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Interesting MSM Report On Brazil And It's President

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Brazil is making some SERIOUS changes that are NOT NWO positive!

Brazil's Bolsonaro's first day: Privatization, removal of LGBT ideologies, indigenous rights, loosen gun controls




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Fri, 04 Jan 2019 22:33 UTC






© Joedson Alves / EPA
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro before his inauguration ceremony at the Congress in Brasilia, on Jan. 1 2019
The new president issued an order that removes the rights of the LGBT community and indigenous residents from consideration by the new human rights ministry.

Newly installed President Jair Bolsonaro targeted Brazil's indigenous groups, descendants of slaves and the LGBT community with executive orders in the first hours of his administration, moving quickly after a campaign in which the far-right leader said he would radically overhaul many aspects of life in Latin America's largest nation.

Sao Paulo's stock market, meanwhile, jumped 3.56 percent to a record closing of 91,012 points as new Cabinet ministers reinforced the intent to privatize state-owned companies and a Brazilian arms maker benefited from Bolsonaro's plans to loosen gun controls. Similar spikes in stock prices also occurred during the presidential campaign.

One of the orders issued late Tuesday, hours after Bolsonaro's inauguration, likely will make it all but impossible for new lands to be identified and demarcated for indigenous communities. Areas set aside for "Quilombolas," as descendants of former slaves are known, are also affected by the decision.

Another order removed the concerns of the LGBT community from consideration by the new human rights ministry.

In a move favorable to his allies in agribusiness, which have criticized giving large swaths of lands to the indigenous, Bolsonaro transferred the responsibilities for delineating indigenous territories from the Justice Ministry to the Agriculture Ministry. The new agriculture minister, Tereza Cristina, is part of the agribusiness caucus in Brazil's lower house and has opposed requests from native communities.

Bolsonaro, a former army captain and longtime congressman, said during his presidential campaign that he would stop making what he calls concessions to native Brazilians and Quilombolas.

"Less than one million people live in those places isolated from the real Brazil," he tweeted Wednesday. "They are explored and manipulated by nonprofits. Together we will integrate those citizens and give value to all Brazilians."

The Justice Ministry previously handled demarcation of indigenous lands through the FUNAI agency, which also oversees other initiatives for indigenous groups such as health care, housing and language preservation. Bolsonaro's order is raising uncertainties about FUNAI by shifting it to a new ministry for family, women and human rights that is headed by an ultraconservative evangelical pastor.

Observatorio do Clima, a network of 45 Brazilian civil society groups, criticized the executive orders, calling them "only the first step on meeting Bolsonaro's campaign promises of dismantling environmental governance, stripping indigenous peoples of their rights and opening up indigenous lands for business."

"The attack on FUNAI goes beyond the wildest dreams of the rural caucus, who had tried for years to pass a constitutional amendment transferring the demarcation of indigenous lands from the president to Congress," the nonprofit said. "Bolsonaro solved the problem by transferring them directly to farmers."

The far-right leader said last year that he also wants to annul land demarcation decisions made by previous administrations, but legal experts say recent Brazilian Supreme Court rulings could block such a move.

New Health Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta also suggested on Wednesday that there will be spending cuts in health care for the indigenous.

"We have figures for the general public that are much below what is spent on health care for the indigenous," he said, without providing details.

In removing LGBT concerns from the responsibilities of the human rights ministry, Bolsonaro did not name any agency to consider such issues. He has strongly criticized what he calls "gender-based ideology," saying it is a threat to Brazil's Christian values.

Damares Alves, the new human rights minister, did not discuss the LGBT order in her first address on the job, but the evangelical pastor has insisted over the years that "the Brazilian family is being threatened" by diversity policies.


Comment: Here, they have a point, because the corruption of the family ravaging the West is already evident: I'm a pediatrician. How transgender ideology has infiltrated my field and produced large-scale child abuse


On Wednesday, she said: "The state is lay, but this minister is terribly Christian."

Under the new administration, Alves added, "Girls will be princesses and boys will be princes. There will be no more ideological indoctrination of children and teenagers in Brazil."

LGBT activist Symmy Larrat said she doesn't' expect reasonable treatment from the Bolsonaro administration.

"The human rights ministry discussed our concerns at a body called secretariat of promotion and defense of human rights. That body just disappeared, just like that. We don't see any signs there will be any other government infrastructure to handle LGBT issues," she said.

The newspaper Folha de S.Paulo reported that Bolsonaro will later announce the closing of an agency within the Education Ministry that has been aimed at promoting diversity in public schools and universities.

New Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo indirectly criticized the LGBT community as being "those that say they are not men and women."

Also on Wednesday, the Brazilian Press Association criticized restrictions on journalists at Bolsonaro's inauguration. Reporters had to arrive seven hours before the events began and were forbidden to move freely in Congress and the presidential palace. Food was seized and access to bathrooms and water was limited.

"What was seen in different scenarios of Brasilia is incompatible with a democratic regime," the association said in a statement. "Respect to the press is one of the main indicators of nations that consider themselves civilized."

Bolsonaro's first day in office sparked a wave of optimism in Brazil's financial market. Stocks of Brazil's electric-company Eletrobras soared more than 20 percent. Arms maker Taurus, one of the main allies of the new president, jumped more than 47 percent.

Bolsonaro, a fan of U.S. President Donald Trump, met with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to discuss joint efforts regarding the leftist administrations in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela.

Pompeo told him that Trump is "very pleased with the relationship that our two countries are on the precipice of beginning to develop."

"He's also confident that it (the relationship between the U.S. and Brazil) will benefit the world and the set of shared values that we believe we can together advance," Pompeo said before leaving Brasilia for Colombia.
 

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"Alton, post: 1543634, member: 763"]Brazil is making some SERIOUS changes that are NOT NWO positive!

Brazil's Bolsonaro's first day: Privatization, removal of LGBT ideologies, indigenous rights, loosen gun controls

The new president issued an order that removes the rights of the LGBT community and indigenous residents from consideration by the new human rights ministry.

One of the orders issued late Tuesday, hours after Bolsonaro's inauguration, likely will make it all but impossible for new lands to be identified and demarcated for indigenous communities.

In a move favorable to his allies in agribusiness, which have criticized giving large swaths of lands to the indigenous, Bolsonaro transferred the responsibilities for delineating indigenous territories from the Justice Ministry to the Agriculture Ministry. The new agriculture minister, Tereza Cristina, is part of the agribusiness caucus in Brazil's lower house and has opposed requests from native communities.

"Less than one million people live in those places isolated from the real Brazil," he tweeted Wednesday. "They are explored and manipulated by nonprofits. Together we will integrate those citizens and give value to all Brazilians."

Observatorio do Clima, a network of 45 Brazilian civil society groups, criticized the executive orders, calling them "only the first step on meeting Bolsonaro's campaign promises of dismantling environmental governance, stripping indigenous peoples of their rights and opening up indigenous lands for business."

"The attack on FUNAI goes beyond the wildest dreams of the rural caucus, who had tried for years to pass a constitutional amendment transferring the demarcation of indigenous lands from the president to Congress," the nonprofit said. "Bolsonaro solved the problem by transferring them directly to farmers."
Assuming the article in the OP is legit, well researched and written...

No comment on the LBGT issue, as that is a slippery slope indeed, but a very small group of people is without a doubt garnering more than their fair share of political power.

Headline says loosening gun controls...I'm all for that for law-abiding citizens, but not a word mentioned of this mentioned in the article.

Removing indigenous people’s rights for agribusiness is a horrible idea. How did that work in North America...not well...genocide of Native Americans, and integration largely didn’t work. Great, now Brazil will repeat the same mistake with "Less than one million people live in those places isolated from the real Brazil. Together we will integrate those citizens and give value to all Brazilians."

Many of these peoples have limited or zero contact with the outside world...let them be. Open more of the Amazon to Monsanto-based globalists and their GMO agriculture that will be shipped to communist China…what a terrible idea. I'm surprised so many of you fell for it.
 

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Sometime soon a dumb reporter is going to ask him about how his new orders affect climate change. That reporter is going to have a bad day.
 

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The indigenous people of the world are the only ones who truly know how to live off the land. Not really fan of killing their cultures.

I completely understand why he wants to. Just questioning the wisdom of such a choice.