Wednesday, March 24, 2010

FHC é o Kerensky de Lula

"The Kerenskian mentality causes as much harm as Leninism itself because by seeking conciliation rather than confrontation with an enemy, the opposition to radicalism is emasculated. Without Kerenskys, Leninists wouldn’t have open roads for their advance. It is from that standpoint that one must contemplate who has benefited most from Mr. Lula da Silva’s global popularity. If communist Cuba survives, it will be due more to diplomatic and economic support from the Kerenskyist Mr. Lula than the in-your-face Mr. Chavez, whose own ability to cling to power is aided by credibility gained through the Venezuelan-Brazilian alliance. Mr. Lula’s high-profile backing for authoritarians in Bolivia and Ecuador helps demoralize the pro-democracy opposition there as it has in Venezuela." (http://www.ordemlivre.org/blog/?p=1039) Armando Valladares passou 22 anos preso pelo regime castrista e escapou pra contar a experiência no livro "Contra toda a esperança". Se você quer ter uma idéia do que realmente acontece na "democracia popular cubana", clique no linque (www.cubdest.org/libros/LivroValladares.doc). E nas minhas andanças por aí encontrei esse artigo do Paulo Diniz escrito um pouco antes da primeira eleição do Lula que explica bem o título do post. (http://www.olavodecarvalho.org/convidados/0164.htm) Tem textos bons lá no site do Olavo de Carvalho, vira essa cara de nojinho pra lá.

1 comment:

rodrigo.feijao said...

tem gente que tem de cheirar coco pra acordar, sol! hahah