Hackers Invade Brazil’s Ruling Party Site and Post Obscene Message

    "Chega dessa porra" (Enough of this shit!) was one of the messages left by Brazilian hackers who attacked today, August 23, Brazil’s ruling party PT’s (Workers Party) site.

    The homepage – www.pt.org.br – has been cleaned now and all that could be seen in the afternoon was the red star of the PT with this message under the party’s symbol: "We are in maintenance."
     
    The invasion occurred around 1 pm, Brasí­lia time, and a group calling itself Bios Team (in English) assumed responsibility for the attack. They posted a series of charges against Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and his government.

    The hackers posted in the site the PT star on fire with the caption: "Chega dessa porra!" They then added a text saying that Lula was a curse that came accompanied by seven plagues:  the Congressional Inquiries on the Post Office, Bingos, Purchase of Votes, Bloodsuckers, Mensalão (big monthly allowance) and crises in agriculture and in metallurgical industries.

    At the end they wrote: "Vote 45", in a reference to the number of presidential candidate Geraldo Alckmin from the opposition PSDB party in the coming October elections.

    The hackers (it might be only one) even excused themselves for their bad Portuguese adding that president Lula doesn’t know Portuguese either. The note is filled with gross grammatical, punctuation and spelling mistakes. Here’s the message in its entirety:

    "Some countries suffer with wars, others with terrorist attacks, some with terrible earthquakes, others with tsunamis. There are even those who suffer with hurricanes and tornados.  We in Brazil have Lula… oh misfortune…

    "He is practically a curse and with him he brings the seven plagues: the Post Office Congressional Inquiry (CPI), the Bingos CPI, the Purchase of Votes CPI, the Bloodsuckers CPI,  the Mensalão (big monthly allowance) CPI – the famous mensalão that turned into funk – without forgetting the Agriculture Crisis (the guy doesn’t care about agriculture, the country’s future and he couldn’t care less but, Mr President, if you ate something today give thanks to a farmer for that, since he was the one who planted it) and the Crisis in the metallurgical industries  (in which the president once was a worker).

    "The country is sinking in taxes and fees, it is interest eating interest. But Lula doesn’t give a damn, he is on his new plane, he gets money in his banking account and he doesn’t know where this money came from or who sent it.

    "Sheesh, what a riot… Open your eyes, folks, this is an election year. Stop selling vote for a denture or a soccer ball, let’s vote consciously and take this country on a new path… PS: Sorry for my Portuguese mistakes, but who cares, you don’t need to know good Portuguese not even to be president."

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    • Unimpressed

      Grow the hell up!
      The bios team is a bunch of 15 year old faggots who have been given toys (a computer and internet access) that are well beyond their years. They hack into sites that have NOTHING to do with that pathetic, 3rd world country, called brazil. Grow up loosers!!

    • celia

      more obscenities in the brazilian political scene
      Hacker’s actions are not to be aplauded, but in this particular situation the multiple examples of deliquency coming from the highest levels of brazilian government may moraly justify the hackers’ libel. To the above mentioned obscenities I would add the fact that Lula didn’t find anything wrong with the multimillion acquisition deal of his son’s midia business (Gamecorp) through Telemar Telecom, whose corporate structure is controled by Foundations linked to some of the biggest Brazilian Public Corporations, such as Petrobras, BNDS and Banco do Brasil. Telemar invested R$ 2,7 million in a holding company named BR4 ParticipaÀƒ§Àƒµes Ltda, having FÀƒ¡bio LuÀƒ­s Lula da Silva (Lula’s son) as a major shareholder. Gamecorp was incorporated a month later, dezember 2004, with a social capital amount of R$ 5.2 million. Telemar invested R$ 5 million and subscribed a capital share of 35%; notwhithstanding the miserable R$ 200 thousand invested, the holding controled by Lula’s sons subscribed 65% of the total shares of the new company. See what was said about that in a clip commented by Alexandre Oitramari six months ago:

      “JÀƒ¡ se sabia que o biÀƒ³logo FÀƒ¡bio LuÀƒ­s da Silva, um dos filhos do presidente Lula, se tornou milionÀƒ¡rio nos Àƒºltimos dois anos fazendo negÀƒ³cios com a Telemar, a maior operadora de telefones do paÀƒ­s. TambÀƒ©m se sabia que, alÀƒ©m de ser uma concessionÀƒ¡ria de serviÀƒ§o pÀƒºblico, a Telemar Àƒ© em parte uma empresa pÀƒºblica, pois 55% de suas aÀƒ§Àƒµes pertencem ao Banco do Brasil, ao Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento EconÀƒ´mico e Social (BNDES) e a fundos de pensÀƒ£o de estatais. Na semana passada, descobriu-se que a relaÀƒ§Àƒ£o da Telemar com Lulinha, como Àƒ© conhecido o filho do presidente, Àƒ© ainda mais estreita. Em primeiro lugar, o repasse da Telemar para Lulinha nÀƒ£o se limitou a 5 milhÀƒµes de reais, como se noticiou no ano passado, nem a 10 milhÀƒµes de reais, como a empresa admitiu hÀƒ¡ duas semanas. A cifra Àƒ© ainda maior: bate na casa dos 15 milhÀƒµes de reais. O mais estranho Àƒ© que, enquanto a Telemar abastecia o filho de Lula com recursos, o PalÀƒ¡cio do Planalto preparava uma mudanÀƒ§a na legislaÀƒ§Àƒ£o que beneficiava a Telemar. O projeto foi abortado quando saiu das sombras a sociedade Lulinha-Telemar. A Telemar comprou 35% das aÀƒ§Àƒµes da Gamecorp, a empresa da qual Lulinha Àƒ© sÀƒ³cio, em dezembro de 2004. Pagou 5 milhÀƒµes de reais. HÀƒ¡ duas semanas, noticiou-se que, alÀƒ©m dos 5 milhÀƒµes de reais, a Telemar se comprometera a repassar outros 5 milhÀƒµes de reais ÀƒÂ  Gamecorp em 2006. A justificativa oficial Àƒ© um patrocÀƒ­nio a um programa de televisÀƒ£o produzido pela empresa do filho de Lula, cujos Àƒ­ndices de audiÀƒªncia sÀƒ£o desprezÀƒ­veis. Ao confirmar o patrocÀƒ­nio de 5 milhÀƒµes de reais, porÀƒ©m, a Telemar escondeu que jÀƒ¡ repassara ÀƒÂ  Gamecorp outros 5 milhÀƒµes de reais, sob a mesma justificativa do patrocÀƒ­nio, no ano passado. Assim, os repasses da Telemar ÀƒÂ  empresa de Lulinha chegam a 15 milhÀƒµes de reais. Cinco milhÀƒµes a mais do que se admitira anteriormente. As coisas se complicam ainda mais quando se examinam as razÀƒµes pelas quais a Telemar decidiu fazer do filho do presidente um alvo preferencial de seus investimentos.”

    • ch.c.

      Obscene ???????????
      IS SAYING THE TRUTH SO OBSCENE ????
      THUS WHY WHAT THE HACKER WROTE WAS OBSCENE WHILE IN FACT EVERY OF HIS REFERENCES WERE REVEALED BY YOUR JUSTICE AND/OR PUBLISHED IN ALL THE BRAZILIANS MEDIA, INCLUDING IN THIS SITE….AND NOT BE CONSIDERED AS OBSCENE ?

      JUST THINK OF IT, BECAUSE I AGREE THAT THE CORRUPTION REALITY IN BRAZIL IS REALLY OBSCENE !

      BUT FOR YOUR GOVERNMENT AND POLITICIANS THE OBSCENE PART IS REVEALING IT NOT DOING IT.

      Strange….inst it ?

    • ch.c.

      But the hacker…….
      ….is correct ! He did not lie, contrary to Lula who lies several times a day.

      Lula also betrayed all his electors by having promised the exact opposite of what he did/does since he is President.

      But the Brazilian society loves so much liars and corrupted politicians….that they re-elect them.

      Truly funny.

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