The highly suspicious death of Brazilian Presidential candidate Eduardo Campos in an Aug. 14 plane crash, has thrown the upcoming Oct. 5 presidential elections into turmoil. Campos’s private jet crashed flying from Rio to the Sao Paulo area — supposedly due to bad weather. However, the Brazilian Air Force says that the black box they recovered did not record the flight, and some eyewitnesses claim there was an explosion before the plane crashed.
Campos’s vice presidential running mate, Marina Silva, is likely to be named as the new presidential candidate for the PSB party, when the party leadership meets on Aug. 21. Silva is a total WWF environmentalist, and a “devout evangelical,” as BBC put it. She came in third with 20% of the vote in the 2010 elections where current President Dilma Rousseff won, and is clearly London’s best card at the moment to prevent Dilma from being re-elected. British financial interests were targeting Dilma for destabilization even before the recent BRICS summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, but now they are hell-bent on removing her from office, by hook or by crook.
The other main presidential candidate is Senator Aecio Neves, also a London boy.