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Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« on: May 07, 2009, 11:59:08 AM »
Check what writes Ferreira Gullar, a Brazilian poet from Maranhão (land of José Sarney), in his weekly article in Folha de São Paulo, a major Brazilian newspaper:

"A brasileira Bruna Bianchi Ribeiro  era casada com o norte-americano  David Goldman. Moravam nos Estados Unidos e tiveram um filho. O  garoto tinha 4 anos, quando Bruna  disse ao marido que viria com o filho  passar férias no Brasil e, aqui chegando, telefonou para ele dando por  acabado o casamento e dizendo que  o filho ficaria com ela. Isso, sem dúvida, caracteriza sequestro. Pouco  depois Bruna morreu e seus pais,  junto com o novo marido dela, negaram-se a devolver o menino ao pai  biológico. O advogado da família  chegou a afirmar que, se o menino,  por força da Justiça, for entregue ao  pai, será repetir o que fez Vargas, entregando Olga Benário aos nazistas.  Afirma isso e nem corado fica."

The Brazilian Bruna Bianchi Ribeiro was married to the American David Goldman. They lived in the US and had a son. The boy was 4 years old when Bruna told her husband that she and their kid would spend their vacations in Brazil, and, once she was here, she told him by phone that their marriage was over and their son would stay with her. That, alone, characterizes an abduction. Soon Bruna died and her parents, teamed with his new husband, refused to return the kid to his biological father. The family's lawyer had the nerve to say that if the boy was forced to be delivered to his dad by the Brazilian Justice, it would be the same thing when Vargas delivered Olga Benário to the nazis. He states that without even blushing.

He refers to Olga Benário Prestes, which was brought from the Nazi Germany with help of false papers, but then sent back there by the fascist-like government of Getúlio Vargas. Seriously, the same thing, right?

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2009, 12:02:24 PM »
I love it :)

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2009, 12:24:26 PM »
The pressure within the judges chambers must be very painful. The boiling point for the Lies e Snakes family, the Riberios must be excrutiating. With every article that comes out positively for David, the writing on the wall, the end of this fight is that much more clear and near.   We just need the judge to pass down the actual ruling now and it will be officially over.

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2009, 12:35:35 PM »
How much longer can they wait to pass the ruling down???? Brazil has far surpassed the six weeks return a million times over.

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2009, 12:39:54 PM »
Tweinstein has been waiting for over a year.

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2009, 12:43:15 PM »
well thats terrible!! these judges need to make a quicker rulling ..These are children were talking about not adults...

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2009, 01:04:25 PM »
Yes,  I agree with you But they seem to think that children are not human beings with Feelings and lives so they must think they Don't need to hurry which is sad.
With all of the lies and statements that have been made  By the lies and snakes family is hurting sean even more. For god's sake , make a flippen Ruling and let this child have a life with his father David. How Ihumane is this I ask.?  The Lies and snakes family merely thinks of him as a posession and an object. Nothing more

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2009, 01:11:52 PM »
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Yes, I agree with you But they seem to think that children are not human beings with Feelings and lives so they must think they Don't need to hurry which is sad.

True, abducting parents only think about themselves, not realizing they're only harming their children.
 
Gullar's comment was spot on.
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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2009, 01:14:20 PM »
thats just plain out ridiculous ..these children are our future that will also be paying their salarys and becoming voices all around the world....Enough already ! Send all the children home, abide by the laws...who in the hell would give custody to a person when this child has a father that has been fighting for him all along...Makes no sense and pisses me off....

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« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2009, 01:21:23 PM »
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Tweinstein has been waiting for over a year.
Why can`t Pres Lula make an executive ruling in accordance w/ the Hague Convention?Are the courts above intervention by the executive/legislative branchs of government?This delay by STJ is beyond my thinking.Sean has been detained in Brasil for 4 yrs--enough,enough.:burn:

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2009, 01:28:10 PM »
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Check what writes Ferreira Gullar, a Brazilian poet from Maranhão (land of José Sarney), in his weekly article in Folha de São Paulo, a major Brazilian newspaper:
 
"A brasileira Bruna Bianchi Ribeiro era casada com o norte-americano David Goldman. Moravam nos Estados Unidos e tiveram um filho. O garoto tinha 4 anos, quando Bruna disse ao marido que viria com o filho passar férias no Brasil e, aqui chegando, telefonou para ele dando por acabado o casamento e dizendo que o filho ficaria com ela. Isso, sem dúvida, caracteriza sequestro. Pouco depois Bruna morreu e seus pais, junto com o novo marido dela, negaram-se a devolver o menino ao pai biológico. O advogado da família chegou a afirmar que, se o menino, por força da Justiça, for entregue ao pai, será repetir o que fez Vargas, entregando Olga Benário aos nazistas. Afirma isso e nem corado fica."
 
The Brazilian Bruna Bianchi Ribeiro was married to the American David Goldman. They lived in the US and had a son. The boy was 4 years old when Bruna told her husband that she and their kid would spend their vacations in Brazil, and, once she was here, she told him by phone that their marriage was over and their son would stay with her. That, alone, characterizes an abduction. Soon Bruna died and her parents, teamed with his new husband, refused to return the kid to his biological father. The family's lawyer had the nerve to say that if the boy was forced to be delivered to his dad by the Brazilian Justice, it would be the same thing when Vargas delivered Olga Benário to the nazis. He states that without even blushing.
 
He refers to Olga Benário Prestes, which was brought from the Nazi Germany with help of false papers, but then sent back there by the fascist-like government of Getúlio Vargas. Seriously, the same thing, right?

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2009, 01:29:15 PM »
that lawyer is an idiot :eek:
« Last Edit: May 07, 2009, 01:30:30 PM by alleycat »

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #12 on: May 07, 2009, 02:36:00 PM »
Gullar's comments are excellent. When will JPLS see the 'hand writing' that Sean should be returned to David ASAP?? How cruel these people are - and sadly, they have so much power!! Keep pushing - the end has to come soon.

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #13 on: May 07, 2009, 03:02:17 PM »
It's nice to know that all of the unbiased outspoken minds out there are on our side. Their side, on the other hand, are stuck with:

- Their relatives
- Their friends (clueless actresses, novelists and writers, and corrupt politicians)
- Some people that are not well informed.

This case is not solved only because people from the first two items have a lot of influence in Brazilian politics and media. Even with that they don't have public opinion on their side - even in O Globo blogs you can count their supporters with one hand.

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Re: Comment by Ferreira Gullar, Brazilian poet
« Reply #14 on: May 07, 2009, 03:06:34 PM »
:yeahthat: