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(en) Anarkismo.net: The conservative rearticulation by Bruno Lima Rocha (pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 22 Mar 2013 22:30:40 +0200

Senator Katia Abreu (PSD-TO) represents the interests of the producers of agro, with emphasis on large landowners, systemists indeed the great chain of Agro, with this position even more comfortable within the coalition government. ---- Brazil is experiencing a moment of conservative advancement and that is undeniable. The ideological gap is noticed in an alliance of right kind of new, conceived within the coalition government. ---- Once the pastor and congressman Marco Feliciano (PSC-SP) was nominated to become president of the Human Rights Commission of the Chamber, I read some comments that seemed relevant. Beyond the criticism of neo-Pentecostal, some fellow teachers elaborated the idea a rearticulation conservative, more ideological than political, but much stiffer in specific guidelines.

The alliance would have two foundations. One is the popular conservatism, maximized by the legion of preachers of prosperity theology thrust into professional politics. Another is the foundation of landlordism, key economic sector for the Brazilian trade balance and always victorious when a staff dispute against environmentalists and small-scale agriculture.

The evidence for the conservative alliance on the ideological level appeared in an article by Senator Katia Abreu (PSD-TO), published in the Folha de São Paulo on Saturday, March 16. The also president of the National Confederation of Agriculture (CNA, equivalent to the national union of farmers) writes a libel relating the thought of the Italian Antonio Gramsci with the proposed wording of Article 159 of the Civil Code. In this second Abreu, was intent on reviving the 3rd National Plan on Human Rights, drafted in late 2009 and promptly discarded by Lula.

In the text of the proposed civil code would create a new paradigm regarding land tenure, overcoming common sense at least in matters of land disputes. For Abreu, proposal writing, by not applying the immediate withdrawal of the occupiers (called by Senator attackers), removes the powers of immediate police response to "nullify the statute of repossession. And, along with the cancellation, the right to property. "

Beyond the scope of this article, answer word for word, but it is worth noting that Katia Abreu uses the terms "infiltration in the media" and "gradual breakdown of Christian values." This is dangerous language and terminology alarmist, sounding wistful Cold War and the dictatorship. How landlordism does not play and neither does a caricature of yourself, you must treat the clash with the seriousness required. The country is undergoing a re-articulation is conservative and this has to be taken into consideration.

Bruno Lima Rocha

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