" Rio da paz " : Un " Otpor " calviniste Brésilien subventionné par ... ?

Publié le 24 Juin 2013

Lutter contre la corruption et réclamer un " gouvernement propre " c'est consensuel comme lutter contre le cancer ,  contre les morpions dans les pubis ou contre le départ du soleil la nuit !

Une ONG se manifeste ces derniers jours au Brésil par des happenings basés sur le visuel : " Rio da paz " [ lien ]  [ site de l'ONG ]  Elle est présidée par le pasteur Présbytérien Antônio Carlos Costa  . Celui-ci est diplomé par la  Faculté Libre de Théologie Réformée d'Aix en Provence . [ site ]   [ guide pdf  de l'étudiant 2011 ]    L'asssociation Rio da paz ne s'est jamais cachée  ces dernières années de vouloir " changer le Brésil " [ lien ]  Désormais , elle semble " incontournable " dans tous les happenings anti-gouvernementaux et " anti-politiciens " . [ lien ]              Il faut immédiatement se poser la question dans le contexte actuel du financement d'une organisation religieuse qui se propose de " changer la société " et dirigée par un Calviniste puritain ! ONG Rio da Paz protesta contra a corrupção e pretende entregar vassouras a políticos983949_680662841948781_76909788_n

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<br /> Ah; ces Pentecôtistes, non seulement ils sont partout, mais ils vont jusqu'à ouvrir des églises athées. Si ce n'est pas ratisser large...<br /> <br /> <br /> "Joie de vivre". Première église pour les athées aux USA :<br /> <br /> <br /> http://www.neotrouve.com/?p=4019<br />
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<br /> Chris: The Pentacostals are the major sector of non-catholics in Brazil. But the traditional protestan churcehs - mostly Methodist and Presbyterian consist of a relatively small number of<br /> members. The Pententcostals are now a major religous group in Latin America - but they are different from the traditional protestant churches , Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist. Baptist who<br /> remain relatively small in Latin America. On Jan 2.2012, the newest mega-church of one Pentacostal group (there are three) opened its 150,000 seat church in Sao Paulo: One million came and busses<br /> parked along six kilometers of two lanes of the inner-city-express-way. Traffic could not reach the airport many lost their flights. The Pentacostals are important for Brazil's economic<br /> independence because they advocate development - in contrast to the Catholic Church (on behalf of the Vatican) and the traditional protestants (on behalf of the U.S.) In India too, the Catholic<br /> Church and the U.S. tradional protestants attempt to sabotage the development of India. Check youtube videos under PENTACOSTAL (Brasil - oder with name of any other nations in Latin America,<br /> including Cuba. Best  video is  PAGODE PENTACOSTAL FOGO<br />
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<br /> Jan, I read that with 22% approx of the population, the evangelical churches are the second religion of that country. I feel that in no way you may state that they are a minority. Well, unless<br /> you consider that each evangelical church is independant from the others.<br />
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<br /> Of oourse the NON-PENTACOSTAL protestants - which are a relatively small sector in Brazil - use this opportunity to A. create attention for themselves, B. incease the pro-U.S. subversion.<br /> (They are especially actives in the "Cabeca de Cachorro" region - part of a general plan to dismemember Brazil - by indigenous autonomies in the North (Yanomami, the German agents Ruediger<br /> Nieberg ? and  Christina Haverkamp prepared that after 1989 - the Brazilians only discovered it  in 2002 (see" Profecia  Orlanod Villas Boas) and Gen. Heleno and Col. Fregapani<br /> only raised alarm in 2008), West (Akashinga ? from Peru. The German BND has a Brazilian ethnologist educated in Germany working at that project: Dr. Fernandes of the U.Bremen). And the<br /> project of the U.S.+Vatican for a "Guarani Autonomy" carved from adjacent regions in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia. ------------There seem now seem  two nationalist groups in Brazil<br /> who want to defend the independent of Brazil against the U.S. and NATO: On the Right - the  the conservative, nationalistic Military Caste and the Agro Industry which competes against<br /> U.S. agro exports, and the national "consorcios" including the half-state industries- and on the left the labor unions, the PT, the PcdoB and other coalition parties such as as PMDB. Brazil .<br /> Possibly also the Pentacostals who profit from growth and are against the Vatican and U.S. protestant infiltration. ----------- And there are two groups against the independence of Brazil:<br /> "Os atores do Globo" who want to go to Hollywood, also O Globo, and especially O Estado de S.P. who want Brazil as a "protectorate" of the U.S. like Mexico and Honduras. And a semi-americanized<br /> upper middle , especially in Sao Paulo, who want to move to Miami anyway. Also an americanized lumpen-proletariat in the favelas. ----On for the independence of Brazil: The PT, PcdoB, PMDB,the<br /> labor unions, possibly the Pentacostals due to competition against the Catholic Church and the U.S. protestants. - On the left against the independence of Brazil: Trotskists, and "false flag"<br /> left NGOs of the CIA, CIMI "liberation theologians".<br />
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