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    Democracy bad now
    when it celebrates by sending the military police to universities remove materials it finds ideologically offensive and harass outspoken professors, yeah, it is bad.

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    electing fascists has consequences.

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    electing fascists has consequences.
    it's pretty bad. he will name as his staff and ministers mostly military generals/ex generals

    its going to look more like a Junta than a government

    Looks like he will also form an alliance with Trump that will split entire American continent from north to south. US military bases in the Amazon, sure. Venezuela is the crown jewel to be had by both Trump and Jair. Brazil also borders with both Venezuela and Bolivia, the last 2 remaning bastions of leftism/socialism. would not surprise me if they go after bolivia first.
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    you believe that shit? clearly there are many things i know nothing about.

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    there have been extra-judicial executions by police in the favelas, barrios, or whatever the fuck the word is, and they will most probably accelerate.

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    it's pretty bad. he will name as his staff and ministers mostly military generals/ex generals

    its going to look more like a Junta than a government

    Looks like he will also form an alliance with Trump that will split entire American continent from north to south. US military bases in the Amazon, sure. Venezuela is the crown jewel to be had by both Trump and Jair. Brazil also borders with both Venezuela and Bolivia, the last 2 remaning bastions of leftism/socialism. would not surprise me if they go after bolivia first.
    Trump can barely take a shit and you think he's capable of a takeover?

    This dude better have ultra protection. He got knifed pretty damn easily. People are gonna be gunning for him fairly soon.

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    Trump can barely take a shit and you think he's capable of a takeover?
    The takeover already happened: November 2016

    This dude better have ultra protection. He got knifed pretty damn easily. People are gonna be gunning for him fairly soon.
    Thats the sqme thing that was said about Trump. That he wouldnt last

    Chances are this BolsoHitler clown is hoing to become uber powerful. Mainly dueto his military connects

    It wil be interesting to see if he goes further than Trump and starts jailing his political enemies. He already said hes gonna go full Duterte and encourage his cops to kill bums.
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    Fears for Amazon and Indigenous Peoples with Bolsonaro's Victory

    A major report this month highlighted the vital role forests must play in limiting the impact of greenhouse gas emissions

    as well as the crucial role of indigenous people in forest upkeep.


    Environmentalists and rights groups reacted with dismay Monday to the victory in Brazil of president-elect Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right champion of agribusiness who has threatened to pull his country from the Paris climate accord.

    https://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Fears-for-Amazon-and-Indigenous-Peoples-with-Bolsonaros-Victory-20181029-0015.html

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    Trump can barely take a shit and you think he's capable of a takeover?


    Told ya'll niggas. hater

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    TOP BRAZILIAN SCIENTISTS FLEE BOLSONARO’S CUTS ... AND HEAD TO THE US

    Latin America’s largest economy and most populous nation is grappling with an intellectual exodus propelled by far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s funding freezes in higher education and research.

    Since it took office in January, Brazil’s new government has

    stalled the release of 8 billion reals ($2 billion) from education, science and technology budgets as part of austerity measures,

    leaving research projects in limbo and thousands of researchers without research scholarships.

    Bolsonaro, a critic of the Paris climate agreement, has proposed

    opening up the Amazon rainforests for mining,

    while his foreign minister has described climate change as a “Marxist plot.”

    Now, the country’s researchers and highly educated intellectuals are responding — by fleeing the nation in record numbers.

    In April, the number of U.S. visas granted to Brazilians for extraordinary ability, or those with higher-level degrees, soared to 159 percent over 2018 and 408 percent over 2017.

    Numbers of those leaving for Europe are harder to track because many Brazilian academics and researchers have dual citizenships in European countries and so don’t need visas.

    “Human knowledge is science’s most valuable asset,” says Roque da Silva. “
    These aren’t abilities and skills that are easily replaced.”

    More than a million Brazilians in all have made lives elsewhere in the world since the start of the
    country’s political and economic crisis six years ago.

    it is driving off Brazil’s top researchers faster than ever before, even those who had no intention at all to leave.

    “This was never a life plan for me,” says Silva. “I never wanted to leave.”

    https://www.ozy.com/fast-forward/top-brazilian-scientists-flee-bolsonaros-cuts-and-head-to-the-us/94653?utm_term=OZY&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium= email&utm_campaign=DailyDose_06032019&utm_content= Final



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