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E aí mestre!!!

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Race is the main explaining factor in criminality. I agree with you. I studied the primitive races of South America. They were violent as hell (including some cannibal tribes). I think the same applies for the races the went to America coming from Mexico. You don't change the mentality of a whole civilization in a couple of centuries.
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< Well - wouldn't call them primitive, just evolved differently - you can nudge evolution along with specific eugenics and achieve in a few generations what otherwise might take millennia. We just evolved differently and changing that takes more time - better education won't change that anywhere near enough.
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(09-09-2018 02:55 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  @lionel

E aí mestre!!!

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Race is the main explaining factor in criminality. I agree with you. I studied the primitive races of South America. They were violent as hell (including some cannibal tribes). I think the same applies for the races the went to America coming from Mexico. You don't change the mentality of a whole civilization in a couple of centuries.

I did a post a while back why that is. And what made Europeans today different:
https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-66850...26971.html
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The United Nations has spoken: "Lula should be allowed to run for president. Brazil national law can't supercede international law".

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WTF is this? They went full globalist mode.
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(09-10-2018 11:39 PM)El Pistolero Wrote:  The United Nations has spoken: "Lula should be allowed to run for president. Brazil national law can't supercede international law".

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WTF is this? They went full globalist mode.

It was a mere recommendation from two "specialists" of UN Human Rights Committee.
But yes, they are globalists trying to meddle in the elections.
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(09-10-2018 11:39 PM)El Pistolero Wrote:  The United Nations has spoken: "Lula should be allowed to run for president. Brazil national law can't supercede international law".

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WTF is this? They went full globalist mode.

It was a mere recommendation from two "specialists" of UN Human Rights Committee.
But yes, they are globalists trying to meddle in the elections.

This is what Brazil is saying, but the UN said it's a legal order.
09-11-2018 12:14 AM
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(09-11-2018 12:14 AM)El Pistolero Wrote:  
(09-10-2018 11:57 PM)JoSuado Wrote:  
(09-10-2018 11:39 PM)El Pistolero Wrote:  The United Nations has spoken: "Lula should be allowed to run for president. Brazil national law can't supercede international law".

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WTF is this? They went full globalist mode.

It was a mere recommendation from two "specialists" of UN Human Rights Committee.
But yes, they are globalists trying to meddle in the elections.

This is what Brazil is saying, but the UN said it's a legal order.

No it is not. It is a mere recommendation.
The only organ of the UN with mandatory resolutions is the Security Council.
The only UN court that deliver sentences is the International Court of Justice.
The UN Human Rights Committee delivers recommendations, which are mere soft law (at most).
Furthermore, the Committee has 36 specialists. Only two of them recommended the inclusion of Lula in the presidential election.
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The UN can fuck off.
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Click this hashtag #MulheresComBolsonaro (means women with bolsonaro) and delight your eyes...

Captain obvious stuff, the ugliest ones you see are feminists complaining. You don't even need to translate the tweets.

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This election is going to be such a shit show.

I'm definitely not on the Bolsonaro train, and agree with MANic - being right-wing shouldn't be the only criteria to support a candidate.

The thought that he might push conservative values is tempting, but empty. The comparison with Trump is absurd. Bolsonaro is not an outsider. If anything, he's closer to Hillary in how embedded he is in the political system.

Worked for the State (military), served thirty years in public office, has three kids who are politicians themselves. His family has multiplied their net worth many times over and has acquired properties at a crazy speed. Some of the purchases are also pretty shady, look up the rates at which they flipped some of them. All the while he has done nothing of politically significant besides troll the left and piss people off. Fun, sure - but not much besides that.

To me, it's ludicrous to think that a guy with such a background would be anti-corruption and would clean house.

Actually, I think much of the support Bolsonaro gets is just Brazilian people trolling because he is entertaining and outrageous. This is a country who elects and re-elects politicians with proven dirty records, like Collor and Paulo Maluf; and whose 2010's most voted congressman (Tiririca) was literally a professional clown with zero political experience and whose slogan was "It can't get any worse!".

I'm far from being a lefty but I think Haddad did a decent job as the mayor of São Paulo. He's running for PT though, so he's going to surround himself with the lowest of the low. I'm 100% out.

I'm not particularly fond of any of the candidates, but if I had to pick one it would be João Amoêdo. Privatize everything, reform the tax system, decrease the number of senators and congressmen, make voting non-mandatory, review gun ownership laws and allow for personal carry. Unfortunately his support is around 3% according to the latest poll by Datafolha (Bolsonaro is at 24%).

One issue that I think should be higher up on the priority scale is the decriminalization of most drugs and the legalization of some both for medical and recreational use. Bolsonaro plans to enforce the war on drugs, which has been proven to be terribly ineffective around the world, has created strong criminal organizations and increased criminality overall in Brazil, has populated the country's prisons, increased corruption in the police forces, and so on. Bolsonaro's views are very antiquated and superficial. Amoêdo is quite hesitant about discussing drugs but has hinted at being more open-minded.

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(09-14-2018 03:24 PM)Ringo Wrote:  Bolsonaro is not an outsider. If anything, he's closer to Hillary in how embedded he is in the political system.

Terrible comparison. Bolsonaro was part of the lower clergy, a minortiy group in the Congress that was anti-establishment and always voted against the government. Moreover, he is a low-rank military officer. How does this make him an insider?

(09-14-2018 03:24 PM)Ringo Wrote:  I'm far from being a lefty but I think Haddad did a decent job as the mayor of São Paulo.

I'm sorry, but it is impossible to say that you liked what Haddad did for São Paulo and you are not a lefty. He created affirmative action programs for trans people, raised taxes for landowners, surrounded himself with feminists in high posts and prohibited the display of the Brazilian flag in Avenida Paulista. In the Ministry of Education, he pushed the agenda of gender ideology.
He is a tropical Justin Trudeau.

(09-14-2018 03:24 PM)Ringo Wrote:  Actually, I think much of the support Bolsonaro gets is just Brazilian people trolling because he is entertaining and outrageous.

He does not respect the left, and this is the type of attitude we need. Read this post from Roosh: http://www.rooshv.com/conservatives-are-losers
We are at war, consequently, in order to survive, we need to stop giving the other cheek.
Turn on the TV, it is impossible to watch Brazil shows without listening to a feminist message every 15 minutes. Game is being criminalized in all the world, and Brazil is next.
Electing a president won't solve all the problems, but it will transmit the message that our traditions survive.
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(09-15-2018 02:03 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  Bolsonaro was part of the lower clergy, a minortiy group in the Congress that was anti-establishment and always voted against the government. Moreover, he is a low-rank military officer. How does this make him an insider?

By "insider" I mean he's part of the establishment. Anyone who's been in the system has their hands dirty. Bolsonaro has been in politics for thirty years, of course he's been rubbing elbows with everyone he refers to - and we see - as his enemies. You've said it yourself back in page 1:
(08-01-2018 10:01 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  it is impossible to do politics in Brazil (and maybe anywhere in the world) without being corrupted.

(09-15-2018 02:03 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  I'm sorry, but it is impossible to say that you liked what Haddad did for São Paulo and you are not a lefty. He created affirmative action programs for trans people, raised taxes for landowners, surrounded himself with feminists in high posts and prohibited the display of the Brazilian flag in Avenida Paulista. In the Ministry of Education, he pushed the agenda of gender ideology.
He is a tropical Justin Trudeau.

I agree with you. But personally, I evaluate a government based on more aspects - economy, infrastructure, safety, public health, and so on. I don't agree with the cultural and moral agenda he pushed. I don't think he did a perfect job, nor that everything he did was great; but overall I think his mandate resulted in more good than bad, especially in adapting measures that are bad short-term, but will pay off longer term, such as creating bike lanes, changing maximum speeds in avenues, etc.

(09-15-2018 02:03 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  He does not respect the left, and this is the type of attitude we need. Read this post from Roosh: http://www.rooshv.com/conservatives-are-losers
We are at war, consequently, in order to survive, we need to stop giving the other cheek.
Turn on the TV, it is impossible to watch Brazil shows without listening to a feminist message every 15 minutes. Game is being criminalized in all the world, and Brazil is next.
Electing a president won't solve all the problems, but it will transmit the message that our traditions survive.

That post was a very interesting read, and I saw myself nodding in agreement. Most of what Roosh described would suit me well. I just want to be left alone, not have to crush anyone - but clearly that mindset is making conservatives lose the cultural war.

To be honest, I find it hard to follow everything going on culturally and to push back, because I'm so outside mainstream entertainment, media, etc.

Other than Netflix, which I use almost exclusively for documentaries/non-fiction, I haven't watched TV in years; don't really listen to pop music; barely read newspapers or use Facebook. And most of my friends are the same way. I can see the world slowly changing in my day-to-day life, but other than that I'm mostly insulated from this cultural brainwashing.

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Guys, rumors that the stabber was hired by Hezbollah are growing stronger.
Not a surprise. They are connected to Brazil criminal organizations and the Iranian secret service has already meddled in Argentinean politics.

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(09-17-2018 10:52 AM)JoSuado Wrote:  Guys, rumors that the stabber was hired by Hezbollah are growing stronger.
Not a surprise. They are connected to Brazil criminal organizations and the Iranian secret service has already meddled in Argentinean politics.

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My ex-GF (Brazilian) mentioned to me that the stabber had an international credit card with a high limit. He used it to live off of for at least a year prior to this. This was an international card and not a typical Brazilian credit card. There is no way this guy would have access to even a Brazilian credit card let alone an international card.

I would put my money on that he is a cabal asset and was finally activated by his masters.

Regarding Hezbollah, I looked into it and it looks like they have a very significant foothold in Latin America. How did this fly under the radar?
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(09-17-2018 12:45 PM)Bill Brasky Wrote:  Regarding Hezbollah, I looked into it and it looks like they have a very significant foothold in Latin America. How did this fly under the radar?

It certainly did not and does not "fly under the radar".

For example, the USA have been monitoring the Triple Fronteras area for more than a decade, tracking the shady financing or jihadism. And half of Argentina top judges are persuaded that Cristina used Hezbollah-trained assassins to kill the prosecutor that was on the verge of indicting her. Plus, the links between Venezuela and Iran are well-known, they even had a direct airline connection, dubbed air-spies, a few years ago. And that is not even talking about (ubiquitous) Iranian agents in Bolivia.
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Bolsonaro recently said that he will transfer Brazil embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
One of the lawyers of the stabber has already worked for big guys of PCC, a criminal network. PCC has ties with Hezbollah.
The Iranian secret service is one of the most powerful in the world. Another case of foreign intervention in elections by a foreign intelligent agency. What is mainstream media saying now? Nothing. They don't care about foreign intervention, they care about who is benefited.
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(09-17-2018 03:57 PM)JoSuado Wrote:  Bolsonaro recently said that he will transfer Brazil embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
One of the lawyers of the stabber has already worked for big guys of PCC, a criminal network. PCC has ties with Hezbollah.
The Iranian secret service is one of the most powerful in the world. Another case of foreign intervention in elections by a foreign intelligent agency. What is mainstream media saying now? Nothing. They don't care about foreign intervention, they care about who is benefited.

Appears that more than ever politically motivated crime are not restricted by borders.
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Looks like I brought bad luck to the Hezbollah in South America (see posts above), as one of their leaders has just been arrested, of course near the Triple Frontera.

https://www.lanacion.com.ar/2174245-trip...akat-lider
"Triple frontera: detuvieron a Assad Ahmad B., líder de una organización vinculada a Hezbollah"
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So can Bolsonaro even win with the new electronic election method? Isn't it obvious he's going to lose due to manipulation of the results? Those results will be altered. So what is the whole fuss about...
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(10-02-2018 07:23 AM)droughtmeat Wrote:  So can Bolsonaro even win with the new electronic election method? Isn't it obvious he's going to lose due to manipulation of the results? Those results will be altered. So what is the whole fuss about...

We would have to wait and see before calling defeat like that. The guy is obviously highly popular like no right wing politician in the last 50 years and the other candidates campaigns are empty as fuck, no one is buying their bullshit even with all the media support, it's like a re-run of Trump vs Hillary.

An electoral fraud wouldn't be that easy to pull, even with doctoring polls you'd have to be careful and don't make it too obvious. Try to imagine votes counting, a lot of shit could go wrong.
Brazil is not like Venezuela and North Korea where you can tell the people anything and shoot/arrest whoever disagrees

If it was in the bag for them like that they wouldn't risk that bum-assassin operation. Commie motherfuckers and their SocJus auxiliaries are obviously desperate.
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(10-02-2018 10:57 AM)TutorGuina Wrote:  
(10-02-2018 07:23 AM)droughtmeat Wrote:  So can Bolsonaro even win with the new electronic election method? Isn't it obvious he's going to lose due to manipulation of the results? Those results will be altered. So what is the whole fuss about...

We would have to wait and see before calling defeat like that. The guy is obviously highly popular like no right wing politician in the last 50 years and the other candidates campaigns are empty as fuck, no one is buying their bullshit even with all the media support, it's like a re-run of Trump vs Hillary.

An electoral fraud wouldn't be that easy to pull, even with doctoring polls you'd have to be careful and don't make it too obvious. Try to imagine votes counting, a lot of shit could go wrong.
Brazil is not like Venezuela and North Korea where you can tell the people anything and shoot/arrest whoever disagrees

If it was in the bag for them like that they wouldn't risk that bum-assassin operation. Commie motherfuckers and their SocJus auxiliaries are obviously desperate.

Though I agree with your points, I doubt that was even an attempt at an assassination. Seemed more like a warning shot to me. The dude, who carried out the act, could have easily shot and executed Bolsonaro from that very same distance. Instead a kitchen knife was the preferred weapon of choice.

This guy explains the risks and issues with the voting software pretty well (in Portuguese). His channel is generally recommendable.



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The left's push for Haddad has bumped him up a few points, and it looks more and more like Bolsonaro and him will face one another in the 2 round of the elections.

I didn't watch the last debate but it has come to my attention that if elected Haddad plans to call for a council to rewrite the Brazilian Constitution (which was written in 1988, after the end of the Military Government, and already has 100+ amendments).

Likewise, Bolsonaro's VP has also stated that the country should get a new Constitution during their mandate, which would be elaborated by a council of officials appointed by the Government, and the final draft would be approved by popular voting.

If this Pandora's box is opened by either, may God have mercy on us...

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(09-14-2018 03:24 PM)Ringo Wrote:  One issue that I think should be higher up on the priority scale is the decriminalization of most drugs and the legalization of some both for medical and recreational use. Bolsonaro plans to enforce the war on drugs, which has been proven to be terribly ineffective around the world, has created strong criminal organizations and increased criminality overall in Brazil, has populated the country's prisons, increased corruption in the police forces, and so on. Bolsonaro's views are very antiquated and superficial. Amoêdo is quite hesitant about discussing drugs but has hinted at being more open-minded.

Por favor no! The Uruguayos will starve if Brazillians don't flood Uruguay with weed tourism during the summer months.
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Ciro Gomes not only is an expert and reads actual books on all kinds of subjects but he also currently studying astrophysics. He can reason according to the Socratic method and actually have a productive conversation. The man outclasses all other candidates in terms of intellect.

Bolsonaro doesn't know how to put a constructive rational thought together. He is simply fueled by basic reptilian brain inputs (I'm not referring to anything alien, just simple human biology). He is essentially useless in terms of doing anything for Brazil. Even though I profoundly dislike Trump, he is in another league altogether and Bolsonaro does not even come close to his heels. There simply is no comparison.
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Brace yourselves, The Myth is coming!!!

Today, we will make Brazil great again!!!

1964 will commence again!!!

Fear globalists!!! Brazil will never be Venezuela!!! Our flag will never be red!!!

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