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Petrobras, Moody Blues & the Oscars of the Oil Industry

Source:  Emanuel Cancella| GGN

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Moody’s, which has just now downgraded Petrobras to below investment grade, is a party to a scheme to destabilize the company.  que agora rebaixou a nota da Petrobrás, perdendo grau de investimento, é parte da armação para paralisar a empresa. Did you know that not a single risk agency, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the 2006 meltdown in the U.S?

On  the contrary, it assigned AA (the highest investment grade) to U.S. treasury bonds..

Moody’s is part of an international conspiracy whose principal collaborators in Brazil are Globo, Veja, Band, Estadão, Folha and the PSDB political party, who want to paralyze Petrobrás and hand over our black gold to the gringos.

We cannot allow Petrobras to take a step backward and we cannot allow the paralysis of major public works in Brazil.

Society as a whole favors the arrest of the corrupt and the corruptors, in Petrobras or any other corporation.

But now this is actually starting to happen!

Petrobrás has never been investigated by any previous government: the generals, Sarney, Collor, Itamar Franco, FHC or Lula.

Only the Dilma government has demonstrated the will to take on such an investigation. And not only that.

While the federal police were carrying out Operation Car Wash, oil workers were busy improving the petroleum and production capacity, while the “pre-salt” layer is yielding 700,000 barrels a day.was. Furthermore, Petrobras was recently awarded an “Oscar of the Oil Industry.”* It is thanks to these workers that Petrobras continues to grow and to receive the kudos of the international industry.

Moody’s Blues

This ratings agency, Moody’s, which has just downgraded Petrogras notes to below investment level, is part of a plot to paralyse the company. Do we all remember how, in 2006, no ratings agency in the world, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the American meltdown?

Does Moody’s still deserve its reputation? Take as an example a piece from a  McClatchy reporter in 2009, titled How Moody’s sold its ratings – and sold out investors.

 While the federal police were carrying out Operation Car Wash, oil workers were busy improving the petroleum and production capacity, while the “pre-salt” layer is yielding 700,000 barrels a day. Furthermore, Petrobras was recently awarded an “Oscar of the Oil Industry.”* It is thanks to these workers that Petrobras continues to grow and to receive the kudos of the international industry.

Moody’s Blues

This ratings agency, Moody’s, which has just downgraded Petrogras notes to below investment level, is part of a plot to paralyze the company. Do we all remember how, in 2006, no ratings agency in the world, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the American meltdown?

Does it deserve its reputation? Take as an example a piece from a  McClatchy reporter in 2009, titled How Moody’s sold its ratings – and sold out investors.

The  Securities and Exchange Commission issued a blistering report on how profit motives had undermined the integrity of ratings The Securities and Exchange Commission issued a blistering report on how profit motives had undermined the integrity of ratings at Moody’s and its main competitors, Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s, in July 2008, but the full extent of Moody’s internal strife never has been publicly revealed.at Moody’s and its main competitors, 

GGN reaches a similar conclusion:

In case you didn’t know it,  Petrobrás, through the taxes it pays, finances 80% of the PAC (Growth Acceleration Program) which includes hydroelectric plants, the transposition of the São Francisco River, three refineries, Comperj, and so on. ell.

In the ranking of the perception of corruption published by Transparency  Internactonal, Brazil ranks 69,among 175 countries. We even outrank China, which deals with corruption with a bullet to the back of the head.

Society needs to be vigilant, because behiind the rhetoric of morality and anticorruption of the Globos, Vejas, Bands, Estadãos, Folhas and the PSDB is yet another attempt to destroy Petrobras, thereby bringing to a halt major public works, with mass layoffs, thus destabilizing th

Source:  Emanuel Cancella| GGN

Dear reader: Difficulties with WordPress text editor continue.

Moody’s, which has just now downgraded Petrobras to below investment grade, is a party to a scheme to destabilize the company.  que agora rebaixou a nota da Petrobrás, perdendo grau de investimento, é parte da armação para paralisar a empresa. Did you know that not a single risk agency, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the 2006 meltdown in the U.S?

On  the contrary, it assigned AA (the highest investment grade) to U.S. treasury bonds..

Moody’s is part of an international conspiracy whose principal collaborators in Brazil are Globo, Veja, Band, Estadão, Folha and the PSDB political party, who want to paralyze Petrobrás and hand over our black gold to the gringos.

We cannot allow Petrobras to take a step backward and we cannot allow the paralysis of major public works in Brazil.

Society as a whole favors the arrest of the corrupt and the corruptors, in Petrobras or any other corporation.

But now this is actually starting to happen!

Petrobrás has never been investigated by any previous government: the generals, Sarney, Collor, Itamar Franco, FHC or Lula.

Only the Dilma government has demonstrated the will to take on such an investigation. And not only that.

While the federal police were carrying out Operation Car Wash, oil workers were busy improving the petroleum and production capacity, while the “pre-salt” layer is yielding 700,000 barrels a day.was. Furthermore, Petrobras was recently awarded an “Oscar of the Oil Industry.”* It is thanks to these workers that Petrobras continues to grow and to receive the kudos of the international industry.

Moody’s Blues

This ratings agency, Moody’s, which has just downgraded Petrogras notes to below investment level, is part of a plot to paralyse the company. Do we all remember how, in 2006, no ratings agency in the world, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the American meltdown?

Does Moody’s still deserve its reputation? Take as an example a piece from a  McClatchy reporter in 2009, titled How Moody’s sold its ratings – and sold out investors.

 While the federal police were carrying out Operation Car Wash, oil workers were busy improving the petroleum and production capacity, while the “pre-salt” layer is yielding 700,000 barrels a day. Furthermore, Petrobras was recently awarded an “Oscar of the Oil Industry.”* It is thanks to these workers that Petrobras continues to grow and to receive the kudos of the international industry.

Moody’s Blues

This ratings agency, Moody’s, which has just downgraded Petrogras notes to below investment level, is part of a plot to paralyze the company. Do we all remember how, in 2006, no ratings agency in the world, including Moody’s, alerted the world to the American meltdown?

Does it deserve its reputation? Take as an example a piece from a  McClatchy reporter in 2009, titled How Moody’s sold its ratings – and sold out investors.

The  Securities and Exchange Commission issued a blistering report on how profit motives had undermined the integrity of ratings The Securities and Exchange Commission issued a blistering report on how profit motives had undermined the integrity of ratings at Moody’s and its main competitors, Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s, in July 2008, but the full extent of Moody’s internal strife never has been publicly revealed.at Moody’s and its main competitors, 

GGN reaches a similar conclusion:

In case you didn’t know it,  Petrobrás, through the taxes it pays, finances 80% of the PAC (Growth Acceleration Program) which includes hydroelectric plants, the transposition of the São Francisco River, three refineries, Comperj, and so on. ell.

In the ranking of the perception of corruption published by Transparency  Internactonal, Brazil ranks 69,among 175 countries. We even outrank China, which deals with corruption with a bullet to the back of the head.

Society needs to be vigilant, because behiind the rhetoric of morality and anticorruption of the Globos, Vejas, Bands, Estadãos, Folhas and the PSDB is yet another attempt to destroy Petrobras, thereby bringing to a halt major public works, with mass layoffs, and in this way destabilizing the Dilma government.

e Dilma government.

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