sábado, 18 de outubro de 2014

BRICS" Internet Cable Independent

Nota minha: Pensem povo brasileiro, nas consequências para o povo depois que estes cabos estiverem funcionando plenamente sob o domínio do bloco comunista BRICS. A Rússia sorrateira,  e com seus submarinos oceano adentro, na certa, vai procurar prejudicar as transmissões dos cabos de internet que os EUA enviam para o mundo todo, para que seja viabilizado somente os cabos por eles instalados para atender o projeto do bloco comunista BRICS, como podem ver abaixo, e digo mais, tudo feito secretamente e sem o conhecimento da sociedade brasileira. 

A presidente do Brasil, Dilma Rousseff anuncia publicamente a utilização no Brasil de um sistema de internet mundial independente dos EUA e Grã-Bretanha (a "internet US-centric"). Extensa parte submersa como plano do BRICS que ainda não é conhecida por parte da sociedade que dela faz uso por "outras".

"Os BRICS" Internet Cable Independent ". In Defiance da" Internet US-Centric "


Investors mull $1.5 billion undersea cable for BRICS nations

usem o tradutor  google

Enquanto tudo isso é mantido em estrito segredo no Brasil para os brasileiros , fora do Brasil Dilma torna público.

BRICS Cable!

2 comentários:

Anônimo disse...

Tradução horrível essa da Google. Não dá nem para ler.

Marilda Oliveira disse...

Chauke,Stephan, Filho, (From L-R) Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Chinese President Hu Jintao and South African President Jacob Zuma hold copies of the BRICS report after its release during a plenary session of the summit...
Potential investors including Internet giant Google will decide before year-end whether to proceed with a $1.5 billion undersea cable linking the BRICS group of emerging economies to each other and the U.S., a senior official in the project said on Monday.

The 34,000 km cable, which would be the first of its kind to link Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, is expected to come online by the end of 2014, said Andrew Mthembu, chairman of technology group i3 Africa which is promoting the project.

"I'm hoping within the coming six months we will all be in a position to get all the consortium members into some sort of agreement, and then from there it's then a 24 month period for manufacture and installation," he said on the sidelines of a telecommunications conference.

The cable, first proposed in May last year, would also connect with existing undersea cables, opening access to 21 African countries, Mthembu said.

Africa is currently connected to Europe, North America and Asia through nine undersea cables, with five more submarine links planned by 2014, South Africa's communication minister Dina Pule told the conference.

"All of these cable connections should help improve the connection to our new trade partners, reduce the cost to communicate and improve the quality of the Internet services," she said.

Although Internet penetration in Africa has grown to 12.8 percent in 2010 from 2.4 percent in 2006, four-fifths of the continent's one billion population still has no access to it, officials said.

(Reporting by Wendell Roelf; editing by M.D. Golan)