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Lula Wants World to Know Brazil Is Iran’s Good Friend, Nukes and All

Lula greet Ahmadinejad in BrasÀ­lia, Brazil Brazilian diplomats believe that the administration of president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva plans to expand Brazil government's outward signs of support and solidarity to Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

According to them, last week's visit of Brazil's Foreign Minister, Celso Amorim, to the Iranian city of Isfahan to arrange Lula's visit to Teheran is just another proof of the Brazilian leader's intention.

Amorim's talks in Iran spelled out the details of Lula's trip to Tehran, which should occur on or before April 2010. The minister also spoke of the Brazilian commitment to intensify trade and technology exchange with Iran

Countering the criticism levied against Brasí­lia, the Brazilian negotiators say the Lula administration doesn't fear that the Iran-Brazil relationship will be used as currency by the Iranians to seek new opportunities in the international political scenario.

Amorim's initiative, say these diplomats involved with the negotiations, show that Brazil is in favor of opening a dialogue with Iran. According to Lula's interlocutors, the Brazilian government wants to show it supports Iran's nuclear program including uranium enrichment, as long as used for peaceful purposes.

In recent days, Lula put the matter on the agenda in several bilateral talks he held with European leaders. According to the diplomats, it is necessary to make room for the Iranians so they can show and prove that their nuclear program doesn't need to be object of suspicion.

However, on November 27, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) passed a resolution reproaching the construction of a plant to enrich uranium because it suspects that Iran's nuclear program has military purposes.

In his trip to Brazil on November 23, Ahmadinejad has denied the charges and blamed the great powers for the complaints raising questions about the purpose of Iran's nuclear program.

The plants that are part of Iran's nuclear program have been subject to several inspections. Despite that, the Iranian government is accused of concealing the development of research and production of nuclear weapons.

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  • dnbaiacu

    Joao
    [quote]So, what did you think of your President getting the Nobel Award for “Peace” today? [/quote]

    It just clearly proves he is nothing more than a “laranja” ( puppet) for the Illuminati and Bilderberger Group and every other secret society organization out there who’s agenda is some sort of New World Order.

    He’s done nothing yet… The prize was given for what they want him to supposedly “strive after” and “stand for”.. Problem is the “radicals” that are deliberately being “marginalized” will get in the way. Giving the perfect excuse to start the genocide against “believers” (of any faith)
    Iran becoming bedfellows economically with Brazil while Secretary of State Hilary Clinton today calls out Iran as the absolute worse sponsor of terrorism…???????
    Yet aren’t Brazil and the U.S on the same team? 😮
    Something is brewing and it is not going to be the expected.
    The whole Nobel thing at this point is pure propoganda for what Obama is supposed to stand for YET will have a gruesome time trying to achieve in reality because of the unidentifiable enemy.
    Of course many influentials don’t quite get why he got the Prize and are voicing their opinions. But it just points out to a keen observer that this is just propaganda for future climatic events. If no one can see that there is a machine behind this whole thing they are completely blind. Better to know what the agenda of this machine is than to be completely blinded by the smoke they are throwing us.

  • João da Silva

    dnbaiacu
    [quote]. What REALLY is a “war on terrrorism”? That’s a joke! You can’t fight with that.. You have to change the way people think. And/or put a lot of fear in them.[/quote]

    You can change the way people [i][b] think and act to your benefit [/b][/i] by putting the fear into their mind. 😉

    So, what did you think of your President getting the Nobel Award for “Peace” today? 😉

    BTW, a Carioca blogger who goes by the name “Harry Potter” is not too happy with the choice and expressing his displeasure in the thread :

    [url]http://www.brazzilmag.com/content/view/11516/1/[/url]

    I intend giving my opinion later. 🙂

  • dnbaiacu

    Travelr
    The comment above is not mine……

    [quote]LOL . . . and just who do you think these unsuspecting masses are? [/quote]

    Not sure that you are being sarcastic, but I will respond anyway.. The greater portion of the population (in the U.S anyway) take what they see televisions news for face value. Even fewer understand that in politics less of what you actually see is the truth.
    But I am sure you know this. 😉

    Most are in denial about the New World Order agenda. And those that might suspect don’t talk much about it because they don’t here anything about it on tv.
    The enemy is religion. And everything that is going on with the middle east and Afghanistan is meant to and will ultimately marginalize religion as the culprit.
    Maybe you have just been informed.. But if you don’t believe this, ,, keep watching and observing closely.
    If you don’t understand this,, you yourself are part of the “unsuspecting masses”.. as you LOL 😥 😥
    Do your research 😉
    Like I said I am giving you the doubt on being sarcastic. But watch it all happen. And remember where you heard it. ;-). It will become more and more detectable as time goes on. What is going on is a ticking time bomb. And the funny thing about it ,, most people INTUIT that. So just keep laughing if you think you are being funny. You are better off getting yourself prepared.
    Ask yourself.. What REALLY is a “war on terrrorism”? That’s a joke! You can’t fight with that.. You have to change the way people think. And/or put a lot of fear in them.
    And just how do you think they are going to do that????
    😮 😮
    The “conspiracy” is real.. It started with a serpent and a lie. 😉

  • dnbaiacu

    travelr
    [quote]and just who do you think these unsuspecting masses are?[/quote]

    I wasn’t talking to you ! I will let u know when I do ….

  • travelr

    Unsuspecting masses?
    LOL . . . and just who do you think these unsuspecting masses are?

  • dnbaiacu

    Joao
    [quote]It is funny that PBO nor HC are not objecting to the growing “friendship” between Brasil & Iran.[/quote]

    You get a grade A .. 😉 You have definetely caught on. The joke is on the unsuspecting masses. You are so right,, there is not a BLIP on the screen about this. 😉

  • João da Silva

    dnbaiacu
    [quote]According to Lula’s interlocutors, the Brazilian government wants to show it supports Iran’s nuclear program including uranium enrichment, as long as used for peaceful purposes.[/quote]

    Pay attention to the key phrase “[b][i]Including Uranium enrichment[/i][/b]”. People don’t seem to connect dots and commas. 😉 😀
    No wonder our European “Friends” , especially Fraulein Angela, are mad at President Lula. No more European middlemen to “facilitate” [b][i]any[/i][/b] between Iran & Brasil. Probably Col.Chavez gets fat brokerage fees in all transactions for introducing Mr.A to Mr.L. It is funny that PBO nor HC are not objecting to the growing “friendship” between Brasil & Iran. 😉 😀

    Have you been stocking up the butter for the Popcorn? BTW, I am far ahead of ya. 😉

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