Brazil's coup govt has announced a huge privatization agenda with plans to auction off 32 major infrastructure projects.
Inside the stormy revelations concerning the coup against Brazil's suspended president Dilma Rousseff, the neoliberal "Taliban" rush to complete their mission, abolishing any pretexts.
The undemocratic procedures through which Rousseff was forced to abandon the leadership of the country are amazingly apparent, especially after the latest revelations through the transcripts that were published by the country's largest newspaper, Folha de São Paulo.
Recall that revelations concern secret conversations that took place in March, just weeks before the impeachment vote in the lower house was held. They show explicit plotting between the new planning minister (then-senator), Romero Jucá, and former oil executive Sergio Machado — both of whom are formal targets of the “Car Wash” corruption investigation — as they agree that removing Dilma is the only means for ending the corruption investigation. The conversations also include discussions of the important role played in Dilma's removal by the most powerful national institutions, including — most importantly — Brazil's military leaders.
As the infringement of the democratic processes is more than evident, the neoliberal agents of the global plutocracy proceed in rapid moves to secure their agenda before people start to realize what's really going on. That's why they rush to implement immediately their plan to sell off Brazil's public property and slash public spending.
The onslaught of the neoliberal "Taliban" globally is more than evident.