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Brazilians Involved in Military Era’s Operation Condor Won’t Be Extradited

Brazilian stamp with general presidents Authorities in Brazil have said they are awaiting notification from Italy on arrest warrants for suspects in the coordinated repression campaign during South America's dictatorship era, which in Brazil lasted from 1964 to 1985, but also anticipated that Brazilian citizens could not be extradited for trial abroad.

An Italian judge on Monday, December 24, issued arrest warrants for 146 Latin Americans suspected of involvement in Operation Condor – a coordinated campaign by South American military rulers in the 1970s and early eighties to persecute leftists and dissidents.

The warrants name Argentines, Bolivians, Brazilians, Chileans, Paraguayans, Uruguayans and Peruvians sought for complicity in the deaths of 25 Italian citizens. The list included 13 Brazilians.

"We have received no information, be it from the Italian or Brazilian governments," a Federal Police spokeswoman in Brazilian capital Brasí­lia said.

"There is no such thing as extradition of Brazilian citizens for trial abroad. There can be a request from them to be arrested here, but that will depend on the analysis by the Brazilian justice system."

Justice Minister Tarso Genro confirmed an extradition was unlikely. "We have a cooperation treaty on criminal justice with (Italy) but, in principle, Brazilian law doesn't permit extradition," Genro told reporters in Brasí­lia.

The constitution permits extradition only in the case of common crimes and only of naturalized Brazilians, the minister said. Crimes committed by Brazilians abroad are subject to domestic law. The Supreme Court has the final word, Genro said.

Brazil was under military rule from 1964 to 1985 but unlike the post-dictatorship governments of Chile and Argentina, has made little attempt to bring military men behind human rights abuses to justice.

Families of torture victims and those who disappeared have expressed disappointment in the lack of action by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, a former union leader who was himself briefly imprisoned under military rule.

Operation Condor was a secret operation among several South American military regimes to coordinate operations to abduct or kill their political opponents, including allowing death squads to cross borders to hunt them down.

A joint information center was set up at the headquarters of Chile's notorious secret police in Santiago. Rights groups say the U.S. government knew of and supported the operation.

Rio daily newspaper O Globo said this week that Brazil was not officially part of the secret operation but it allowed "freelance" military and police units to cooperate in certain missions with their counterparts from other countries.

However it was not clear if the Italian judge's action against those on the list who are living in Latin American or elsewhere outside Italy was symbolic or whether the judge would try to have them extradited to Italy.

The list includes such notorious characters as Argentine dictator General Jorge Videla, former head of the Argentine Navy Admiral Emilio Massera and former Uruguayan president Juan Marí­a Bordaberry.

Of the long list some have died such as Chile's notorious Augusto Pinochet and one of them Captain Jorge Fernandez Troccoli from the Uruguayan Navy intelligence services was arrested in Salerno, where he was retired, reported the Italian press.

Troccoli is accused of the disappearance of four people and will be transferred to Rome to face questioning on December 27.

Under Operation Condor, six governments (Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay) worked together from the 1970s to hunt down and kill left-wing opponents. Italian authorities have been looking into the plot since the late 1990s.

The investigation followed complaints by relatives of South American citizens of Italian origin who had disappeared. Judge Luisann Figliola issued the arrest warrants on Monday, following a request from state prosecutor Giancarlo Capaldo.

Those named face charges ranging from lesser crimes to kidnappings and multiple murders. Under Operation Condor the military governments agreed to co-operate in sending teams into other countries to track, monitor and kill their political opponents.

As a result, many left-wing opponents of military regimes in the region who had fled to neighboring countries found themselves hunted down in exile. The Italian Justice is expected to begin in the coming days procedures for the extradition of those people in the list, according to the Italian press.

The list of suspects allegedly includes 61 from Argentina; 32 from Uruguay; 22 from Chile; 13 from Brazil; 7 from Bolivia; 7 from Paraguay and 5 from Peru.

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  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata
    [quote]Thanks again for the New Year salutation, and same to you. [/quote]

    Thanks, buddy. Lets stimulate some interesting debates in this otherwise dull forum. Good to have some fresh view points 😉

  • Lloyd Cata

    JoÀƒ£o
    From all the ‘educated’ news sites, it appears your New Years is going well, so here’s 😀 to you!

    As for the 19 y-o in Pakistan, are you so sure that he would not be better than the dictator in place? Perhaps Generalissimo Musharaff will welcome some advice from your great generals in running an efficient dictatorship. Apparently they did such a good job leaving 80% of the population in poverty that there is much for the world to learn. Is it no wonder you are upset that they have not even been considered for a Nobel.

    Mr. Chavez is not any hero of mine; you see when I was a child here in the US they killed all my heros; JFK, MLK, Malcolm X, RFK, and the list goes on. So don’t be so defensive about the bloody nature of your society; we here in the US have no small work in cleaning our own hands. However, anyone who proposes to loosen the shackles of oppression covering these last 600 years surely has my support and admiration. What can I say! Bolivar, Allende, Che, Fidel, Chavez; all I would have before the likes of MagalhÀƒ£es, Marinho, Kubitschek, Getulio Vargas, Fernando Collor, Andrada e Silva, Dom Pedro II, Juscelino Kubscheck, Renans, Malufs, Jaderes, Sarney and the rest of the Carlistas.

    So good of your general to confirm what I said about his participation in Operation Condor. Apparently, all are not dead! Perhaps he will share more of the truth when we get the full information from the US CIA. Or perhaps he would be so good as to appear before the courts to further explain. However, any denial on his part as to the killing of so-called ‘landless peasants’ is surely suspect. The world is not blind to the Brazilian military operations against both the favelados and the Amazonas, PLEASE! Ah, excuse me…sometimes I forget, in your world these are not real people and don’t count for anything. REALLY, you should revise your population totals extremely downward! Then you could report more GOOD NEWS, because your tiny population would be the richest in the world. What a first-class society you could report then, the rest being garbage under your feet.

    Thanks again for the New Year salutation, and same to you. Perhaps I shall see a better report from my friends in Brazil who do not exist in your society but only share your breathing space. Given time, I’m sure the generals will find another way to exterminate them with ‘clean hands’.

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata
    Dr.Cata, please permit me to wish you and all the members of your family a very happy New Year. In all honesty, I wanted to do it earlier, but this site went hay wire .Probably maintained by some incompetent Italian judges, who don’t know the difference between a transistor and an IC. Never mind.

    While you were wining and dining at expensive restaurants with your Comrade-in-Arms, spending your easily earned money supposedly celebrating the New Year , while at the same time shedding crocodile tears at the plight of all those oppressed people of the Americas, I have been keeping track of what is going on around our planet. The three good news I would like to give you are:

    1) Your 19 year old nephew has been elected to continue your dynasty in Pakistan. I bet he must do a great job as the “Head Man” of that country.

    2) Your other Hero “El Presidente” Hugo Chavez suffered a “temporary setback”, when FARC refused to release the hostages at the last hour, thus humiliating this great hero of yours.

    3) A General of ours confirmed that our involvement in this operation “Condor” was restricted to exchanging informations about the saboteurs and deporting to their countries of origin.The good General also confirmed that these saboteurs were not killed on our sacred soil. May I therefore request you not to call anybody here a “Murderous General”?

    Dr.Cata, when you have finished your “NEW YEAR” celebrations, take time to read some decent News Papers (Not the local ones who are full of gossip columns) and try to respond to all the august, distinguished, brilliant and phenomenal bloggers in this site.

    However,in spite of all our differences, let me hasten to add that I hold no grudges against your honorable self 8)

  • João da Silva

    Bo
    [quote]That was GOOD!!!

    TouchÀƒ©!!![/quote]

    Thanks Bo. It was obvious that Ch.c was missing our intellectual company 😉

  • bo

    [quote]ONLY after your banks relieved them of their looted wealth, thus sending us “Value DEDUCTED Products”. smilies/angry.gif[/quote]

    That was GOOD!!!

    TouchÀƒ©!!! 😉

  • João da Silva

    Ch.c
    Ah, you finally came out of your Ethanol induced stupor, eh?

    [quote]And All of these countries, Brazil included……alos received the WAR II Criminals…..who were persecuted….. due to their War crimes !!!!! [/quote]

    ONLY after your banks relieved them of their looted wealth, thus sending us “Value DEDUCTED Products”. 🙁

  • ch.c.

    To Joao “In fact Brazil received people who were persecuted in Chile,Argentina and Uruguay ……
    ……..with open arms and gave asylum to them”

    And All of these countries, Brazil included……alos received the WAR II Criminals…..who were persecuted….. due to their War crimes !!!!!

    Ohhh with open arms too…..against money reciprocity….of course !

    Short memory Joao ?

    Hmmmmmm ! 😉

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata/ Cont
    [quote]I bet your family sits in the front of the church and profess to love Jesus Christ.[/quote]

    You lost your bet.

    [quote]I am ashamed to share the earth with you[/quote]

    So am I.

    Anything else you want me to comment upon?

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata
    [quote]Now we will see who doesn’t know, my friend. did you know that Italians are in the middle of selling their share in Brazil Telecom. An American company, front for The Empire, has bought a large share.[/quote]

    Name the American Company.

    [quote]The Spanish, Portuguese, and Israeli parts of the Brazil communications market will remain for intelligence purposes, as I have tried to tell you in other threads.[/quote]

    You must be talking about GVT.

    [quote]If Brazil wishes to create it own national telecom service, GET IN LINE![/quote]

    Have you ever heard of a company called TELEBRAS? Built by Brazilian Engineers graduated out of ITA,IME,Federal and state universities.

    [quote]I can tell you that most people in the industry do not think you have the education or the skills.[/quote]

    I am quite disappointed with your statement. It does show your ignorance of the evolution of the Telecom industry in Brazil. Who are the “most of the people in the Industry” that do not think that we have no education or the skills ?

    [quote]Or you are lazy bunch who prefer to impregnate faveladas, drink your porto, and complain of too many street children?[/quote]

    Again you show your ignorance of Brazil.Probably, you are sitting in U.S. of A and cursing both the Americans and the Brazilians and feeling very good about your country of origin.

    [quote]Telecom is simply where I earn a living, as I am a ‘classical engineer’ in the manner of my ancestors.[/quote]

    Your ancestor was Morse,Bell or Marconi.Please be specific.

    [quote]Obviously they did not fight too strenuously, since the Nazis seem to have found a pleasant home in YOUR neighborhood. In fact, the Israelis are mounting a new push to find them before they die.”The Nazis were, and are, woven into the structure of The Empire.” So you see, the blondie Brazilians are the Israelis best clue to find their Nazi genocidal maniacs! Don’t you agree?
    [/quote]

    No, I do not agree. What have the Nazis got to do with the topic under discussion? Are you trying to hold the Brazilians responsible for the “Holocaust” ?. I am disappointed in you again.

    [quote]…and so we have it, don’t we? Out of your own mouth, “worthless people”. Need I say more? I bet your family sits in the front of the church and profess to love Jesus Christ.[/quote]

    Don’t try to give me a lecture on this issue, Dr.Cata. The lady was assassinated,because she was a)stubborn to go back b) She declared that she wanted to go back to help the “poor” c) She wanted to restore the “democracy”. In case you don’t understand what I want to say go to MSNBC and read the comments on the blog of your compatriot Richard Engel. The middle class was not cheering for her return and they would not swallow her shallow promises.

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata
    [quote]But then again your compatriot, JoÀƒ£o da Silva, attempts to portray the generals as saviors, so I can see your confusion, and will attempt to bring truth to the discussion.[/quote]

    See, how smoothly you try to “Divide and Rule”. You are saying that “A Brazilian” is confused because of me!! For BuddhaÀ‚´s sake stop it. Since you are a rookie to this blog,let me tell you something. “A Brazilian” is a highly opinionated person with his own independent views. Therefore I see no confusion in him. However, I second his motion when he said:

    [quote]f**k the Italians![/quote] 😉

    [quote]In either case I am sad for your position as “an accessory to murder”, by your own testimony![/quote]

    “A Brazilian” an “accessory to murder”? LMAO!

    Dr.Cata, I haven’t finished with you yet. Because you are another victim of the “Empire”. I am certain that they performed a lobotomy on you and converted you into an odious person which you were not. Our task,my friend, is to restore you back to normalcy 😉

  • Lloyd Cata

    forrest allen brown
    ***people wonder why the US does every thing it can to stop communist ,and promote truth ***

    Mr. Brown, the US does not stop anyone who has money, whether they are Communist, Pagans, pink, or blue. If they are a source of profit, dead or alive, the US does BUSINESS. Don’t you know by now that the US oligarchs financed the rise of the Nazis? Where do you think Hitler received the ‘seed’ money to begin his little project to conquer the world. Was it the Russian Krushev who said, “The Americans will sell us the bullets…”? You know very well that US society is built on “the culture of the dollar”. When the Empire disengaged the dollar from the gold standard, and replaced it with the “full faith and trust” of the government, the whole world changed. Now, even the US churches line up at the White House for their share. Or haven’t you heard of the new “Office Of Faith-based Initiatives” run out of the White House? This is simply a money-laundering operation used by the Empire to corrupt the Body of Christ. Surely, the Son of Man, is on the way to reclaim His house; just as he threw the money-changers out of the temple when he was Flesh and Blood.

  • Lloyd Cata

    JoÀƒ£o da Silva
    *** Of course you never bothered to reply, because you DID not even know that they replaced the Brazilians and Americans a long time ago ***

    Now we will see who doesn’t know, my friend. did you know that Italians are in the middle of selling their share in Brazil Telecom. An American company, front for The Empire, has bought a large share. The Spanish, Portuguese, and Israeli parts of the Brazil communications market will remain for intelligence purposes, as I have tried to tell you in other threads. If Brazil wishes to create it own national telecom service, GET IN LINE! I can tell you that most people in the industry do not think you have the education or the skills. Or you are lazy bunch who prefer to impregnate faveladas, drink your porto, and complain of too many street children? Or do all those children belong to the tourists? When you discover who the new owners are you will find that they have also tentacles in many countries, including Spain, Portugal, and Italy. Telecom is simply where I earn a living, as I am a ‘classical engineer’ in the manner of my ancestors. Of course, communications itself is a tool I use to find knowledge and hopefully understanding, eh?

    *** Yes, the Generals fought your Empire and as for as I know, they did not LURE anybody. Went on minding their business, building our infrastructure. ***

    Obviously they did not fight too strenuously, since the Nazis seem to have found a pleasant home in YOUR neighborhood. In fact, the Israelis are mounting a new push to find them before they die.”The Nazis were, and are, woven into the structure of The Empire.” So you see, the blondie Brazilians are the Israelis best clue to find their Nazi genocidal maniacs! Don’t you agree?

    *** BrazilÀ‚´s military was different from that of the rest of the continent. ***

    LMAO!!! I see that now, since their occupation of Haiti for the Empire. They are useless, unless they murder and torture helpless people, such as those Native Brazilians in the Amazon. At least Pinochet and the others were not cowards who prey on the innocent and unarmed people. Can you deny this, with the Brazilian troops infecting the Amazonas with AIDS and killing helpless peasants to force them off their land? I would prefer a Boy Scout Troop than what passes for a professional military in Brazil. Perhaps YOU should join to defend your position! God-willing the day will come when you will have to do just that. Put your butt on the line to defend what you cherish, because it is not Brazil. It is The Empire, and you are just one of its minions.

    *** How could you try the “murderous Brazilian generals”, unless you want to exhume them from their graves? ***

    Generals rarely pull the trigger in their murderous rampage; they give the orders. Even if they are all dead, their crimes need to be exposed. That is the way of The Truth and The Light.

    *** What a way to sacrifice oneÀ‚´s life for the cause of worthless people. ***

    …and so we have it, don’t we? Out of your own mouth, “worthless people”. Need I say more? I bet your family sits in the front of the church and profess to love Jesus Christ. I am ashamed to share the earth with you, but there is a place for everyone, even the snake, in the forest. “He who comes after me shall judge the living and the dead”; so remember your words on that Judgement Day.

    *** It must be quite interesting for their judicial system to meddle in the internal affairs of another country. What the heck was it doing when the operation “Condor” was going on in Argentina,Chile and Uruguay? ***

    Pontius Pilot, “My hands are clean of this thing…”. “It was my friends and neighbors who did this awful thing. I just watched! You know what a coward I am! I would never hurt a fly! Nobody told me of this murder and genocide. I had my hands full murdering my own Blacks and Morenas!”.

    *** On a lighter tone, how is your new lady love? ***
    She lives! …and I shall not discuss her here again because your masters will surely want her details when they return!

  • Lloyd Cata

    A. Brazilian
    *** We were better off in the time of the dictatorship. ***

    …and so it is… that I see now why democracy does not work in Latin America. Logically, those who are priviledged under dictatorship will give up their freedom to maintain possession of their material comforts. It is sad, but understandable. We call this the “Stockholm Syndrome”; where the victim identifies with the criminal, such as in a kidnapping. There is also a saying, I’m not sure as to it origin, “Better a benevolent dictator than a corrupt democrat.”, which I think sums up your feeling. Apparently, the atrocities of the generals did not touch you or your family, or perhaps you and your family are part of the dictatorship. In either case I am sad for your position as “an accessory to murder”, by your own testimony! But then again your compatriot, JoÀƒ£o da Silva, attempts to portray the generals as saviors, so I can see your confusion, and will attempt to bring truth to the discussion. Understand that I am in the midst of many Brazilian nationals who tell a different story, but you know that, because they are here in the US. In which case you are probably correct, that they have moved from the fire to the belly of the beast.

  • bo

    [quote]..
    written by A Brazilian, 2007-12-28 17:02:34

    You are right, they did. They promote a mentality of government’s responsibility for people’s lives instead of individual responsibility. Brazil is a false democracy now because there are only leftist parties. We were better off in the time of the dictatorship.

    Most of Brazil’s ills is due to this communist mentality that exists until today. [/quote]

    Damn Abe….this must be Abe II. I agree….100%. Brazil is a false democracy. Just look at the “gun” vote that we had here in Brazil a couple years ago. The bill to make all guns illegal and “disarm” the public was soundly defeated, yet the federal police are continue to tighten the noose and make it as humanly difficult as possible for someone to purchase a gun, or keep and already permitted one.

  • João da Silva

    [quote]well at least it did but our new form of political corect politicans are seting there own agenda not unlike the 3 world countries[/quote]

    Sad, isn’t it?

  • forrest allen brown

    brazilian
    yes they are one cause ,
    but there are many other reasons all the crooks in goverment .
    the lack of schools for teaching the truth and true history of the world .
    lack of freadom of the press
    TV news that gives only the brasilian side of life

    AND people wonder why the US does every thing it can to stop communist ,and promote
    truth , well at least it did but our new form of political corect politicans are seting there own agenda not unlike the 3 world countries

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata (a.k.a Scott Forno)-Roman (In)Justic…CONTD
    [quote]Would you have us believe the generals in Brazil welcomed the opponents of The Empire, while murdering their own citizens for the very same actions? Did you not read that those people were lured to Brazil and then disappeared? There is more light, every day, shining on the web of deceit, injustice, and persecution by The Empire.[/quote]

    Yes, the Generals fought your Empire and as for as I know, they did not LURE anybody. Went on minding their business, building our infrastructure.The problem with you Dr.Cata, you do not read Portuguese nor lived through that period.We could have used a talented telecom engineer like you! Of course, you being an agent of the EMPIRE would have thwarted every attempt we made to build our infrastructure, which by the way, was sold for pea nuts for your MASTERS!!

    [quote]Operation Condor had tentacles all over South America, with the head residing in the US State Dept.[/quote]

    They might have had their tentacles all over S.America and who tried to cut the TESTICLES of the Empire was us.”A Brazilian”, me and others were tired of telling anyone who cared to listen that BrazilÀ‚´s military was different from that of the rest of the continent.

    [quote]The murderous Brazilian generals will never face a judge in Brazil. [/quote]

    How could you try the “murderous Brazilian generals”, unless you want to exhume them from their graves?

    [quote]Can you deny this? Again, NO! Do not turn away from the mirror, that shows your real face! [/quote]

    I can certainly deny any lie or disinformation spewed by any irresponsible Italian judge! However, I like to turn away from the mirror,because I get JEALOUS of the image I see on it.

    [quote]BTW, you may pass my comments on to your masters. They are already aware of who I am, where I am, and who I speak for. [/quote].

    Lloyd, I am not going to pass your comments to MY MASTERS right away,because they are all summer vacation and not expected to be back until after the Carnival. However everyone knows your identity.It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out you are DARTH VADER, plotting and scheming to take over the Americas,by attacking the soft underbellies of the Western Hemisphere. We are waiting for your next move Dr.Vader.

    [quote]As my dear departed sister, Benazir Bhutto, so courageously has shown; we are not afraid, we will not be quiet, and God has promised us the victory.[/quote]

    My sincere condolences on the premature demise of your dear sister Benazir Bhutto. Our president also made it a point to send his condolences. I have been keeping track of the events in that part of the world and I must say that it did not come as a surprise to me. What a way to sacrifice oneÀ‚´s life for the cause of worthless people.

    [quote]I find the Italian judicial system to be very interesting. One of the most independent judiciaries in the world today.[/quote]

    It must be quite interesting for their judicial system to meddle in the internal affairs of another country. What the heck was it doing when the operation “Condor” was going on in Argentina,Chile and Uruguay?

    Obvious that the elites of the “Old Europe” want to bring in the “New Order”.

    On a lighter tone, how is your new lady love?

  • João da Silva

    Llyod Cata (a.k.a Scott Forno)-Roman (In)Justic
    [quote]OPERATION CONDOR!!! Well, JoÀƒ£o da Silva, I finally see some fire from you.[/quote]

    You haven’t seen the real fire power my allies and I have-Not yet. We don’t like to give away our secrets. Man, I cant even take a X-mas and New year break without being challenged by an agent of the Empire!

    [quote]Are you slipping, my friend?[/quote]
    Not really, I am aware that a slip can result in a fatal outcome in our business.

    [quote]You have asked about my telecom knowledge. Do you not know of the US telecommunications firm ITT, which was exposed during this time as an agent of the US CIA. Do you not know that this operation directly led to the US Congress to pass a law preventing foreign assassinations(see Allende). ITT still operates in Brazil. They produce technology(night vision equipment) in Brazil. Telecommunications companies have always worked with intelligence and security forces. ATT has been reconstituted in the US for this same purpose. What wonderful technology they have; not for the betterment of humanity, but for the advance of the New World Order. ITT was so disgraced that they removed themselves as a leader in telecom, but old friendships die hard.
    [/quote]

    Sure, the reason why asked you about your “Telecom Knowledge” was to test how good you were. I had also commented in another thread about the active participation of TIM,Claro,Vivo, TelefÀƒ´nica, Telecom Italia, etc; in Brasil. Of course you never bothered to reply, because you DID not even know that they replaced the Brasilians and Americans a long time ago (1998). In fact, Spain and Italy control our Telecommunications, my friend.Never mind Nokia and Motorola. They just make telephone sets and we both are talking about carriers and not the manufacturers of phone sets.Having said it, lets go to your next comment.

  • A Brazilian

    [quote]It must be the communists who have given you such a glorious Brazil, with more slums than any other country in Latin America.[/quote]

    You are right, they did. They promote a mentality of government’s responsibility for people’s lives instead of individual responsibility. Brazil is a false democracy now because there are only leftist parties. We were better off in the time of the dictatorship.

    Most of Brazil’s ills is due to this communist mentality that exists until today.

  • Lloyd Cata

    A Brazilian
    It must be the communists who have given you such a glorious Brazil, with more slums than any other country in Latin America. It must be the communists that kill priests and nuns for profit. It must be the communists who spread your mothers and sisters legs leaving million children in the streets. It is the communists who corrupt your politicians who would steal from the mouths of hungry children and send ‘Elite Squads’ to silence their cries. It is the communists who teach you nothing of your history, so you think you have heroes(who?). Where are the communists who have made you a little whore in the eyes of the world.

    I have no problem being an American. I will tell you something about being American; it is like being married to the most beautiful woman in the world, only to find out that she is also the biggest whore in the world. Child, you are simply in the School of Pimps and Whores(L’ecole de la Puta) and you are a freshman. You have a long time to graduate, and many hard lessons on the way. Mostly on your back with your legs in the air!

    For you, I see you like the lessons, so you become the teachers pet and he allows you to be on top of others. That is your pleasure, but in the end it is Brazil, your mother who rubs your little pinga until you have the HIV. Then the generals will put you out of your misery like they did the communists, who refused to lay down with the whore.

  • A Brazilian

    Those who fought the communist menace back then are our heroes. Fuck the Italians! Those so called victims of this operation deserved what they had.

  • kckckckc

    My friend
    BobÀƒ£oÀ¢€¦ I think you are due for another enema.

    Costinha

    P.S. PS: Os Estados Unidos Àƒ© uma merda e sempre serÀƒ¡!

  • Lloyd Cata

    Roman Justice
    This is not the first time that the Italian courts have exposed the dealings of The Empire. Remember that 23(?) American CIA operatives are also under indictment in Italy with the cooperation of Berlusconi and the Italian secret services.

    OPERATION CONDOR!!! Well, [b]JoÀƒ£o da Silva[/b], I finally see some fire from you. Are you slipping, my friend? You have asked many times about this EMPIRE, how it relates to YOU in South America? Every day the truth is revealed we come closer to the answer, eh? This operation was conceived by The Empire to exterminate anyone speaking against tyranny, oppression, slavery, or US/Euro policies in South America. You pretend to have clean hands in this?

    You have asked about my telecom knowledge. Do you not know of the US telecommunications firm ITT, which was exposed during this time as an agent of the US CIA. Do you not know that this operation directly led to the US Congress to pass a law preventing foreign assassinations(see Allende). ITT still operates in Brazil. They produce technology(night vision equipment) in Brazil. Telecommunications companies have always worked with intelligence and security forces. ATT has been reconstituted in the US for this same purpose. What wonderful technology they have; not for the betterment of humanity, but for the advance of the New World Order. ITT was so disgraced that they removed themselves as a leader in telecom, but old friendships die hard.

    Would you have us believe the generals in Brazil welcomed the opponents of The Empire, while murdering their own citizens for the very same actions? Did you not read that those people were lured to Brazil and then disappeared? There is more light, every day, shining on the web of deceit, injustice, and persecution by The Empire. Operation Condor had tentacles all over South America, with the head residing in the US State Dept. Why only the Italian judges see the crime? The murderous Brazilian generals will never face a judge in Brazil. Why would they be prosecuted for killing helpless refugees when they have so much of the blood of their own people on their hands? Can you deny this? [b]Again, NO! Do not turn away from the mirror, that shows your real face![/b]

    [b]Thank God that The Truth has not taken a holiday, Lord knows the Devil never takes a moment off.[/b]
    BTW, you may pass my comments on to your masters. They are already aware of who I am, where I am, and who I speak for. As my dear departed sister, Benazir Bhutto, so courageously has shown; we are not afraid, we will not be quiet, and God has promised us the victory.

    This did not start with Bush, and it will not end when he is gone. The Empire will rededicate itself to claiming South America. The only question is, at what price? To be sure, any price that elevates South America as an equal partner with the US and Europe will be found unacceptable. It may appear that you are advancing, but one false step and you will be looking down the barrel of a gun, again.

    I find the Italian judicial system to be very interesting. One of the most independent judiciaries in the world today. Perhaps a return to Greco-Roman Law is more acceptable than what passes for laws in many countries. Remember the Apostle Paul was a Roman, which is the only thing that saved his life, and therefore much of the New Testament of Jesus Christ.

  • bo

    [quote]Man…this s**t gets old after a while. Brazil, or better yet, brazilians (and I’m speaking of the majority), have truly lost their way.[/quote]

    and another mistatement…they’ve never FOUND their way!

  • bo

    [quote]Well what good is the extradition treaty??!![/quote]

    meant “cooperation treaty”.

  • bo

    [quote]”There is no such thing as extradition of Brazilian citizens for trial abroad.[/quote]

    Of course there isn’t. It’s why Brazil is a criminal magnet. Fugitive? Come to brazil and get someone pregnant!

    [quote]Justice Minister Tarso Genro confirmed an extradition was unlikely. “We have a cooperation treaty on criminal justice with (Italy) but, in principle, Brazilian law doesn’t permit extradition,” Genro told reporters in BrasÀƒ­lia.[/quote]

    Well what good is the extradition treaty??!! Once again, only wanting a “treaty” that favors brazil!! Guarantee ya if an Italian committed a crime in brazil and returned to Italy extradition would be sought!!

    Man…this shit gets old after a while. Brazil, or better yet, brazilians (and I’m speaking of the majority), have truly lost their way. Things like morals, the truth, justice, have no place in this country….fucking shame.

  • kckckc

    Mccjohn À¢€“ Welcome Aboard
    After not seeing you for so long, all I want to say is “So long.”

    You are about as welcome as a fart in an elevatorÀ¢€¦ On a scale of one to ten – fuck off.

    Costinha

    P.S. PS: Os Estados Unidos Àƒ© uma merda e sempre serÀƒ¡!

  • João da Silva

    mccjohn
    [quote]Joao,

    It is beyond laughable to read a Brazilian writing about the regime of that era receiving poor victims from neighboring countries with “open arms”. Which Brazil do you live in? How old are you, 12?[/quote]

    No, John, I am over 12. As for “which Brazil I live in?”, I live in the CÀƒº do Mundo, called Southern Brazil.

    [quote]What’s the matter, you boys get declined for those US visas?[/quote]

    Oh, no,John, not as for as I know. BTW, if I may take the liberty of correcting your English, your sentence should read “You boys REFUSED US visas?”. That does show your poor performance in your high school. Disgrace to the country of your origin.Incidentally, I don’t need a visa to get into the U.S. and I am sure Mr.Costinha does not need one either.

    [quote]Volta pra vender biscoitos na rua.[/quote]

    We have been reviewing our Marketing strategy to sell our biscoitos and decided to outsource the selling on the “Rua”. You might be interested in doing it.

    [quote]Viva ChÀƒ¨![/quote]

    Who is this fella? Your gay partner? Clue us all in.

  • mccjohn

    Costinha,

    Some stupid Brazilian has been saying that about American presidents as long as I can remember. You’re not very original, just typical. If America is a shithole why is the world bashing down the doors to get in?

    Joao,

    It is beyond laughable to read a Brazilian writing about the regime of that era receiving poor victims from neighboring countries with “open arms”. Which Brazil do you live in? How old are you, 12?

    What’s the matter, you boys get declined for those US visas? Volta pra vender biscoitos na rua. Viva ChÀƒ¨!

  • João da Silva

    [quote]Judge Luisann Figliola issued the arrest warrants on Monday, following a request from state prosecutor Giancarlo Capaldo.[/quote]

    I did not know that the Eyetalians worked on X-Mas eve. His Majesty Lord Figiola must be quite a zealous judge to issue the arrest warrants on Monday.

    [quote]Rio daily newspaper O Globo said this week that Brazil was not officially part of the secret operation but it allowed “freelance” military and police units to cooperate in certain missions with their counterparts from other countries.[/quote]

    As for as I remember, Brazil was never OFFICIALLY or UNOFFICIALLY part of this odious operation.In fact Brazil received people who were persecuted in Chile,Argentina and Uruguay with open arms and gave asylum to them.

    [quote]The Italian Justice is expected to begin in the coming days procedures for the extradition of those people in the list, according to the Italian press.[/quote]

    It is a wonderful tactic for the Italian Justice to mud sling the Brazilians so as to keep the uneducated Eyetalians from the real problems Italy is facing. However, they have to understand that we have very fine Italo Brazilians who really don’t give a shit about Italy or that Silvio Bellusconi.

    [quote]13 from Brazil[/quote]

    Name them.

    P.S: A Italia Àƒ© uma merda e sempre serÀƒ¡.

  • ckckckc

    George W. Bush
    Should be extradited, convited and exectuted for war crimes

    Costinha

    PS: Os Estados Unidos Àƒ© uma merda e sempre serÀƒ¡!

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