The days used to be like this… nowadays, they are like this.
•The first inquiry is about payments of bribes to the criminal organization headed by Lula da Silva.
•The second inquiry deals with payments of bribes disguised as fraudulent lectures, reform/upgrade of the Atibaia home and the acquisition of a building where the Lula Institute is located.
•The third inquiry deals with the 4 million reais sent to the Lula Institute by the Odebrecht’s Bribe Department.
•The fourth inquiry deals with payment of bribes to Frei Chico, Lula’s brother.
•The fifth inquiry is about Lula’s work as Odebrecht’s lobbyist, dealing with Dilma Rousseff. He tried to benefit Odebrecht in the construction of Jirau hydroelectric plant.
•The sixth inquiry deals with payment of bribe to the Haddad campaign and payment to Joao Santana in exchange for “legislative measures” favorable to Odebrecht.
•The seventh inquiry is about the robbery against Sete Brasil (a company) with a 1% “toll” of bribes on top of all contracts to irrigate the Workers Party finances.
•The eighth inquiry deals with the Car Wash (Lava Jato) obstruction attempts through the approval of MP 703.
•The ninth inquiry is about the 3 million reais paid to Carta Capital magazine by the Odebrecht’s Bribe Department.
•What now, Lula? Emilio Odebrecht has told the authorities that the payment of lectures was a disguise for bribes.
In this video, a Brazilian who lives in Florida shows how much he pays for licensing his Maseratti anually, something a little less than 100 dollars. In Brazil, the same car would require an annual extorsion by the un-government/un-administration of about 9 thousand 500 dollars. Viewers beware: he uses some rough language in Brazilian Portuguese — because he is understandably pretty mad about it.
The price of submissive people.
The world’s highest income taxes.
The world’s highest interest rates.
The world’s highest tolls.
The world’s most expensive cars.
The world’s most expensive gasoline.
The world’s most expensive energy.
The world’s most expensive and corrupt politicians.
You need to wake up.
In this video, I talk about the situation of Brazilian prisons, the medieval state they are in and criticize the authorities for doing nothing about it. It’s all a smokescreen. Whenever a crisis erupts, they pretend to be doing something. I also present very basic suggestions on how to straighten up the crime-fighting war in Brazil — one of them is the adoption of the death penalty for corrupt people and drug dealers.