Brazil 2022 Presidential election

How anyone on RVF defends Lula just defies understanding. Imagine an RVF'er defending Biden and then multiply it by 100 for an open communist who loves Venezuela's system and who's supported by all the criminal gangs and satanic groups of Brazil. Boggles.
Did you mention Venezuela? Bolsonaro suggested Chloroquine for treatment for Covid, as well as Maduro!

Bolsonaro's Economy Minister suggested freezing prices in the election campaign until 2023 (as in Venezuela). The PT governed Brazil for 13 years or so, and it never came close to that!

I limit myself to tearing apart the Brazilian Right, not least because I don't know the political reality of other countries!
 

God's lonely asperger

Robin
Protestant
How anyone on RVF defends Lula just defies understanding. Imagine an RVF'er defending Biden and then multiply it by 100 for an open communist who loves Venezuela's system and who's supported by all the criminal gangs and satanic groups of Brazil. Boggles.
This is to my knowledge a Christian forum, so I also find it really strange why someone here would defend Lula, who not only wants Brazil to be secular, but also sympathizes with politicians that killed priests and other Christians.
 
You from outside Brazil should be curious because the armed forces have been tolerating protesters for days camped near the barracks...

As Brazil lacks external threats... the military are seeing an opportunity to have spotlight (appearance on social networks, close people asking about, etc...). I have already served the army and I can guarantee that the military of the Armed Forces will not leave their quiet work to take over the country!
 
Few right -wing protesters failed the trip of Eduardo Bolsonaro (son of the current president of Brazil) at Qatar!
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Caramasão

Woodpecker
Orthodox Inquirer
The fact that Eduardo Bolsonaro is having fun in Qatar while his supporters are camped out in the streets protesting (It has been raining literally every day) reminds me why I don't waste my time with politicians.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
Yes, the PT (Lula's party) was good for Brazil and will continue to be! So much so that it is the most victorious party in the democratic era (PT has 5 victories against 2 victories for the PSDB, 2nd place).

My 1st message means that I had better food under the PT government. I bought my 1st cell phone and my 1st car in the first term of Lula's government.

The protests in Brazil are taking place because they don't want car prices to go down! They don't want the democratization of consumer goods!




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@Caramasão
I thought so too, but today I think that, at least for the Chief Executive (Mayor, Governor and President), I vote for the "least worst".

Eduardo Bolsonaro's trip to Qatar buried any possibility of a military coup in Brazil (since the President's son must have spent about 20 / 30% of a Brazilian General's monthly salary to be in the World Cup).

Eduardo Bolsonaro "stopped" in the Chamber of Deputies in the morning and in the afternoon on the same day he was spotted in the game in Brazil, and the trip from Brazil to Qatar is about 14 hours!



@budoslavic
One thing that I cannot understand in the Brazilian Right, how they criticize the PT so much in relation to crime, but they do not question Bolsonaro, because he never made a Bill to increase penalties, nor reduce the age of criminal responsibility (in Brazil it is 18 years) as a Federal Deputy (stayed for 28 years) nor as President (4 years).
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
@budoslavic
One thing that I cannot understand in the Brazilian Right, how they criticize the PT so much in relation to crime, but they do not question Bolsonaro, because he never made a Bill to increase penalties, nor reduce the age of criminal responsibility (in Brazil it is 18 years) as a Federal Deputy (stayed for 28 years) nor as President (4 years).
Isn't Brazil's Supreme Court infested with Communists? Brazil is going to end up like Venezuela. Lula's socialist government will return to excesses and corruption.

Meanwhile...

 

Острог

Woodpecker
Orthodox
The only one who should be arrested is puppet Lula and his masters who stole the election. Brazil is going back to 3rd world country.
 

God's lonely asperger

Robin
Protestant
Isn't Brazil's Supreme Court infested with Communists? Brazil is going to end up like Venezuela. Lula's socialist government will return to excesses and corruption.

Meanwhile...


The Supreme Court here is the antichrist that shills Lula and Communists, funded by tax money and Lula himself. Even Wikipedia admits that the minister of it is absurdly corrupt, elected by someone from Lula's party, and given money from Lula's party.
I also heard once that they're getting IPs from people who criticize it, but it was just an Anon on 4chan who didn't cite any sources IIRC.
 

Enhanced Eddie

Pelican
Other Christian
Gold Member
Okay so as of 2 days ago, Brazil now has a communist president. Wonderful!

The whole thing was a total copy/paste of what happened in the US in 2020...

Bolsonaro, like Trump, knew there was going to be fraud and has been warning everyone for months ahead of the election, copy/paste
Bolsonaro, like Trump, lost the election in what was very obvious vote count manipulation, copy/paste
Bolsonaro, like Trump, went through all the constitutional means of trying to stop the steal and then failed, copy/paste

And then we even got the Brazilian version of January 6th... copy/paste


Everything is so fake and gay. :vomit:
 

get2choppaaa

Hummingbird
Orthodox
Okay so as of 2 days ago, Brazil now has a communist president. Wonderful!

The whole thing was a total copy/paste of what happened in the US in 2020...

Bolsonaro, like Trump, knew there was going to be fraud and has been warning everyone for months ahead of the election, copy/paste
Bolsonaro, like Trump, lost the election in what was very obvious vote count manipulation, copy/paste
Bolsonaro, like Trump, went through all the constitutional means of trying to stop the steal and then failed, copy/paste

And then we even got the Brazilian version of January 6th... copy/paste


Everything is so fake and gay. :vomit:

There's really little one can do in a corrupt "democracy" when the oligarchs decide it's time for a Color revolution.
 
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basedgm

Pigeon
Orthodox Catechumen
Based on news and various reports Lula is gonna go after anti vaxxers. As one of his first orders of business they're gonna try to kick them off the 'bolsa familia' aka one of the big social welfare programs. Sad days ahead for sure.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member

Lula halts privatization of Brazilian state companies – media​

The national oil giant Petrobras will remain under government control

Brazil’s newly returned President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has scrapped plans to sell off eight state-run corporate giants, including the oil company Petroleo Brasileiro, known as Petrobras, Brazilian news website G1 reported on Monday.

Lula, who was at the helm from 2003 through 2010, was sworn in as Brazil’s president on January 1. Imprisoned for graft in 2018, Lula's convictions were overturned in 2019, allowing him to defeat Jair Bolsonaro in October's election.

The decision to remove state corporations from the list of state asset sales was one of the first official acts by the left-wing politician.

Aside from Petrobras, the order includes Pre-Sal Petroleo, the state firm responsible for the supervision and sale of the government’s share of oil and gas from production-sharing contracts, along with the postal service Correios, and the Empresa Brasil de Comunicacaooperator, which manages the federal government's broadcast network.

The Brazilian social welfare system’s IT services enterprise Dataprev, state-owned nuclear company Nuclep, IT services corporation Serpro, and the Agriculture Ministry’s National Supply Company are also off the privatization list.

The returning president has called for ”ensuring a rigorous analysis of the impacts of privatization on the public service or on the market,” adding that state banks and major oil companies such as Petrobras would play a ”key role” in the new economic cycle.

On Monday, the Sao Paulo stock index shed 3.24%, while Petrobras shares dropped around 6% as Lula's inauguration speech sparked investor fears of interventionist government policies. The national currency – the real – saw its value slide by 1.5%.

Lula’s predecessor, the populist far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro, led an administration mired in controversies ranging from corruption to environmental devastation. Lula’s own government was brought down by massive corruption in Petrobras, which led to the impeachment of his hand-picked successor in 2016.
 
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