ELECTION 2018

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Brazil elected its new President on 28 October 2018 – the improbable, unspeakable fascist former army captain Jair Bolsonaro won against the affable unimpeachable …

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by Larissa Jacheta Riberti “When education is not liberatory, the dream of the oppressed is to be the oppressor” This quote is from Paulo …

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The joint US/Brazil Car Wash investigation destroyed the Brazilian economy and political system and led to the return of fascism. Nevertheless, progressive gains in …

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As US-backed anti-corruption judge Sergio Moro reveals himself as a neofascist political operative, Lula’s defense lawyers file a habeas corpus with the Supreme Court. …

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Rio police killed over 1000 people last year. Now Jair Bolsonaro’s neofascist gubernatorial ally says he wants police snipers to assassinate low level drug …

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After arresting Brazil’s antifascist presidential front runner on trumped up charges to bar his candidacy, Inquisitor Sergio Moro now announces his ideological alignment with …

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If  mind-stopping cliches of violence and corruption do not correspond with voting patterns or Bolsonaro’s governmental plan why did he win the election? It …

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If they wanted to stop the return to fascism, the hegemonic political forces that seized power in 2016 would have already done so because the …

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Once in office, Jair Bolsonaro – aligned with other right-wing governments in Latin America and backed by the US – could launch a military …

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Police officers interrogated professors, banned activities, took down banners and seized hard drives By Pedro Ribeiro Nogueira As Brazil’s runoff elections approach, electoral court …

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