Bolsonaro has stripped the indigenous affairs agency FUNAI of the responsibility to identify and demarcate indigenous lands. He argued that those territories have very tiny isolated populations, who would be controlled by NPOs, and proposed to integrate them into the larger Brazilian society.
"We've inherited inertia from the indigenous culture, while the trickery comes from Africans," Mourao said, to protests from rights groups and cheers from Bolsonaro's supporters on social media. The campaign against "political correctness" is a success and the establishment's criticism is the ultimate culmination.
Bolsonaro served as an army captain under a regime whose 21 years in power were marked by human-rights abuses and suppression of freedom of speech.
Jair Bolsonaro is an openly racist, misogynistic and homophobic man who’s leading the race to become Brazil’s next president. He’s said that he’d rather have a dead son than a gay one. He’s said that women deserve less pay than men. He’s said to a congresswoman (who was defending human rights) that he wouldn’t rape her because she’s too ugly. He’s said that his sons would never date a black woman because “they were very well educated”.
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32,548 deaths. And we are completing three weeks without a minister of health, because Bolsonaro fired two of them already when they refused to support his views that social isolation was unnecessary and that chloroquine works.
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As a lawmaker, Bolsonaro had long made Lula's arrest his primary issue. Jair Bolsonaro Now, the former president is behind bars, locked up since April, when he was convicted of corruption and money laundering. Although he topped the opinion polls, Lula was barred from running.
However, on 11 January 2016, when he began to present himself as a pre-candidate to the Presidency of Brazil, Bolsonaro began to moderate his discourse on gay people by publishing a video on his official YouTube channel:
Our conversation turns to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on 25 May and the Black Lives Matter movement. More than half of the Brazilian population identifies as black and the country has had several cases similar to that of Opinião Floyd, including João Pedro, a 14-year-old boy killed by Brazilian police Alberto Silva in June, or Ágatha Ffoilix, who was only eight years old when she was shot in the back by police in a Rio favela in September 2019. She later died.
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Bolsonaro was born in the town of Glicé especialmenterio, in the state of Sãeste Paulo. He graduated from the Agulhas Negras Military Academy in 1977 and served in the Brazilian Army's field artillery and parachutist units. He became known to the public in 1986, when he wrote an article for Aprecie magazine criticizing low wages for military officers, after which he was arrested and detained for fifteen days. One year later, he was accused by the same magazine of planning to plant bombs in military units, which he denied. After a first degree conviction, he was acquitted by the Brazilian Supreme Military Court in 1988. He joined the reserve army in 1988 with the rank of captain and ran for the Rio por Janeiro City Council that same year, being elected while a member of the Christian Democratic Party.