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GrimWillow wrote

pretty fucking dark

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ziq OP wrote

the authoritarian left always results in fascism. state capitalists are responsible for this.

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selver wrote (edited )

Bolsonaro on Hugo Chavez:

"He's a hope to Latin America and I would like if that philosophy came to Brazil. I think he's unique. I intend to go to Venezuela and to try to meet him. I want to pass a week there and to try to schedule an audience. I think he'll do what the militaries did in Brazil in 1964, with much more strength. I just hope the opposition doesn't go into a guerrilla warfare like they did here."

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ziq OP wrote

bye bye Amazon

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RosaReborn wrote

The Amazon, LGBTQ+, Leftists, racial minorities and immigrants. A lot is at stake in Brazil

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arduinna wrote

I know we wanted Amazon gone, but it seems the details got mixed up somewhere along the line.

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alqm wrote

"So this is how liberty dies, with thunderous applause."

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selver wrote (edited )

Check out this asshole's wikiquote page if you want to see some real bone chilling shit. Some gems:

"Pinochet should have killed more people."

"I'm in favor of torture. You know that. And the people are too. Through the vote, you'll change nothing in this country. Nothing, absolutely nothing. We'll only get change, unfortunately, when we go into a civil war here someday and do a work the military regime didn't do, killing as much as thirty thousand people, starting with FHC. It's all right if some innocent people die. Innocent people die in many wars."

"I never hit my ex-wife. But many times I wanted to shoot her."

"I will not fight against it nor discriminate, but if I see two men kissing on the street, I'll beat them up."

"The only mistake of the dictatorship was torturing and not killing."

Solidarity to the people in Brazil.

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rot wrote

I fear for our brazilian comrades and for the innocents caught in this fascist regime.

Leave if you can. Or try to stay safe and fight.

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existential1 wrote

So what's the over/under on amount of years in office before he cancels all future elections or runs vs nobody?

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arduinna wrote

I think it's much more likely that elections continue, but rigged even moreso than they already are. Elections are the dictator's mandate of the current era- neither Erdogan nor Putin stopped elections, they simply rig them.

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