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sábado, 4 de outubro de 2014
CARTA ABERTA AO SENADOR E CANDIDATO À PRESIDÊNCIA DA REPÚBLICA, AÉCIO NEVES DA CUNHA e Florentino Cardoso Presidente da AMB Vota em Aécio
CARTA ABERTA AO SENADOR E CANDIDATO À PRESIDÊNCIA DA REPÚBLICA, AÉCIO NEVES DA CUNHA
Exmo.Sr.Senador Aécio Neves,
Ao cumprimentá-lo pela passagem para o segundo turno das eleições venho, representando os 14.000 membros do Grupo de Facebook Inglourious Doctor, declarar abertamente nosso apoio ao senhor numa campanha em que terá como adversário o “retrato do mal em si”.
Sabemos, senador Aécio, que muito mais do que o cargo para presidente, é o futuro das pessoas de bem que agora se encontra em jogo no Brasil. Desde 2003 estamos convivendo com os apóstolos da liberação das drogas, dos acordos com o narcotráfico, do aborto, do casamento gay e do alinhamento internacional com forças genocidas como a Al Qaeda, o Regime da Coréia do Norte, da China e do Estado Islâmico do Iraque e da Síria. Todas essas pessoas se reúnem sob a sigla PT (Partido dos Trabalhadores) – a mais corrupta, assassina, e estelionatária organização da história política brasileira que, sob as ordens do Foro de São Paulo, nos quer levar em direção ao regime cubano.
Senhor senador, há 20 anos sou médico, vi minha profissão ser destruída por colegas petistas que não tiveram dúvida em jogar nossa história na lata de lixo e pago hoje pessoalmente o preço de enfrentar essa gente aqui em Porto Alegre. Desde 2013 venho denuciando a farsa do Programa Mais Médicos e eu o tenho feito através do Blog Ataque Aberto, em artigos na Revista VEJA, no próprio grupo de facebook que acima mencionei, na primeira web radio conservadora do Brasil – a Rádio Vox – e na minha atividade diária. Devo dizer ao senhor que há anos venho anulando meu voto mas que, devido à gravidade do panorama político, não tenho dúvidas agora em oferecê-lo ao senhor no segundo turno como já o fiz no primeiro. Jamais fui filiado a partido político algum e longe estou de aceitar as teses do PSDB bem como sua visão de poder como um todo, mas nada me resta a fazer senão subscrevê-los no sentindo de evitar a permanência no poder dos marginais petistas que estão destruindo nossa nação. Comigo estão mais de 14.000 brasileiros que, comungando da mesma posição, acreditam na necessidade urgente de varrer do poder as forças que nos levam no caminho de uma ruptura constitucional completa, de uma crise econômica sem precedentes e de uma falência das nossas instituições. Jamais em toda minha vida escrevi nada em benefício de político algum. Abro agora essa exceção, digna de mais um entre tantos milhões de brasileiros desesperados com o futuro que espera seus filhos, e despeço-me desejando ao senhor nossos melhores votos e a esperança da justa vitória.
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Porto Alegre, 5 de outubro de 2014.
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Brazil’s Petrobras: Tarred by corruption
By Joe Leahy and Samantha Pearson
An investigation into the state oil company has tarnished political reputations
After years of allegedly secret dealings, the men at the centre of what is potentially Brazil’s biggest corruption case made a careless mistake.
In May 2013, convicted black market money dealer Alberto Youssef bought through third parties a luxury car for his friend and alleged accomplice, Paulo Roberto Costa, a former executive at state-oil company Petrobras.
But while negotiating the purchase of the R$250,000 ($110,000) Range Rover Evoque in São Paulo, they put their names together on a seemingly harmless document: a proof of address. It was the only occasion in the mountains of police investigation documents seen by the Financial Times they voluntarily appeared together.
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Federal police swooped. They raided the home of Mr Costa, confiscating the Evoque and more than half a million dollars of cash. Prosecutors allege that the wider extent of corruption that affects Petrobras, including bribes and underhand political donations, amounts to more than R$1bn in inflated contracts. In the process, the police helped throw open Brazil’s October election, turning it from what looked like a one-horse race for President Dilma Rousseff to the closest contest in recent history. As the former chairwoman of Petrobras, the claims threaten Ms Rousseff’s reputation as a capable technocrat. Prosecutors allege the company was used for extensive political donations.
A task force of federal public prosecutors in the state of Paraná, which is leading the probe, said: “The suspects . . . converted R$250,000 extracted from corruption and abuse of public office at Petrobras into a legitimate asset through the purchase of the Land Rover.”
Mr Youssef’s lawyers said the vehicle purchase was not illegal and Mr Costa’s lawyers added that the vehicle was payment for bona fide consultancy services provided to Mr Youssef. Both men are in custody facing charges of money laundering, corruption and abuse of public office.
Brazilians are appalled at accusations that criminals had infiltrated Petrobras, their country’s biggest company, a national icon and a global leader in ultra deepwater oil exploration. The company reported net profit last year of R$23.6bn with production of 2.54m barrels of oil equivalent a day. Petrobras is seen as so important that both the lower house and the Senate have launched inquiries.
“This scandal has contributed greatly to the fall in the popularity of the president,” says Senator Álvaro Dias, of the opposition PSDB, who is participating in one of the congressional inquiries into the case. The president’s approval rating has fallen from above 60 per cent early last year to less than 40 per cent. But Ms Rousseff’s ruling Workers’ party (PT) dismisses claims that Petrobras’s problems have damaged her chances of winning a second term, saying the president has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the scandals.
Beyond party politics, however, the controversy has highlighted what analysts say is a dangerous flaw in Brazil’s national institutions: the ease with which politicians are able to use state companies as a source of illicit campaign funds. “The truth is most parties try to use state-owned enterprises for their benefit,” said Sérgio Lazzarini, a professor at business school, Insper, in São Paulo.
The Petrobras project at the centre of the scandal involving Mr Costa and Mr Youssef is a refinery near Abreu e Lima in north-eastern Brazil.
A square in the small town features two statues, one honouring José Inácio de Abreu e Lima, a revolutionary who left Recife and fought for independence in Venezuela and Colombia. The other is of the Venezuelan general Simón Bolívar, his comrade and another of the continent’s independence heroes. “I guess one must be Abreu and the other is Lima,” says Francisco de Oliveira, a 21-year-old bricklayer, leaning on the monument.
But if the town’s residents seem oblivious to the Brazilian freedom fighter, the Petrobras refinery project has also done little to honour his memory. Envisioned as a partnership between Brazil and Venezuela, the project has become the focus of a police investigation into money laundering, known as Lava Jato, or “Jumbo Wash”, in which Mr Youssef and Mr Costa have been implicated.
In 2006, when the project began construction, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Ms Rousseff’s predecessor and mentor, was pictured with the late Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez shaking hands at the site. The refinery was meant to be a business joint venture that would process Venezuela’s heavy crude. But Caracas never put a cent into it: even the anti-capitalist Chávez was put off by its escalating costs, former Petrobras executives joke.
From an original budget of $2.5bn, the cost of the 230,000 barrels-a-day refinery soared to $20bn, or $87,000 per barrel of refining capacity. This makes it one of the most expensive ever built, analysts say. The international average cost is between $13,000 and $39,000, according to an estimate from Credit Suisse.
Although a listed company, Petrobras has always been politicised. But oil executives say Mr Lula da Silva and his allies deepened the practice, assigning a larger number of senior positions to political appointees, from the former chief executive José Sergio Gabrielli, a PT member, to Mr Costa, regarded as a representative of the pro-government Progressive party.
“The PT saw . . . that Petrobras could be a great instrument to preserve power,” says Adriano Pires, founder of the Brazilian Centre of Infrastructure, a research company.
The PT rejects such arguments, saying it is just opposition electioneering that irresponsibly taints the reputation of Petrobras. Mr Costa’s lawyer said while he might have had political support, he was a career Petrobras engineer appointed on merit.
It was also from around 2006 that Petrobras embarked on a series of transactions that are now the subject of corruption investigations. These include accusations that it overpaid for a refinery in Pasadena in the US, paying a sum 28 times greater than the original owner, Belgian company Astra, paid for it. Brazil’s TCU – or federal accounts watchdog – ordered the former board of Petrobras to return $792.3m to the company that it calculated as the losses from the $1.18bn Pasadena transaction.
But by far the biggest concern is the Abreu e Lima refinery. According to the prosecutors, the Lavo Jato investigation began as a probe into suspected money laundering by the late José Mohamed Janene, a PP politician. In the process, police discovered fraudulent transactions committed between 2009 and 2013, allegedly by Mr Youssef and Petrobras’s Mr Costa.
Police suspect Mr Youssef to be “the biggest doleiro in national history”, according to an investigation dossier, using the Portuguese term for black market money dealer. He was convicted for financial crimes in 2004.
Mr Costa was appointed Petrobras’ director of fuel supply in 2004 and became the executive responsible for refineries in 2008. Prosecution documents allege Mr Youssef, Mr Costa and conspirators hatched myriad shell company schemes to skim money from Petrobras and then “wash” it by sending it offshore.
“We have indications that Paulo Roberto [Mr Costa] transferred more than $400m offshore through foreign exchange contracts,” says public prosecutor Carlos Fernando Santos Lima.
The prosecution cites, as one example, findings by TCU that contracts awarded to one builder, identified as Consórcio Nacional Camargo Corrêa, were inflated in value by as much as R$446m. This company had in turn contracted two others, Sanko Sider and Sanko Serviços, to supply materials and services, paying them R$113m over four years.
These two, in turn, paid R$26m to an alleged shell company, MO Consultoria, controlled by Mr Youssef, and other undisclosed sums to another of his alleged shells, GFD. This money then allegedly made its way offshore.
CNCC told the FT in response to the allegations that it won its contracts through legitimate public tenders. It said it was co-operating with investigators. A spokesman for the Sanko companies said all transactions were legitimate and made through the conventional banking system. He added that the companies were assisting the investigation.
Prosecutors allege evidence seized from Mr Costa indicated he negotiated with Petrobras’s contractors to make political donations. They point to a document in which he wrote the names of six big Petrobras contractors that donated a total of R$35.3m to parties in the governing coalition during the 2010 election. Prosecutors allege the document could be “treated as a spreadsheet for possible campaign donations, in which Mr Costa acted as an intermediary for these contributions with companies that had contracts with Petrobras”.
Mr Costa’s lawyers said the prosecutors’ accusations against him are baseless “assumptions”. They also said there was no evidence of inflating of contracts. “The criteria adopted by the prosecution are contestable and this will become clear as the case progresses.” Mr Youseff also denies the allegations, his lawyers said.
PT politicians also said it was too early to draw conclusions about political donations. They said Petrobras’s problem is its commercial independence and ability to award contracts without the open tenders that would be required of a public ministry.
Congressman Marco Maia, who is leading a lower house congressional inquiry, said lawmakers would review Petrobras’s procurement processes to make them more accountable. “We will change the legislation and democratise the procurement and information-sharing process of Petrobras.”
At the Abreu e Lima refinery, rain clouds are clearing and workers trudge back through the thick red mud of the construction site. A cleaner says many workers “vanish as soon as it rains”, explaining the delays in the project.
Like the refinery project, mud from the Abreu e Lima scandal has splattered Ms Rousseff’s election campaign, damaging her reputation as a competent manager.
But analysts doubt that much of it will stick to her. She was recently cleared by the TCU of wrongdoing in the Pasadena scandal. She has also installed career Petrobras engineer, Maria das Graças Foster, as CEO, who has “cleaned out” most of the political appointees, former Petrobras executives say.
“Petrobras will continue to be a negative source of news for her during the election but the key risk factor for her is a weakening economy,” says João Augusto de Castro Neves of Eurasia Group, a consultancy.
More worrying for Brazil is the apparent propensity of state-owned companies to be used by politicians intent on financing their campaigns. Furnas, the federal power company, has also been embroiled in corruption allegations linked to the 2002 elections which the former managers of the company have previously denied.
A tougher anti-corruption law could help but enforcement will be vital. Brazil’s convoluted legal system often allows those with good lawyers to avoid jail. “This new law is a good thing but our track record of punishment is not very bright,” said Mr Lazzarini of Insper.
One man who seemed to understand the problem of endemic corruption was Mr Costa. In a notebook seized by police from his home, he jotted down a quote from Millôr Fernandes, the Brazilian writer, that captured the cynicism many feel about the country’s politics.
“Rooting out corruption is the ultimate goal of those who have not yet come to power,” he scrawled.
Additional reporting by Thalita Carrico
The killer fish adding to a port’s woes
Making small talk in Brazil typically involves discussing football or the traffic but in the northeastern city of Recife, shark attack anecdotes are a popular icebreaker,writes Samantha Pearson.
There is the tale of the surfer whose wife divorced him after a shark bit off both his arms or the teenage girl who had four heart attacks when her foot was left hanging by a thread.
From shop workers to hotel concierges, everyone has a story to tell about the killer fish that have been responsible for gruesome injuries and at least one death a year for the past two decades.
“I’m not scared – I still swim here all the time,” boasts one man on Recife’s main beach, ignoring placards advising bathers not to enter the water, especially when they are drunk, wearing shiny objects or during a full moon.
But Recife has not always resembled the setting of one of Gabriel García Márquez’s magic realism novels. Researchers say the shark attacks began in the early 1990s after the construction of the nearby Suape port, the 13,500-hectare industrial complex that is home to Petrobras’s Abreu e Lima refinery.
“The intensification of maritime traffic and the impact of the port’s construction on the ecosystem have been identified as the main causes of this outbreak of attacks,” says Fábio Hazin, a professor at the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco.
Sharks like to follow the ships, probably because many vessels discard waste food into the sea. They are then pulled by the current towards Recife’s main beach, where they mistake humans for prey, says Professor Hazin.
For critics of Petrobras’s Abreu e Lima refinery, which is embroiled in corruption allegations, the shark attacks and environmental concerns over Suape have been yet another reason to object to the state-controlled oil company’s project.
“Sustainability is not a concept that was central to [Suape],” according to the non-profit organisation, Instituto Ethos. “Now we have to compensate for and fix the consequences of the measures that were taken.”
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Postado por AMETHYST às 20:23
quinta-feira, 2 de outubro de 2014
CHECK OUT "Mark Ruffalo - the Hollywood actor best known for playing the Hulk - has waded into Brazilian politics to endorse a presidential candidate, only to reverse his position the following day"
Mark Ruffalo - the Hollywood actor best known for playing the Hulk - has waded into Brazilian politics to endorse a presidential candidate, only to reverse his position the following day.
The Hulk actor isn't a regular pundit on South American electoral races. But on Sunday he chose to join the debate in Brazil, kick-starting an unusual chain of events that played out over social media.
"Marina Silva is probably one of the most interesting and exciting politicians on the world stage today," he said in a YouTube video, endorsing the presidential candidate.
The video touched a nerve with legions of gay rights campaigners in Brazil. They started tweeting Ruffalo urging him not to back a candidate they said did not support gay marriage. "I hope you're just misinformed. Read more about it please," asked one.
Ruffalo soon replied. "Thank you, I am looking into it. I can not support a homophobic," he said, and asked Silva directly on Twitter: "Are you pro marriage equality?"
An aide tweeted back from her account to say that she was, posting a link to her manifesto which pledges support for they gay community. But many of her political opponents chose to keep the conversation going. "Nope," and "NÃO," they tweeted back. Some claimed that they doubted the manifesto reflected her true intentions. The actor's name began trending in Brazil, and has appeared some 20,000 times in the last two days.
Eventually, Ruffalo declared his position. "It has come to my attention that the Brazilian Candidate for President, Marina Silva, may be against gay marriage... It is a little bit murky and unclear presently," he said on his Tumblr blog. "I have to apologise for not doing a better job of vetting this decision." Until Silva clarified her views, he wrote, "my support is null and void."
Silva is one of three leading candidates for the presidency in Sunday's election. Born into a poverty in a small village, she worked on a rubber tree plantation and as a housemaid before making her way into politics. She hopes to usurp the country's current president - Dilma Rousseff - whose incumbent left-wing Workers Party has held power for almost 12 years, but has recently been beset by a string of corruption scandals. Along with Aecio Neves - who leads the centrist PSDB party - all the candidates have signalled their support for gay rights, though doubts remain about whether they will prioritise the issue after the election.
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Postado por AMETHYST às 18:02
quarta-feira, 1 de outubro de 2014
PERSONALITIES’ REFUSALS TO MARINA SILVA
It has come to my attention that the Brazilian Candidate for President, Marina Silva, may be against gay marriage. That would put me in direct conflict with her. As you know I have fought for marriage equality in my country and see it as a reflection of the quality of a candidate. I did not know this was her stand on this issue when I made the video supporting her. I only saw her debate where she said she supported gay marriage and have come to find out after the fact that her party has pulled her support of this issue. I can not, in good conscience, support a candidate who takes a hard right approach to issues such as Gay Marriage and Reproductive rights even if that candidate is willing to do the right thing on environmental issues.
I am not an expert on Brazilian politics but I can say that Women’s Rights, Gay Rights and Environmental Rights are all part in parcel to a kind of world view that I ascribe to. To have a world view that does not include all three of those positions makes it impossible for me to endorse a particular candidate.
I have to apologize for not doing a better job of vetting this decision. I apologize if I have let anyone down or made them feel somehow I had done an about face on those issues that I clearly have made an effort to confront and fight.
At this time it would be good to know definitively where Candidate Silva stands on these issues and in no uncertain terms. It is a little bit murky and unclear presently. Until that time, based on what I have been able to glean from the few posts here, and what is available on the internet, I am withdrawing my endorsement. I would ask that her campaign would not use my video endorsement until they either state their support for gay marriage and the reproductive rights of women or make it clear where they stand on these important issues. Short of that my support is null and void.
I apologize to the Silva campaign for not having a better handle on their policies and creating this inconvenience. I was disappointed to see her support for gay marriage be dropped by her party the day after she gave it in a speech. I ask that you honor my wishes in good faith.
Ator Mark Ruffalo retira apoio a Marina Silva
Um dia depois de gravar um vídeo de apoio à candidatura à Presidência de Marina Silva, do PSB, o ator norte-americano Mark Ruffalo, que interpretou Hulk na série de filmes "Vingadores", retirou seu apoio a Marina, após "tomar conhecimento" de que a evangélica da Assembleia de Deus é contra o casamento gay e os direitos reprodutivos da mulher; "Não posso, em sã consciência, apoiar um candidato que tem uma abordagem dura em relação a questões como o casamento entre homossexuais e os direitos reprodutivos, mesmo que o candidato esteja disposto a fazer a coisa certa sobre as questões ambientais", escreveu o ator
29 de Setembro de 2014 às 21:34
247 - Um dia depois de gravar um vídeo de apoio à candidatura à Presidência de Marina Silva, do PSB, o ator norte-americano Mark Ruffalo, que interpretou Hulk na série de filmes "Vingadores", retirou seu apoio a Marina, após "tomar conhecimento" de que a evangélica da Assembleia de Deus é contra o casamento gay e os direitos reprodutivos da mulher.
No texto divulgado nesta segunda-feira em seu Tumblr oficial, o ator diz que não sabia sobre sua posição ao gravar o vídeo. "(...) só vi o seu debate, onde ela disse que apoiou o casamento gay, e vim a descobrir depois o fato de que seu partido retirou o apoio a esta questão. Eu não posso, em sã consciência, apoiar um candidato que tem uma abordagem dura em relação a questões como o casamento entre homossexuais e os direitos reprodutivos, mesmo que o candidato esteja disposto a fazer a coisa certa sobre as questões ambientais", escreveu o ator.
No vídeo, divulgado pela campanha de Marina nas redes sociais nesse domingo, 28, Ruffalo diz que a candidata é uma das "mais interessantes e animadoras pessoas no cenário político mundial, hoje em dia". Ruffalo também diz que Marina representa um "entendimento de um novo tipo de paradigma no mundo". "Existe um clamor no mundo por alguém que está disposto a ter a coragem e a força para mudar isso", e Marina "é uma dessas pessoas muito muito especiais".
O ator também disse em seu texto não ser especialista em política brasileira mas que os "direitos das mulheres, direitos dos homossexuais e os direitos ambientais" fazem parte do seu conjunto de visão de mundo e que fica impossível para ele endossar um candidato em particular que não tenha essa mesma visão das três questões.
Quanto aos direitos reprodutivos da mulher citado pelo ator, Marina sempre se declarou contra o aborto. No perfil oficial da candidata, a campanha de Marina respondeu em inglês a Ruffalo que não é verdade que ela seja contra o casamento gay, que o apoio a união entre homossexuais está em seu programa de governo e postou o link para ao site com o documento. "Além disso, @markruffalo, você precisa saber que as eleições brasileiras estão tendo uma enxurada de mentiras e essa é outra sobre Marina", tuitou a campanha.
Ruffalo, então, pediu para que fosse enviado a ele o programa em inglês e questionou se ela era a favor do casamento entre pessoas do mesmo sexo. Até o momento, a candidata não respondeu o ator.
VERISSIMO EXPLAINS THE reasons to why not vote for
why not vote for MARINA
The writer Luis Fernando Verissimo from Rio Grande do Sul State. Photo: Neco Varella
Do not imagine that Malafaia and other evangelical bishops would have the same power in the government who had on the wording of the principles of candidate
The comparison of the Marina with fore Presidents Quadros and Collor is a free demonstration, but if she would be elected, she will enter the list of our exotic presidents - which does not mean it will have the same fate as the others. Female, black, with a most admirable overcoming personal story of her origin even more remarkable than that of Lula, she would, in government, at least one international curiosity, and perhaps a surprise. I find it difficult to survive all her characteristic contradictions and get there, but in Brazil, definitely, you can never say you've seen that, you can imagine everything that may happen. We are quite slaves to eccentric.
The influence of religion in a hypothetical Marina management is debatable. Do not imagine that the bishop Malafaia and other evangelical bishops would have the same power in the government who had on the wording of the principles of candidate forced to change some not to be displease them. And what does it mean to have an evangelical government rather than a Catholic or like “Umbanda” religion government? Obscurantism by obscurantism, would mean the same. Another oddity of the moment – related to “ Exclusively happens only in Brazil" – and in fact there is a paradox related to her in the same time she is the most revolutionary and conservative candidate at the same time.
The almost universal approval of gay marriage is becoming obsolete this issue, that means annoyed, but other issues clashed with religious principles, such as the release of abortion and stem cell research, affect the life and death of millions of people. It is impossible to know how many women have died in illegal abortions clandestine clinics by direct fault of the prohibition of the use of condoms by the Vatican, for example.
It doesn’t make no difference to me, for you and for our everyday if God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh because He was not of iron made , or if humanity is descended from apes. I even adopted a mixed belief: I believe that all the ancestors of our species were sons of apes except mine ancestors, who were adopted. But opposition to stem cell research that may lead to cures for various deadly diseases today is no joke. It is in some way criminal.
I think the Marina an extraordinary woman. But as someone who is in line to receive any benefits of stem cell research, I vote according to irrational
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VERISSIMO EXPLICA POR QUE NÃO VOTA EM MARINA
Para o escritor Luis Fernando Verissimo, Marina Silva, candidata do PSB, dificilmente chegará à presidência da República por ser muito contraditória; de qualquer forma, diz que não dará seu voto à candidata “mais revolucionaria destas eleições, que ao mesmo tempo é a mais conservadora”; ele condena suas posições contra a liberação do aborto e a pesquisa com células-tronco; afirma que a oposição à última questão, ‘que pode levar à cura de várias doenças hoje mortais é criminosa’; o escritor gaúcho afirma que irá votar "com o coração", ou seja, em defesa da saúde e contra Marina
14 DE SETEMBRO DE 2014 ÀS 06:35
Postado por AMETHYST às 17:41