BRAZIL AND CO2 EMISSIONS

What is the contribution of Brazil to the greenhouse effect with emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from fossil fuels into the Earth’s atmosphere? The media accuses Brazil of being one of the great emitters of CO2. We are ranked as the world’s fourth largest CO2 emitter without explaining what is being compared, from what data,

News Release: Let the Bishops Speak About Christ at the Amazon Synod, Not the Blending of Religions

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Rome, October 4, 2019 “The Special Synod for the Pan-Amazon Region is an opportunity for a true revival of the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ and should avoid any temptation of religious syncretism.” The Brazilian Institute Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira has issued this appeal to the Synod Fathers, who will gather in Rome from

Brazil: Growing Reaction against the Amazon Synod

A growing number of Brazilians are showing concern about the pernicious consequences that may derive from the upcoming Pan Amazon Synod, which will open in the Vatican in a week. At first, few understood exactly what it was about. In fact, the Synod’s documents circulated almost exclusively among experts, that is to say, the followers

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Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil CHAPTER 6 – TROPICAL INTENSIFICATION NATIVE FORESTS SAVED BY THE AGRICULTURE lNTENSIFICATION Brazil is the only country in the tropical belt of the globe to become an agricultural power. Management technologies have transformed poor soils into fertile land. The tropicalization of crops, with differentiated cycles, has enabled the use of lands

Authentic Christendom or Tribal-Communist Revolution?

On the 500th anniversary of the discovery of the American continent in 1992, the inter-TFP Committee of Spanish-American Studies, coordinated by Alejandro Ezcurra Naón, launched a work of great importance: Authentic Christendom or Tribal-Communist Revolution – The Great Dilemma of our Time). In this series of articles, taken from this study, we will see that

Indian Tribalism: The Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century (XIX)

November 30, 1977 | Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira PART III “Aggiornate” Missionary Voices Section XI Attack on the Pioneers Opposed to tradition, the new missionaries could not fail to mention the pioneers with brutal one-sidedness. 44. Pioneers, the Greatest Predators and Indian Killers From the bulletin CIC – Catholic Information Center – commenting on the 5th meeting of the

The Pan-Amazon Synod and Vatican Contradictions: Yes to China, No to Brazil

The contradictions of Vatican policy become more pronounced as the Pan-Amazon Synod draws near. As the Brazilian daily O Estado de S. Paulo reported, “The Vatican has vetoed the participation of incumbent politicians in the Synod, denying a request by the Brazilian government, which is the main interested party in the discussions as most of

The Genesis of Christian Civilization in Brazil

The great epic of Portuguese missionaries in the evangelization and colonization of Brazil Harsh was the reality that the Portuguese encountered when they arrived in Brazil  five hundred years ago. The natives did not correspond to the myth of the “noble savage” living in a paradisiacal America. Before the Discovery, Brazil was inhabited by a

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Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil CHAPTER 6 – TROPICAL INTENSIFICATION THE GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS EXPANSION Brazil cultivated 49.1 million hectares with transgenic or genetically modified varieties (GMOs) in the 2016/2017 harvest, the largest increase in planted area in the world. Brazilian agriculture lags behind only the United States (70.9 million ha) in the world ranking of

Indian Tribalism: The Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century (XVIII)

Mons Pedro Casaldáliga

November 30, 1977 | Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira PART III “Aggiornate” Missionary Voices Section X Struggle Against the Whites Rural agitation – real class struggle – is not all that is threatening to arise from the Indian question manipulated by missionary agitators. Behold, the latter also create strife between the Indians and the whites by