 35% are in favor.
The poll indicates that Brazilian Evangelicals are more successful communicating their churches’ condemnation of homosexual unions than Catholics.  While only 19% of Evangelicals supported such unions, 37% of practicing Catholics supported them.
Even a majority of nonreligious Brazilians, 56%, oppose homosexual “civil unions” according to the poll. However, members of non-Christian religions, who are generally associated with African spiritualist cults, were the most likely to support civil unions, with 59% in favor.
The results are a slap in the face for the ruling socialist Labor Party and its allies in the National Congress, which have endeavored to eliminate criminal penalties for abortion and promote special rights for homosexuals. Books, television shows, and other forms of expression that condemn homosexual behavior are subject to fines and other penalties in Brazil, and President Luis Lula da Silva has sought to pass legislation to make “homophobia” a crime.
In Brazil’s recent elections, president-elect Dilma Rousseff was forced to make a written promise not to promote a pro-abortion or homosexualist agenda if elected, after seeing her poll numbers slip in the face of massive criticism of her previously-stated positions on those issues.
The statistics also undermine the image of Brazil as a sexually libertine society, an idea popularized by the excesses of celebrations held in major cities for Carnival, the period immediately before the penitential season of Lent. Brazil has also been the scene of the largest homosexual parades in the world in recent years, which have been partially financed and promoted by the federal government.
In addition to the results on abortion and homosexuality, the poll indicated that a large majority of Brazilians, 87%, are also opposed to the decriminalization of illegal drugs.
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Sunday, December 05, 2010

Brazilian President Lula acknowledges “Palestinian” State

Brazilian President Lula acknowledges “Palestinian” State

Without imposing on them any condition on gay “rights”

By Julio Severo
Lula announced that he decided officially to acknowledge a “Palestinian State. That acknowledgment happened on November 3, 2010.
The Brazilian megalomaniac likes to be in the center of the attentions. And if the whole world is looking to the Middle East, because of the afflictions of Israel, then Lula wants a piece of the spotlight. He is determined to spend his last days in the Brazilian presidency drawing the attention from everybody, even if it means that he needs to make a handstand in the United Nations headquarters.
The Brazilian press reported that Lula sent a letter to the “Palestinian” leader acknowledging the State of “Palestine.” The international media said almost nothing, not because the subject is insignificant, but because Lula doesn’t have the importance that he gives himself.
However, why to recognize a nation inside of another nation? Geographically, what some call “Palestine” is exactly inside the historical and biblical borders of Israel. And Israel is an extremely small country. Therefore, it makes no sense to force a small nation to relinquish her scarce lands to a people that have ethnic, political and religious hostility against Israel.
If Lula wants intensely lands for “Palestinians”, why doesn’t he give them a piece of Brazil? Geographically, the land of Israel is a mosquito in comparison to Brazil. It is unfair to force a small nation to relinquish what little she has. The bigger nation has the moral obligation to give the example and share what she has more than enough.
But there is more. In the lands occupied by “Palestinians”, homosexuals are really attacked and murdered. Gay marches? Never, even in thoughts! Anti-“homophobia” indoctrination in the “Palestinian” schools? It would bring death penalty on teachers. Early, “Palestinian” children are taught to hate and attack enemies of Islam. Israel, of course, is one of those enemies. And homosexuals also.
Tolerance and plurality? Those concepts, thoroughly imposed by the Lula administration on the passive Brazilian people, are abhorred by “Palestinians.” “Palestinian” homosexuals just don’t request asylum from Lula because they have no enough time. As soon as they are discovered, homosexuals there are dispatched.
A “Palestinian” State in the middle of Brazil would not be a strange experience, because children learning how to hate is something that the communistic Landless Movement (linked to the party of Lula) has been doing there for a long time. The biggest problem would be “Palestinian culture” affecting Brazilian culture. Then the Brazilian government would have to change the federal campaign “Brazil Without Homophobia” to “Brazil Without Sodomy”, exclusively to appease and please “Palestinians.”
While this doesn’t happen, Brazilians have to suffer, being forced to accept anti-“homophobia” indoctrination in the schools and the lie that Brazil is champion of murders of homosexuals (as if Brazilian Christians were killing hundreds of them a day), and to see Lula giving prestige, honoring and acknowledging an Islamic State that wants not only the destruction of Israel, but of homosexuals.
If Lula were not hypocritical, he would tell the leader of the “Palestinians”: “Well, my administration acknowledges the Palestinian State, but with a condition: Your Palestinian administration should hinder your people from persecuting and killing homosexuals and your administration should teach children to love homosexuality as a totally normal and healthy option.”
Does anybody really believe that “Palestinians” would accept such condition?
The difference between them is clear. While the interests of the “Palestinians” rotate around Islam and terror, Lula’s interests rotate around his own navel and that hole idolized by homosexuals.
In fact, “Palestinians” have their special ideal solution for the worshipers of holes: to increase in them, through bullets, the number of holes!
Can you see what is happening? If all Christians from Brazil were “Palestinian” and especially Islamic, Lula and his administration would respect us, would honor us and would give prestige to us, whether we were or not murderers of homosexuals.
Who is stupid in that story: Lula or the Brazilian people?
If Lula wants to continue in the international spotlights after his presidency, he will have to disguise himself as a transvestite in front a “Palestinian” mosque and to scream: “You need a campaign Palestine Without Homophobia!”
The following scene would not be recommended for people under the age of 18.
Portuguese version of this article: Lula reconhece Estado “palestino”

Monday, November 29, 2010

Rio de Janeiro and the Old West

Rio de Janeiro and the Old West

How Rio de Janeiro copes with murderers. How the Old West coped with them.

By Julio Severo
Nevertheless the title, the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has nothing to do with the American Old West. Not because there was no violence in the Wild West. There was, but not as much as one sees in Rio in the 21st century.
Injustice that has been plentiful in Rio was not plentiful in the Wild West. Just like in Rio, all the outlaws in the Old West carried weapons for their crimes. But, very differently from Rio, in the Wild West EVERYBODY carried weapons, so that in order for an outlaw to attack an innocent man, he needed to be quite astute because he could be killed.
Criminals in Rio attack their victims trusting that the State has made its dirty work of disarming the population, guaranteeing in this way total insecurity for victims and total safety for murderers.
In modern Rio, a murderer escapes often unpunished. For the outlaw in the Old West, Rio would be a truly wonderful place, because impunity that reigns in Rio didn’t reign in the Wild West. An American murderer was quickly judged and hung. When he fled, he was pursued by the sheriff and citizens ready to see that the murderer paid with his life for the life that he had destroyed. When a criminal fled to an ignored place, a reward was offered for his head, which meant that anybody that found him or killed would receive a financial reward.
The ethics of personal defense for citizens and capital punishment for murderers was in the Old West sustained in the principles of the Bible. The Protestant (or evangelical) ethics governed largely American society in the 18th century. The innocent man had the Bible in one hand and a pistol in the other.
In Rio, even though the number of evangelical and Christians is enormous, there is no ethics influencing the laws to give citizens the right of defending themselves or remove from criminals their existence of murderous activities. In Brazil in general and in Rio in particular, in their hands innocent men may only have the Bible, being left in all the murderers’ hands the pistols, rifles, machine guns, etc.
In the Wild West, criminals were faced by the bullets from citizens themselves, who had their rifles ready for ferocious resistance to crime.
In Rio, citizens hide themselves from bullets whenever they are able. When they are not, they are hit, even by stray bullets.
In the Old West, it was enough just one murder for an outlaw — whether he was adult or adolescent — to be hung. There were neither ECA (Statute of the Child and of the Adolescent, a Brazilian legislation complying with the United Nations Children’s Rights Convention) nor advocates for the criminals’ rights.
In Rio, criminals contend for the position of biggest murderer, and adolescent murderers are never sent to jail, having guaranteed their rights by ECA to kill how many citizens they want. With the age of 18, ECA guarantees their release from rehab institutions, with a totally clean record, as if they had never killed a fly in their lifetime. Is any surprise then that in Rio there are many advocates for the criminals’ rights, richly paid with taxpayer money?
In the Old West, an outlaw had to think twice before attacking an innocent man, for him not to end with a bullet in the middle of his forehead.
In Rio, an outlaw doesn’t need to think, because only his victims end with a bullet in the middle of their forehead.
In the Wild West, hanging was a murderer’s sure destiny.
In Rio, death is the murderers’ victims’ destiny, and murderers may opt for hanging, tortures and any other sadism that they want to apply to their victims.
Between the Wild West and Rio, I would prefer the Old West. There at least I would be able to defend myself.
And I am sure that nobody in the Old West would choose Rio, a truly wonderful city for all kinds of crimes.
An American from the Old West in Rio would automatically lose his weapon and his right to defend himself and defend his family, being completely exposed to heavily-armed criminals. If in a case of criminal aggression against his life he in an “unfortunate” act were able to take from the criminal his weapon and execute him, he would automatically be condemned by human rights groups, always ready to punish any action by citizens that are able to dispatch a criminal.
There are also the television networks, which denounce any indelicate attitude against criminals, guaranteeing in this way their safety and “human rights”.
In the Old West, there was equality. Outlaws were armed. But all of citizens also were armed. They were armed criminals against armed citizens.
In Rio, inequality is total. For the outlaws’ huge happiness, only they are armed. They are strongly armed criminals against a strongly unarmed population, where a murderer feels like a fox free in the hen house. That hen house might be called Rio, or even Brazil.
While murderers in Rio torture and kill innocent people, a victim that is able to repay ten percent to the criminal is condemned as a human rights offender. So Rio has become a hell.
If the Old West looked like Rio, it would be a hell for innocent people and a wonderful place for murderers.
However, the Wild West was not like Rio, so that cowboys would say, “Fortunately we are not in Rio!”
For the sake of justice and innocent people, I would say, “What a pity that Rio is not like the Old West!”
Note: That text was reviewed by a friend whose ancestors lived in the Old West. For generations, his family has had weapons. He himself has had an AK-47, but as a Christian, he told me that he would not use it for defending himself, but to defend his family and others. Brazilian citizens are not allowed to own an AK-47 or less powerful weapons. Yet, Brazilian criminals have much more powerful weapons than AK-47!
Portuguese version of this article: O Rio e o Velho Oeste
Spanish version of this article: Rio de Janeiro y el Viejo Oeste

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Homolatry: VIP victims in the pervasive violence in Brazil

Homolatry: VIP victims in the pervasive violence in Brazil

Homosexuality is increasingly becoming guarantee against impunity and police negligence

By Julio Severo
A murdered man in the street. Police did their investigative duty on the crime scene and report to their chief, who asks them, “Was the victim a homosexual?”
Because the answer is negative, the chief says, “So throw this case into the statistics of the over 50,000 Brazilians killed every year.”
This is so not because police is an impunity lover. With dozens of thousands murders happening, it is hard for a few ill-paid and ill-trained policemen to solve so many crimes. They are able to pay attention only to the cases in the media spotlight.
In 2007, Gabriel Kuhn, a 12-year-old Brazilian boy, was raped and, while he was still alive, had his legs torn away. He died from massive hemorrhage, but his case has never made headlines. A common crime — rape, live dismemberment and murder of a boy — does not draw so much media attention as the case of a gay suffering an assault.
The fad is, because of the pressures from the homolatrous movement, to remove from the black cloud of indifference only incidents where homosexuals suffer scratches, assaults and murders — or even, as it often happens, those that merely felt that they were insulted. The Brazilian anti-“homophobia” bill PLC 122/06, for example, punishes the author of a simples “insult” against homosexual acts with so a heavy penalty as a child rapist suffers.
In the crime ranking, homosexual acts entitle a victim not to be treated with the same disregard as all the other victims are treated.
The impunity hitting crimes against babies, boys, girls, men and women is losing its power when the victim is addicted to those shameless privileged acts, because lawgivers, journalists and human rights groups put homosexual adherents in the category of individuals deserving VIP attention.
If you are homosexual, there are now special “human rights” police stations, where you have a personalized reception. There is a gay emergency telephone number, for you to use and abuse, reporting as “homophobic” even the neighbor’s dog that annoys with its ceaseless barking. If you are not gay, you will have to join the populace and take your place in the line of public reception. After all, the gay profile is economically higher and this moneyed class cannot get involved with common people. An involvement only happens when a big rich gay pursues a big poor young man or boy to offer gifts in exchange of “that”.
Yet, homosexuals are not preferentially targeted for assassination. If they were, there would be dozens of thousands of them losing their lives every year. Those really losing their lives by thousands are common Brazilians that, from 1980 to 2005, suffered a shocking 800,000 murders. So you ask the question, “How have I never heard about it?” Simple answer: they were not gay.
In this same period of 25 years, 2,511 Brazilian homosexuals were murdered, according to information from the Gay Group of Bahia, founded by Luiz Mott. This small number may include also incidents where the main crime cause is the irrational passion of a lover of the victim. Besides, the murder of homosexuals that frequent, at 2 am, environments of drugs, prostitution and criminality is overvalued and over-made up.
Even though homosexual victims are not even 1% of the 800,000 murdered Brazilians, they have become the main stars in the “show”. It is as if homosexuals had a sum of 800,000 victims, and all the other Brazilians were not more than 2,000 murdered.
Yearly, 122 homosexuals are murdered, or one every three days, according to the claim of Mr. Luiz Mott. By contrast, yearly 50,000 Brazilians are murdered, 414 every three days, or 138 every day. It means that the number of Brazilians murdered daily is higher than the total sum of homosexuals murdered yearly, indicating, in the words of Solano Portela, that “the best way for one to escape alive in Brazil is by becoming gay”.
Murdered homosexuals are mostly transvestites, according to Oswaldo Braga, president of the Gay Movement of Minas, who declared, “They are homosexuals that are more involved in criminality, as prostitution and drug trafficking, being more exposed to violence”. (Tribuna de Minas, 09/03/2007, page 3.)
I don’t understand why transvestites and other homosexuals, who choose environments of criminality and prostitution, do not suffer a very larger proportion of murders. Could it be that now criminals are also afraid of being accused of “homophobic”?
Certain attitudes of the disturbed homosexual (our definition of homosexual is a man giving or receiving penis in his anus) are now an integral part of the propaganda that treats as “homocaust” (holocaust of homosexuals) the 122 homosexuals murdered yearly in Brazil. This homocaust actually adds up a very low proportion that comes into collision with the vast picture of all the other murdered Brazilians. But the biggest reality is prevailed by the smaller reality at the expense of those typical attitudes of a garish gay, as lies, intrigues, showing-off and gossip, sophistically masked in propaganda language.
With the pressure and oppression from the Gaystapo on the media, what chances do most victims (who are treated as fifth-class citizens) have before the “first-class victims”?
The homolatrine agenda throws truth out and exalts homolatry above all and any statistics and social reality, prevailing by the sheer stir.
Yet, if homosexuals are really 10% of the Brazilian population, as the gay groups in Brazil say, where are the 80,000 murdered in the period of 25 years? If they are 5%, where are the 40,000 murdered homosexuals? If they are only 1%, where are the 8,000 murdered?
With all the media holophotes in the small number of homosexual victims, impunity is bound to increase for all the Brazilians, because more attention and police protection for homosexuals means less attention and police protection for all citizens.
Crimes now will be protected from impunity according to the victim’s homolatry. Is the man assaulted a gay? The culprit will be found guilty and sent to jail, with no chance to escape. Is the victim not gay? Then police is too busy to investigate, giving the culprit the chance to breathe a sigh of relief. It is the ideologization and idiotization of the punitive system. It is the homolatry privileging those paying homage to anus.
Do you want an assault or murder case in your locality to receive attention from the press, politicians and police? In a society immersed in homolatrine, you are left only with the option to claim that the victim is gay. In the incident of the boy Gabriel Kuhn, who was raped and dismembered live, his case would be remembered regularly in all the TV channels and in the Congress — if the criminal were not a homosexual. And there are thousands of other cases of raped boys that do not make headlines, because the rapist is homosexual.
When the victim is homosexual, holophotes. The “cause” of the crime is “homophobia” and no more questions admitted. Each “homophobic” incident becomes reason for garish campaigns for bills to protect first-class perverts as if they were first-class victims.
When the offender is homosexual, manipulation, forgery and cover-up, protecting homosexual acts from dishonor. The “cause” of the crime is a mystery! Everything and everyone are to be blamed, except the so-called “sex orientation”.
The homolatrine agenda grants VIP attentions for homosexual victims and impunity for homosexuals that commit insanities. Luiz Mott, the most important leader in the Brazilian homosexual movement, has been under the accusation of defending pedophilia, while homosexual Denílson Lopes, a university professor, has brazenly defended sex with children. Besides, a Brazilian movie promoted openly homosexual sex among boys. In each of these cases, Brazilian authorities have never taken any measures. Yet, if a minister or priest had said just 10% of what Mott and Lopes said about sex with children, they would rightly be jailed and totally demoralized in the media.
In the pervasive violence ravaging everyone in Brazil, homolatry now makes all the difference when deciding which victims are to receive positive media attention or which offenders are to get impunity.
Portuguese version of this article: Homolatria: As vítimas VIP da violência no Brasil
See here, in English, the complete anti-“homophobia” bill in the Brazilian Congress.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Pope Calls Upon Brazilian Bishops to Speak out against Abortion as Election Approaches

Pope Calls Upon Brazilian Bishops to Speak out against Abortion as Election Approaches

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, Latin America Correspondent
VATICAN CITY, October 28, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Pope Benedict XVI is telling Brazil's Catholic bishops to speak out against ideologies that justify abortion, only days before a hotly contested presidential election in which the frontrunner has been accused of supporting the decriminalization of abortion.
In a speech delivered to a group of Brazilian prelates present in Rome for a regularly-scheduled visit, Benedict stated that "in defending life we should not fear opposition and unpopularity, refusing any compromise and ambiguity that conforms us to the mentality of this world."
Calling abortion "an intrinsically evil act" that is "morally unacceptable and incompatible with the dignity of people," the pope added that "when political projects contemplate, openly or in veiled fashion, the decriminalization of abortion or euthanasia, the democratic ideal -- which is only truly such when it recognizes and safeguards the dignity of every human person -- is betrayed at its foundation."
"Any defense of political, economic, and social human rights that does not include the energetic defense of the right to life from conception to natural death is totally false and illusory," the pope also said.
The pope's words are likely to be read as an affirmation of Brazilian bishops and other religious leaders who have raised their voices in recent weeks against the ruling Labor Party and its frontrunner presidential candidate, Dilma Rousseff.
Rousseff and the Labor Party have publicly endorsed the decriminalization of abortion in Brazil, but during the election Rousseff has backpedaled from her previous stance. She now says that she is "personally against" abortion and even calls it an act of "violence" against women.  She has signed a public statement stating her personal opposition to decriminalizing abortion, but has refused to say that she will veto pro-abortion legislation.
The vocal and very explicit opposition of some bishops in the Brazilian episcopate such as Luiz Gonzaga Bergonzini of the diocese of Guarulhos, has been denounced by other Catholic bishops, one of whom accused Gonzaga Bergonzini of violating campaign laws. His letter encouraging people to vote against the Labor Party was removed by the National Conference of Brazilian Bishops from its website during the campaign.  The pope's words are likely to bolster such prelates in their conflict with their more timid colleagues.
Previous LifeSiteNews coverage:
Pro-Abort Frontrunner for Brazilian Presidency Fights Rising Tide of Pro-Life Sentiment
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10101401.html
YouTube Censors Pro-Life Sermon Seen by Millions of Brazilians
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10100701.html
Brazilian Government Threatens Catholic Church over Opposition to Pro-Abort Presidential Candidate
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10100809.html
Brazilian Presidential Front Runner Declares Herself 'Personally Against' Abortion
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/sep/10093001.html
Brazilian Pastor Threatened by Government for Opposing Pro-Abortion Policies
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/sep/10091713.html
Divulgation: www.lastdayswatchman.blogspot.com

Monday, October 18, 2010

Former Brazilian Soldiers Say they Were Forced to Have Sex with Homosexual Superior

Former Brazilian Soldiers Say they Were Forced to Have Sex with Homosexual Superior

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, Latin America Correspondent
MARABÁ, Brazil, October 14, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) — A group of former Brazilian soldiers say that a lieutenant colonel sexually harassed and forced recruits to engage in sex acts with him in order to continue their military careers, according to the Brazilian television network R7.
However, despite photographic and video evidence, formal complaints by six soldiers, and numerous witnesses interviewed by R7, the Brazilian military denies that evidence implicating the colonel exists.
Following the initial complaints in 2009, Alberto Almeida was promoted from the rank of major to lieutenant colonel and put in charge of a local hospital, where he also engaged in sexual harassment and misbehavior, according to witnesses.
Soldiers who worked under Almeida say that the colonel attempted to kiss them on the mouth and touch their genitals, and repeatedly invited them to his home.  He is also accused of holding parties for young recruits at an isolated beach known as a hangout for couples, and inducing them to have sexual intercourse in exchange for career benefits.
Video supplied to R7 shows one of the beach parties, where Almeida is shown in a bathing suit opening the flap of a tent where soldiers are sleeping together, and making sexual insinuations.  Fifteen recruits reportedly participated in the outing. Other photos show Almeida dressed as a woman and embracing young soldiers, one of whom is dressed as a fairy, in sexually suggestive ways.
In addition to two male soldiers who say they suffered harassment under Almeida, R7 interviewed other witnesses who worked at the hospital, including a female soldier who was discharged from the military for insubordination following her own complaint against Almeida.
“The whole world knows" about the behavior of Almeida, former Sergeant Rubenice Dias Martins told R7, "but no one has the courage to tell the truth, out of fear of being persecuted, and even of being fired."
She is now seeking legal recourse against the military, and wants to be restored to her previous position.
"I don't have anything to be ashamed of," said Dias Martins. "They are the ones who should be ashamed."
Click here to see original video report by R7 (in Portuguese).
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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Brazilian Presidential Frontrunner Signs Pledge Not to Decriminalize Abortion

Brazilian Presidential Frontrunner Signs Pledge Not to Decriminalize Abortion

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, Latin America Correspondent
BRASILIA, October 15, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Besieged over the her past support for abortion and homosexuality, and slipping in the polls, Brazilian presidential frontrunner Dilma Rousseff has signed a public statement claiming to be "personally against abortion," and pledging not to "take the initiative to propose alterations of points that have to do with abortion legislation and other topics concerning the family and the free expression of any religion in the country."
The statement comes after Rousseff unexpectedly lost the first round of voting in the presidential election, a defeat widely attributed to her party's pro-abortion and homosexualist activism, which includes measures to decriminalize abortion and prohibit statements condemning homosexual behavior as "discriminatory."
Following a massive internet campaign by Evangelical Protestants and Catholics against Rousseff and her Labor Party, Rousseff finds herself unexpectedly facing a runoff against Social Democrat José Serra, and her lead has dropped from 13% to only five percent.
Although Rousseff's signed pledge may placate some, its carefully nuanced wording is likely to raise even more questions.  Her statement does not promise to oppose pro-abortion and anti-family measures, confining itself to an assurance that Rousseff will not propose such changes herself.
However, the fact that Rousseff has been forced to buck her own party and sign the pledge is an indication of the strength of pro-life and pro-family sentiment in Brazil. Recent polls have indicated a large and growing majority of over 70% against any changes to existing legislation regarding abortion, which withholds criminal penalties only in rape cases and danger to the life of the mother. 
Previous LifeSiteNews coverage:
Pro-Abort Frontrunner for Brazilian Presidency Fights Rising Tide of Pro-Life Sentiment
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10101401.html
YouTube Censors Pro-Life Sermon Seen by Millions of Brazilians
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10100701.html
Brazilian Government Threatens Catholic Church over Opposition to Pro-Abort Presidential Candidate
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/oct/10100809.html
Brazilian Presidential Front Runner Declares Herself 'Personally Against' Abortion
http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2010/sep/10093001.html