Obama Considering Visit to Brazil Before November Election

    Senator Barack Obama

    Senator Barack Obama Brazil, Mexico and Chile are among the countries which could be visited by United States presidential candidate Barack Obama before the November election, following on recommendations for a Latinamerican tour from his political advisors.

    The purpose of the visit would be to deliver strong messages of rapprochement to the region, basically to the largest economies (Brazil and Mexico) and to Chile as the outstanding model of economic and social development. Besides it would look to counteract the Republican candidate John McCain visit to Colombia.

    The news was born last week when Chilean ambassador Mariano Fernandez in Washington was invited to the Lower House Foreign Affairs Committee, where apparently the initiative was confirmed by several Democrat members of Congress.

    Apparently the Obama team also consulted with Senator Chris Dodd and New Mexico governor Bill Richardson who are considered experts in the area, about which countries to visit and that was when the three names were mentioned.

    Furthermore State Department sources confirmed that the Obama team was working on the tour and informal contacts with the Chilean embassy in Washington had already been established.

    The Santiago press revealed that the Obama team includes in social affairs a Chilean national Daniel Sepúlveda, from the University of Texas who is also an expert in Chilean affairs plus the fact that a recent edition of Time included Chilean president Michelle Bachelet as one of the one hundred most influential figures of the world, – the outstanding woman leader of Latinamerica -, on suggestion from Hillary Clinton.

    Chilean sources in Santiago said that such a visit would be most welcome since Chile and United States have free trade agreements and the Democrat candidate, close to US the labor unions, on the electoral trail has said that if elected president he would review all treaties of this nature signed by the US.

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    • dnbaiacu

      Do more research…
      [quote]The status quo wants to remain in power so those “elites” who represent that are not going to go down with out a fight.
      [/quote]

      Obama had the “Left” position.. He is also a CFR as well as McCain.. Same team.. But the world at large is going left.
      Are you living in Brazil or the U.S? All you have to do is follow the money behind Obamas campaign. The invisible controlling elite DON”T waste their money. Obama has a purpose. He “probably” knows this and is just in it to make history. “The powers that be” KNOW THIS for sure.. We the peons just arent’ supposed to know.
      Even if McCain came dangerously close they will PUT Obama in office just like they did Bush.
      Do you really think all this expense and show is for nothing. Remember Capitalism rules!
      [quote]There IS really no election. Obama is the spokesman for a controlling invisible elite. Most of us in the U.S (white and black) know this. You will just never hear it in the media. [/quote]
      What I meant by this is OBAMA IS A PUPPET. And the election is being made to LOOK like a fight. McCain and Obama are on the same team being CFR members. “NEW WORLD ORDER”??.. It’s a reality. New World Order = “CHANGE” .. Hellooooo. This is what the people are being made to cry for,, most just don’t know that.
      Obama addresses the economic situation the way the masses want to hear it. Most can care less about McCains warmongering. Iraq, Iraq, Afganhastan, now Georgia and Poland, situations completely out of control. “Left” in ideaology is the rule of the day in the States and globally and Obama is on that side of the fence coupled with the appealing economic platform for BROKE America.

    • dnbaiacu

      [quote] It will be a hard election to choose from.[/quote]
      There IS really no election. Obama is the spokesman for a controlling invisible elite. Most of us in the U.S (white and black) know this. You will just never hear it in the media.
      [quote]that Obama wont be tolerated for a speech in the Brazilian Senate or Congress.
      They dont accept black people. [/quote]
      Who wants to really speak in front of Brazils Senate or Congress anyway?

    • jerrydill

      Another visit
      Obama is a great speaker unfortunately I don’t think he can handle the presidency. He is too inexperienced. Unfortunately his running mate, McCain, isn’t much better. It will be a hard election to choose from.

    • Angi

      Obama in Brazil
      I dont think that Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Bahia, are the only states where Obama can go in Brazil. Even in Parana, where there are not many blacks living in, He can come!
      We don’t judge people by their skin color. Wake up people! try to read more about Brazil and all its regions before start talking about Brazilian people and their behavior.
      Some vacation trips to Turkey, Portugal, Spain and USA, werent enough to make me an expert in their culture. I am sure some holidays in Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, wont make you an expert in Brazil’s people, either 😉 Sorry, if I made any mistake, I am not so fluent in English, but I needed to and expose point of view.

    • AUGUSTUS

      Double-Dot / Multiple-dot / ???? ad infinitum – Information you seek!
      Since one (or all) of you appear to be urging me to express views and to compromise my position (so that you may enjoy, criticize or utilize for some À¢€œstudyÀ¢€Â (LOL), I would like to bring your attention that I have been overindulging some of my views elsewhere…

      https://www.brazzil.com/articles/195-august-2008/10100-obamas-psychological-blackmail-has-been-done-before-in-brazil-with-success.html

      http://www.brazzilmag.com/content/view/9793/1/

      http://www.brazzilmag.com/content/view/9788/1/

      In light of the above disclosure, I trust you would not (at least) consider claiming that IÀ¢€™m incapable of À¢€œthoughtful” gestures? (I almost used the unforgivable À¢€œnoblesseÀ¢€Â expression again À¢€“ Jupiter may help me!)

    • AUGUSTUS

      Modest contributions
      Eager friendly instigator
      Some of my modest contributions to the BrazzilÀ¢€™s sites may be found À¢€œhere & thereÀ¢€Â, among some rather silly remarks or overreactions…
      There are days I when I feel inspire in indulge my thoughts on others… Yet, perhaps you might understand that I require certain issues capable of stirring the necessary conditions, which trigger the release of some excessive “blabber”. Once I stumble upon one of these issues, there is no stopping my proclivity of elaborating and digressing…

      This is not something which may be requestedÀ¢€¦ so to speak.
      In fact, for all one knows, you could easily a graduate student of psychology collecting views from characters in internet chat-rooms whom you consider might classify as À¢€œeccentricÀ¢€ÂÀ¢€¦ One could never truly know, and such hypothesis has crossed my mind more than onceÀ¢€¦
      You seeÀ¢€¦ there ARE different levels of caution, after all.

    • ..

      Augustus
      [quote]I do not really object to those who elect anonymous or (how to put it?) creative entries, provided they are consistent – and all of them bearing mostly “friendly” disposition towards me… – LOL
      I’m sure my illustrious ancestors would smile favorably on that particular inclination[/quote]

      Rest assured that that those anonymous and “creative” bloggers do indeed have “friendly disposition” towards you and your illustrious and noble ancestors!
      Having said that, may I ask you to stop making “CÀƒº Doce” and continue propagating your words of wisdom. 😉

    • AUGUSTUS

      Multiple personality friend…
      suppose the last comment was intended as a “complimentÀ¢€Â? 😉 Thanks
      I do not really object to those who elect anonymous or (how to put it?) creative entries, provided they are consistent – and all of them bearing mostly “friendly” disposition towards me… – LOL
      I’m sure my illustrious ancestors would smile favorably on that particular inclination 😉

    • ..

      Augustus
      [quote]double dot (d.d.) don’t get started…[/quote]

      It became evident to you a long time ago about the “additional personalities” who would wholeheartedly agree that you are a very refreshing addition to this blog! No offense meant 😀

    • AUGUSTUS

      double dot (d.d.) don’t get started…
      Do you really think that by now it has not become evident to me all the “additional personalities”?
      I will be nice and refrain from futher comment…
      🙁

    • ….

      Joao and Augustus,

      Esteemed gentlemen,

      I am slowly getting back into the fray after much viewing of the Olympics. Interesting to see the medal placement of the respective blogger countries, ie. Brazil, US, Canada and yes even Switzerland 😀 Maybe the Swiss blogger is there in thrall of all the value added products in China..who knows? Take care and talk to you soon

    • Double-Dot

      Augustus
      [quote]Would you have any additional information regarding the horrific news I have read about the increasing danger in Brazilian major cities (particularly Sao Paulo & Rio)?[/quote]

      I have not been to these two cities for years (except to catch the planes to travel overseas). While visiting Rio, I found the Cariocas to be very friendly and nice. The traditional Paulistanos are also charming people, though I can not say the same for the “New Paulistanos” who emigrated from the Nordeste. A bit of rascals. I have had very peasant experiences both in Rio and SP and no complaints . However, I am told that it is better to avoid the nice life in both cities and even when I I used to visit those two cities, I used to do it! It is just like all the big cities all over the world. But many of my friends from overseas have told me that it is difficult to manage in Rio and SP without having an adequate knowledge of Portuguese with the “PovÀƒ£o”! (I am sure you recall the meaning of this term).

      [quote]Since you will never disclose your city of residence..[/quote]

      I might disclose it at a later date. But you have visited it!!. Still good to live here, but I don’t know for how long.

      [quote]My only hesitation being your likely reaction to some of the comments I have entered in such threadÀ¢€¦ Somewhat embarrassing & compromising![/quote]

      No need to get embarrassed! You are as Machiavellic as I am.

      Ah, pay little more attention to what “Four-dots” says 😉

    • AUGUSTUS

      D-DOT
      Would you have any additional information regarding the horrific news I have read about the increasing danger in Brazilian major cities (particularly Sao Paulo & Rio)?

      Since you will never disclose your city of residence… I may only wonder about your experiencesÀ¢€¦

      In the event you are curious about the information I obtained, you should consider accessing the following link, where you would get better acquainted with the issues to which I’m referring…

      https://www.brazzil.com./articles/195-august-2008/10094-blame-us-apathy-for-growing-anti-americanism-in-brazil-and-latin-america.html

      My only hesitation being your likely reaction to some of the comments I have entered in such threadÀ¢€¦ Somewhat embarrassing & compromising!

    • Double-Dot

      Augustus
      [quote]Even worse, I must add, are the occasional photos displaying the Argentine Femme-Fatale along with the visiting “Strong men” from Venezuela & Bolivia – some triad of shame![/quote]

      Milord, let me hasten to assure you that those “Strong Men” from V & B are no match to our “Fearless Leader” 😉

    • AUGUSTUS

      Double – dot
      Simply a brief remark this timeÀ¢€¦(for a change)

      The corrupt family in charge of Argentina, bank-rolled with equally tarnished Venezuelan contributions arriving (via cash) in Buenos Aires within concealed brief cases belonging to alleged Venezuelan business men from Caracas is completely repugnant!

      What about the À¢€œplasticÀ¢€Â and compromising “Belle du Jour” look which the Argentine female President displays? One would have expected such pictures to have been taken of a cheap woman within an Argentine À¢€œhouse of ill-repute”…
      An incomparable outlook if one dares to compare the Argentine President with the honorable Chilean counter-part!

      Even worse, I must add, are the occasional photos displaying the Argentine Femme-Fatale along with the visiting “Strong men” from Venezuela & Bolivia – some triad of shame!
      🙁

    • forrest allen brown

      THE NEXT PRESIDENT SHOULD TURN IN
      and look at all the bad things we have in the states going on .

      yes close the borders , settle the imiguration ordeal we have .

      social secutry fix it .

      pay off the national dept . set spending cap .

      8 year rule for congress and senators thats it good by

      they get put on SS and 401K not there golden retirment they have now

      get rid of pork in the buget spending .

      bills can only be written for one thing the main topic and not added to by any one .

      national lottery to go to SS only medicare for the old

      Experience does only count when used the right way .

    • Double-Dot

      Augustus
      [quote]As customary, you have the uncanny ability to take me completely out of line from the main theme under consideration! You mentioned a À¢€œfavored expressionÀ¢€Â (apparently shared by Joao) in your latest entry, namely the À¢€œSouthern ConeÀ¢€ÂÀ¢€¦[/quote]

      Milord, I would like to know tow and beg your forgiveness for “taking you completely out of line from the main theme”. BUT BUT ( :D) I am not going to do it,because it does have something to do with ObamaÀ‚´s visit to Brazil and other “South Cone countries” which in my opinion consist of Uruguay,Argentina and Chile. If I have a choice, I would include Paraguay and the three southern states of Brazil which have borders with Paraguay,Argentina and Uruguay. I suggested a visit of Obama to Uruguy and Chile also to see the progress they have been making by stimulating foreign capital to invest in their economy. A visit to Argentina is a must to get a first hand knowledge of the “caudilhismo” that is prevalent. Our Swiss blogger has repeatedly criticized the Kirschners with his customary vitriolic comments.

      My cunning idea of including Dnb in the team is to ensure that he gets maximum exposure in the Brazilian TV networks and in 2010, we launch Dnb as a candidate for Governor of BA! I am sure you approve of my Machiavellic strategy 😀

    • AUGUSTUS

      In agreement with “The American Historian”
      The previous entry by the À¢€œAmerican HistorianÀ¢€Â is sensible and correct; as experience, while desirable, should never be treated as the most important consideration involving the selection of any leader, let alone the À¢€œelectionÀ¢€Â for the presidency of a major world power.

      At any rate, although I generally prefer the Republican posture regarding dangerous International events, less inclined to consider alleged “rights” for threatening animal barbarians, my natural anti-republic stance vis-ÀƒÂ -vis intolerable views on social, personal issues, along with the recognition for America’s need for significant need for change would never permit even a theoretical support for Mr. Obama’s opponent

    • Ric

      One Regrets to Opine
      Obama is not likely to be in a position in the next four years to get any executive experience nor is he likely to develop judgement. Nor does the Democrat party normally give losers another shot at the Brass Ring.

      If you think Jimmy CarterÀ‚´s wife was bitter, just wait for Michelle Obama……

    • The American Historian

      Forrest Allen Brown and Experience
      You know Forrest, I just wish more Republicans had said “Experience Counts” in 2000 and 2004 when Al Gore and John Kerry, were running and each had more experience than George W.

      Abe Lincoln had less experience than Jefferson Davis. Harry Truman had less than
      Richard Nixon.

      Don Rumsfeld and Vice President Dick C. had more than the whole world put together.

      Experience only counts if it contributes to good judgment.

      There are a lot of folks with time on the books who still have no good judgment.

    • AUGUSTUS

      Question to Double-Dot
      As customary, you have the uncanny ability to take me completely out of line from the main theme under consideration! You mentioned a À¢€œfavored expressionÀ¢€Â (apparently shared by Joao) in your latest entry, namely the À¢€œSouthern ConeÀ¢€ÂÀ¢€¦ Clearly it sounds significantly better than what it actually is intended to describe (as I nearly digressed further), I seek the benefit of your exceedingly enlightened and cultivated psyche, by requesting your opinion and/or the formal description of the official constituents. Obviously Chile, Argentina & Uruguay are its main members; my sole question is the possible inclusion of Paraguay and perhaps even (in some absurd fashion) BrazilÀ¢€¦

      I mentioned Paraguay exclusively due to its geographical position which does appear to represent the very À¢€œtop of the ConeÀ¢€Â under consideration; as for our beloved Republic, my proclivity to include it in the said region is solely due to the relatively small area represented by its three southern States, which not only fit the area in geographical terms, but also in connection with its relatively similar À¢€œsocio-economicÀ¢€Â outlook; on the other hand, when considering geography alone, due to the absurdly larger portion of Brazilian territory which extends itself almost endlessly north-northeastwards, to the point of nearly representing an entirely separate À¢€œgeometrical descriptionÀ¢€Â by itself. Clearly, I required the benefit of your unfailing guidanceÀ¢€¦

    • Double-Dot

      Augustus
      [quote]As for Mr. Obamaˢ۪s chance of reaching the White House, although he will surely get my vote (without any hesitation), I fear it is highly unlikely for him to succeed in getting elected.[/quote]

      Milord, if I may humbly suggest, ObamaÀ‚´s delegation to Brazil should be lead by our good buddy Dnbahiacu. Obama is clueless about Latin America and DnB could enhance his knowledge, because of his outstanding performance in BA.

      As for your comment on the Chilean Ruler “Michelle Bachelet”, I fully endorse your views. Obama & DnB should make a great team in visiting all the “Southern Cone” countries.

      I am not sure how our “Rulers” in Brasilia would view this team, but so what? Take a moment to reflect on what I said.

    • AUGUSTUS

      Interesting news – Still hopeful for a “miracle” in November
      Firstly, I would like to address a remark made my À¢€œpopular nemesisÀ¢€Â, the Swiss ch-c, whom IÀ¢€™ve recently stopped criticizingÀ¢€¦ Yet, among all the criticisms he regularly and repeatedly makes about Brazil, this particular comment regarding À¢€œracismÀ¢€Â in the Brazilian Senate (although not completely without some foundation), is not valid if one considers his country of origin. While such criticism would be understandable if made my nearly anyone else, the same cannot apply without the dark shadow of hypocrisy, if expressed by a citizen of the most racist country in Europe: Switzerland (which I view as a modern mild version of the historical National Socialist Germany of 1933).

      Regarding the actual visit of Senator Obama, although the entire trip is clearly of a counter action to his opponentÀ¢€™s visit to Colombia, it should still be recognized as positive to Latin America as a whole, but particularly in connection with the apparent emphasis on Chile, whose leader – Michelle Bachelet À¢€“ is unquestionably not only a remarkable individual, a great Leader and an exemplary woman, but also the most decent and honest politician ever to assume the presidency of any Latin American country!

      As for Mr. ObamaÀ¢€™s chance of reaching the White House, although he will surely get my vote (without any hesitation), I fear it is highly unlikely for him to succeed in getting elected. Despite an apparent superficial change in the racist posture among the overall American citizenry (most probably due to legal impediments), any attempt for a member of any Minority group to secure the Majority of votes from citizens of most is, at best, a plausible dreamÀ¢€¦

    • Ric

      Ice Fishing
      I used to do it. On Flathead Lake. But is it fair?

      HereÀ‚´s this fish, cold and hungry, stuck under the ice. Course he doesnÀ‚´t know heÀ‚´s cold. But he is. Then he sees this morsel right before his eyes. Goes for it, then a terrible pain in the mouth, finds himself yanked up through-how is it possible-a hole in the ice! Into a little room where itÀ‚´s uncomfortably warm, reeks of tobacco smoke, beer, heÀ‚´s gasping for air, canÀ‚´t get it outside the water, realized heÀ‚´s been snookered by these three old coots in flannel shirts, bib overalls and baseball caps from WoodyÀ‚´s or Sykes, and he slowly loses consciousness.

      WouldnÀ‚´t it be better to just go back to snagging salmon?

    • Adrian Erik

      Experience Counts! I agree.
      At a successful business, a senior manager refuses to retire and the company decides, bowing to his decision, puts him in charge of a new product. After several months, the product begins to lose market share. So, they send the new manager to work with another product which has already had somewhat of a successful track record. After several months, this product also begins to lose market share. Alarmed, the executives have only two choices left: the technology division and one of their ‘cash cow’ products that really needs little input to turn a profit. Since the older manager knew nothing about technology, they decided to put him in charge of the safe and secure cash cow product. Well, after a few months, this very safe product also began to lose market share.When they questioned the manager, he said “I don’t see what the problem. Everything seems to be okay.” Finally, at a board meeting, they decide to replace the older manager with a rising star, who had done wonders with two of the company’s smaller projects.

      The older manager protested. “Why are you replacing me with this new guy? I’ve been here longer than he has. You’ve seen what I can do.”

      The executives nodded. “Yes, we’ve experienced your results and…experience counts!”

    • forrest allen brown

      try this
      The Presidential election was too close to call. Neither the Republican candidate nor the Democratic candidate had enough votes to win. There was much talk about ballot recounting, court challenges, etc., but a week-long ice fishing competition seemed the sportsmanlike way to settle things. The candidate that caught the most fish at the end of the week would win the election.

      Therefore, it was decided that there should be an ice fishing contest between the two candidates to determine the winner.

      After much of back and forth discussion, it was decided that the contest take place on a remote frozen lake in northern Minnesota .

      There were to be no observers present, and both men were to be sent out separately on this isolated lake and return at 5 P.M. with their catch for counting and verification by a team of neutral parties. At the end of the first day, John Mc. returned to the starting line and he had ten fish.

      Soon, Obama returned and had no fish. Well, everyone assumed he was just having another ‘bad hair’ day or something and hopefully, he would catch up the next day.

      At the end of the 2nd day John Mc. came in with 20 fish and Obama came in again with none.

      That evening, Harry Reid got together secretly with Obama and said, ‘Obama, I think John Mc. is a low-life, cheatin’ son-of-a-gun. I want you to go out tomorrow and don’t even bother with fishing. Just spy on him and see just how he is cheating.’

      The next night (after John Mc. returns with 50 fish), said to Obama, ‘Well, tell me, how is John Mc. cheating?’

      Obama replied, ‘Harry, you’re not going to believe this, but he’s cutting holes in the ice.’

      Experience Counts

    • forrest allen brown

      EA
      first most people in the states dont care where any thing is unless it does something to stop there oil .
      but most people in brasil dont know eather unless they see it on the news as school does not teach it there.

      my family bring home ther book and i read them lots left out , and more not there ,
      and what is not emblished on is not found .

      AND WHY WILL OBAMA COME TO BRASIL ANY WAY HIS TROUBLES ARE FAR NORTH

    • ric

      Dreams From My Father, book by BHO
      I wrote out this quote: “The mixed blood, the divided soul, the ghostly image of the tragic mulatto trapped between two worlds.”

      I am thinking of making it into a wall plaque. Use alphabet soup and then shellac it. But canÀ‚´t find alphabet soup here. So now I am trying to make a Brazilian soldering iron into a wood-burning tool.

      Brazilian soldering irons are sort of like wire hangers in the closet, they seem to multiply when youÀ‚´re not looking. Then after awhile you have a shop full of them. Ever notice that? Or is it just me?

    • ric

      Watch It
      Salvador must really be dangerous. I noticed that during the day there are hookers on all the hiways but at sundown, they seem to disappear. They must be afraid of something. I also noticed interstate buses with bullet holes and that buses tend to run in convoys at night.

    • Adrian Erik

      I Feel Left Out
      Umm…can somebody invite me into this In Crowd who knows all of these secrets. The majority of Whites in America couldn’t find Iraq on the map (true) but they know where the “invisible elite” are, huh? Wow! Helluva people. I’m scared of them. Or are these the fundamental Christian loonies who feel that the Olympics being in China (the billion strong yellow army from the EAst) and Obama are the signs of the anti-christ.

      Okay, then, I understand. But they aren’t the majority, buddy.

      Poor Obama. The whites are saying he’s too black and the blacks are saying he’s too’ white. He’s fighting big oil and the military-industrial complex and has the insurance industry trembling but they must have been kicked out of the “invisible elite”, huh?

      Obama is like a handsome man courting an ugly girl and she’s always screaming at him “WHAT DO YOU WANT WITH ME? WHO PUT YOU UP TO THIS?”

      @ch.c – as long as Obama wears a suit,he’s okay. But if he decides to play basketball and puts on those workout clothes and gets anywhere near one of the favelas, a police is going to put a bullet in the back of his head and record another traficante dead. And his wife Michelle…sister gotta stay in the States. One of those Paulistas who always rides with me on the Onibus Executiva from the airport in Bahia, with their faces pressed to the windows, drooling at the Baianas; they will mistake her for a garota de programa.

      And Michelle will have to cuss them out…’cause she don’t play that!

      (Just half-joking, folks. “Half” joking)

      Seriously, Obama will already receive about 60% of the latino vote. A trip to Central and South America might increase that number by about 15%. Besides that, he is very much human-rights oriented and, if he spoke on those lines, could really cause some ripples in that part of the world.

    • João da Silva

      [quote]Who wants to really speak in front of Brazils Senate or Congress anyway?[/quote]

      Quote of the week. 😉

    • bclarke

      Controlling elite?
      [quote]There IS really no election. Obama is the spokesman for a controlling invisible elite. Most of us in the U.S (white and black) know this. You will just never hear it in the media.[/quote]
      Not sure what the point is here. Of course there will be elites who back him, just as McCain will have a significant number of elites behind him.
      Trust me, there WILL be an election and it will be close. As much as I would like for Obama to take the presidency easily, this will definitely not be the case. This coming election is going to be close. Even thought the Republicans (those who aren’t Obamicans 😉 ) could not come up with a more appealing candidate, they are not going to roll over and will pull every trick in the book just like they did in 2000 and 2004. The status quo wants to remain in power so those “elites” who represent that are not going to go down with out a fight.

    • ch.c.

      Welll….I am afraid….
      …that Obama wont be tolerated for a speech in the Brazilian Senate or Congress.
      They dont accept black people.
      And if he stays overnight in the country he can only go top a few places : SP or Rio Favelas or in Bahia !
      That is where Brazilians parked all of their blacks.

      Will you do exceptions for Obama ? Will see !
      But at best it will remain exceptions.

      😉

    • ric

      Or you could just make a bonfire out of a pile of R$100,00 notes
      Gonna cost the three countries a lot of money with no return. Welcome the One Anointed to take the place of Mike Dukakis and HHH.

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