Judge of the 2nd Civil Court of Juiz de Fora (MG), speaks out on secret societies infiltrating the Brazilian Judical System and the Current Changes in Law and Constitution for The NWO Agenda
December 3, 2012 in South America
“There is knowledge of international secret societies whose original goals are to enrich their members, the conquest of power and world domination by any means necessary, honest and dishonest. They intend to gradually abolish the sovereignty of Governments, so the members of these associations can take its place.
The most famous are Illuminati, Skull and Bones, Bilderberg Group and CFR, affirming the experts that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund were created by the members of these societies.
People in finance, the highest of employees, important businessmen and overall influential people, including a member of the Supreme Court of the United States. These members are submitted to a cruel initiation ritual and they keep their commitments to secrecy and absolute fidelity, naturally fearful of punishment, which could very well result in their murder.
These societies finance elections, the writing of laws, international treaties and everything that could result in the facilitation of their control over the wealth of every nation. Its foundation is the ambition of power and the persons are only interested in dominating rather than cooperating with collective progress.
In every sector of human activity there are people of this kind, including the Judicial System, and this could very well result that some being a part of any society of this sort, are currently involved in criminal activities. Not all men and women who stand out in the local, regional, national or worldwide affairs act on idealism and noble intentions. It could certainly be so, that the acts on our Judicial, Legislative and Executive systems are favoring foreign capital at the expense of our interests, generating the impoverishment of our people.
The fact that the IMF is establishing parameters to the reform of our Judicial System is startling, to say the least. Some people may think this is something out of a conspiracy movie, but this is real. Therefore, it is important that the selection of magistrates will rest upon the competence of the Judicial, through public tender offers to 1st instance and internal promotion to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th, abolishing up the 5th constitutional and the choices made by the Governors of the State including the President of the Republic.
But, while this still happens, we may have a lot of unpleasant surprises during trials relating to some specific cases and edit any binding precedents which are highly prejudicial.
I am not affirming that we presently have someone in the Brazilian Judicial System connected to any of these societies, but is very likely that we may.”
(Luiz Guilherme Marques, Judge of the 2nd Civil Court of Juiz de Fora, in an interview to Jus Vigilantibus Magazine, Friday, June 19th 2009.)
Last month, the Brazilian Congress decided to reform the Judicial System: progressing, simultaneously, on the reform of six fundamental code of laws, to people and companies, also, in relation to the distribution of taxes among governments.
These changes will affect over the next decades the following individual, collective and corporate rights: of freedom (Penal Codes and Criminal Procedure); to vote (Election Code); consumer relations (Consumer Code), business (Commercial Code); Access to Justice (Civil Procedure Code), and the distribution of taxes between governments (the “Federative Pact”).
Recently in history, there is no record of legislative reforms of this dimension and depth, executed at the same time and in an accelerated fashion – except during the periods of elected national assemblies to change the Constitution. It is promoted the wide substitution of the main collections of common laws, those that regulate the everyday life of people and companies. And it is intended to change the constitutional rules of power relations between the Union, states and municipalities in the division of taxes.
Since April, the Senate and the Chamber accelerated the simultaneous analysis of different projects to the new Codes. One can find all types of things there.
Innovations, like the end of provisional release to those accused of murder (Fleury Law). Controversial, as the flexibilization of rules on drug use, abortion and euthanasia, and the reduction of penalties for crimes of fraudulent management (fiscal crimes) – a cornerstone of the Mensalão Case. And also, setbacks, such as the attempted reintroduction of censorship in the name of protecting the “rights of personality.”
The architect of this unprecedented reform process is José Sarney, the Senate president and former president of the Republic.
At age 82, Sarney celebrates his fiftieth anniversary of parliamentary life as an author of six of the seven ongoing initiatives for reforms in legal codes. The exception is the Commercial Code, sponsored by PT party.
It is a bold policy which he enabled in an alliance with former President of the Republic, Lula da Silva and President of the Republic Dilma Rousseff. For their schedule, the changes must be approved by 2014.
There is consensus on the need to update the codes. But there is also growing criticism in Congress about the manner and method adopted, which apparently end up influencing the content.
Commissions of Jurists were created to discuss and write preliminary proposals that are now in simultaneous analysis by the Senate and Chamber. It is a legislative roadmap reverse to the usual and that was followed in the Constituent Assembly of 1987, in which projects are born within Congress. Sarney was president at the time of changing the current constitution. He even created a “commission of notables” who prepared a project. The document was received and “died” in a drawer of the Legislature.
“We must adapt the legislation to the new social pact”, Sarney explains “This is happening worldwide. In Brazil, voting for a Code wouldn’t take less than 20 years, which is why we decided to create comissions of experts to offer subsidies to Congress.”, Sarney adds “Experience shows that this avoids the interference of the regular job within the comissions. And there’s an advantage, since we’re already working on the projects in progress.”
He believes this system is working perfectly “Each and every comission of experts had more than 30 public hearings throughout the country, and besides, we received thousands of suggestions”, the president of the Senate continues to say “What we did was leaving the fundamental path of the preliminary proposals against it, ready for Congress to decide upon them, illuminated and with every possible light on it.”
Some people recognize the risks on this change of legislative process to the simultaneous reforms in this very wide aggregate of fundamental laws. One of these people is Celio Borja, former Minister of the Supreme Court, former president of the Chamber, and writer of the last revision of the Penal Codes in 1973.
“It is much too risky to do this all at once, lacking wide consultation or over little debate” he ponders “We must be cautious. Most of the ideas there do not fool me, some are almost juvenile. But, generally speaking, they are pushing a new legislative production, infraconstitutional, which will end up regulating EXCESSIVELY private and civil liberty.”There are positive aspects about it, he says, the most relevant being that Brazil is “thinking globally”. Still, he points out threats: “They are trying to submit to a World Order, of obidience to what they perceive to be politically correct, and with that, the spirit of free-will is bound to diminish. The risk of disagreement is great, for instance, if there happens to be a lack of agreement between the Penal Code and Criminal Procedure.”
In Congress, for three and a half decades now, Senator Pedro Simon (PMDB-RS) says he fears the results of this reformist impetus and lack of transparency restricting debate to the world of law firms, “These commissions of foreign experts, with some guest jurists, are the ones doing the whole job. In them, there is not even a single parliamentarian. The projects arrive here already done and are passed on.“
Last month the senate recieved a new set of counter-projects – constitutional amendments which redesign the distribution of taxes among governments “This is dangerous”, he believes, “The laws need to be changed, the Civil Code is a century old, but in this fashion, in this way to get this done, it’s very complicated, because it will affect the interests of entire generations. And, specially, because we currently have a parliament in crisis, completely corrupt, so much that we even have the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry under suspicion.”
There are also critics in the Chamber, “What we are witnessing is far from normal and it’s very worrying.” says Congressman Miro Teixeira (PDT-RJ), who was a constituent in 1987, “We are being imposed with the ideas of a parliamentary majority, that is passing on codes of laws that will last at least 40 years. Moreover, the mechanism used is the same as the mechanism used in the Ernesto Geisel administration (1974-1979), who had a mania for creating commissions and sending preliminary proposals for Congress vote on.”
More controversial than the legislative method adopted to these simultaneous reforms, is the content of some of the proposals in analysis by the Senate and the Chamber of Congress. Example:
1) Restoration of censorship: The text in debate to the new Code of Civil Procedure provides, as of the beginning of last month, the imposition of censorship through “special procedure” (action and inhibitory action of removing what is illicit) “appropriate for the protection of so-called new rights – the rights of personality and other rights without equity content as described by the general rapporteur, Mr Sergio Barradas Carneiro (PT-BA).
2) Restriction to the access to Justice: In the same project, it is restricted the presentation of resources, appeals to regional Forums in metropolitan areas. Considering this criteria, the people residing in Amazon’s remote areas – half of the national territory, by the way – will have to travel, sometimes by boat for days on, to be able to bring their requests to the Judges.
3) Reduction on penalties for crimes of fraudulent management. There are proposals for the Penal Code that aim to reduce the punishment of corporate crime, contrary to what the Supreme Court is doing in the Mensalão Trial. The current Code provides for a sentence of three to 12 years in prison for this crime, but it is suggested in the new Code the penalty is limited to between one and five years in jail. In theory, someone convicted in the Mensalão case, could fulfill a softer sentence if the proposal is approved for this future Code.
4) Changes to the Electoral Justice System: basically it consists of the creation of a new branch to the Federal Judiciary System, with judges, offices, and employees, having its own budget in each district in the country.