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(en) Anarkismo.net: The blackmail and the international economic media by BrunoL (pt) [machine translation]

Date Wed, 07 May 2014 09:07:26 +0300


On Monday 7 April, the newspaper O Globo echo a text Financial Times (FT) which provides this publication "death sentence" for the Brazilian economic model. Those who follow my articles on this blog for almost nine years knows how critical I am of the coalition government, including the model Bismarckism Tropical, where the federal government partners with oligopolistic capital, favoring national champions and their foreign counterparts. ---- I emphasize that my criticism by the left has no relation to the mechanism of blackmail and creating factoids coming from the center of capitalism and especially the feedback from the financial casino. ---- The latest attack on the Brazilian economy has its origin in footnote lowered the risk analysis Standard & Poor's (S & Ps) agency, passing through the country from BBB to BBB-. The long-term forecast of this agency indicates some "instability" but not yet cut investment grade (investment grade).

Amazingly, the recommendation of this private company determines the purchase of the roles of the Brazilian public debt, because the large global funds have in their operating rules such outsourced prior review.

If the agency does not recommend the purchase, operations managers and analysts can not buy bonds of a country, which results in a violent discount. The so-called "herd effect" can get a combined sale - as was the case of Greece - or else a note lowered.

It seems funny, but is fake. The S & Ps gave AAA (maximum) score for the fraudulent Enron (before the energy company goes bankrupt) and investment banks Lehman Brothers and Bear Stern - co-responsible for the financial bubble -. Weeks before the crash of 2008 Only this data already would be enough to cast doubt on the fairness of these agencies and the analysis engine.

To make matters worse, both the FT and The Economist and the Wall Street Journal (the "unpolluted" Rupert Murdoch) take as authoritative sources, the operators equally complicit by the bubble and subsequent crisis of 2008 overall gambling.

Where a matter takes as generating a dubious index and hears only experts directly interested in the subject, the text is at least suspect. The suspicion is confirmed when applying feature hidden subject, listening to "the market" or referring to "most economists" to confirm the central argument.

This is blackmail, trying to condition the sovereign decisions of Brazil before the global speculators.
Related Link:http://estrategiaeanalise.com.br/artigos/a-chantagem-da-midia-economica-internacional,ef3f80278c18ff5872df5360c1626063+01.html
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