La campaña masiva de noticias falsas se dirige a los incendios de la Amazonía en Brasil

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Aparentemente, todo el mundo ha escuchado sobre los incendios que arden en el Amazonas, creando eventos de humo y neblina en ciudades tan lejanas como Sao Paulo. La pregunta es, ¿quién está difundiendo la alarma y es real o falsa?

The hysteria over Brazil’s “lungs of the earth” has even become a central contention at the G7 meeting in Europe, with global leaders calling for intervention to save the Amazon jungle.

The problem is that most pictures being circulated on social media are NOT of this year’s fires at all! Photos are being dragged out from fires dating back to 1989 and presented as if they were taken in 2019.

Los hechos reales: foto oficial de la NASA al 13 de agosto de 2019.

This is fake news and blatant disinformation at its worst, but the world’s news media is using it to fan the fires of outrage in an attempt to achieve a political outcome, namely, Sustainable Development.

En particular, la selva tropical amazónica se considera vital para contrarrestar el calentamiento global.

El meteorólogo Eric Holthaus, quien escribe para la revista ambiental radical Grist, tuiteó hoy:

?Smoke from the fires currently burning in the Amazon rainforest is covering about half of Brazil. We are in a climate emergency.?

Aparentemente, el fuego y el humo se consideran una prueba del calentamiento global.

Sin embargo, considerando que el bosque lluvioso se extiende por Bolivia, Perú, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam y la Guayana Francesa, ¿por qué solo Brasil está siendo atacado por la multitud de Desarrollo Sostenible?

Primero, recuerde que la primera Cumbre de la Tierra que produjo la Agenda 21 y el Desarrollo Sostenible en primer lugar se celebró en Río de Janeiro, Brasil, en 1992. Por lo tanto, Brasil es un terreno sagrado para las dudas de las políticas de la ONU.

Second, Brazil’s newly-elected president Jair Bolsonaro is strongly opposed to globalization, left-wing policies and is pointedly anti-Communist. Bolsonaro has become a lightning rod for attack much in the same way and for the same reasons as U.S. President Donald Trump.

La conclusión es que, si bien los incendios son reales, el pánico Chicken Little es falso.


Incendios en Amazon: cómo las celebridades están difundiendo la desinformación (AFP)

Many high-profile figures seeking to denounce the fires in the Amazon — from Madonna and Cristiano Ronaldo to Leonardo DiCaprio and Emmanuel Macron — have unwittingly ended up misleading millions on social media, either sharing photographs of the region that are years old or images taken in other parts of the world.

Las cifras oficiales muestran que se registraron cerca de 73,000 incendios forestales en Brasil en los primeros ocho meses del año, la cifra más alta en cualquier año desde 2013. La mayoría se produjo en la Amazonía.

– Leaders –

“Our house is on fire. Literally. The Amazon, the lung of our planet which produces 20 percent of our oxygen is burning,” France’s President Emmanuel Macron said on Twitter, posting a photograph of a burning forest (1) accompanied by the hashtag #ActForTheAmazon.

“It is an international crisis. Members of the G7, let’s talk in two days about this emergency,” Macron said ahead of a planned summit this weekend in Biarritz.

But the photograph used by the French leader does not show this year’s fires. A reverse image search showed that it was taken by the American photojournalist Loren McIntyre, known for his work for National Geographic.

Aunque la herramienta de búsqueda de imágenes no revela cuándo se tomó exactamente la fotografía, McIntyre murió en 2003, lo que significa que la imagen tiene al menos 16 años.

(1) https://perma.cc/D93C-AYL7

Chile’s president, Sebastian Pinera, also ended up tweeting a misleading image to issue a warning about the fires, using a photograph (2) by Reuters journalist Nacho Doce from 2013.

(2) https://perma.cc/6D8D-39L8

– Actors –

Leonardo DiCaprio shared two pictures that proved to be inaccurate — the first (3) was the same one shared by Macron while the second (4) was shot in the Peruvian city of Puerto Maldonado in 2016.

Peru is not currently affected by the fires, though authorities are “on alert”.

(3) https://perma.cc/Z24S-L6PM

(4) https://perma.cc/P2CG-ZHA9

El actor y rapero Jaden Smith, hijo de la superestrella Will Smith, publicó una imagen dramática (5) en Instagram que muestra un vasto bosque en llamas a medida que se alzan enormes columnas de humo. Pero la foto, que ha obtenido más de 1.5 millones de me gusta, data de 1989.

(5) https://perma.cc/CZD3-6PZZ

Argentine actress and singer Martina Stoessel also shared an old photo (6) with a Twitter post saying, “How sad to see this…”. That picture was shot by Getty Images photographer Mario Toma in 2014.

(6) https://perma.cc/3YLS-H8SG

– Sports stars –

F1 driver Lewis Hamilton (7) and Brazil soccer captain Dani Alves (8) also posted one of the most widely shared misleading images — the picture taken by photographer McIntyre before 2003.

(7) https://perma.cc/S5UF-GTTB

(8) https://perma.cc/F67M-TTZU

Mientras tanto, la estrella del tenis Novak Djokovic (9) compartió la foto de 1989 publicada por Smith.

(9) https://perma.cc/SCS9-KPEW

Portuguese soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo sounded the alarm on Instagram, alerting his 180 million followers that “the Amazon Rainforest produces more than 20% of the world’s oxygen and its been burning for the past 3 weeks.” But the photo (10) accompanying his message was taken on March 29, 2013 by Lauro Alves, from the Brazilian agency RBS, in the non-Amazonian state of Rio Grande do Sul.

(10) https://perma.cc/5H4H-GKTB

El delantero del Barça, Luis Suárez, también publicó una foto antigua (11) que data de 2015 y fue tomada por el periodista Nacho Doce.

(11) https://perma.cc/3TVF-4TSR

– Singers –

La estrella pop puertorriqueña Ricky Martin (13) y la cantante cubanoamericana Camila Cabello (14) también compartieron la foto de McIntyre tuiteada por Macron, DiCaprio y Alves.

(13) https://perma.cc/2L2Y-58KL

(14) https://perma.cc/LVH8-CCW2

US superstar Madonna posted the same 1989 image (15) shared by Smith and Djokovic, writing on Instagram: “President Bolsonaro please change your policies and help not only your country but the entire planet. No economic development is more important than protecting this land.”

“We need to WAKE -UP!!” she wrote.

(15) https://perma.cc/SNZ2-3KV4

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El año pasado hubo 40,000 incendios. Este año, antes del mes de septiembre, que es el mes pico, ya estamos en más de 70 mil. Dado que llueve y hay poca sequía, ¿cuál podría ser la causa de tal aumento? ¿Yihad musulmana? Dudoso. Un potencial es que la tierra se está calentando y que el magma está llegando a la superficie aquí provocando los incendios.

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Die Aktuellen Brände sind nichts aussergwöhnliches. Die NASA erklärt, dass die Brandaktivität im Amazonasbecken in diesem Jahr im Vergleich zu den vergangenen 15 Jahren nahe am Durchschnitt liegt, eher leicht unterdurchschnittlich einzustufen ist.
https://www.tichyseinblick.de/daili-es-sentials/nasa-braende-im-amazonas-becken-im-15-jahresdurchschnitt/

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Yikes! What a lot of BS. So annoyingly typical of so-called ‘celebrities’ to post complete inaccuracies that go directly and ignorantly to support the MSM as final truths in the minds of their ‘followers’. UGH. Why do you think these people are paid such ridiculous sums? Hmmm? They are malleable, uninformed and, I’m sorry to say, stupidly participate as they always do, mucking up the story, leading it to places that end in lies, posting fake photos, etc. They are the front people for the MSM and the self-aggrandizing technocrats as well as the rest of the list who seek... Lee mas "

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[…] As it turns out, the number of fires in the Amazon is actually declining, as evidenced by historical MODIS fire data released by Global Forest Watch. In fact, in some areas, the number of fires taking place is actually below average for this time of year, while other areas are experiencing what they usually do, seeing as how the Amazon is currently entering its usual seasonal dry spell. […]

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[…] As it turns out, the number of fires in the Amazon is actually declining, as evidenced by historical MODIS fire data released by Global Forest Watch. In fact, in some areas, the number of fires taking place is actually below average for this time of year, while other areas are experiencing what they usually do, seeing as how the Amazon is currently entering its usual seasonal dry spell. […]

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[…] As it turns out, the number of fires in the Amazon is actually declining, as evidenced by historical MODIS fire data released by Global Forest Watch. In fact, in some areas, the number of fires taking place is actually below average for this time of year, while other areas are experiencing what they usually do, seeing as how the Amazon is currently entering its usual seasonal dry spell. […]