EterSec, a Brazilian cell of the Anonymous hacking group, released a list yesterday (23) showing: 110 agribusiness companies allegedly funding anti-democratic actions in Brazil.

There are three documents in total: one shows companies, another focuses on large businesses, and the other personally describes entrepreneurs who manage or partner businesses.

The digital activist group calls the report “Bolsoagros”. It was alleged that some of these people provided buses, food and camp aid to the terrorists who attacked the headquarters of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial powers on 8 January.

“Not every name mentioned here is the direct financier of the invasion of Brasilia, some donated for the re-election of our country’s right-wing members, others held awkward meetings where policies were proposed to nurture the gains of agriculture. class” made a point with emphasis on EterSec.

Text, CPF, RG, PIS, date of birth, father and mother name, phone number, emails, fleet of vehicles, voter registration, income and Education for entrepreneurs, in addition to the names of companies and their CNPJ. The report even includes products purchased from online sites and scores from Serasa.

Most of the information compiled is publicly availableHowever, it does serve to “connect the dots,” according to Anonymous’ Brazilian cell. According to them, the exhibition also shows how public officials such as lawmakers receive donations from agricultural companies that are supposedly involved in anti-democratic activities.

“And in their authority [os deputados] voted on measures that made environmental laws more flexible, as well as supporting vetoes and/or decrees of former President Bolsonaro. The support of these MPs for Bolsonaro’s permanence is not in vain, this is an attempt to secure the profit machine, which is agribusiness,” continues EterSec.

Destruction of the environment and indigenous peoples

EterSec text, in addition to linking agribusiness entrepreneurs to the January 8 terrorist acts accuses those listed of contributing to the environmental destruction of indigenous lands in particularand that these factors caused famine among indigenous peoples such as the Yanomami.

The Yanomami case in Roraima had a lot of repercussions last week. Indigenous people are experiencing a serious health crisis caused by factors such as malnutrition. The humanitarian crisis has even killed children who are still battling the malaria epidemic.

President Lula (PT) visited the area last Saturday (21), and the federal government declared it a Public Health Emergency.


“In 2021, more than 100 people died on their native land from illegal mining, while in 2020 46% of Yanomami district was occupied by illegal mining and 55% of the population did not eat properly. people experience hunger, disease and social insecurities that are devastating on a psychological, physical and environmental level,” says a quote from the text published by EterSec.

At the end of the report, Anonymous’ Brazilian cell argues that the Brazilian agribusiness is “toxic,” recalling how some entrepreneurs in the industry have extracted billions of dollars from deforestation and occupation of indigenous lands, and how the damage “could last for centuries.” .

“We need to talk and remember what agrarian reform means and why it’s so important to at least try to solve problems that are so deep in our society. We need to charge more and more fees for delineating Indigenous territory,” says EterSec.

Source: Tec Mundo

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