Monday, December 05, 2022

Brazil Military Kills “Red Command” Cartel Leaders, Prepares Take Over

Sources on the ground now confirm that the Army is mobilizing and has eliminated key leaders of the Communist-allied drug cartels in Rio. In an unusual step for the military, the Army has invaded favelas of Rio de Janeiro and killed top leaders of the Comando Vermelho (Red Command) drug cartel, which supports the Communist criminal Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. 
Observers take this to indicate the beginning of a federal military intervention. The drug gangs were the only ones to celebrate the alleged election victory by criminal Lula Oct. 30, firing automatic weapons in the air in the favelas. President Bolsonaro cracked down hard on the Brazilian drug gangs. 
“The heads of drug trafficking of Morro do Juramento and Juramentinho, identified as Rodrigo Barbosa Marinho, known as Rolinha or Titio Rolinha, and Hevelton Nascimento Júnior, the “Bad Boy”, respectively, were killed during a Military Police operation in Vicente de Carvalho on Thursday (1st). Three other suspects died in the action and one, who was also injured, is imprisoned in custody in the hospital” O Dia reports. 
The drug cartels are the armed wing of the Communists. Comando Vermelho controls parts of Rio de Janeiro and was formed 1979 as an alliance between cartels and Communists. If they are eliminated, the risk 0f a civil war will be significantly reduced.


When you watch the video at the top of this post, you can see how much we have in common with Brazil.

Prediction: Don't be surprised if, when all of this disorder has been resolved here in the U.S., we find that many major corporations are actually not so much in the business of selling the products they are known for, as they are simply just money laundering schemes working in league with drug cartels here in the U.S.

Who would I suspect of such a thing?

Just think about the companies who "Get Woke, Go Broke." 

Clearly they don't care whether we like them or not. 

That doesn't seem like the behavior of an ordinary Capitalist, now, does it?

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