Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people.
Occasionally I am able to follow God’s righteous judgments on nations other than the United States. Brazil is one of these nations. I started noticing the judgments after a vicious storm hit the nation as it was coming against Israel. In fact, someone from Brazil also sent the connection to me. I also noticed that Brazil was one of the leading nations promoting the homosexual agenda. The homosexuals in Brazil are very aggressive against the Lord and this caught my attention.
Brazil has the largest South American economy and it is now in a meltdown along with a long powerful drought that is destroying the nation. It does appear that the sins of Brazil have caught the Lord’s attention, and this nation has come under His judgment.
After blasphemous gay pride parade, Brazil seeks to ban ‘Christophobia’ 06/11/15 Brazil’s homosexuals are especially vicious against the Lord. There is no constraint on them as they openly mock the Lord during their parades. Coinciding wtih this is the meltdown of the Brazilian economy and a nation-destroying drought.
“In the wake of numerous homosexual “pride” parades laced with anti-Christian profanities that have sparked outrage in Brazil, legislators are advancing a new law that will make “Christophobia” a felony. Photos of the desecration of Christian images at the parades – an activity which is common in homosexual “pride” events throughout the world – have circulated widely in the Brazilian media and social networking sites this year. The offensive image that is receiving the most attention is that of the male to female transsexual Viviany Beleboni in this year’s Sao Paulo parade, who was portrayed as crucified on a cross seminude with a sign reading “Enough of Homophobia.” Other images reportedly taken from the parades and displayed on the Facebook page of one Brazilian congressman show additional cases of desecration of Christian symbols. One photo shows two naked lesbians on a cross kissing on the lips. Another shows two people who appear to be a man and a woman sitting naked on top of piles of crucifixes, with sacred images covering their genitals.”
Brazil: How could so much go so wrong? 11/01/15 As Brazil came against Israel and sided with the Palestinians, a curse fell on the nation
“It would be bad enough if Brazil’s embattled president, Dilma Rousseff, just had a recession and a plummeting currency to deal with. But in a perfect storm, she also has two corruption investigations, a fractious Congress and impeachment threats on her plate. Inflation is running at nearly 10 percent, there is a soaring budget deficit and the value of the real has fallen by 32 percent. Average wages are declining and unemployment in Brazil’s six major metropolitan regions was 7.6 percent in September after years of almost full employment. And the bad news keeps on coming: In the first nine months of this year, 657,761 jobs were lost, and 1.5 million jobs are expected to disappear from Brazil’s formal economy in 2015. Standard & Poor’s has downgraded Brazil’s credit rating to junk status, and Fitch Ratings downgraded Brazil to BBB-, which places it at just a notch above junk. Corruption investigations into both Petrobras, the state-run oil company, and the construction industry already have damaged investor confidence. Dozens of members of Congress are under investigation and important corporate leaders have been jailed. The swiftness of Brazil’s fall from grace has given many analysts pause.”
Recognition of Palestine by Latin American States 01/12/11 Brazil was the first South American nation to recognize a Palestinian state.
“As far as the inauguration of the Palestinian embassy in Brazil is concerned, the Iranian news agency asserts that “the refugees underscored that officials of the embassy did not even bother themselves to pay a visit to the refugees despite the persistent appeals they are sending to them to look into their situation”. Hence, the recognition of a Palestinian State by Lula da Silva does not seem motivated by caring about the Palestinian people, but maybe more by the old lefty anti-Israeli sentiment.”
“Brazil’s economy will contract more than previously forecast and is heading for the deepest recession since at least 1901 as economic activity and confidence sink amid a political crisis, a survey of analysts showed. Latin America’s largest economy will shrink 2.95 percent this year, according to the weekly central bank poll of about 100 economists, versus a prior estimate of a 2.81 percent contraction. Analysts lowered their 2016 growth forecast for 13 straight weeks and estimate the economy contracted 3.71 percent last year. Brazil’s policy makers are struggling to control the fastest inflation in 12 years without further hamstringing a weak economy. Finance Minister Nelson Barbosa, who took the job in December, has faced renewed pressure to moderate austerity proposals aimed at bolstering public accounts and avoiding further credit downgrades. Impeachment proceedings and an expanding corruption scandal have also been hindering approval of economic policies in Congress.”
The South American Financial Crisis Of 2015 09/29/15 It looks like that Brazil is heading towards a complete financial collapse in 2016.
Sao Paulo ‘Gay Pride’ – Blasphemous Mockery of Jesus (Video) 0613/15
“What started as a recession driven by the adjustment needs of an economy that accumulated large macro imbalances is now mutating into an outright economic depression given the deep contraction of domestic demand,” Alberto Ramos, chief Latin America economist at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., wrote in a report Tuesday.
Brazil rejects Dani Dayan as ambassador, official says 12/17/15 This is all because Dayan is connected with the Israeli settlements and Brazil wants a Palestinian state.
“The South American country is rejecting Dayan not only because of his senior positions in the Yesha Council, a committee representing Israeli settlements in the West Bank, but also due to the unorthodox way in which his appointment was announced, said the official, who asked to remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the issue.”
Worries grow as serious drought hits São Paulo, Brazil 07/01/15 Part of Brazil’s economic meltdown is the nation’s severe drought!
“Beyond the dire situation for residents of São Paulo, the drought could threaten investors with money in Brazil, one of the so-called “BRIC” emerging-market economies that also include Russia, India and China. Though Rio de Janeiro is bigger, and Brasilia is the capital, São Paulo is the financial center of Brazil, which with an annual GDP of $1.9 trillion is the world’s eighth-largest economy. “American financial market investors in Brazil should be aware of the water shortages in the country, given their knock-on impacts on electricity prices, headline inflation and business confidence,” Katherine Weber, head of Americas Country Risk Analysis at Fitch Group’s BMI Research unit, told CNBC.”
Rio de Janeiro declares health system emergency as Olympics loom 12/24/15
“The governor of Rio de Janeiro declared a state of emergency late on Wednesday as a budget shortfall caused chaos in the state’s healthcare system only eight months before the city of Rio is due to host the 2016 Olympic Games. The declaration comes as hospitals, emergency rooms and health clinics cut services or closed units throughout the state as money ran out for equipment, supplies and salaries.”