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The exchange of ideology weighs, not political

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The exchange of ideology weighs, not political

It is not the change of government that worries people, but the ideology of the political candidate or government.

Communism, or class struggle, which is a big mistake as it is employer versus employee and vice versa, began in 1917 with the violent communist-Marxist revolution of the former Soviet Union, now Russia, led by Lenin and killing about 60 million people. And until the 1970s and 1980s, more or less, communist revolutions were that violent, costing the lives of thousands of people in countries where they were victorious…

And all communist regimes were dictatorial. Therefore, the term “communism” has become almost synonymous with dictatorship. And wherever he went, he left only suffering. The great and powerful regimes of the Communist Party have had the lives of great capitalists. And the rich and the poor people that turned around… People in large numbers wanted to leave these countries. But they were prevented by strict laws.

At the beginning of the biblical book of Acts, it is desirable for the rich to share their property with the poor, but spontaneously, and not by force …
The famous Berlin Wall, which divided the German city of the same name, was built to prevent people from fleeing from its communist part, which belongs to Russia.

Until one day that wall of, as they say, “rottenness” collapsed, which officially announced the end of communism in Europe and almost the rest of the world, where it was in force, still existed, mixed with capitalism, in China. , in North Korea, Cuba, Guatemala and Venezuela, whose economies are generally in very poor shape. A somewhat dubious exception is China, precisely because it is its dictatorial regime.

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The question arises: why is there such confusion in Brazil after the PT elections? The answer is the illegality of the election campaign against the defeated president. Therefore, many people consider the results of the polls to be wrong …

As we have already said and it is clear from the title of this column, the problem is not in the elected candidate as such, but in his defeated leftist ideology, due to the fact that the presidential candidate suffered in his election campaign. In addition, the legal proceedings against the elected official, in which he was defended by friends of justice and some media, also became a violation for his candidacy and election. According to our Constitution, he is legal to be elected, since it is enough for him to have one vote more than 50%. But, if you think about it, it was practically a draw between the two candidates, since, to round it up, each had about 50 million votes.

And what most hinders the elected candidate, we repeat, is the fact that he is from the left, a fact exacerbated by the aforementioned violations that cast a shadow on his election.

With this reviewer “The Presence of the Spirit in the Bible” on TV Mundo Maior and New Testament Translation, 2nd Revised Edition and with Unpublished Footnotes, ed. Chico Xavier, (31) 3637-1048, Cassia and Clea. [email protected]

José Reis Chavez is a theosophist and biblical scholar.

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The political future of Ramaphosa remains in doubt

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The meeting of the ANC Executive Committee (NEC), which was supposed to discuss the future of party president Cyril Ramaphosa this afternoon, has been postponed after brief consultations on the Phala Phala saga and is expected to meet again on Sunday.

Cyril Ramaphosa’s political future remains in doubt after a meeting of the ANC’s executive committee, convened amid calls for the resignation of a president accused in a parliamentary report of violating his oath, was postponed.

National Chairman of the ANC Gwede Mantashe, who was present at the first consultations of the NEC, believes that the country will plunge into chaos if the president resigns. In turn, the Acting Secretary General of the ANC, Paul Mashatile, says that at the meeting of the ANC executive committee it was not discussed whether President Cyril Ramaphosa expressed his intention to resign.

In recent days, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, 70, who succeeded Jacob Zuma in 2018 with an anti-corruption postulate in South Africa, has found himself in a quandary after a parliamentary commission released a Monday report on Wednesday saying he may have violated the anti-corruption laws of his country.

According to this document, the South African head of state concealed from the police and tax authorities an alleged robbery attempt that took place in 2020 at his Phala Phala property, located in the north-east of the country.

Under the terms of a complaint filed in June last year by Ramaphosa’s political opponent, $580,000 worth of bills were found hidden in sofa cushions in one of the rooms of the house, located on the presidential property. Sources close to Ramaphosa claim that the banknotes correspond to the sale of cattle to a Sudanese businessman for cash.

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Faced with the scandal unleashed by these revelations, Parliament, in which the ANC has a majority, may have to decide next Tuesday on the possible launch of a process to remove the South African president.

This case occurs when only two weeks are left before the meeting at which the ANC will decide who will be its new president and, accordingly, the next head of state, if the opposition party wins in 2024. organization of early elections.

It should be remembered that the ANC has been in power in South Africa since 1994, after the first free elections in the country, which brought the historic anti-apartheid leader and ANC President Nelson Mandela to power.

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Andrei Sadi reveals the politician’s question and puts Andre Rizek in an unexpected situation.

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Andrea Sadi reveals a politician’s request regarding André Rijek’s work at the World Cup (Image: Reproduction – Instagram / Editing – RD1)

Andrea Sadi returned to work in this Tuesday (30) and was surprised early in the morning by an unexpected request involving a politician from Brazil and Andre Rizhekleading SportTV and husband of the GloboNews star.

Via Twitter, the Estúdio i host announced that she had resumed her role at GloboNews and launched investigations into the work of politicians during the transition of the federal government.

To Sadi’s surprise, the politician called him back before 9 am on Tuesday to ask a question that was not related to the political world. “Sadi, come here: Rizek thinks he will make it to the Selection? What’s the poll?reported.

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As soon as Andrei Sadi was supposed to cover the presidential election, André Rizek was called up to the Qatar team for the World Cup. The duo divided tasks from home to work, each in their own journalistic role.

At the World Championships, André Rizhek made a sharp speech against prejudice and discrimination Argentines against Kylian Mbappe of France.

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Look who's the politician arrested in today's Operation GOE.

Ricardo Antunes – Former Jaboatão dos Guararapes adviser Carlinhos da Carreta was a politician arrested this Thursday (1st) by the Special Operations Group (GOE). The target of the action were, in addition to him, the civilian and military police. During the operation, about 64 million reais were blocked. The group is suspected of involvement in drug trafficking, murders and skilled robberies.

Carlinhos was a councilor in Jaboatau until 2020, when he ran for re-election from the PL and was defeated. He was from the base of the then mayor Anderson Ferreira (LP), who was a candidate for the government of Pernambuco in October and finished third. In the 2020 election, Anderson was re-elected in the first round.

Former councilor of Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Carlinhos da Carreta

Eight warrants were executed for search and forfeiture of the house, forfeiture of assets and freezing of financial assets, issued by the 2nd Criminal Court of the Jaboatão dos Guararapes Judicial District.

According to police, two Honda cars and another Audi car were confiscated. They were taken to the GOE headquarters in the Cordeiro area west of Recife, along with other frozen assets totaling BRL 64 million.

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