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Jews in Brazil 05: Ties with racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel

Treaties, commerce and development work - the natives are never mentioned

Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil, vol.4,
                  col.1332, stamp remembering the visit of President
                  Shazar from Israel, 1966
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil, vol.4, col.1332, stamp remembering
the visit of President Shazar from Israel, 1966

from: Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil, vol. 4

presented by Michael Palomino (2008)



<Ties with [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel.

A Brazilian statesman, Oswaldo Aranha, presided over the 1947 UN General Assembly, which voted on the partition of Palestine and for the creation of a Jewish state. Apart from casting hiss delegation's vote in favour of the Partition Resolution, Aranha played a key role in the adoption of the resolution, preventing delaying tactics, and guiding the Assembly to the conclusive vote. In appreciation of his historical role, a street in Tel Aviv and a cultural center in kibbutz Beror Hayil (Ḥayil) (settled by Brazilian Jews) were named after him.

Brazil recognized [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel in February 1949 and from 1952 maintained an embassy in Tel Aviv; Israel has an embassy in Rio de Janeiro and a consulate general in São Paulo. Brazil followed the line of the Western Powers on the question of Jerusalem, voting in favour of the internationalization of the city (December 1949) and against its reunification by [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel after the *Six-Day War (July 1967). In the wake of the *Sinai Campaign (1957), Brazil supported the creation of a UN Emergency Force and contributed a contingent to it.

In 1967, as a member of the Security Council, Brazil took a active part in the negotiations and debates that followed the Six-Day War and sponsored the Latin American resolution, which in effect blocked the acceptance of anti-Israel proposals.

A cultural agreement between the two countries, signed in 1959, provides the framework for cultural cooperation between Israel and Brazil, and there are institutes for cultural relations in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Pôrto (col. 1332)

Alegre. Commercial relations between the two countries are still limited: Israel exports to Brazil in 1967 were $ 1,367,000 and imports were $739,000.

[[The Arab states boycott racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel so all countries of the "Western hemisphere" are filling the gap, so also Brazil]].

On the other hand, extensive technical cooperation exists, now based on an agreement signed in 1962. An Israel mission has worked for years in the Development Authority of the Northeast (SUDENE), establishing a seed farm that specialized in the selection of quality seeds (especially hybrid maize); another team of Israel experts is assisting in the implementation of a pilot project for agricultural and rural development in the state of Piauí (northeastern part of Brazil); Israel has helped the government of Rio Grande do Sul in the development of its water resources; an Israel company has contracted for the laying of railroad lines in the state of Paraná.

In 1967 the two countries signed an agreement for scientific cooperation, dealing mainly with the development of atomic energy for peaceful uses.

[SH.ER.]> (col. 1333)

[[The natives in Brazil never had any right, were driven away and their cultures in many cases destroyed. In the meantimes racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel has about 250 atomic bombs to fulfill the plan of a "Greater Israel" from the Nile to the Euphrates according to 1st Mose, chapter 15, phrase 18, and this sentence is legal until now (2008)]].



-- A. Wiznitzer: Jews in Colonial Brazil (1969), incl. bibl.;
-- idem: Records of the Earliest Jewish Community in the New World (1954)
-- idem, in: AJHSQ, 51 (1962), 168-214, 222-68
-- C.R. Boxer: The Dutch in Brazil 1621-54 (1957), incl. bibl.
-- Emanuel, in: AJA, 7 (1955), 1-64; 14 (1962), 32-68

-- Jewish Colonization Association: Rapport de l'administration centrale au Conseil d'Administration; for 1905-1935 and 1957-1967
-- idem: Le Baron Maurice de Hirsch et la Jewish Colonization Association (1931)
-- A. Ettinger: Im Hakla'im Yehudim ba-Tefuzot (1942), 136-62
-- A. Tartakower: Ha-Hitya-shevut ha-Yehudit ba-Golah (1959), 259-65

-- J. Beller: Jews in Latin America (1969), 231-54
-- E. Lipiner, in: Algemayne Entsiklopedye, Yidn, 5 (1957), 385-95, incl. bibl.
-- M. Kuchinsky, in: Argentiner YIVO Shriftn (1945), 189-97
-- S. Karakuschansky: Aspektn funem Yidishn Lebn in Brazil, 2 vols. (1956-57)
-- I.Z. Raizman: A Fertl Yorhundert Yidishe Prese in Brazil (1968)
-- J. Shatzky: Yidishe Yishuvim in Latayn Amerike (1952), 94-117
-- I. Raffalovitch: Ziyyunim ve-Tamrurim (1952), 163-250
-- D. Landau; in: Revista do Serviço Público (1958)
-- E. Lipiner and S. Serebrenick: Breve História dos Judeus no Brasil (1962), 113-51
-- A.H. Neiva: Estudos sóbre a imigração semita no Brazil (1945)
-- A. Tartakower: Shivtei Yisrael, 3 (1969), 62-79
-- Enciclopédia Judaica, 1 (Port., 1967), 219-50> (col. 1333)

Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil,
                          vol. 4, col. 1331-1332
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil, vol. 4, col. 1331-1332
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil,
                          vol. 4, col. 1333
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Brazil, vol. 4, col. 1333

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