Jair Bolsonaro Inaugurated As President of Brazil

Jair Bolsonaro was inaugurated as president of Brazil this afternoon:

“Once inside Congress, Bolsonaro and his vice president, retired Gen. Hamilton Mourao, took the oath of office. Bolsonaro then read a short speech that included many of the far-right positions he staked out during the campaign.

He promised to combat the “ideology of gender” teaching in schools, “respect our Judeo-Christian tradition” and “prepare children for the job market, not political militancy.”

“I call on all congressmen to help me rescue Brazil from corruption, criminality and ideological submission,” he said.

A short time later, Bolsonaro spoke to thousands of supporters outside, promising to “free Brazil” from socialism and political correctness.

As he spoke, supporters began to chant “Myth! Myth! Myth!”— a nickname that began years ago with internet memes of Bolsonaro and became more common during last year’s campaign. Bolsonaro’s middle name is Messias, or Messiah in English, and many supporters believe he was chosen by God to lead Brazil, an assertion bolstered after Bolsonaro survived a stabbing during a campaign rally in September.

During Tuesday’s speech, Bolsonaro stopped at one point, pulled out a Brazilian flag and wildly waved it, prompting roars from the crowd.

“Our flag will never be red,” Bolsonaro said, a reference to communism. “Our flag will only be red if blood is needed to keep it green and yellow.”

The inaugural speech was excellent.

As with Donald Trump, we will keep tabs on the progress of Bolsonaro’s presidency and judge him on the basis of his success in implementing his agenda. Campaigning is easy. Governing is the hard part. We already know that Bolsonaro is a Zionist. The real question is whether he will be an effective (Salvini) or ineffective (Trump) nationalist president.

Note: Bolsonaro appears to be off to a good start.

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8 Comments

  1. unlike Trump and his fake populism,

    Bolsonaro has a few real strands –

    like distributing guns to White middle class people so they can defend themselves from the colored crime class.

    how different from gun-grabbing, nigger-releasing (“prison reform”) Trump.

  2. It’s a mongrel country that’s too far gone. Best thing would be if the whiter, southern part could secede.

  3. Trump has disappointed all of us!! Sad!!
    Now we put our highest expectations in Bolsonaro from Brazil!! Viva!!

  4. When reading/hearing about the “Judeo-Christian tradition”, I wonder whether the person that refers to the in real life actually non-existent phenomenon is a liar or simply an idiot.

  5. I like Bolsonaro’s glamorous third world castizo trophy wife. She looks like one of the stars of those Mexican soap operas. Sure is strange how all those “populist” politicians have to kiss Israel’s tuchas, though.

    • “Sure is strange how all those “populist” politicians have to kiss Israel’s tuchas, though.”

      Jews fund opposing forces like the Democrats and Republicans in America, so obviously they will also seek fund and direct the populists and the nationalists.

      The next time you see a politican kissing Jew butt in public, remember: “He who gives the money controls the organization.”

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