Lula wants to stop the BRICS in BRAZIL? Brazil’s explanation for postponing its BRICS presidency is highly suspect.
There you go, you see what side this guy is on, “you have to see it to believe it…”, the DS across the US, consider Latin and South America their backyard and act accordingly.
Published on 22.1.2023
Lula wants to stop the BRICS in BRAZIL?
In Brazil, there is currently a kind of limbo, with the military not responding to Lula, and an already weakened presidency that seems unable to last long…
Furthermore, Lula’s finance minister said that Brazil will postpone its BRICS presidency… This confirms that Lula never intended to continue what Bolsonaro tried to do…
The false counter-information, made believe for months that Lula was close to Putin and interested in the consolidation of the BRICS… Even his umpteenth lie has been resoundingly denied. ….
It is unbelievable that a rising great power like Brazil cannot hold more than one major multilateral summit a year. What appears to be happening is that Lula is doing the United States a favor in return for his intelligence services helping to orchestrate the January 8 incident which consolidates his power.
Brazilian Finance Minister Fernando Haddad told the global elite at the Davos summit on Wednesday that his country wanted to postpone to 2025 its BRICS presidency scheduled for 2024. According to him, “We postponed our presidency of the BRICS so that it does not coincide with that of the G20… (in order to) do a good job in both cases. This explanation is highly suspect, however, as it is incredible that a rising great power like Brazil cannot hold more than one major multilateral summit in a single year.
What seems to be happening is that the triple president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, better known as Lula and who returned to power this year, is doing the United States a favor in return for the help provided by his services. intelligence to orchestrate the January 8 incident which consolidated his power. Readers unaware of the Brazilian leader’s surprising closeness to the United States, despite declining unipolar hegemony being responsible for his previous imprisonment, should consult the following analyses:
- October 31: “The geostrategic consequences of Lula’s re-election are not as clear as some might think.”
- November, 1st : “Biden’s reaction to the last Brazilian elections shows that the United States prefers Lula to Bolsonaro”.
- November 24: “Korybko to Sputnik Brasil: Workers’ Party Infiltrated by Pro-American Liberal-Globalists”.
- January 9: “Everyone should exercise caution before rushing to judge what just happened in Brazil.”
- January 12: “Korybko to Sputnik Brasil: The United States Played a Decisive Role in the January 8 Incident”.
In short, Lula’s internal ideological alignment with ruling liberals in the United States on socio-cultural issues like abortion, climate change, COVID, and non-traditional sex, among others, is stronger than his alignment. international ideology with Brazil’s BRICS partners. This is not to downplay the latter, but simply to underscore the strength of the former, which is why he is, against all odds, seeking to delay his country’s scheduled BRICS presidency from 2024 to 2025.
Of course, he cannot openly say that this is a favor to the United States, for fear of angering his multipolar base, hence the ridiculous excuse he has asked his minister for Finances to present to the global elite in Davos, which incredibly implies that Brazil cannot host more than one major multilateral summit in a single year. It remains to be seen what else Lula could do for the United States in return for their support to help him consolidate his power, but this latest development raises serious concerns about his broader intentions.