Last Updated on April 20, 2023
Brazilian hackers linked to the country’s left-wing President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Lula), are under investigation in the neighboring nation of Paraguay where they had traveled in what authorities say is an attempt to rig the upcoming Paraguayan Presidential Election by hacking into its computer servers, much in the same way that Brazil’s recent election is alleged to have been rigged and stolen.
According to emerging reports and government statements, 20 hackers linked to Lula and the left-wing Brazilian Workers’ Party illegally entered Paraguay “with the aim of interfering in the April 30 elections.” It is on April 30th that the South American nation will go to the polls for a presidential election, which is expected to be a close competition between the right-wing Colorado Party and the left-wing Authentic Radical Liberal Party (PLRA).
The PLRA candidate, Efrain Alegre, is not just being supported by Lula and a wide swath of Latin American leftists, but by the World Economic Forum, as Klaus Schwab has expressed his support for the campaign. Based on the current information, Alegre’s campaign appears close to the election theft scheme.
Despite being a sparsely populated landlocked nation, Parguay plays a pivotal role in geopolitics and has long been a hotbed for government and NGO-backed drug trafficking, with the nation’s vast jungles serving as a cover for massive trafficking and drug production operations.
“URGENT: The Public Ministry of Paraguay is investigating the illegal stay of 20 Brazilian hackers who entered the country illegally with the aim of interfering in the April 30 elections,” reported Brazilian journalist Oswaldo Eustáquio, who currently lives in Paraguay, having fled political persecution from the left-wing Lula government in his native Brazill.
“[The] Digital criminals are directly linked to Lula’s team in 2022,” Eustáquio explained.
“The hackers are staying in the same building” as the son of PLRA candidate, Efrain Alegre, Eustáquio reported in a Twitter thread, adding that Alegre’s wife is also connected and that Alegre is indeed supported by Brazil’s Lula, the beneficiary of Brazil’s 100% electronic election, which is believed to have been hacked and rigged in one of the most brazen cases of election fraud in world history.
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In addition to their connections to Lula and the Brazilian Worker’s Party and their apparently deep ties to left-wing Paraguyan Efrain Alegre, the hackers have been waging an election attack campaign throughout the current Paraguayan election cycle.
“Members of the Chamber of Deputies of Paraguay already make a direct connection between the hackers and the Workers’ Party of Brazil,” Eustáquio reported, before explaining in another tweet that “The National Republican Association which controls the Colorado Party…received an intelligence report revealing that there had already been hacker attacks during the party’s internal meetings, that is, there had already been international interference.”
Perhaps proving his complicity and intimate knowledge of the election hacking operation, left-wing Paraguayan candidate Efrain Alegre was caught in a WhatsApp chat after news of the plot broke, “guaranteeing” that there will be no proper investigation into the plot.