Inhumane decree misleads Brazilian people with oppressive and dictatorial measures
By Julio Severo
Very in the Soviet style, Lula, president of Brazil, has shown all of his red claws, from his feet and hands.
His presidential decree of “human rights” (Decreto 7037, issued on 21/12/2009, also known as “3º Plano Nacional de Direitos Humanos” [Third Human Rights National Plan]), allegedly crafted with the approval and consensus from the people, violates major rights of the Brazilian citizens, giving to evil the covering of “human rights” and stripping most of the population from their legitimate rights.
For those that do not know, in the Soviet Union, the biggest practical model of socialism in the world, everything was done “in the name of the people”. Courts, which condemned the innocent and protected criminals of the only party, were the “people’s courts”. To resist this “justice” was considered crime against the people. The innocent people were condemned in their own name!
It is obvious that all of that talk of “from the people” and “for the people” was in truth just a camouflage for the state arbitrariness. The State could freely violate rights under the pretext that it was acting “in the best interests of the people”.
Not much different, the socialist government of Brazil alleges always to be acting “in the best interests” of the poor, or of the oppressed, or of the disabled, or of the women, or of the blacks and now of the gays — in the most advanced and updated Marxist malice
Soviet communists committed horrendous genocides — everything in the name of the best interests of the people. Today, the thirst for blood and the moral and ethical annihilation are turned, in Lula’s decree, into the defense of “human rights”: to approve abortion, to legitimate prostitution, to legitimate as “culture” the imposition of Afro-Brazilian religions (similar to voodoo) in schools, to ban Christian symbols in federal facilities, to canonize communist terrorists, etc.
In my article Presente das Trevas (Gift from the Darkness), published in December 22, 2009, I warned Brazil that while everybody were resting and enjoying their family and the holiday, Lula and his comrades were scheming their inhumane bomb of “human rights”. The bomb, delivered as a presidential decree in December 21, 2009, will have a devastatingly lethal effect if the population does not show their strength and courage.
If the red and morally inverted decree of Lula prevails, everybody will have “human rights” in Brazil — except for the innocent. His decree in reality decrees the extinction of morality, ethics, private properties, free speech and, with the imposition of gay “marriage”, religious freedom.
Lula’s decree establishes several measures filled with ideological malice in the most sophisticated Soviet style of distortion of words and reality, presenting as “human rights” the following aberrations,
*Professionalization of prostitution.
*Press and internet control.
*Ban on Christian symbols in public facilities.
*Official promotion of Afro-Brazilian religions (similar to voodoo) as “culture” of the descendants of slaves from Africa.
*Legalization of abortion.
*Legitimating of gay “marriage” and the adoption of children by these couples.
For minimally healthy people, this has nothing to do with human rights. But when morally unhealthy individuals are in power, what should we expect?
Recently, I have read that, in the Open Doors rating, the nation that most persecutes and murders Christians in the world is communist North Korea. In the second place is Iran — the same Iran whose Israel-hating president keeps friendship with Lula.
Have Lula ever remembered mentioning to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that to murder Christians is to violate human rights? Have Lula remembered issuing a fair presidential decree condemning Ahmadinejad and his administration for crimes and abuses of legitimate human rights against Christians?
This is the essence of the ethics of Lula and his administration, which use and abuse the “human rights” term to defend and give honor even to communist terrorists, including by taking away from Brazilian taxpayers for scandalous and unfair reparations. And his presidential decree orders the transformation of these criminals into heroes. And guess who is going to be lowered and debased into the category of criminal and “human rights violator”? No, it was not Ahmadinejad that was chosen. Lula and his gang are aiming at the Brazilian military, which were able to save Brazil from a sure communist coup in the 1960s, while many other Third World nations were falling into the hands of international communism.
To Ahmadinejad, Lula and his administration show kindness, respect, consideration, etc. To the enemies of the state arbitrariness robed in “human rights”, the weight of the “justice” of the “people’s” or “human rights” courts — it is all the same. The impeding anti-“homophobia” courts will show plenty of evidences of this arbitrariness.
Lula has already decided: the mutilated and raped corpses of the tortured and slaughtered Christians in Iran have no value for his ambitious ideological agenda. So there will be no presidential decree defending these or other real victims of human rights abuses.
The nasty left will keep praising and supporting Lula with Ahmadinejad, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez and other authentic human-rights abusers. And it will keep praising his presidential decree, which guaranteed a red Christmas for Brazilians — a gloomy redness that, if not resisted and fought, will extend its nefarious consequences for a long time. Christmas holiday has gone, but Brazilians are still choked and sickened with the decreed crafted in the most pure and immoral Soviet spirit.
As usual, the people expect, with outstretched hands, gifts and favors from the government, with the illusion that the government is the source of all solutions. But the Brazilian government is no Santa Claus. And notwithstanding it were, it would be fictitious, not real. The only undeniable reality is that the vast ethical and moral problems facing Brazil have largely been caused by the government itself. The decree of Lula is the biggest evidence of what a wicked administration can do against its own people, in the name of the people!
Yet, there is hope: the people that elected that redness has always the democratic right to throw it down
Portuguese version of this article: Direitos desumanos
Spanish version of this article: Derechos inhumanos