Apparently, that Freeper Vanity is 100% baloney. I’ve posted five points where what juliosevero claims is happening seems to be unbelievable, and asked juliosevero to provide any documentation which can support his assertions, with no response.
Well that settles that then.
Bishops comments on abortion spark debate in Brazilian campaign
October 24, 2010
"Analysts say the bishops position on the matter is a delicate one, since the Catholic Church has always supported the Workers Party and was one of the social bases for the partys creation in the 1980s. The Catholic Church has always walked hand in hand with the Workers Party on issues such as landless peasants and agrarian rights."
"The Workers' Party (Portuguese: Partido dos Trabalhadores, PT) is a centre-left political party in Brazil. Launched in 1980, it is recognized as one of the largest and most important left-wing movements of Latin America. It governs at the federal level in a coalition government with several other parties since January 1, 2003. After the 2010 parliamentary election, PT became the largest party in the Chamber of Deputies and the second largest in the Federal Senate for the first time ever. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the President with the highest approval rating in the history of the country, is PT's most prominent member. His successor, Dilma Rousseff, is also a member of PT; she took office on January 1, 2011. The party's symbols are the red flag with a white star in the center; the five-pointed red star, inscribed with the initials "PT" in the center; and the Workers Party' s anthem. Workers' Party's TSE (Supreme Electoral Court) Identification Number is 13.