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Old 09-10-2018, 04:00 PM   #1
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Brazil is by far the largest South American country with a population of more than 200 million.

None other than Steve Bannon has made “right wing” presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro the big winner of the first round of the presidential election.
Bolsonaro got 46.7% of the vote (almost enough for a victory in the first round), the second Fernando Haddad had only 28.4% of the popular votes.

Bolsonaro is the big favourite to win in the second round: https://www.rt.com/news/440620-brazi...-second-round/


In August, Bolsonaro's son and congressman, Eduardo Bolsonaro, announced that former chief advisor to Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, would advise Brazilian Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro for the October elections.
See Bannon and Bolsonaro.


Bannon had made himself available to help”in the form of giving internet tips, analysis, interpreting data, that type of stuff”: https://www.telesurtv.net/english/ne...0815-0003.html


The CIA and its allies want Jair Bolsonaro to win the October 2018 election in Brazil.
The growth of Bolsonarian fascism ... is turbo charged by an avalanche of fake news...

Jair Bolsonaro supports the former Brazilian military dictatorship and supports the use of torture.
Bolsonaro has promised to donate Brazil's Alacantara rocket launching base to the US and to privatise the whole government.
The Zionist Bolsonaro has very close ties to Israel, and has announced that he will move Brazil’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem: http://aanirfan.blogspot.com/2018/10...ist-nazis.html


In a lucky (or unlucky?) circumstance, on 6 September congressman Jair Bolsonaro reportedly was stabbed during a campaign rally for which he had to be operated and spend more than a week in hospital.

Bolsonaro's son, Flavio Bolsonaro, initially tweeted that the injury was superficial and his father was fine. However, an hour later he posted that the wound was "worse than we thought". His son also claimed that Bolsonaro suffered severe blood loss and arrived at the hospital "almost dead".
This made his poll numbers rise by 15%.

Bolsonaro said during a campaign event that he would like to shoot corrupt members of the leftist Workers' Party: https://www.smh.com.au/world/south-a...07-p502a1.html

Police arrested and identified the attacker as Adelio Bispo de Oliveira, who supposedly claimed he was on "a mission from God".
Two of Brazil’s leading daily newspapers have reported that the last months the assailant frequented the same shooting range regularly used by Bolsonaro's two sons, deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro and councilman Carlos Bolsonaro.

This makes it more likely that the stabbing was staged with a plastic or retractable prop knife to make Jair Bolsonaro more popular: https://www.democraticunderground.com/110862854
(archived here: http://archive.is/wpvGx)


See the video of the stabbing (it doesn’t look convincing to me).
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Former Army captain Jair Bolsonaro didn’t only take an overwhelming lead in the first round of Brazil’s presidential election but Bolsonaro’s party, the PSL, jumped from 8 seats to 52 in the lower house of Congress, while the Workers’ Party of Fernando Haddad, lost 5 seats to 56.
PT remains the largest party in the lower house, followed by Bolsonaro's PSL.


Some of the most senior Congressmen have been ousted from Brazilian Congress, including Senator Romero Juca, who had been an MP for over 23 years and served as government leader in 4 governments: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ss-on-its-head
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In my view he is the right-wing version of Soros, another authoritarian. In his view laissez-faire and limited 'government' aren't satisfactory. He sees 'government' (more powerful and bigger) as the organising principle for society.
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does he ?

not my understanding of his views

What the 'deconstruction of the administrative state' really looks like

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In my view he is the right-wing version of Soros, another authoritarian. In his view laissez-faire and limited 'government' aren't satisfactory. He sees 'government' (more powerful and bigger) as the organising principle for society.
I consider Sheldon Adelson the "right wing" version of George Soros.

Steve Bannon is more of an election spin doctor than a huge sponsor of politicians and "think tanks".
I really wouldn't know, who the comparable "left wing" spin doctor is/was (maybe Podesta?).

Jair Bolsonaro is called the Brazilian Trump...
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In November 2017, the Brazilian Ponte Estratégia Planejamento e Pesquisa LTDA, announced a partnership with Cambridge Analytica (that it is more named than its London based parent company SCL Group) – CA Ponte.

In March, the controversy erupted over Cambridge Analytica’s illegal use of Facebook data, and Brazilian prosecutors said they had opened an investigation into whether the SCL Group had acted illegally in Brazil by using the data of millions of Brazilians (violating the non-existent Brazilian privacy laws?).
Director of CA Ponte, Andre Torretta, responded by claiming that the partnership with SCL was suspended and changed its name back to Ponte Estrategia, but in reality “it won’t change anything, in spite of all this confusion”…

It has been announced that CA Ponte was in touch with representatives of 3 presidential candidates in Brazil, but not all the names have been disclosed. Steve Bannon, who performed his magic on Jair Bolsonaro’s campaign, was/is of course part of the SCL Group.
The only named party is the Social Democracy Party, then chaired by Tasso Jereissati, but supposedly they didn't finalise the deal: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article...nd-partnership


For more information on the SCL Group (and its subsidiary Cambridge Analytica): https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=321860
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WhatsApp is a communication service with an estimated 900 million users worldwide acquired by Facebook in 2014. WhatsApp allows voice and video messages, and sharing of images, PDF’s and location.
WhatsApp groups constitutes the majority of online communication in many parts of the third world.

WhatsApp helps politicians target voters in areas that otherwise don't have access to the internet.
Firms that manipulate elections (like SCL) actually pay people for the information they have collected on the electorate.

In Latin America internet access is (almost) limited to: WhatsApp, YouTube, Facebook, Google Maps and Facebook Messenger. WhatsApp also plays a major role in Brazilian politics, with around 120 million users in Brazil it’s one of the main sources of information.
Brazil doesn’t have a general data protection law and the buying and selling of databases is done almost without restrictions.

CEO of Ponte Estratégia, André Torreta, explained that WhatsApp is the most influential network in the 2018 elections in Brazil. Ponte Estratégia can send up to 10 messages a day via WhatsApp – first by identifying target audiences through surveys, and then by assembling a database of phone numbers to transmit messages.
Favourite presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro has used WhatsApp messages more actively than other candidate.

WhatsApp is often used to spread fake news or disinformation by young (usually) men, who are paid to send masses of messages. See for example the following WhatsApp that shows a politician paycheck of around 31,000 Euros (received on 23 May 2018) but is completely FAKE.


In Malaysia region-specific WhatsApp groups were created as a form of micro-targeting.
Gerakan vice president Dominic Lau, said his party could receive a list of 8,000 voters from the paramilitary civil volunteer corps, with names, IC numbers and phone numbers.
For the past 5 years, Lau has been sending SMSs to these Batu voters to give birthday wishes or seasonal greetings during major festivities, which is very “effective”.

In Kenya, aspirants collected phone numbers and voter details of the people they met on campaign. Their staff and supporters also joined many groups to collect phone numbers and other voter information.
In Kenya, data can even be obtained from election databases. Data can also also be bought from “traders” that sell a bulk SMS package: https://ourdataourselves.tacticaltec...osts/whatsapp/
(archived here: http://archive.is/F5b1e)
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In my view he is the right-wing version of Soros, another authoritarian. In his view laissez-faire and limited 'government' aren't satisfactory. He sees 'government' (more powerful and bigger) as the organising principle for society.
On the Right, when politicians say "smaller govt", that's code for "putting the govt into a much smaller number of hands". The extreme end of both the Left and the Right are the same kind of fascism. They have far more in common than they would ever admit. They both want to authoritarian control. They both want an all encompassing spying on the people police state. They both want to nullify the Bill of Rights and rewrite the Constitution. They both want Marxist corporate control of Congress.

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Pro-dictatorship former military officer Jair Bolsonaro is the big favourite to become Brazilian president after the second election round against Workers' Party candidate Fernando Haddad on October 28.
He has always called for a strong government and even advocated shooting a president for privatisation.
But recently has chosen the opposite vision of a small state, privatisations and lower taxes: https://www.americasquarterly.org/co...jair-bolsonaro

Here’s a list of some of Bolsonaro controversial statements – including rewarding cops that kill suspects…



The economics adviser that is pushing for the kind of privatisation that was pushed in the 1990s by Milton Friedman and politicians like Bill Clinton and Tony Blair is one Paulo Guedes, who is expected to become Bolsonaro’s finance minister.
Since Guedes is chief economics adviser to Bolsonaro he’s backed by “Brazil’s” financial elite (like Goldman Sachs’ Steve Bannon).

Guedes was a professor in Chile in the 1980s.
The first country in which mass privatisation was tried was Chile in the 1970s, under the brutal military junta of Augusto Pinochet’s (1973-1990): https://www.france24.com/en/20181012...tions-populist


In the past 4 years, Brazilian investigators have discovered a huge amount of political corruption schemes, during the Workers Party’s governments from 2003 to 2016 and involving several political parties. This has greatly supported Bolsonaro’s popularity as he has repeatedly promised to make an end to corruption (never mind that politicians never keep their promises...).

After the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper reported that Paulo Guedes mismanaged 1 billion reals ($267 million) that public pension funds put in his investment vehicles starting in 2009; on 10 October it was announced that Guedes is under investigation in a corruption probe.
The president of Bolsonaro’s party, Gustavo Bebbiano, said Guedes continued firmly in position as the candidate’s economic guru.
Guedes’ attorney denied any wrongdoing and said the investments in question had yielded returns above contractually established targets.

Guedes launched 2 funds in 2009, HSM Educacional and HSM do Brasil, which received 1 billion reals in 6 years from the state-run companies. HSM said that Guedes left its board in October 2014 and had never been a controlling partner.
HSM do Brasil paid out large fees to speakers at various events in Brazil and spent millions on personnel: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-b...-idUSKCN1MK1B9
(archived here: http://archive.is/3PViz)


See Guedes and Bolsonaro giving it a thumbs up.
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Selling Brazil by the pound

I haven’t found more information on the stabbing that gave Bolsonaro’s popularity a boost, but could have been a fake (false flag) stabbing.
I haven’t found any more information on the corruption probe against Bolsonaro’s Chief economic adviser, banker Paulo Guedes, who was educated in the US either.


In a poll last week, Bolsonaro was firmly in the lead with 58% versus 42% for Haddad.
WhatsApp has proactively banned hundreds of thousands of accounts during the Brazilian election period, so Bolsonaro won’t run any risk of losing his lead.

Wealthy Bolsonaro supporters have paid 12 million reais ($3.26 million) for messaging by astroturfers, and spread tens of thousands of ads, in an alleged campaign finance violation.
Jair Bolsonaro had earlier described the messaging as "voluntary support" and was forced to deny that he asked them to purchase mass WhatsApp messages.

Attorney Guilherme Salles Gonçalves, said that under-the-table funding by companies could, if proven, lead to the disqualification of Bolsonaro for president.
A Brazilian public prosecutor thinks it’s unlikely that this could happen. I agree that with the support from the CIA, big banks, and SCL Group Bolsonaro is untouchable: https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2018...-election.html
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Paulo Guedes was one of the founders of: Banco Pactual, the Instituto Millenium (Millennium Institute), and Plano Real. Guedes has also directed several investment funds and companies.

I guess that Jair Bolsonaro didn’t promise to raise taxes but Guedes is planning greater tax revenues (or higher taxes)...

Guedes has promised to cancel the fiscal deficit (it will reach 160/180 billion reais in 2018) within a year. By selling Brazil by the pound; his aggressive plan of privatisation could bring about 800 billion reais to the State, leaving the Brazilian population in the claws of the investment bankers.

Guedes will introduce a new contributory system, so the (slave) labourers pay more to the pension funds, while cutting “gold pensions”, which will lead to a lower burden on businesses.

Guedes plans reduced interest rates, which supposedly is a boost for the economy, but of course only the big corporation will profit, and inflation will rise.

Guedes also support the “globalists” by increasing import-export, which will surely support the rich and corrupt - reducing import tariffs and creating international bilateral agreements: https://updatebrazil.wordpress.com/2...onaro-economy/
(archived here: http://archive.is/Vxvy2)

This sounds exactly like the strategy that World Bank and IMF impose on “developing” countries to strangle their economies, while the people suffer: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=308038


As an MP, former army captain Jair Bolsonaro voted against making an end to the monopoly on exploration and production of oil of state oil company Petrobras. He has described Petrobras as a strategic asset.
Bolsonaro’s surge in the polls, made Petrobras’ shares spike 10% in a single day, as investors bet Bolsonaro will give the company free rein. This month, Petrobras’ market value increased with $18 billion: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-b...-idUSKCN1MM1GS


Anti-Bolsonaro protesters are afraid after they were targeted in political violence.
Besides Paulo Guedes, the following people could be part of the expected Bolsonaro administration.

Paolo Guedes is preparing an economic team that would include Alexandre Bettamio, representative of the US-based Bank of America in Latin America.

Another potential member of Bolsonaro’s cabinet is General Heleno Ribeiro, who was Bolsanaro’s former instructor at the military academy, and could become minister of defence.
Ribeiro embraces the militarisation of Brazil’s internal security, which will especially affect communities in Brazil’s impoverished favelas, where many have been killed by military police.

The second general in Bolsonaro’s cabinet could be Oswaldo Ferreira.
Combat pilot Marcos Ponte could become minister of Science and Technology.

MP Onyx Lorenzoni might become chief of staff.
Lorenzoni has confessed to having received 100,000 Brazilian reals (around $27,100) from Brazilian businessmen and has been summoned in the ongoing Odebrecht corruption investigations.

Stavros Xanthopoylos has been mentioned as candidate for education minister
Xanthopoylos is against affirmative action and quotas for minorities in the education system.

Landowner Nabhan Garcia is a possible candidate for the Agriculture and Environment Ministry.
Garcia has been accused of organising paramilitary groups to attack the Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) who fight for agrarian reform to increase equality in Brazil: https://www.telesurtv.net/english/ne...1018-0016.html


It has been reported that two-time president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva brought 30 million Brazilians out of poverty in only a few years.
These days Lula is the most famous Brazilian political prisoner (some claim on trumped up charges).

Polls suggest that Lula could easily win this election, if he was not serving a 12-year prison sentence for money laundering: https://newsbase.com/commentary/brazil-braced-bolsonaro
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Unsurprisingly the Steve Bannon backed Jair Bolsonaro, who will crush the poor, increase taxes and introduce the kind of policies the IMF and World Bank use to destroy the economies of “developing” countries was elected as Brazil’s next president.

63-year-old former paratrooper Jair Bolsonaro pledged to crush corruption, crime and the communist threat, secured 55.1% of the votes after 99.9% were counted and was therefore elected Brazil’s next president, electoral authorities said on Sunday.

Bolsonaro promised after his victory was announced “We cannot continue flirting with communism … We are going to change the destiny of Brazil”: https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ntial-election
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Bolsonaro’s eulogies to the military dictatorship and its torturers tell us a bit more. Brazil’s “day that lasted 21 years” did not go far enough, in his mind: The dictatorship “should have killed 30,000 more,” he said in 1999, while serving his third term as a congressman. Within the military establishment, Bolsonaro represents an extremist tendency; former military-dictator Ernesto Geisel labeled him “completely beyond the pale” and a "military evil."

There were over 60,000 murders in Brazil last year. Police contribute to the bloodshed, killing thousands each year. Bolsonaro promised the special forces, whose emblem and cri de guerreis a skull, that their people would be included in the government, possibly suggesting a ministerial position for a special forces commander.

Bolsonaro’s running mate, retired general Hamilton Mourão, suggests a Bolsonaro government would seek to redraft the 1988 Constitution, this time without any popular, representative input and stack the Supreme Court with additional justices. Attempts to strangle the constitution, such as these, put us in mind of other “managed democracies,” such as Vladimir Putin’s Russia or Recep Tayyip Erdo?an's Turkey. “Constitutional dictatorship” is another term that could describe a post-Bolsonaro Brazil.

The upper-middle classes and the elite have long been animated by a barely coded class hatred that is fixated on the Workers Party (PT). This so-called “Antipetismo” fueled the move to impeach then-President Dilma Rousseff (a member of the Workers Party) on scant legal grounds. The parliamentary coup and break with democratic norms further delegitimized an already scandal-ridden political system.

Big business has flocked to the former army captain. Bolsonaro’s chief economic advisor, University of Chicago-educated Paulo Guedes, promises to privatize aggressively; the financial markets endorse this vision, as do many of its media representatives. Indeed, revelations in Brazil’s largest newspaper allege that many leading businesspeople illegally paid up to $3.2 million dollars each to spread fake news via WhatsApp, slandering Bolsonaro’s opponent. Though an investigation has been launched, the top electoral court failed to act. Instead, it banned a Workers Party campaign adshowing Bolsonaro’s support for torture and dictatorship. The campaign “can create, in public opinion, passionate states with the potential to incite violent behaviors,” the court ruled.

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Why was Brazil’s president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva locked up in prison for 12 years?
Is it because he had gotten 30 million Brazilians out of poverty?
Or is it because in 2014, Lula’s government recalled its ambassador to Israel because of that summer’s war in Gaza, calling Israeli military actions there a “massacre”?

Jair Bolsonaro has promised that he will move Brazil’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, following the US and Guatemala. Even more controversial is that he has promised to shut down the Palestinian embassy in Brazil, because Palestine isn’t even a country.
Israel’s honorary consul in Rio, Osias Wurman, said: “He is a lover of the people and the State of Israel”.

I think that the stabbing that was staged on 6 September that secured Bolsonaro’s victory was a fake, false flag event. The videos don’t show any blood or any signs that he was actually stabbed.
After receiving local emergency treatment, Bolsonaro refused to be treated at the elite hospital commonly chosen by senior politicians the Syrian-Lebanese Hospital but chose the Jewish-led Albert Einstein hospital in Sao Paulo instead: https://www.jta.org/2018/10/29/news-...rael-president


Following is a video with some of the controversial things that the Steve Bannon backed Jair Bolsonaro has said on gays, blacks, and he pushes MP Maria do Rosário and calls her a whore who he wouldn’t rape because she’s “too ugly”...
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In May 2016, the Bolsonaro family visited Israel...
The “Catholic” Jair Bolsonaro and his sons were even baptised in the River Jordan by a pastor.



The following photograph shows from left to right Carlos and Eduardo Bolsonaro walking in Israel, with t-shirts showing support for Israel's intelligence services Mossad and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
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Thirteen percent of Brazil is protected indigenous territory in the Amazon rainforest.

One of the campaign promises of Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, is to sell the rainforest to agribusiness, mining and hydro-power. Bolsonaro has said openly “Minorities have to adapt to the majority, or simply disappear”, and “not one square centimetre” of Brazil will be reserved for the country’s indigenous peoples”.

Since Bolsonaro was elected on 28 October, he’s announced that the ministries of agriculture and environment will be merged into a new “super ministry” to oversee the genocide.
The new ministry will be headed by politicians from the “beef caucus”, who have always opposed indigenous land conservation, supported agricultural expansion, and make slave labour laws more “relaxed”.

In 2017, 50 land rights campaigners were killed in Brazil, and another 20 this year, for protesting against illegal logging and expansion of cattle ranches and soy plantations in the rainforest: https://returntonow.net/2018/11/06/b...us-amazonians/
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The Zionist Bolsonaro has very close ties to Israel, and has announced that he will move Brazil’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem:
On 11 November, I noticed that the Aangirfan blogspot has been removed from the internet.
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Brazil’s president-elect Jair Bolsonaro promised to kick out Cuba's doctors at several campaign events, because the doctors aren’t allowed to bring their families, and: “The Cubans get approximately 25 percent of the salary. The rest feeds the Cuban dictatorship”. Bolsonaro described this as “slave labour” and accused Havana of refusing to “fix the deplorable situation of these doctors in clear violation of human rights”.
Last week, Jair Bolsonaro also claimed that “there is no proof they are actually doctors” and he would force Cuban doctors to take tests to prove their skills.

Cuba has responded by ordering the 8,332 Cuban medical personnel in Brazil to return home. Many have already flown out, leaving Brazil's healthcare system in a state of panic. The rest are expected to leave by December 10.
The Cuban doctors are part of the 18,240 doctors brought in from overseas under the Mais Medicos (More Doctors) programme, launched in 2013 under Dilma Rousseff.
When Angelita Santos heard the Cuban doctors were leaving she cried. Her town Embu-Guaçu had 19 doctors for its 70,000 residents only last week, but now only 2 remain.

Brazil's doctors are unequally distributed across the country, with an average of 5.07 doctors for every thousand residents in Brazil’s state capitals, but just 0.3 in towns of less than 5,000 inhabitants.
Cuban doctors filled the jobs that Brazilians don’t want. Of the 372 doctors working in 34 indigenous districts across Brazil, 301 were from Cuba

Even while the Cuban doctors receive only a small part of the amount Brazil pays, the meagre pay is still significantly more than what they make at home. Cuban doctors have rebelled filing lawsuits in Brazilian courts arguing that they are entitled to earn “full salaries”, like Brazilian doctors.
The end of the program will also negatively affect Cuba as the medical service export program is among its main sources of revenue: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/14/w...bolsonaro.html
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Corruption was at the top of Jair Bolsonaro’s campaign. His top deputies and cabinet appointments are the same (or even worse?) corrupt gang of crooks that have been running Brazil for decades.

Paulo Guedes will become Brazil’s secretary of the economy. He’s under 2 separate investigations for fraud in investment funds.
Guedes’ investment company, BR Educacional, got R1 billion from 5 state-owned companies. This was invested in Guedes’ HSM Educacional (now called BR Educaçao Executiva). HSM Educacional bought an Argentinian company for over R16 million. Both companies ended up losing money for investors.
The second probe involving Guedes is a possible fraud in an investment his company made in engineering firm Enesa Participaçoes. Guedes invested R112 million that disappeared without a trace. State bank Caixa Econemica was one of the investors.
Guedes’ company Bozano will likely profit from the privatization of health, education, and energy services that he’ll push through.

Onyx Lorenzoni is expected tobecome Bolsonaro’s new chief of staff.
In May 2017, Lorenzoni openly admitted to having received R100,000 ($26,000) in slush funds from the the world’s largest meat processor JBS, which is in the centre of many corruption scandals. The confession never led to an investigation.
Lorenzoni has been investigated for receiving R175,000 in bribes from major construction company Odebrecht, whose owner was imprisoned as part of the Operation Car Wash corruption investigations. This case was dismissed by the Supreme Court.

Luiz Henrique Mandetta will become Secretary of Health, which has the largest budget in Brazil’s federal government.
Mandetta was health secretary in Campo Grande between 2005 and 2010, which is investigated for influence trafficking, defrauding a public tender, and using slush funds in this period.

Future Secretary of Agriculture Tereza Cristina presided over the congressional committee that pushed through a bill intended to facilitate chemical pesticides that pose a serious threat to human health. Since Cristina was elected to Congress in 2014 her assets increased by almost 50,000%.
She also has questionable connections to JBS. Between 2011 and 2012, when she was secretary of agribusiness in Mato Grosso do Sul, Cristina signed on to tax incentives for JBS that are now under investigation. At the same time, she leased land to JBS. In 2014, JBS donated more than R$100,000 to Cristina’s campaign.

Marcos Pontes will head of the new Science, Technology, and Communications Department.
Pontes was investigated for owning part of the company Portally Eventos e Produçoes, that sells nice promotional stuff related to his career as an astronaut, like small figurines, mousepads, and watches.This is illegal, so he simply denied his association with Portally.
Because of the statute of limitations this cased was closed. Then almost immediately Pontes owned 80% of Portally.

In 2013, Bolsonaro’s head of the Institutional Security Cabinet (GSI), Augusto Heleno, was convicted for authorising illegal grant agreements for the 2011 Military Games as head of the Brazilian Army’s Science and Technology Department.
Heleno authorised R22 million worth of deals to 2 military-related institutes. Heleno violated the law by hiring them without a public tender and was fined R4,000.

Surrounded by pro-gun members of Congress at a gathering in his home on 23 October, Bolsonaro said, “I can already announce that Fraga will be the one to coordinate the [pro-gun parliamentary] front in my administration”.
Alberto Fraga was caught on tape complaining that the bribes he got were too low, so on 31 October Bolsonaro made clear that he had never asked Fraga to join his administration.

Sérgio Moro was the judge, who sentenced the favourite to become Brazil’s President, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, to prison in 2017.
Bolsonaro invitated BSérgio Moro[/B] to become secretary of justice.

Jair Bolsonaro spent 11 of his 27 years in politics in the Progressists party, with most politicians investigated in Operation Car Wash.
He left in 2016, after admitting that he had received R200,000 from JBS in 2014, but claimed he returned it to the party:
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Yes, the party got bribes. What party doesn’t get bribes?
I take [money] from the party funds. [JBS’s] money went to another congressman.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Bolsonaro kept a ghost worker among his 14 cabinet employees.
Walderice Santos da Conceiçao was listed as the member of Congress’s aide for 15 years — but she and her husband worked at Bolsonaro’s summer house in Angra dos Reis, paid for with tax money: https://theintercept.com/2018/12/09/...onaro-cabinet/
(archived here: http://archive.is/86AlO)


Jair Bolsonaro has promised that he will strip Brazilian government’s environment agencies of their powers to impose “fines”:
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I will no longer allow Ibama and ICMBio to be handing out fines all over the place. I want to defend the environment, but not in a Shia way, as is taking place now.
Bolsonaro was fined 10,000 reais (£2,026) in fines for illegally fishing in 2012. He said, he was “living proof of the bias and bad work of some inspectors of Ibama and ICMBio”.

This of course will be great for the companies that pollute the environment: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a8663596.html


US President Donald Trump has announed similar plans...
The Trump administration announced that it will roll back an Obama-era water rule to protect drinking water and the waterways that flow into it. Obama waited 7 years before this rule was put in place in 2015...

Critics say 60% of US waterways will be at risk for pollution from corporate giants, "Piece by piece, molecule by molecule, Trump is handing over our country to corporate polluters and other industrial interests at the expense of our future": https://www.commondreams.org/news/20...ations-streams
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How will the new, fascist president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, turn Brazil into a full-blown- police state?
Bolsonaro has previously said that cops who kill criminals should be given medals and have to be legally protected.

120 sharpshooters for the Rio de Janeiro police will get a “license to kill” anybody in the city's slums that looks to have a rifle.
Former Brazilian marine, federal judge and Governor-elect of Rio Wilson Witzel explained on 12 December:
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The protocol will be to immediately neutralize, slaughter anyone who has a rifle. Whoever has a rifle isn't worried about other people's lives, they're ready to eliminate anyone who crosses their path. This is a grave problem, not just in Rio de Janeiro, but in other states.
Witzel will create a security council that answers only to him to control the war against the poor.
Central to Witzel's plans for a police state is a planned surveillance network with 30,000 security cameras. Witzel travelled to Israel to meet with Elbit Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries, which develop drone technology.

Rio's police are known for resorting to force. In only the first 11 months of 2018 the Rio cops murdered 1,444 suspects; an increase of 39% over 2017 and more than any year since 2003.
This includes completely innocent people, like a 26-year-old man with an umbrella that was shot and killed by the cops, because it “looked” like a rifle.

Rio's acting security secretary, General Richard Nunes, said that violence alone can't completely solve crime.
Nunes called the jump in police killings in 2018 "totally undesirable and unexpected"; and:
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If we don't address public security with a broader vision, instead of thinking things get resolved by tactical, direct confrontation, the tendency for indicators is to worsen.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...rio-de-janeiro
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Not really surprising either...

In his first week in office, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced plans to privatise 44 airports, slash taxes for the rich, cut pensions, and set the minimum wage lower than was planned by his predecessor.
Critics say this will worsen inequality across Brazil, putting corporate profits above the well-being of middle- and lower-class families.

Bolsonaro unveiled plans to raise the miniumum wage at a lower rate than what was recommended by Michel Temer's outgoing government - to about $260 per month, 8 dollars (3.1%) less than previously planned.

Finance Minister Paulo Guedes announced plans to privatise state power company Eletrobas.
Guedes also announed on Twitter that 12 airports and 4 seaports will be privatised, claiming Brazil is burdened by "hundreds of bureaucratic governing bodies" and that this will earn $1.85 billion in private investments.

Guedes also expressed the need for “tax simplification and reduction” – which sounds like an euphemism for slashing taxes for the rich so that low and middle income families can pay more taxes: https://www.commondreams.org/news/20...rich-and-wages
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