Brazil: PSDB's laboratory to new totalitarianism?
Coveted for all the speculators, bankers, pirates and plunderers of the planet; too rich, enormous, aparently incapable to decide the increasing misery and the violence where its population moans, the great South-american country becomes sadly famous for the Nazi-fascists applications that data-processing technologies find over there.
First and unique nation in the world that uses a fully digital electoral process that can't be verified, for proposition of M.G.'s Senator Eduardo Azeredo tries out to innovate now by becoming the pioneer in demanding identification and rates for internet users.
The Senator, former governor of Minas Gerais, very rich in minerals a brazilian state, one of the responsible persons by introducing the process of voting that can't be verified, the first and the principal involved person into the disreputable scandal of the "Valerioduto", he tries, with crescent difficulties, (thank goodness!) to approve the totalitarian project at Constitution & Justice Commission of Brazilian Senate.
If approved, the project will give birth to a flourishing market of forged digital signatures, in addition to push Brazilian user about to foreigner providers, making difficult, in passing, the thoroughfare on the net of millions of Brazilians, and detering those people who use it as the only democratic information tool available in the country.
Azeredo, in addition to be interested in help friends in the banks and in digital signatures corporations, worried with the importance that the Internet had, for example, on voting of disarmament, dedicated to silence all the critical voices before the presidential elections of 2010, he seems not to be ashamed of assuming this gloomy roll more.
In Brazil, archaic oligarchies control regional press. International corporations do the same to nation-wide media.