Dear Friend of America's Survival,
The "Amazon rain forest is burning" narrative is a big globalist show. Much of it is fake. French President Emmanuel Macron and Marxist Pope Francis are leading the charge.
The "Watts Up With That?" blog by Anthony Watts notes: "We are told that Amazon fires are at record levels right now. This is a blatant lie. The only 'record' is that Amazonian fires have DECREASED over the 'record.'"
The fire are real and deadly. But they are being exaggerated for political purposes.
My book The Sword of Revolution has been translated into Portuguese and is being sold there. This is the issue - global socialism/communism, in the name of "sustainable development."
Patrick Wood's excellent site Technocracy News has a great article about the attack on Brazil's new anti-communist president, Jair Bolsonaro. The article, "Massive fake news campaign targets fires in the Brazilian Amazon," looks at the media campaign over fires in the Amazon. It notes that "the world's news media are using it to fuel the fires of outrage in an attempt to achieve a political outcome, namely Sustainable Development."
Here are some other articles from other sites:
Why target Bolsonaro? Technocracy News points out: "Brazil's newly elected president, Jair Bolsonaro, strongly opposes globalization, leftist policies, and is clearly anti-communist. Bolsonaro has become a lightning rod for attacks in the same way and for the same reasons as US President Donald Trump."
What happens in Brazil is important for the world. It has a population of over 200 million. The people rejected the Obama-style Marxist revolution that was spearheaded by the so-called Workers Party of Lula (in prison) and Rousseff (impeached and removed from office). During the campaign, a crazy leftist stabbed and almost killed Bolsonaro. It looked like an organized assassination attempt.
I suggest the WSJ article by Mary Anastasia O'Grady," What You Haven’t Read About Brazil. The Amazon fires are mainly the result of drought, while Bolsonaro’s reforms are paving the way for faster growth."
The media have blamed the fires on deforestation, but other evidence points to arson.
Bolsonaro sees a global effort to seize parts of his country: "We cannot accept that a president, Macron, unleashes unreasonable and unreasonable attacks on the Amazon, nor disguises his intentions behind the idea of an 'alliance' of the G-7 countries to 'save' the Amazon, as if we were a colony or a no man's land." He refers to "the disinformation campaign fabricated against our national sovereignty."
He has deployed 43,000 members of the Brazilian armed forces to fight the fires.
For America's Survival,