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Brazil is the main hit and the impediment of President Dilma is just one chapter of a global strategy, especially large corporations and the financial system articulated with central governments.|
The large national entrepreneurs want to return to the gain level that had under neoliberal policies, prior to Lula.
Opposition to Dilma and support for his absence has an employer bias.
Fiesp with A Skaff, the FIRJAN, the Federation of Trade of São Paulo, the Brazilian Association of Electronics Industry and Appliances (Abinee), Paraná business entities, Espírito Santo, Pará and many enterprise networks are already open campaign for preventing and by the end of the kind of social democracy implemented by Lula-Dilma.
The tested strategy against the "Arab Spring" and applied in the Middle East and now in Brazil and Latin America in general is to destabilize progressive governments and align them to global strategies as aggregates partners.
It is symptomatic that in March 2014 Emy Shayo, JB Morgan analyst, coordinated a round table with Brazilian advertising linked to neoliberal macroeconomics with the theme: "How to destabilize the Dilma government."
Arminio Fraga, likely finance minister in a possible post-Dilma government, comes from JB Morgan (cf.blog Juarez Guimarães, "Because employers want the blow").
Noam Chomsky, Moniz Bandeira and others warned that the US will not tolerate a power like Brazil in the South Atlantic that has an autonomy project, linked to the BRICS.
Of great concern to US foreign policy and the growing presence of China, its main contender, the various countries of Latin America, especially in Brazil.