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Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:30 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

"Air, the national conservative groups that funded the ballot audit in Arizona, claiming the vote was fraudulent. We talked with the New Yorker's Jane Mayer about her new article, the big Money Behind the big lie. She writes that those wealthy conservatives now want to let state legislators overturn elections join us. This afternoon at one and again tonight at 8 91.5 w B E Z. Still to come on the forum more on the master of psychological thrillers, the late Patricia Highsmith why Her second novel, published under a pseudonym didn't come out onto her own name until 1990. Why? Following her literary success, she remained a restless spirit moving from country to country and the treasure trove of diaries. She left after her death Still with me, her friend Vivian de Bernardi, her biographer, Andrew Wilson. All of us back after the news. BBC News where Jerry Smith officials in Afghanistan say the security forces have repelled a new Taliban offensive on the western city of Hirak, involving several overnight attacks on security checkpoints. The military says it's also clearing Taliban militants from Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province, where there's been intense fighting for more than a week. Former commander of U. S and International forces in Afghanistan, has warned that the country seems to be in the early stages of a descent into fully fledged civil war. Speaking to the BBC General David Petraeus called for the US to continue its support of government forces, especially in terms of air power. Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro, who has strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision to investigate him for claiming that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud. Opinion polls suggest Mr Bolsonaro is lagging far behind the Socialist former President Lula de Silva ahead of next year's presidential election. British study has found that a network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro China narratives and trying to discredit critics of the Communist Party. The center for Information Resilience, says the aim was to delegitimize the West. In the past half hour. The organizers of this year's Rugby League World Cup in England have announced they're postponing the tournament until next year. They said It wasn't feasible to go ahead after Australia and New Zealand pulled out two weeks ago, citing coronavirus concerns. Researchers in Australia say they have developed a new type of gel that may be able to reverse some of the brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease. The hydrogel made from natural amino acids and injected into the brain can transfer stem cells. Researchers say these can help restore damaged brain tissue and replace lost neurons. BBC news. Welcome back to the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Bridget Kendall. And today we're discussing the life and work of the 20th century American writer Patricia Highsmith still with me, Highsmith's biographer, Andrew Wilson. And her friend Vivian de Bernardi. If you'd like to listen to other literary editions of the Forum, just go to the collections page on our website or search for BBC, the forum in your podcast app. There, you'll find programs about Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Earlier in the program We heard about Patricia Highsmith's suspense fiction in this half. We're going to take a look at her second novel from 1952, which is not a crime novel, but a love story between two women. It was originally published under a pseudonym and called the Price of Salt. But republished under house Smith's own name and entitled Carol in 1990. Carol raised her hand slowly and brushed her hair back one son either side. And Therese smiled because the gesture was Carol. And it was Carol. She loved and would always love. Oh, In a different way now because she was a different person, and it was like meeting Carol all over again. But it was still Carol and no one else. It would be Carol in 1000 cities. 1000 houses in foreign lands where they would go together in heaven. And inhale. Andrew This is a romantic novel in which same sex attraction is defiantly celebrated. But as I said Highsmith didn't put her own name to it when it was first published was that because it was too close to home to autobiographical Was it just not possible for a well known novelist to be associated with lesbian themes At that time, I think there are a number of reasons. So one reason was a practical one because, she said, with strangers on a train, she had been labeled a suspense or crime novelist, which she didn't like that label, And she said she didn't want to be labeled again as a lesbian writer. And I think she was very sort of careful of her reputation as well. So even though she was enjoying a very active love life, she she didn't want to out herself. And I don't think there were many out lesbian writers in that world in the late 19 forties early 19 fifties. Another reason, as you say, is, it was inspired by at least some part of Autobiographical writings, so she'd had a couple of lovers Um Juan, who was called Virginia Kent, Catherwood and sheep, she wrote in her diaries while she was writing this novel that she thought her case was choose similar to Carol's, she was a married woman whose child has been taken away because she had fallen in love with another woman. She didn't really want to identify her. In addition, the end of the whole opening section of the book where you have the character of to raise the young girl working in Bloomingdale's, that actually happened to Highsmith herself, So it's December 1948. She's working the Toy Department and into the Toy Department comes this glamorous older woman looking for a doll for one of her daughters. Hi..

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U.S. Releases List of 2019 Gifts to Government Officials

Hard Factor

02:01 min | 6 hrs ago

U.S. Releases List of 2019 Gifts to Government Officials

"Wednesday the us state department dropped their twenty nineteen list of high value gifts from foreign governments and it reads like monopoly man's estate sale. Which by the way should be happening anytime. Now he was seventy in one thousand nine forty when we met him. So keep an eye out for that estate sale but either four columns in this ninety two page document which indicate in the first call Who the gift was to gift date. And the date of acceptance the estimated value the current disposition relocation who was from and the reason that the gift was accepted right. Which pretty much on all of them. The acceptance was non-acceptance would cause embarrassment to the donor and the us government right right. And then then you can't take it unless you buy it like exports. That's better than we're in cahoots right or you can give it away which is like What most most folks do in the government right so The list was mostly gifts to to trump Some to to his underlying The guy was asking me pence somebody the kushner's etc pretty much. All of them were the vice. I mean come on anyway the list. This was mostly give to trump and stuff like ceramic dragon head from the president of the socialist republic. Vietnam i want to look into that. That was fifteen fifteen hundred ninety dollars. A brazilian hardwood bench carved to resemble a jaguar from higher bolsonaro. It's pretty cool. Levin hundred bucks a brown leather bound book of hebrew songs from netanyahu for five hundred a painting of donald trump himself to donald trump himself on a dual paying glass surface from also from vietnam. Fifty two hours mart gift. Yes mark gift right. I mean favors gift. But it's on the glass. It sound sick. Like if you're going to give someone a painting themselves it's gotta be

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Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:05 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

"Unsettling. I'm talking about Patricia Highsmith, the American writer who died in 1995. But if she had lived would have been 100 years old this year, her first novel in 1951, Strangers on a train found fame as a Hitchcock movie, the story of a devious sociopath who proposes to a stranger that they swap murders to avoid being caught. Four years later, Highsmith introduces her best known hero, another persuasive conman and murderer in the talented Mr Ripley. So why did she focus on the dark side of human nature? And what do her novels reveal about the criminal mind? We bring together one of her closest friends and her first biographer, to learn more. That's all on the forum coming up after the news. BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smith. Officials in Afghanistan say the security forces have repelled a new Taliban offensive on the western city of Harar odds in Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province. The military said it had launched a joint operation to eject the militants. General David Petraeus, former U. S Command commander of US forces in Afghanistan, told the BBC. The country appeared to be in the early stages of a full fledged civil war. He warned of the consequences of a Taliban victory. Certainly there will be hundreds of thousands, if not millions of refugees, flooding into countries that can least afford to handle them, such as Pakistan. Beyond that, we'll see Al Qaeda reestablish a sanctuary there will threaten the U. S homeland or probably even our NATO allies just yet. But it will try. We could see the Islamic state establishing a sanctuary there as well. The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, has strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision to investigate him for claiming that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud. It comes his opinion polls place the right wing leader far behind the Socialist former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva ahead of next year's presidential election. Warren Bull reports. Jacobo scenario was a critic of Brazil's electronic voting system. Long before he was sworn in as president in 2019. He argues that the absence of paper ballots makes cheating easier. But recently he stepped up his attacks, making unsubstantiated allegations that the head of Brazil's electoral court was preparing fraud in next year's poll and even threatening to postpone the election. If the system is not overhauled. The Supreme Court probe will consider whether Mr Bolsonaro is leading an orchestrated attempts to undermine the ballot. British study has found that a network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro China narratives and trying to discredit critics of its Communist Party. The centre for Information Resilience. Says the account's aim to delegitimize the West. Researchers in Australia say they have developed a new type of gel that may be able to reverse some of the brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease. The hydrogel is made from natural amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. Well. NASA reports from Sydney The hydrogen acts as a vehicle to safely transfer stem cells into the brain. Australian scientists believe the process can restore damaged tissue and replace lost neurons which affect patients with Parkinson's disease. The gel is injected as a liquid in the brain. It reverts to a jelly like substance and can be administered to specific areas impaired by Parkinson's or a stroke. Stem cells can then be instructed to create replacement neurons. News from the BBC. Britain will today formally joined the Association of Southeast Asian Nations as a dialogue partner as it seeks to build new diplomatic links after Brexit. The British government hopes that partnership with the 10 nation group will boost the UK's access to an area of growing economic and strategic importance. The government says the agreement will help create green jobs, promote science and technology partnerships and reinforce security cooperation. France has welcomed the British government's decision to drop quarantine restrictions for vaccinated travelers returning from France. Saying the move could boost its tourism industry. On Wednesday, Britain announced a series of changes to his travel rules, which will make it easier for people from several European countries to enter the UK The changes will come into force on Sunday. Caroline Davies has the details. France will move back onto the list of and the countries from which fully vaccinated travelers do not have to quarantine Seven countries, including Austria and Germany, are moved onto the green list, meaning passengers do not need to isolate on return, even if they're unvaccinated. India is one of four countries being removed from the red list, so arrivals will no longer have to stay at a quarantine hotel. Spain remains on the amber list, but people returning from there and now advised to take a PCR test rather than a cheaper lateral flow test..

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Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached

BBC Weekend

01:41 min | Last week

Brazilian Protesters Call for Jair Bolsonaro to Be Impeached

"Brazil, Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets for the fourth weekend in a row. They're calling for the Covid vaccination program to be speeded up and demanding the impeachment of President Jacobo scenario. Gayle McClelland reports. Out bolsonaro. Message in 20 states across Brazil. As the coronavirus death toll in the country passes half a million protesters demand the resignation of the man, they say is to blame President Jair Bolsonaro epitome. We allowed this person to become the president of the Republic and we are seeing the consequences of that today in the absurd number of deaths due to the pandemic. Due to the irresponsible way in which he handled the pandemic in Brazil, Brazil, the president has been famously dismissive of the health crisis opposing masks and social distancing measures. And he's been criticized for slow rollout of vaccines. Only 17% of the population has fully vaccinated with the presidential election looming next year. Mr. Bolsonaro's approval rating is at a record low and he faces investigation in the Senate on charges of corruption. As night fell, skirmishes broke out between protesters and police. Fired tear gas and through flash bangs. Such clashes are likely to persist, putting President Bolsonaro under increasing pressure as the pandemic continues to exact a devastating toll.

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Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:58 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

"On the dark side of human nature. And what do her novels reveal about the criminal mind? We bring together one of her closest friends and her first biographer, to learn more That's all on the forum coming up after the news. BBC News. Hello, this is Jerry Smith. Officials in Afghanistan say the security forces have repelled a new Taliban offensive on the western city of Harar odds in Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province. The military said it had launched a joint operation to eject the militants. General David Petraeus, former U. S Command commander of US forces in Afghanistan, told the BBC. The country appeared to be in the early stages of a full fledged civil war. He warned of the consequences of a Taliban victory. Certainly there will be hundreds of thousands, if not millions of refugees, flooding into countries that can least afford to handle them, such as Pakistan. Beyond that, we'll see Al Qaeda reestablish a sanctuary there. It won't threaten the U. S. Homeland are probably even our NATO allies just yet. But it will try. We could see the Islamic state establishing a sanctuary there as well. The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, has strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision to investigate him, claiming that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud. It comes his opinion polls place the right wing leader far behind the Socialist former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva ahead of next year's presidential election, Warren board reports. Giant ball scenario was a critic of Brazil's electronic voting system. Long before he was sworn in as president in 2019. He argues that the absence of paper ballots makes cheating easier. But recently he stepped up his attacks, making unsubstantiated allegations that the head of Brazil's electoral court was preparing fraud in next year's poll and even threatening to postpone the election if the system is not overhauled. The Supreme Court probe will consider whether Mr Bolsonaro is leading an orchestrated attempt to undermine the ballot. British study has found that a network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro China narratives and trying to discredit critics of its Communist Party. The centre for Information Resilience. Says the account's aim to delegitimize the West. Researchers in Australia say they have developed a new type of gel that may be able to reverse some of the brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease. The hydrogel is made from natural amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. Reports from Sydney. The hydrogen acts as a vehicle to safely transfer stem cells into the brain. Australian scientists believe the process can restore damaged tissue and replace lost neurons which affect patients with Parkinson's disease. The gel is injected as a liquid in the brain. It reverts to a jelly like substance and can be administered to specific areas impaired by Parkinson's or a stroke. Stem cells can then be instructed to create replacement neurons. News from the BBC. Britain will today formally joined the Association of Southeast Asian Nations as a dialogue partner as it seeks to build new diplomatic links after Brexit. The British government hopes that partnership with the 10 nation group will boost the UK's access to an area of growing economic and strategic importance. The government says the agreement will help create green jobs, promote science and technology partnerships and reinforce security cooperation. France has welcomed the British government's decision to drop quarantine restrictions for vaccinated travelers returning from France, saying the move could boost its tourism industry. On Wednesday, Britain announced a series of changes to his travel rules, which will make it easier for people from several European countries to enter the UK The changes will come into force on Sunday. Caroline Davies has the details. France will move back onto the list of and the countries from which fully vaccinated travelers do not have to quarantine. Seven countries, including Austria and Germany, are moved onto the green list, meaning passengers do not need to isolate on return, even if they're unvaccinated. India is one of four countries being removed from the red list, so arrivals will no longer have to stay at a quarantine hotel. Spain remains on the amber list, but people returning from there and now advised to take a PCR test rather than a cheaper lateral flow test..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Rear Vision

Rear Vision

02:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Rear Vision

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Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:36 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC World Service

"To news day. Thanks for joining us here on the BBC will service with our whole tendon and muscle coming up Leadership contest in south Sudan that could and settle the unity government will be speaking to a doctor in Nigeria about why he's chosen to go on strike during the pandemic. And what exactly does a guy named government need to fix will be speaking to some of those talk. It's taking part in the fixed the country's ongoing protests. First the news. BBC News where Jerry Smith officials in Afghanistan said the security forces have repelled a new Taliban offensive in the western city of Iraq. They said the Taliban had launched several overnight attacks on security checkpoints near the city. Police commander and two of his bodyguards were killed in the fighting. In Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province. The military said it had launched a joint operation to clear militants from the city. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision to investigate him for claiming that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud. Mr Bolsonaro said the ruling was unconstitutional and that the antidote to it would also go against the constitution, although he did not give further details. British study has found that a network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro China narratives and trying to discredit critics of its Communist Party. Center for information Resilience, says the aim was to de legitimize the West. Researchers in Australia say they have developed a type of gel, they may be able to reverse some of the brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease. The Hydro Gerald is made from natural amino acids and can safely deliver stem cells to the brain. Iran's new president, Ibrahim rather racy will be inaugurated later today his promise to improve living conditions, restore public trust in government and get crippling international sanctions removed. Mexican Mexican government is suing major U S gun companies, accusing them of failing to stop the illegal cross border flow of arms. Mexico's foreign minister Marcelo Abroad Said the company's negligent practices have led to large scale damage and death. BBC news. Thanks very much. J. Smith for those news headlines, Hello and welcome to news day on the BBC World Service's muscle and Whole Tandon coming up will be going to South Sudan to hear about the challenge the leadership of first vice president react. Michelle will also be hearing about doctors going on strike in Nigeria working conditions It is in the midst of a pandemic and numbers of covid rising and will also be hearing about Malta being urged to drop a case against three young migrants accused of terrorism. And remember if you have a comment you'd like to share on any of those stories. Also about the seizure of some A rare animals. Underwear animal. Um uh, remains in Nigeria do text us plus 4 +47786 2050 85. Let's start in South Sudan because it's facing a leadership.

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Bolsonaro May Have Emergency Surgery After Hiccups Persist for Over 10 Days

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bolsonaro May Have Emergency Surgery After Hiccups Persist for Over 10 Days

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

01:22 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bolsonaro" discussed on BBC Newsday

"Hello and welcome to news day from the BBC World Service with Paulo Massara, Andrew Holt Standard. Ethiopian doctor describes the horrors he's witnessed us. Fighting continued he saw with his own eyes, but he's a victim's floating on a river, One of the 10 Nigerian athletes prevented from competing in the Tokyo Olympics, Shares of frustrations and tells us used to bled. Plus another humanitarian disaster looming in Syria, which could affect up to 50,000 civilians. First the news BBC News With Gareth Follow the Afghan military says it's carried out fresh air strikes on Taliban positions in the southern city of Lashkar Gar is the Taliban mounted a renewed push to capture the capital of Helmand province. Regional Afghan army units said special forces have conducted what it called clearing operations. The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, has strongly criticized the Supreme Court decision to investigate him for claiming that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud. Mr Bolsonaro said the ruling was unconstitutional and the antidote to it would also go against the constitution. Although he did not give further details. A British study has found that a network of more than 350 fake social media profiles is pushing pro China narratives and trying to discredit critics of its Communist Party. The Center of Information Resilience says the aim was to delegitimize the West. Researchers in Australia say they have developed a type of gel that may be able to reverse some of the brain damage caused by Parkinson's disease. The hydrogel is made from natural amino acids and can safely deliver stem cells to the brain. Britain will today formally joined the Association of Southeast Asian Nations as a dialogue partner. The British government hopes that partnership will help the UK forge new diplomatic and economic links following Brexit. The Mexican government is suing major U S gun companies, accusing them of failing to stop the illegal cross border flow of arms. Mexico's foreign minister seller, Brad said the company's negligent practices that led to large scale damage and death And the Australian teenager Keegan Palmer has won gold in the first ever men's Olympic Park Skateboarding competition in high quality final in Tokyo, The skateboarders performed huge jumps and 540 degrees spends in a charged atmosphere. Underlying why the sports been included for the first time B B. Singh is Thanks very much. Gary Barlow for that news, Hello and welcome to news day on the BBC with tandem. We'll be hearing from Kenya, where people have been getting more more into debt after going through lending apps during the pandemic and imagine training for years, beating the competition to get to the Olympics, only to be prevented from competing because of issues on the administrative side, while Nigerian athletes Puma shares her frustration and please share your views by texting us on plus 4 +47786 2050 85. But let's start with this hour with a doctor who escaped to Sudan from degree in Ethiopia, where there's been a conflict between rebel forces and the Ethiopian army, he has told us What his witness. The doctor was in humor to integrate where he says he saw civilians being killed..

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As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

Balance of Nature

00:39 sec | Last month

As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,

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Brazil Still Debating Dubious Virus Drug Amid 500,000 Deaths

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Brazil Still Debating Dubious Virus Drug Amid 500,000 Deaths

"As Brazil hurtles toward an official coded nineteen death toll of a five hundred thousand the second highest in the world silence is on trial inside the country and the truth is up for grabs with the most unlikely to be reached this weekend Brazil's Senate is publicly probing how the toll got so high focusing on life president Chaya Bolsonaro this fall rights government ignored opportunities to buy vaccines for months while it relentlessly pushed hydroxy chloride Quinn the malaria drug shown to be ineffective in treating okay with nineteen the skepticism has extended to the death toll itself with Bolsonaro all getting the official tally for his own health ministry is greatly exaggerated some experts say the real figure is significantly higher perhaps hundreds of thousands hi I'm Charles that's my

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Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

BBC Assignment

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Brazil’s Amazon Deforestation Reaches Record Level for May

"Says deforestation in the Amazon region increased by 40% in the year to me, 1180 square kilometres of rainforest were lost. Meanwhile, a separate report is warning that illegal logging is set to get worse. As the Amazon enters the dry season. I got more details from our Americas editor Candice Pet Well, this is the third consecutive months of these record figures of deforestation in the Amazon is really raising serious questions about President Jair Bolsonaro's commitments to fighting deforestation. Environmentalists argue that the deforestation levels have been increasing because his policies and his environment minister have been slowly dismantling the legal protection measures. That police and control deforestation in the Amazon. The minister himself is under investigation by prosecutors for alleged involvement in the export of illegal would, for example, to be sold to the European Union and the United States. The Environment Ministry is also frozen funding to the environmental policing body and frozen their normal ability to patrol and monitor deforestation. President Bolsonaro has promised to eradicate illegal deforestation in the Amazon by 2030. Is that even realistic? Well, it's certainly contradicts a lot of what he's been saying. So far since he got into office in 2019. He's repeatedly advocated to develop Mentalist policy for the Amazon has argued the region needs economic development, not protection as some kind of giant reserve as he puts it. So these latest statements have been seen with great skepticism in Brazil. A by his opponents. There's been

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Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem

Latino Rebels Radio

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem

"In this episode. We're taking you inside one home in brazil where disinformation about. Feminism tested. the bond between a father and a daughter brazilian journalist giovanni fleck explains how women's rights have been attacked by fake news in brazil. I think one of the most disturbing things i've ever heard say was from this tape. Back in two thousand and three back then was another a congressman. He in congress when they in brasilia the capital in boston. I got into an argument with a congresswoman named maria. jose. You about brazil's past military dictatorships both scenarios fond of military power and jose against data ships. But it got personal and she called him a rapist and he just called her beach writing front of the media after that personality didn't back down from her he her again and said i'm not going to rape you because we're not worth auditory visual in brazil. We call this sort of behaviour by man machismo. There's no english equivalent for my cheese. Mill it is idea of hyper masculinity that dictates what a man and a society are supposed to be it is everywhere and it's made a lot of people believe that men are superior to women. Bolsonaro has been in politics the eighties before a long time. He was on the french this moment. Back in two thousand and three. When bolzano called jose you on national tv. This is more people started listening.

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Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil

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Brazil military chiefs quit as Bolsonaro seeks their support

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Brazil military chiefs quit as Bolsonaro seeks their support

"The leaders of all three branches of Brazil's armed forces have jointly resigned in protest against the president the short resignations follow prison Chaya Bolsonaro is replacement of the defense minister causing widespread apprehension of a minute to shake up to serve the president's political interests both in a row so his popularity rise last year thanks to a generous pandemic will set a program that's popularity has dropped since the program ended in December and they have been renewed protests against him as of the nation's Dany coronavirus death toll surges to the highest in the world I'm Charles the last month

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A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

"Even by his own standards brazil's president jair bolsonaro has had aka arctic with on monday. He was forced to reshuffle his cabinet after his foreign and defense ministers both quit yesterday as he purports lead once again surpassed its record daily. Covert death toll. The political crisis brought on by the pandemic also plumbed new depths today. Brazil awoke to news that the heads of the army navy and air force of all handed in their resignations in protest at boston is handling of the

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Bolsonaro under fire as Brazil hits 300,000 virus deaths

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bolsonaro under fire as Brazil hits 300,000 virus deaths

"Brazil is in political disarray as it's the policies three hundred thousand deaths from the corona virus many are pleading with president so you're both not ready to change course to stem a recent surge of daily deaths accounting for almost one third of the total worldwide many miles from Brazil's presidential palace the bodies of cave in nineteen victims were laid on flows of hospitals he's morgues were overflowing lawmakers fills it cools from panic constituents across the country with thousands awaited intensive care beds and they had no effective health minister to tend to Wilson are this month began shifting rhetoric on the value of vaccines but continues to refuse restrictions on activity he paints his infringement on personal freedom I'm Karen Thomas

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Brazil to get fourth health minister since pandemic began

5 Things

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Brazil to get fourth health minister since pandemic began

"Brazilian president bolsonaro has picked his fourth health minister since the covid nineteen pandemic hit. The country continues to be ravaged by the virus within the worst daily case and death numbers in recent days. Bolsonaro has repeatedly clashed with health officials on what to do to manage the

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Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

"Brazilian health. Minister eduardo has willow is set to be sacked after an inglorious ten month. Tenure during which more than two hundred and sixty thousand brazilians have been killed by a corona virus outbreak that his government stands accused of catastrophically mismanaging when the foul rights president. Jair bolsonaro named the army general. He's interim health minister on may sixteen last year. Nearly fifteen thousand brazilians had died of covid. Nineteen ten months later. The death toll has risen to almost two hundred eighty thousand and south. America's largest nation has been thrust into the most deadly chapter of its epidemic has willow whose dismal performance and him the nickname pasadena meaning nightmare was bolsonaro. Third health minister of the crisis after two predescessors walked out over disagreements about the president's stance toward covid nineteen from the outset. Bolsonaro has trivialized disease. Which both he and as well court as a little flu and torpedoed efforts to contain it through social distancing lockdowns all mass vaccination as well. Oh a fifty eight year old with no public. Health background had made clear that the person calling the shots in the health ministry was bolsonaro and not him. It's simple one gives the orders and the other obeys. He said if he's relationship with the president last october after bolsonaro overruled his attempt to buy forty six million shots of the chinese produced vaccine corona vach even so it is pezzo who now faces the most immediate risk of sanctions over his response to the health. Emergency few believed pass willows. Departure will herald a dramatic shift in the government's behaviour towards what is widely considered the worst public health crisis in brazilian history.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"He's never behaved wearing a mask acting reverential to the dead stopping criticizing the vaccines acting more responsible eighth says i put that down to lula's criticism. According to bureau the political analyst the arrival of another political heavy-weight has forced bolsonaro to rethink his usual strategy on the pandemic since he took office in two thousand nineteen bolsonaro was essentially alone in the ring with no real political challengers. He is a master of setting the press agenda and distracting from. He doesn't wanna talk about by saying provocative things including around but lula also knows how to set the agenda while he has yet to confirm if he will run in twenty twenty two. The former president's speech struck a more conciliatory note than he has for several years out to the business community and the political centre ribiero says the leftist has already received support for his pro science. Start from key centre right figures. I come from a region of brazil where people are very resistant to lula and voted massively for bolsonaro and many people. Now say well you can say whatever you want about lula but he was right about this or that. Ribeiro says if bolsonaro keeps being bolsonaro lula is going to appear more and more presidential just by contrast..

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Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:46 min | 5 months ago

Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

"Has just gone through. Its deadliest week of the pandemic daily fatalities. Hit a record level of more than nine thousand nine hundred on thursday bringing the total number of deaths to more than two hundred sixty five thousand and cases to more than eleven million. The discovery of contagious new corona virus variant in the amazon region has fueled the brutal second wave but the government's response has been slow and patchy and has failed to contain the spread. The sense that you get living here is sad and almost fatalistic. It feels like this country has given up on dealing with this pandemic in a responsible life saving way. Many months ago ceremonies. Lynn is brazil correspondent. Even though we are all seeing that the cases are higher than they've ever been. The hospitals are full in nearly every part of the country. The restrictions that have been introduced feel completely out of tune with that reality. They've been late. they've been minimal. And some cities are slightly stricter than others. But i think the feeling that most brazilians have is that covert is just going to happen. Overtake this country like a tidal wave. And there's nothing that anyone can do about it and the concern right now. Is that the. The health system is buckling under the weight. Right so the difference between this second wave compared to the first wave is that for the first several months of the pandemic. The virus was sort of ping-pong between different brazilian states whereas now most of the country's twenty six states are seeing their hospitals at or near capacity. And there's really a limited ability to sort of transfer patients or doctors or supplies between the different states recently. The health secretary of the amazonian state of honea mentioned this desperation in a video aimed at those who weren't taking the current virus seriously is typical seymour's known them was laid to swap mine. Nothing lead today but also by a sweatshirt but he says we have no icu. Beds for your mother your father for your aunt. It doesn't matter if you're rich. Poor young old. We simply have no. Icu beds available and those rising in numbers. Those strains that are coming about. Is that down two new variants of the viruses. That the big problem here. That's definitely part of the story. They found this new variant in the amazonian city of manaus late last year. It's called p. One and recent studies show that. It's one point four to two point two times more contagious than other versions of the virus. And the really scary thing is that it looks like it is much more capable of reinfecting people who have already been infected. That might be why people in manaus were hit really badly by second wave. Even though some studies suggest that as many as three quarters of the population had been infected in the first wave the other thing that seems really scary is that it looks like this. Current wave is affecting young people and much higher numbers than before so this variant is clearly causing some of the trouble. But you also say that. There's a certain sense of fatalism. That's contributing here. I mean how much does that have to do with the leadership. We talked a lot before. About how president of brush off the pandemic bolsonaro hasn't changed a bit at a recent event. He told brazilians to stop whining about the krona virus. Sugar jimmy because the club and said how long are you going to keep crying about it. But it's not just him the first wave you saw politicians trying to take a different stance and even going to the supreme court to fight for their right to shut things down even though the president disagreed this time it's different. Brazil has been seeing cases creep up for months now and it's only in the past few weeks. That mayors and governors have really started implementing serious restrictions closing businesses fulltime rather than. Just say from eleven pm to five. Am which is what we had in sao paulo for a few weeks. And what do the brazilian people think about. The the patchy measures have been put into place. I think there's a real split. You definitely see the outrage that brazilians especially the more educated and richard brazilian have had from the beginning. But there's also a real feeling among the middle class and the working class that putting in more restrictions is going to do more harm than good because the economic situation is so bad. Unemployment has barely come down from its high of around fourteen percent and the emergency cash payments. The federal government paid people for nine months last year. Have now been cut off to. Millions of people were basically plunged into poverty when the clock struck midnight on december. Thirty first congress is trying to push past a smaller version of the cash payments. But it's going to take some time but certainly one path out of all of these kinds of trade offs is vaccination. How is the country's program of of inoculation going. It's had a frustratingly slow start. Brazil has administered vaccines to only about three percent of its population that's way behind neighboring countries. Like she lay here in brazil. Most of the problem is that boston otto is anti vaccines and many months ago. When he had from different vaccine companies including some that were doing trials here in brazil he kicked the can down the road and signed with astra zeneca but that one provider hasn't been enough now here in sao paulo. The governor signed a deal with the sign of that company to produce its corona vac vaccine in the federal government. Sort of found itself forced to make a deal as well but they've also been all sorts of supply bottlenecks and problems with distribution and real kind of ineffectiveness by on the part of the national health ministry. Which is overseeing this whole effort. It sounds like a fairly bleak picture all around but it's not just a problem for brazil if these new variants in particular are allowed to run rampant. That's true and it's really scary. The longer the disease is left to fester. In in countries like brazil greater chance that new variants will start to emerge that reduced the effectiveness of covid nineteen vaccines elsewhere in the world posing a threat to nations that have already immunized their populations in a lot of these countries. That are still really struggling with the virus. You see their leaders just begging for the rest of the world to send them vaccine so that they can vaccinate people as quick as possible so far. We haven't seen that from bolsonaro he's been really against vaccines but just in the past few weeks. It looks like maybe he's starting to change his tune. He signed a deal with pfizer and he suggested in a recent interview that he himself might get vaccinated. So i guess the hope is relieved. The bolsonaro will understand that vaccinating people is essential to the economic recovery. That he's been prioritizing from the start and that that combined with attention from the rest of the world in getting vaccines to brazil will start to allow brazil to get a handle on something that feels right now like. It's totally out of control very much for your time sarah. Thank you jason

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Bolsonaro says "enough fussing and whining" as COVID death toll climbs

1A

00:13 sec | 5 months ago

Bolsonaro says "enough fussing and whining" as COVID death toll climbs

"Have been told to stop whining about covid. Nineteen by their president. Jair bolsonaro says he's not happy with new measures designed to curb the virus in his country despite a recent surge in cases and

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Bolsonaro's son changes Twitter profile picture to Trump

Chapo Trap House

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Bolsonaro's son changes Twitter profile picture to Trump

"Eduardo bolsa narrow scenarios son changed his abbey to donald trump's face and said i am going to die. I'm never going to change my profile picture. Now because like i have to take a stand for which is like fellas is. The gate used his face forever on twitter because he got banned god. I love the poll

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French President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

From The Newsroom

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

French President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

"French president emmanuel macron has tested positive for covid nineteen macron now joins other world leaders including british prime minister. Boris johnson us president. Donald trump and brazilian late ajayi bolsonaro to have tested positive for the virus macron was self isolate seven days in accordance with french regulations and will continue to work

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Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under Bolsonaro

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under Bolsonaro

"Square. Miles of the amazon rainforest were burned or cut down within the past year. That's the highest level of deforestation in twelve years in bar. Or blaming brazil's government. Here's npr's dan charles. These are brazil's official figures on deforestation from the country's national institute of space research. The institute says the amount of deforestation increased ten percent over last year. Which in turn was a big increase over the year before most of this land clearing is illegal but environmental groups. Say brazil's current government is no longer vigorously investigating and prosecuting environmental crimes. They say the government instead has cited with ranchers miners and loggers. Some scientists have warned that continued. Destruction of the tropical forest could permanently damage. It reducing rainfall across much of south america. dan

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on First Person

First Person

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on First Person

"However what became clear the further. We investigated was that Lula visited that apartment. Once did not have the key into that apartment. Never slept in. The apartment never truly accepted the apartment. He was offered it but it was never clear if he was accepting it or not and based based on the fact that he had visited that apartment even though there was no other evidence that the apartment was really his. They convicted him to do I nine than twelve years in prison. You're there with Lula when he receives that sentence and he tries to turn himself tough and what happens. It was the most dramatic moment of the three years where we filmed. I was actually on my way to Rio from some follows in the airport. Ready to get into the plane when I get a message in my phone like an alert from like the headline of newspaper saying that Lula had been convicted and mortar had ordered his prison. So I stop. I don't enter into the plane. I lose my flight. I start writing to everyone. I discovered that Liz on his way to who though union where he started his career and they eighty so I get a taxi and go there and managed to get into the building my crew meets with the equipment and we start filming and one way. See we're kind of kidnapped It felt like being kidnapped three days inside this building where Lula was kind of in custody because if he left would be in prison so he couldn't leave the union and the entire country. I was looking at the union through. There were helicopters all over filming and from inside we watch from the TV all these helicopter filming the building and there was so much tension because look didn't know For three days he didn't know if he was going to give himself into prison. Or if if you would resist east. And finally he decides to give himself in to abide by the rule of law and he says that to the crowd and the crowd starts crying and when he leaves the building everyone surrounds the building and holds the gate to prevent him from leaving. In that moment. What did you think the future looks like for Brazil with so many people trying to prevent Lula from turning himself in and one half the country supporting the the imprisonment of a former president? It was the culmination of this three years of kind of somehow type civil war between the two sides of society and and their side had one and I now use the sentence in the film. I say use the Warren buffet quote. That says yes. There's class warfare and our class. The rich class is winning. And that's what became clear that moment moment so Lulu was actually running a gun for president after the impeachment of Doma rousseff and he is well ahead in the polls and then his imprisonment imprisonment keeps him from running so correct. Yes so Lula was very well ahead. In the polls he is imprisoned by the judge that oversees car while operation orders his imprisonment and with that he's not allowed to run for president president and both Naidoo who was a congressman that was kind of obscure in Congress and became known known for defending kind of homophobic misogynistic anti-indigenous racist comments becomes a candidate handed it on starts growing a lot because he is charismatic in a way similar but different to Lula and many people that what were going to vote for Lulu decide to vote for both on auto most renowned winds and the first thing he does after he wins is to announce that his his minister of Justice is going to be more precisely the judge that put Lula in prison Petrie. Your film has has been criticized. By the current government yes after the nomination to the Oscars Boleslaw Naidoo said that our film was a fiction and then the reporters asked but have you seen it and he said no but it's crap and his secretary of culture also said that that the film should being the category of fiction and fantasy and the strange thing was that four days after that that same secretary of culture. Plagiarize Gobbles Hitler's Minister of propaganda in a speech and wh and in that speech Hitler's favorite opera is playing in the background. That Secretary of cultures five the next day after the embassy of Israel and Germany ask for his dismissal but it just reveals so much of the DNA a of the government put your. How else has your son been received outside of the government in Brazil how how people received it? It's been wonderful. I mean the. The film was the second most watched documentary on net flicks and two thousand and nineteen which really surpassed all our expectations speculations. And there's like one tweet every few minutes about the film and it has shaped a lot of the conversations and I they have had thousands of messages people say like I'm so sorry. I supported the impeachment and new film made me reflect on how wrong it was. or or how brainwashed I was people that say hadn't been speaking to my best friend for years and after seeing your film. We finally came back together feeling empathy for our different political visions so it has created dialogue between the two political sides that identify with the Division as an inside my own family and with the trauma as well that I exposed in the film political grief. The I tell the first person which I think so. Many Brazilians felt felt regardless of their political identifications. Better thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you that was documentary. Filmmaker Petra tre Kosta her film the edge of Democracy was nominated for an Oscar. First person is produced by me. Sarah Waldman along with help from Dan. Haggerty our editors Rob Sachs and our executive editor for news and PODCASTS. Daffron if you like this episode hit subscribe on that podcast APP and then come back next week. We'll have a new episode. The world is changing in ways that affect your life and your business. Do you have the intelligence you need now. F P is offering insider with the new FBI insiders subscription you'll get all of FP's content plus exclusive access to data driven intelligence. Power maps that distill complex issues in depth special reports and conference calls on the biggest stories stories and trends get global insight. You can bank. On subscribe to F P insider today at foreign policy dot com slash F P the.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Your film has has been criticized. By the current government yes after the nomination to the Oscars Boleslaw Naidoo said that our film was a fiction and then the reporters asked but have you seen it and he said no but it's crap and his secretary of culture also said that that the film should being the category of fiction and fantasy and the strange thing was that four days after that that same secretary of culture. Plagiarize Gobbles Hitler's Minister of propaganda in a speech and wh and in that speech Hitler's favorite opera is playing in the background. That Secretary of cultures five the next day after the embassy of Israel and Germany ask for his dismissal but it just reveals so much of the DNA a of the government put your. How else has your son been received outside of the government in Brazil how how people received it? It's been wonderful. I mean the. The film was the second most watched documentary on net flicks and two thousand and nineteen which really surpassed all our expectations speculations. And there's like one tweet every few minutes about the film and it has shaped a lot of the conversations and I they have had thousands of messages people say like I'm so sorry. I supported the impeachment and new film made me reflect on how wrong it was. or or how brainwashed I was people that say hadn't been speaking to my best friend for years and after seeing your film. We finally came back together feeling empathy for our different political visions so it has created dialogue between the two political sides that identify with the Division as an inside my own family and with the trauma as well that I exposed in the film political grief. The I tell the first person which I think so. Many Brazilians felt felt regardless of their political identifications. Better thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you that was documentary..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on First Person

First Person

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on First Person

"You say dreamt less and less what do you mean by that? For example one of the most significant ministers he had was fighting a silver. Who was one of the greatest leaders is that protected the Amazon but as soon as I had to make concessions with the Oligarch Party PM DB he had to give more and more rights to like? Big Farmers monoculture and also. He ended up opting for kind of more capitalist way of thinking being that we did not take sustainability so much into account did huge dams in the Amazon that most of the population was against or all activists were against danced. And he might enough. Hoover left the government and that happened in many sectors like the idealism kept losing for the pragmatic concessions and yet he leaves with as you said. Eighty seven percent approval rating and his successors is almost handpicked. Tell me about her. Yeah and I mean just explain that a little bit was that in many areas that happened but in others the really wonderful things continued to happen like for example More than twenty million people rose out of misery like forty million people entered the middle class. That was so unbelievable like hunger which killed three hundred children per day stopped being an issue because of the social programs Lula and his team were able to do they managed to approve affirmative action and today more than half of the students in public universities are block. I mean that was unheard of. There would be one to black students every university. Now there's more than half so ooh silent revolution also happened. That was really what we had dreamed for. And I think that's part of his eighty seven percent approval rate and Dilma. The his successor was his chief of staff. She was kind of his right hand in his government and he chose her because she was the strong woman woman and also had an amazing past she had been a guerilla fighter she had been in prison for two years brutally tortured but had never run on for office but even with that she won. And that's Dilma rousseff you're speaking of who becomes president after Lula when she's inaugurated rated to do you have a sense of optimism. Then I did. I mean I felt so move that someone with a past that was so similar to my mother's passed actually had reached the the presidency. It felt like a true change of times. Did you grow up hearing stories of torture and imprisonment. No you know in many of my parents friends went through that but they never speak about it. It's kind of the silent trauma that no one mentions and yet in your film you introduce your mother to Dilma Elma. I do when Doma was elected. My mother made a list of twenty things they had in common. They studied in the same school. They were born in in the same city that were imprisoned in the same prison and I really wanted for these two women to meet. I knew something would come out of that encounter and after years of already trying to interview Duma finally managing to interview Dilma. I then brought my mother to meet her and that was quite moving in that meeting almost says to my mother that she actually never wanted to be president. It was not her desire. It was something that Lula made happen but not really her choice. Why did she not want to? Because she's like the most efficient chief of staff like behind the curtains kind of actor good at managing but doesn't love the camera doesn't like to be filmed at all doesn't like back to do. Small talk doesn't like to please people and that is like ninety percent. I think of the president's job which she didn't like to do. When did you begin to sense that her approval rating was slipping in two thousand thirteen? So she's elected in two thousand ten takes office in two thousand eleven and for the first two years of her mandate she has like the highest approval rate than any other president present history and then in June two thousand thirteen these protests explode kind of out of nowhere a little bit against a rise of twenty cents and the bus fare in a few weeks these protests that had begun for progressive reasons actually are kind of hijacked by a new far far right that is born out of social media precisely during those weeks and the National Brazilian media also manages to portrayed for trade these protests as if they were against the government and in less than three weeks our approval rate goes from like seventy percent to thirty percent so she has a forty percent drop in her approval rate because of protests that weren't even against to begin with what were those protests. What did they feel? I can the streets. Did you feel them walk inch day. where the in each city were they particular cities they were all over the country? I mean most massively in some pollen real but it was our first protests protests that were organized and led by social media so suddenly they could happen at the same time in the entire country. I mean in the eighties would take much much longer. You know and everyone was for the first time putting their picture in the streets with a plaque written things and like it became this social media phenomenon but they were very chaotic. Like people were protesting all different types of things at the same time. They were protesting for no World World Cup for no Olympics for more health for more education against the media and because of that chaos it was easy for the far right to start to hijack the narrative and that's what they started to do in the beginning of two thousand and thirteen and continued doing until the election of Zonada because also the left had been in power for thirteen years. It was easy for the far right to show themselves as the real revolution. Dilma rousseff also angers the bankers. What happens then yes so you'd just before these protests Doma had done a move that is a hard moved of to do in Brazil we have one of the highest interest rates in the world? And that's how many of the people make money there and she reduced the interest rates and started to piss off the elite in a way that Lulu had never done. Lula was always quite managed to please. Both the working class and the elite and Doma starts to be more confrontational with the Brazilian elite and slowly that starts to lead into a revolt against her by that elite. The world is is changing in ways that affect your life and your business. Do you have the intelligence you need now. F is offering insider with the new F P the insiders subscription you'll get all of FP's content plus exclusive access to data driven intelligence. Power maps that distill complex issues as in-depth special reports and conference calls on the biggest stories and trends get global insight you can bank on subscribe to SP insider today at foreign policy. Dot Com slash.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"AM corbusier to those am Covari off found your lost Mohammed. In which of course reported as a fighter fistfight broke out like it was the worst both sizing I've seen in a while and also how your role as like how fatherhood has changed or not changed the way you experience politics and your own personal decisions breath especially in terms of the danger in living in Brazil. Well it's interesting. I think one of the things people don't realize about Boston are like when they constantly compare him to trump or to like before eight leaders of Western Europe like Marine Le Pen or Nigel Garage. Or those kind of people is. He's actually much different in a lot of different ways. He's really throwback to this this Cold War right wing authoritarian who's obsessed with murdering communists torturing them yeah but at torturing them and then murdering ordering them and he's also a religious fanatic and anti LGBT hatred is a central part of His political success. Because Brazil's a very religious country. It's the largest Catholic country in the world but it's much more fanatic. Call call in a religious sense because of the growing evangelical movement that has really taken over large swath of Brazilian politics and Bolsonaro Oros success in demagoguing. LGBT equality he you know basically convinced a large percentage of the population population that public schools are now geared toward teaching children about homosexuality in order to convert them so that that gay teachers can fuck their young children. which is you know like playing with the most dangerous primal fear that people have and one one of the reasons why the reporting that I did was so dangerous is because my husband in January of Twenty nineteen and kind of took center stage the only LGBT member of the Brazilian Congress in the history of the Congress had been elected? who was a dedicated? Any of the Bolsonaro family who had spit on them who had been threatened by them. fled the country out of fear of his own life and David because he ran for Congress and became the alternate autumn by law. Took that seat so it was like one. LGBT member of Congress fled lead the country in fear of his own life. Boston are that day posted. Great Day celebrating the fact that he fled and then David took his seat elevated us us as a gay couple into this like really bright spotlight at exactly the moment that Bolsonaro assumed the presidency and his spawns the sons. It's like the guy. Saddam Hussein sons like elevated themselves greatly in their own power like one got elected to the Senate the other one got the biggest vegas vote in the history of the Congress of the Bolsonaro family assumed great power and David and I became probably the most visible. LGBT couple even before the supporting began and then once we started publishing these leaked conversations so much of the attacks were anti gay in nature and and not just anti gay. But you know dragging our kids into the spotlight and it's interesting that you mentioned Lake my new experience of being a father. We adopted two young among boys in two thousand seventeen when Boston. Ro threatened to imprison me explicitly. He also in the same press conference claim that David and I had married fraudulently and adopted two Brazilian boys and he emphasized boys fraudulently in order for me to. Oh boy being deported because under deportation law. If you're married to a Brazilian citizen or you've adopted or the parent of two Brazilian children. You can't be deported. So we drag our family coming into it said our family was essentially a fraud. He called his. Yeah and then the right wing hose to attack me physically the reason then why. That was such a tense interview was because six weeks before I appeared on that right wing radio program. which by the way you you know I also do that? In Brazil. It's very popular right wing radio and Youtube TV program. I appear on their six weeks earlier. That pro bolsonaro journalists. LS Had gone on his own program and said that a judge should investigate whether David and I are properly caring for children essentially saying that. There's a possibility that our children should be taken away from us. Put back into the orphanage from which we adopted them and one of the reasons why I was so animated in so angry sitting next to him was because this paternal instincts that I honestly didn't know that I add kicked in and it was like I was sitting next to the person who was essentially calling for our children to be taken away from US and return turn to an orphanage and when I called him a coward for using our children that way and for refusing to say the same thing about his co workers or his bosses were both couples. Apple's you know the the people in the in the couple both work on whether they should have their children taken away out of Vino concerned that they're not properly caring for their children. The only said about us that's physically assaulted me and it wasn't just that he physically assaulted me but Boston. Our sons his girl. Benny members of his party went on twitter and celebrated the fact that I was slapped in the face. They said next time it should be done with the close fast or the violence should be worse. So there's a lot of political Michael Violence in the air in Brazil. It's a very dangerous political movement and there's no one that would dispute that the reporting did was by far the biggest threat to that government in two thousand nineteen and I became the public face of it along with David and the fact that we weren't openly aren't openly. LGBT couple with two children kind of a living embodiment Lahti Mint of the sort of the proof that their attempt to stigmatizing demonize what it means to live and lgbt life trying to convince LGBTQ to us that their futures are going to be filled with solitude in disease and unhappiness. We're kind of proof that that's why it just stimulated so much more hatred and made it more more primal and violent. I haven't left my house since June without armed guards in an armored vehicle nor his David we had to drastically enhance the security measures our own house. Our kids are very aware of that. It radically changed our lives in every conceivable way. But that's what what it means to do. Actual resistance against the fascist government. How do your kids have you ever have you heard them like describing you and David's roles and describing the political situation? Have you ever heard them doing that or do they talk about it with you like Do you have any sense of how they understand what's happening. Yeah I mean you know what's amazing. Kids who grow up without parents are did develop faculties and skills that I never had when I was their age because I relied on my mother and father to protect me into monitor the world for dangers in to teach me about what was going on kids. Did you grow up without parents have to develop. It's kind of like you know someone's blind they're hearing becomes enhance. Obviously it's a tragic thing for kids to grow up without parents errands but there is this kind of I. Don't WANNA call it a benefit but like a result they develop capacities that other kids. Don't have and so. Our kids are like incredibly sleep perceptive and they just fit so perfectly into our lives. They're very charismatic. They're very charming. They're very smart. Yeah they like they were a little weary of the some of the dogs at first but they even loved the dogs now so yeah. They like they're really proud of us. They like some kids in school. Have made you know food pejorative comments occasionally about us and they like almost got into fights over it and we talked to them about how you can like debate with words but not with fast. They're very aware yeah. They're very aware of all of that. One thing I wanted to ask you about you're going through something that very few journalists the United States ever have to experience the sort of immediate the least the ones who work entirely within the country. What do you think living overseas in that kind of environment has done in terms of your perspective perspective on reporting on the United States? Do you think it's enhanced it in a way or what. What do you think the experience of living abroad is done for you? Yeah I think it's been incredibly beneficial official from my work as a journalist like being you know having distance between New York and Washington and then me thousands of miles away for one thing. It means that I'm not constantly interacting with people who are immersed in elite political on journalistic culture. So I'm not constantly connected to it. We're all influenced by the people. We talked to the people who are around us and so kind of having this distance stints from it. I think has enabled me to have some greater independence. It also gives you a different perspective. I mean I remember after living in Brazil for two or three years I just woke up one day. I don't know why this insight came to me but I just realized it seems kind of been all but at the time. It seemed like an epiphany I realized there's never a moment in Brazilian political discourse and Brazil's a big country. It's the fifth most populous country on the planet. It has twenty million people people just a few less than the. US has it's comparable in geographical size to the US it has tons of oil reserves its geostrategic importance. It's the most influential fluential country on the continent and yet there's never a moment where there's any discussion of like which countries should we bomb like. Should we go to war with this country. Should we drop bombs on this country. Should we send and so when you kind of remove yourself from the US you start to realize that certain things that are just taken for granted chanted as normal in the US are actually incredibly abnormal. Really kind of rogue in the fat in the sense that almost nobody else does it. I think that also the way I built my journalism career starting my own blog and then always negotiating for the right to just not be edited. The fact that I have my own independent following that gives me kind of leverage in platform has just kind of contributed to my ability to be independent and not have to you know. Please season appease the people who will power in the world of journalism fantastic you paid in rubles by the way what. What's what's your favorite part of the Russian assets benefit package? I was going to ask you guys. Whether you're GonNa pay me the ruble's you promise me by wire transfer or how that works ask you guys know better than I definitely notice. Yeah yeah that was in Moscow. For How many years Matt that all that compromise was compiled about you. Yeah Yeah Yeah. No I'm I'm the I'm the Liaison Glenn thank you so much for coming on I think Katie and I both would agree. That what you're doing thing is both impactful. It's incredibly brave. Hope you're taking care of yourself and taking precautions. I've actually worried about a couple of times over the last year Keep keep it up but be safe. Yeah Yeah you guys are doing great work and I really appreciate your bunny inviting me on you. Tell your food in your foyer. Should tell your kids that you should be like you can t just instead of using your fists just call you can use your words and call people cody the cavity. Say Kobe. No It's good you you say like I say which is like a horrible Gringo accent right very good Good all right.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"AM corbusier to those am Covari off found your lost Mohammed. In which of course reported as a fighter fistfight broke out like it was the worst both sizing I've seen in a while and also how your role as like how fatherhood has changed or not changed the way you experience politics and your own personal decisions breath especially in terms of the danger in living in Brazil. Well it's interesting. I think one of the things people don't realize about Boston are like when they constantly compare him to trump or to like before eight leaders of Western Europe like Marine Le Pen or Nigel Garage. Or those kind of people is. He's actually much different in a lot of different ways. He's really throwback to this this Cold War right wing authoritarian who's obsessed with murdering communists torturing them yeah but at torturing them and then murdering ordering them and he's also a religious fanatic and anti LGBT hatred is a central part of His political success. Because Brazil's a very religious country. It's the largest Catholic country in the world but it's much more fanatic. Call call in a religious sense because of the growing evangelical movement that has really taken over large swath of Brazilian politics and Bolsonaro Oros success in demagoguing. LGBT equality he you know basically convinced a large percentage of the population population that public schools are now geared toward teaching children about homosexuality in order to convert them so that that gay teachers can fuck their young children. which is you know like playing with the most dangerous primal fear that people have and one one of the reasons why the reporting that I did was so dangerous is because my husband in January of Twenty nineteen and kind of took center stage the only LGBT member of the Brazilian Congress in the history of the Congress had been elected? who was a dedicated? Any of the Bolsonaro family who had spit on them who had been threatened by them. fled the country out of fear of his own life and David because he ran for Congress and became the alternate autumn by law. Took that seat so it was like one. LGBT member of Congress fled lead the country in fear of his own life. Boston are that day posted. Great Day celebrating the fact that he fled and then David took his seat elevated us us as a gay couple into this like really bright spotlight at exactly the moment that Bolsonaro assumed the presidency and his spawns the sons. It's like the guy. Saddam Hussein sons like elevated themselves greatly in their own power like one got elected to the Senate the other one got the biggest vegas vote in the history of the Congress of the Bolsonaro family assumed great power and David and I became probably the most visible. LGBT couple even before the supporting began and then once we started publishing these leaked conversations so much of the attacks were anti gay in nature and and not just anti gay. But you know dragging our kids into the spotlight and it's interesting that you mentioned Lake my new experience of being a father. We adopted two young among boys in two thousand seventeen when Boston. Ro threatened to imprison me explicitly. He also in the same press conference claim that David and I had married fraudulently and adopted two Brazilian boys and he emphasized boys fraudulently in order for me to. Oh boy being deported because under deportation law. If you're married to a Brazilian citizen or you've adopted or the parent of two Brazilian children. You can't be deported. So we drag our family coming into it said our family was essentially a fraud. He called his. Yeah and then the right wing hose to attack me physically the reason then why. That was such a tense interview was because six weeks before I appeared on that right wing radio program. which by the way you you know I also do that? In Brazil. It's very popular right wing radio and Youtube TV program. I appear on their six weeks earlier. That pro bolsonaro journalists. LS Had gone on his own program and said that a judge should investigate whether David and I are properly caring for children essentially saying that. There's a possibility that our children should be taken away from us. Put back into the orphanage from which we adopted them and one of the reasons why I was so animated in so angry sitting next to him was because this paternal instincts that I honestly didn't know that I add kicked in and it was like I was sitting next to the person who was essentially calling for our children to be taken away from US and return turn to an orphanage and when I called him a coward for using our children that way and for refusing to say the same thing about his co workers or his bosses were both couples. Apple's you know the the people in the in the couple both work on whether they should have their children taken away out of Vino concerned that they're not properly caring for their children. The only said about us that's physically assaulted me and it wasn't just that he physically assaulted me but Boston. Our sons his girl. Benny members of his party went on twitter and celebrated the fact that I was slapped in the face. They said next time it should be done with the close fast or the violence should be worse. So there's a lot of political Michael Violence in the air in Brazil. It's a very dangerous political movement and there's no one that would dispute that the reporting did was by far the biggest threat to that government in two thousand nineteen and I became the public face of it along with David and the fact that we weren't openly aren't openly. LGBT couple with two children kind of a living embodiment Lahti Mint of the sort of the proof that their attempt to stigmatizing demonize what it means to live and lgbt life trying to convince LGBTQ to us that their futures are going to be filled with solitude in disease and unhappiness. We're kind of proof that that's why it just stimulated so much more hatred and made it more more primal and violent. I haven't left my house since June without armed guards in an armored vehicle nor his David we had to drastically enhance the security measures our own house. Our kids are very aware of that. It radically changed our lives in every conceivable way. But that's what what it means to do. Actual resistance against the fascist government. How do your kids have you ever have you heard them like describing you and David's roles and describing the political situation? Have you ever heard them doing that or do they talk about it with you like Do you have any sense of how they understand what's happening. Yeah I mean you know what's amazing. Kids who grow up without parents are did develop faculties and skills that I never had when I was their age because I relied on my mother and father to protect me into monitor the world for dangers in to teach me about what was going on kids. Did you grow up without parents have to develop. It's kind of like you know someone's blind they're hearing becomes enhance. Obviously it's a tragic thing for kids to grow up without parents errands but there is this kind of I. Don't WANNA call it a benefit but like a result they develop capacities that other kids. Don't have and so. Our kids are like incredibly sleep perceptive and they just fit so perfectly into our lives. They're very charismatic. They're very charming. They're very smart. Yeah they like they were a little weary of the some of the dogs at first but they even loved the dogs now so yeah. They like they're really proud of us. They like some kids in school. Have made you know food pejorative comments occasionally about us and they like almost got into fights over it and we talked to them about how you can like debate with words but not with fast. They're very aware yeah. They're very aware of all of that. One thing I wanted to ask you about you're going through something that very few journalists the United States ever have to experience the sort of immediate the least the ones who work entirely within the country. What do you think living overseas in that kind of environment has done in terms of your perspective perspective on reporting on the United States? Do you think it's enhanced it in a way or what. What do you think the experience of living abroad is done for you? Yeah I think it's been incredibly beneficial official from my work as a journalist like being you know having distance between New York and Washington and then me thousands of miles away for one thing. It means that I'm not constantly interacting with people who are immersed in elite political on journalistic culture. So I'm not constantly connected to it. We're all influenced by the people. We talked to the people who are around us and so kind of having this distance stints from it. I think has enabled me to have some greater independence. It also gives you a different perspective. I mean I remember after living in Brazil for two or three years I just woke up one day. I don't know why this insight came to me but I just realized it seems kind of been all but at the time. It seemed like an epiphany I realized there's never a moment in Brazilian political discourse and Brazil's a big country. It's the fifth most populous country on the planet. It has twenty million people people just a few less than the. US has it's comparable in geographical size to the US it has tons of oil reserves its geostrategic importance. It's the most influential fluential country on the continent and yet there's never a moment where there's any discussion of like which countries should we bomb like. Should we go to war with this country. Should we drop bombs on this country. Should we send and so when you kind of remove yourself from the US you start to realize that certain things that are just taken for granted chanted as normal in the US are actually incredibly abnormal. Really kind of rogue in the fat in the sense that almost nobody else does it. I think that also the way I built my journalism career starting my own blog and then always negotiating for the right to just not be edited. The fact that I have my own independent following that gives me kind of leverage in platform has just kind of contributed to my ability to be independent and not have to you know. Please season appease the people who will power in the world of journalism fantastic you paid in rubles by the way what. What's what's your favorite part of the Russian assets benefit package? I was going to ask you guys. Whether you're GonNa pay me the ruble's you promise me by wire transfer or how that works ask you guys know better than I definitely notice. Yeah yeah that was in Moscow. For How many years Matt that all that compromise was compiled about you. Yeah Yeah Yeah. No I'm I'm the I'm the Liaison Glenn thank you so much for coming on I think Katie and I both would agree. That what you're doing thing is both impactful. It's incredibly brave. Hope you're taking care of yourself and taking precautions. I've actually worried about a couple of times over the last year Keep keep it up but be safe. Yeah Yeah you guys are doing great work and I really appreciate your bunny inviting me on you. Tell your food in your foyer. Should tell your kids that you should be like you can t just instead of using your fists just call you can use your words and call people cody the cavity. Say Kobe. No It's good you you say like I say which is like a horrible Gringo accent right very good Good all right.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Parade man yeah no idea west parade so naps todd chooses right chooses a stand once once every every three years he stands up for it's harmless to say stop the fires in the rainforests. Why would you say no. It's not super weird that he's coming up with excuses. This is not to care about a forest fire. It's a fucking writing articles about excuse <laughter> you sound like the chick-fil-a cows behind it so fucking hit piece on the amazon so further delight shellenberger by saying quote. There's no science behind. The amazon produces a lot of oxygen but it uses the same amount of oxygen through respiration asian so it's a wash is actually pretty harmful. You could have a lot of shopping balls. He's making the lungs metaphor deeper. Bring respiration into yeah yes so he's just does it doesn't matter everyone uses calm down. He fucking lives in new jersey guaranteed. I dunno shut the fuck up shellenberger like i said it was basically just fucking hit piece on the amazon. Everyone is just so oh proud they can confidently le- let those that are are concerned about not only the earth's lungs but perhaps maybe the medicines or the indigenous people or the animals that they need to just just get off their high horses and let this thing just play. It bowed out some michael but maybe it's not that important one so i go was going back at the end of the week and he just wanted to make himself feel better going to justify good job michael great article. Thank you for letting we shouldn't care that much. I'm going to write an article about this. Four people really care too much about this rent for everyone is shut shut up about the rainforest. It's ridiculous all right. Let's keep it in brazil french. President emmanuel macron is livid with brazilian in present higher bolsonaro not over the rainforests for an internet comment that bolsonaro made in response to a facebook meam posted on his page. The meme compared the brazilian first lady so mrs bolsonaro french first lady and claimed that mccrone the french president must be jealous jealous. You know basically saying that. The french first lady is not attractive compared to the brazilian. I just drew a straight line. There's no ashes no no ass here. I'm just i'm loving that. Another president of a country is responding to memes. I'm li- i'm lacking that makes me feel better right yeah. Laura brahmins here right bolsonaro on his facebook pages where the man was posted. He replied quote haha. Don't humiliate the guy damn. He's a little jealous. You didn't get invited to the g. Seven countryman taunt humiliate perhaps perhaps mccrone of course went ape shit and said that bolsonaro tomorrow's comments are embarrassing for everyone in the world essentially except for mr and mrs mccrone no the exact opposite. It's only embarrassing for mr and versus macron. That's what i thought too. Macron says quote quote. I think that brazilians a great people are a bit ashamed aimed this behavior no unquote yeah. I guess maybe some of them are ashamed. The behavior not sure macron is right on this one that they're they're all a shame that somebody said his wife who is sixty six is less attractive than another woman who is thirty seven did. Do you compare the picks. Well y'all yeah who's the winner bolsonaro. What do you think the winter you're thirty years younger and she's yeah fair race. Humiliate the guy a- afterwards who've been busted point hand particulars all right guy so <hes> back in july president trump signed an executive order to help cure this nation's kidney health problem increasing transplants and kidney care so.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So the Brazil's always had a core, maybe twenty twenty five percent of the population that has fascist tendencies back dating back to the nineteen the original fascist in thirds. There's always this group of people who support the polices rights to kill anyone. They want which is what Lewis captor Sergio morals trying to push through now a law that will allow police to shoot anyone if they feel scared, but what happened during the elections was the surge of illegal. What's up activity? You know the. Lumbar people who didn't weren't very political with really negative and slanderous messages, basically calling for that without a pedophile and things like that and Photoshop images. And so he never had that much of a mandate to begin with. Now he took office. He was support that you know about fifty five percent of the Brazilian publishes were rooting for to work for things to work out. So we had like a fifty five percent approval rate. That's not dropped twenty six percent in the first two two months in office. And the reason is because first of all, he's an idiot. He doesn't have any speaking skills. He refused to participate in any of the debates, except for the first one, which was humiliated in his so socially awkward that he insists on sitting down in time in the one debate he was in whether Wendell's was standing like use like completely socially awkward. Not very bright. There's growing scandals involving his kids. It's looking more and more like his son Flavio was somehow involved in the assassination of Molly Frankel Bolsonaro. Wife's uncle was just arrested for being a paramilitary militian Brasilia for being a leader. Now, the case of the connections that we don't know yet, the, you know, obviously, it's still being reported. But there are there's the assassination of Morelli Franko. Maybe you could remind people Miley Franko. She's a very important figure, obviously in a martyr figure, and then there's also this broader connection between the ball scenario government in the Bolsonaro family with these power military gangs that operate on a nexus with the Brazilian police, and so on. And let me just tack onto that also the very scary thing about the two is mirrors in some ways, Columbia, right, where a lot of the sort of dirty. We work of right wing governor. And the police state is outsourced to paramilitaries and drug gangs that are affiliated with them. And it seems to be that there's a kind of similar model in Bolsonaro Brazil. Well, that's kind of like what is looking like reliving the malicious. Normally like for the militias are recent thing you know, they started in the two thousands and today, most of them you've had like death squads. You have a long history of death squads Brazil, which are very similar to malicious, the difference between the in death squads the militias have, like they don't just kill people. They actually control territory in setup extortion rackets squeeze local business owners out of money and make all the people living in that neighborhood by cooking gas from them by the pirate cable TV service, and in return for that protect that neighborhood against crime. You know, that's how they started out. So they're a little bit different than death squads, which historically have been like committed assassinations for politicians and things like that. But, but it's basically been a real Genero thing. But now it looks like it's spreading because Michelle Bolsonaro Song-Chol was in, they just uncovered operated in Brasilia. So this does. Look like spreading across Brazil a little bit. Not that much yet because a lot of the drug, gangs still have a really firm grip on things. But basically there, there we're going there, we're gonna crime groups made up of police officers normally military, sometimes firemen, and it's either like x cops or current cups working on the days off, and the, you know, extremely right wing, they're, they're living legacy of the fascist neo-fascist military dictatorship, ideologically, like if you're if you live in a neighborhood where the militia controls it's right. They beat teenagers off for their hair. You know, they shoot people for smoking, marijuana and stuff like that. They're super reactionary and right wing. What both hours Ethel's is like he stands for all of their values..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Yeah. I mean, you find people who think that both in our can be contained and they point to Trump. They say, look, I mean, you had this guy who, you know, elites were scared of and who people warned about being a fascist and antidemocratic, and these people say look things haven't turned out so badly in the United States. I don't personally believe that most Brazilians share his views on on LGBT people. For example. I mean Brazil in many respects remains a quite progressive place. But I do think that he captured people's anger with their politicians. And again, the feeling that they have been neglected and sold out by their politicians. Brazil has some of the highest taxes in all of Latin America, it's an incredibly high tax load and people get very little in return. Is a country where many people are most people if they could pay for private schools and drive on private roads. And there's just this enormous frustration with the political class that the promises that they made during the two thousands. When things seem to be going really well for Brazil have now fallen short. Yeah. I was there in Brazil a couple of weeks ago during the week when his support boomed in the course of one week it went from about twenty eight percent of voters to the forty six percent that he won in the first round on October seventh and that really happened in the course of about seven to ten days, and you could feel it being in Sao Paulo and Rio you could feel people deciding that he was the one not only because they decided that they'd had enough with the political class in Brasilia. But also because they thought that he was the strongest figure to get rid of the. Workers party. And and diffuse the quote unquote threat of them coming back into power. What am I religious voters evangelical Catholics? Another critical part of the Bolsonaro story is the rise of evangelical 's this Brazil generation ago was overwhelmingly Catholic and now if I'm not mistaken about a third of the country is evangelical and they have wholeheartedly embraced Bolsonaro really since the beginning. Even though it's it's worth noting both narrow himself is Catholic. But for them they see values that they can get behind. They see his, you know, the fact that he talks about God, the fact that he wants to support Israel. They see all of these things is signs of a kindred spirit. And so they've been one of the most enthusiastic demographics in terms of their support. If he wins on October twenty eighth how will it change Brazil? What will happen right away? My personal belief is that if both in our is elected with a strong mandate, which all the polls indicate he will be the he will have tremendous power to mold the country in his image. He'll have a a fairly conservative congress hill. Also. And this was a surprise for a lot of us his block of supporters in congress will also be quite strong. And so, you know, I think that on the security side he will order the armed forces and the police to go out and basically bust some heads. There are people comparing what he plans to do with what regret deteriora- has done in the Philippines. It's worth noting that Brazil is already a country where the police kill more than five thousand people every year. It's I think completely probable that. That number will increase at least in the short term under. Bolsonaro precisely because of what he has said he wants police to be able to do we've already seen an increase in killings and violence involving various minority groups in Brazil, political violence, also, and it's reasonable to think that that will increase in the short term. But again, the poll show, this is what most Brazilians want on the economy both in our has said that he will pass a pension reform, which virtually every economist agrees is necessary in order to rebalance the country's books, which are severely out of whack at the moment..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Experts from around the world and some Oppenheimer funds. Most successful insiders to discuss the trends. There are shaping the global economy because globalization is making our world smaller and more connected than ever before a typical American consumer can use electronic from Asia where clothing made in Europe entering Colombian coffee, and yet many Americans only invest in companies based in the United States. There's a world filled with opportunity. That's what mega trends is about. Subscribe to. Mega-trends wherever you find your podcasts. It's interesting that there hasn't been or at least it doesn't seem to be a sort of lapenne effect by which you mean, a rallying by disparate parts of the left and centre against him, unless I'm wrong has there been a movement to say, this doesn't represent the democratic trajectory Brazil has been on since the dictatorship or does Brazil, not you know, coalesce in that way. There has been an attempt to put together a so-called democratic coalition of moderates in order to oppose Bolsonaro and the runoff, but it hasn't gone anywhere. And there's two reasons one is that the candidate who made it into the runoff against Bolsonaro Fernando dodgy of the Workers Party has his own baggage. And it's not even really his baggage. It's the party's baggage. This is the leftist party that governed Brazil from twenty three to twenty sixteen and has it's sort of his. Soreq leader, Louis, nausea, Lula da Silva in jail right now on corruption charges. It is a party that generally stuck to the rules of institutional democracy during its time in power, but also lead the country into its biggest recession ever, and you know, has some question marks when it comes to its own commitment to democracy. One. Specific example, is that Haddad has talked about the idea of seeking a re balancing of the three branches of government, if he's elected and most people interpret that as a sign or gesture that they would kind of go after the judicial sector if he gets elected believing that they've accumulated too much power. And that's why Lula's in jail. And so, you know, some of the people who might otherwise join a Democratic Front look askance at the Workers Party and had died and ask themselves are they really committed to democracy. The second problem that had died. And the pro-democracy crowd has had in Brazil is that democracy itself has sadly gained a bad name. The Pew Research Center does an annual poll where they asked people how they feel about institutional Representative democracy, and in the latest poll just eight percent of Brazilian said they thought it was very good that was the lowest of all thirty eight countries surveyed, and you know, again, unfortunately, democracy for many Brazilians as become a synonym of chaos of leniency for criminals, and again, that's why both in our owes outsider status has been so appealing to so many people because resilience kind of collectively threw up their hands and said everything that is there and resilient is rotten. And we need somebody new for a longtime during the campaign really until these last few weeks Bolsonaro support was very concentrated in the most educated most fluent members of. Brazilian society who tended to be the Munns who worry the most about crime. And who were the most offended by the corruption scandals of recent years, but over these last two months or so his support both in our support has expanded beyond that original bass and has grown to included a vast constellation of people in Brazil who are both worried about their own personal security, and also and this is critical oppose the return of the Workers Party, the leftist party that governed Brazil for thirteen years. I mean, what you find is is an, you know, you saw this in the US election to, but but people who are holding their nose and voting for both in our despite his rhetoric despite some of his more extreme positions because he represents in their mind, the lesser of two evils. They would rather roll the dice with somebody like Bolsonaro than face a return to the policies that that. Ended in the economic collapse and one of the biggest corruption scandals ever detected anywhere, even despite his rhetoric..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"And I've also observed him quite a lot over these last two years as it became clear that he was adopting some of Donald Trump's tactics in a country, where of course, the problems have been much worse than they ever were in the United States. And so the message of drain the swamp basically had tons of appeal one thing I'll say about gyro Bolsonaro is that he knows how to read a room, which is to say that he is capable of modulating his message, depending on whether he's speaking to a rally of true believers or whether he's speaking in a debate or whether he's speaking to a group of business leaders as he did here in New York, and one example of this was when he was asked about one of his stronger, more offensive comments. He his statement that he wouldn't you know, he fellow legislator didn't deserve to be raped by him. He showed some contrition. The kind of looked down. And he said, I sometimes lose my way with words. And and I'm sorry. This was misleading because at the same time Bolsonaro has spent the last several years in front of other audiences bragging about that comment, and repeating it. But it shows you that he's clever in a way. I mean, I do believe he's he's actually quite smart an ocean that many in the Brazilian elite would laugh at, but he you know, he's gotten to this point with no real funding to speak of no corporate support. No party. Really? It's then his ability to kind of read the moment and say things that will appeal to different constituencies in Brazil that has put him on the cusp of the presidency. What's it like to be edibles in our rally violent or people aggressive are they chanting? What happens the tone of the Bolsonaro rallies has generally been patriotic? Confrontational and anti establishment. But inclusive. They're happy. And in some ways, that's reflective of Brazil. Right. I mean, Brazilian rallies almost always have kind of a party feel to them. But it's also, you know, perhaps Bolsonaro rallies more than most. And he's been able to kind of enshrouded himself in the colors of the Brazilian flag. And bring a message of change and optimism at a really miserable time in the country's history. At a time when wages have been falling and unemployment is upwards of thirteen percent and people feel like they've been waiting forever now for an economic recovery, and it just hasn't materialized, and what he's been able to do is convince people that there are easy solutions to these problems. Hey will fix the economy by putting all these politicians in jail. Hey will fix crime by letting all of you law-abiding citizens have a gun and again, the wisdom of these policies. Can be deeply questioned. But at least for the moment, the Brazilian body, politic appears to have bought into a lot of these ideas. He's often called the Brazilian Trump. Is that fair is not a good comparison. I think it is fair in a lot of ways because he has tapped into that same anti establishment vibe. He has also appealed to nostalgia. Just as Donald Trump's make America. Great again slogan. Appeals to a certain kind of nostalgia for the nineteen fifties in the United States both in our has openly touted this military dictatorship as a golden era in Brazilian history. As a matter of fact, he is even this is classic case of gas lighting. He has shed doubt on whether it was even a dictatorship at all. Maybe in his says it was legitimately elected. And you know, the nostalgia for that period stems from the belief held by some Brazilians that it was a tie. Time when politicians were less corrupt and when crime was a lot lower. Do you think his primary appeal and his crime or corruption or combination of the two Bolsonaro primary? Appeal is his message of law and order, and he has cleverly pared rhetoric against both corruption and street crime under that umbrella, and he has credibly I might add touted himself as one of the cleanest politicians and Brazil, and as an aside here. It is generally agreed is record is quite clean. When you consider that most other national politicians have been implicated in one scandal or another in recent years, both in our can credibly claim to being relatively untainted by that he has convinced people that he'd be a champion of clean government as well. Things are changing across the globe. Shifting demographics new economic policies. Exponential innovation and a good investor knows. This means big opportunities. Beyond our borders. Mega-trends explores explains those opportunities hosted by author and hedge fund specialist my knee, mega trends brings together..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Carlos covers extremism for reveal from the center for investigative reporting. He's base in Brazil where there is another big story today the election of far right candidate Geijer Bolsonaro as president more on that later. I I will how the Pittsburgh synagogue attack fits in with his reporting on extremism in America. Obviously, it's a particularly violent episode. I mean, we do see antisemitism really ramping up over the last couple of. Years really following the election of President Donald Trump, you see all flameouts of anti semitism on social media on on right wing, social media. But also mainstream social media like Facebook and Twitter. And so, you know, it's not particularly surprising. I mean, this isn't the first guy to walk into a synagogue old a Jewish center and start shooting people in sadly, I don't think that he'll be the lost. But the scale of this attack was worse than anything we've seen at least in recent is I know it can be difficult to connect violence to political rhetoric but looking at events like the mail bombs last week in the synagogue shooting to what extent can you make that link because we gotta remember Dylann roof went into a Charleston, South Carolina church and killed people there before the election of Trump. Yeah, I don't find it difficult to make that link at all. I mean, you've got President Donald Trump re tweeting and spreading completely false anti semitic theories about George Soros, the on Garin Jewish multi-billion. Saying that he's funding everything from the caravan of migrants who's making their way to the sudden bull the two protesters and that trickles down that trickles down. We see for example, that Pittsburgh through to on his gab social meteoric count in the days leading up to the shooting was posting about George Soros, Trump mega fan sent to pipe bomb allegedly to George Soros is home. So I think there are clear connections. And I think the media just needs to stop don't sing around this subject and just lay it out. Very clearly the president is spreading militias rumors, and that's trickling down to his fan base and people are going out and killing people. It's as simple as that. So you mentioned the social media side gab, and we've heard a lot about it since the shooting in Pittsburgh, tell us more about gab. What do you know that basically an old right Twitter? I mean, that's the way to think about them. Now, they're stick is that they're all about free speech in the reality is the collection of Neo Nazis. Racists. Antisemites people who like to get on and spread mostly fake nonsense about Jews about people of color. And I mean, I think most people would be absolutely a polled by most of the content on there. I mean, they've been shut down but want the people who go to gab won't. They just go somewhere else to find a like minded community. Yeah. This is a tricky debate has been going on for some time. Now, you know to what extent is it? If a catious too deep platform, these guys to shutdown that places of congregation, but I mean, I kind of think that that misses the point. I mean, all timidly the people who host gab their private company run by individuals like you and me, and if they don't want to host people who are spreading hateful stuff than that. Steph perogative, these guys are not being sensitive. It's not as if a government body or entity is coming in and saying, hey, you guys can't spread your message. They'll find someone else to host them. I think we just have to acknowledge that every time a Republican congressman re tweet. It's a conspiracy theory of they make these people feel as if that legitimate is if what they're saying is true. And that something that five years ago didn't really exist. You know, these people lived on the fringes, and we're treated as out costs and today that being legitimised by mainstream politicians, and in some cases by the president himself will let's turn to Brazil. Now. I mean,.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Welcome to tonight's monocle daily with me Andrew Muller on Sunday. Brazilians will go to the polls to make their final decision about who will become the next president the first round of voting earlier this month reduced the field to to far right fire-breathing. Zsa Bolsonaro of the misleadingly named Social Liberal Party who has not objected strenuously to any of the many comparisons made between him and Donald Trump and Fernando her dodge hitting the ticket of the Workers Party whose preferred candidate was rented unavailable by a prison sentence. I'm joined with more on this by Lucinda Elliott Monaco's Latin America affairs, correspondent listen to. What was the latest polling that we saw is is Bolsonaro election looking fairly inevitable. Well, both Nour's lead. And he's been leading throughout the two rounds has actually decreased by six percentage points since mid October two fifty six percent, but he still has a significant twelve points. Eva his left-wing rival say that almost looks like a crease victory now where we're only really a day way. Well, we'll get to that shortly. But I think before we talk about where we are. We should reflect somewhat on on how we got here. Remind us if he would have just how strange this campaign has been well, I we had the longtime front runner in the two times former president of Brazil Lula he was disqualified from the race just days before the deadline for candidates to present themselves in August. And he's serving a twelve year presence in prison sentence for money laundering, and he was deemed ineligible to run. And at the time. He was polling thirty percent of votes, which was a significant majority his party then had to scramble to find a replacement who boss Nari will now face as you mentioned in the second round. Then Boston are himself. He was polling. At the time behind Lula was stabbed to death at a raucous campaign rally in September when campaigning sort of really kicked off and that left him hospitalized for three weeks and unable to take to the streets in traditional campaign rallies or repair in televised debates, which is a first Brazil. And then as recently as last weekend, we had a fake news spot where both scenarios campaign was accused of creating a criminal network to spread fake news about his work party rival the electoral call, however said that the volume false information wasn't alarming, and it's mostly on an interpersonal level that it wouldn't be worrisome. And then even today we had Steve Bannon he goes involved. So it's been quite a race. Indeed. It has how on earth was Steve Bannon able to insert himself into this. What has his contribution bean earlier this year picture circulated actually posted by Bolsonaro son, Eduardo of meeting van in the US Bolsonaro later denied that he knew. Thing about the meeting and then today. Yes, bounden he was in charge of the Trump campaign. So that he was a just a supporter of scenario. He said, I'm here happily endorsing captain Bolsonaro. He I think it was he told BBC Brazil, but he denied any official role in the campaign. He can indeed picked them as you correctly reminded us. There was that because well of the many bizarre incidents in this election. Probably the weirdest one walls, the attempted murder object Bolsonaro that was no small incident. He was extremely seriously injured he was in hospital as you also pointed out for a long time since he returned campaign. What have we been able to tell for sure about his state of health? Well, it doesn't seem as well as he doesn't seem as well as one might hope that this stage. He hasn't really appeared publicly. He hasn't taken part in any televised debate. Some people are saying that that's part of a sort of a campaign strategy, but Brazil actually has a history of vice presidents assuming office current president. Tim is a case in point. Who took over when Dilma Rousseff was impeach. We've also had numerous cases of candidates than becoming extreme beyond. Well, so he is still complaining from his home in Rio, and there are conflicting accounts of when his next major operation will take place some say is the end of November others the same January..

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on KCRW

"Centuries ago by Africans who escaped slavery these days. Bolsonaro says he sees all Brazilian says he didn't kill him Bolas people. Haven't forgotten his past racist remarks about them says Talia is who lives in one falcon cycles. People say he's very prejudiced and that he doesn't like blacks. So we feel really offend. Ended. Local officials say Bolsonaro lived in Eldorado from the age of five to eighteen. His father was the town dentist will tomorrow. Pedroso vice principal of a local school says he and Bolsonaro hung out his kids swimming in the rivers playing soccer and hunting birds. His mom was a washerwoman in the Bolsonaro household. He says but throws whose politically on the left and dreads Bolsonaro becoming president of this point. Nope. The president should unite people not divide them like both scenario. Oh. Night is creeping across the rainforest in a house on El Dorados big town squad, the mayor and his deputy guests at an award ceremony for locals who've completed fashion and bakery causes these two officials belong to a centrist political party yet. They say they don't see Bolsonaro from the far right as a threat key. Silly boob Rica if NATO becomes president. I'm sure he'll look kindly on. The town says vice Madina show. But what about the Atlantic rainforest all around? The forest is El Dorados greatest treasure says man voucher and the lungs of the region, yet, the town's broke it needs income and jobs. He says so it should profit from the forest allowing in what he calls nonpolluting industries and protected you can do both says, Jim you're going ask. And I believe Shaya Bolsonaro knows that he says. Is for data the Eldorado ecotourism.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. On Sunday Brazilians elect a new president Joe year Bolsonaro is expected to win easily. He's a retired army captain and congressman from the far right environmentalists see his policies as a threat to the Amazon Bolsonaro grew up in a rainforest in a community. That has now deeply divided about his rise to power and prayers. Philip briefs has more. This is the small country town in southeast. Brazil Bolsonaro spent his childhood midday drinkers in a bar near the town square. Remember him, well, including Francisco shiong, a civil servant is fifty eight. Always said one day. I'll be president says Yanni Janis drinking beer with his brother Luis Antonio who says he used to go fishing with Bolsonaro feed. He's a son of this town says Luiz Antonio Janni an ultra conservative who stands up for family and religion and fights corruption. Local officials say about sixty percent of this community supports spoil scenario. Lewis. Antonio's proud the Bolsonaro grew up here. This place is called Eldorado. It's not as glamorous as the name suggests this is a shabby town of fifteen thousand people it makes a living growing bananas and from tourists who come to see nearby caves and waterfalls for the riches here. Just a few minutes drive away. They say in the town that they live in the middle of the Atlantic rainforest and telling the truth because here we are surrounded by forest, the Atlantic rainforest once stretched along much of Brazil's huge coastline before the country was colonized and began building cities. Most of the forests destroyed, but chunks remain the chunk in this area. Covers nearly twenty times land the Manhattan the forest is one of the richest in the world and biodiversity it has tens of thousands of species. Many threatened lettuce. Roberto is an environmental activist and eco tourist guide acute food is was the microphone. We have everything here plants animals, insects microphone, everything the forest around. Here is under government protection, yet Bolsonaro Tokes of loosening Brazil's environmental licensing laws because he thinks they suffocate the economy Brazil's powerful Agri business lobby hungry for new land for farming. And mining is behind him says Roberto in the forest around Eldorado there about a dozen Keelan Bolas these are small impoverished afro Brazilian communities often established.

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"bolsonaro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"bolsonaro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In negotiations been candidate United States deal is going to be reject. But ultimately, the broader deal in North America is going to be kept in place. It's having an impact on quite a few trades in the Asian equity session. Currently Chinese markets are off lying because of the holidays. You've got the decade up six tenths of one percent leaving gains, but Australia weaker here down seven tenths of one percent. The picture and the Ford exchange space, Bloomberg dollar index is not impressed the -sarily flat as it stands. Some of the other key calls Mexican peso gaining quite a bit off the back of the latest developments up six tenths of what became median dollar as well at one spot twenty eight forty four. Just a quick look here at cable and the euro dollar as well. Bit of moving to the Japanese yen dollar yen one hundred thirteen spot ninety commodity space. We're seeing Brent crude continuing to build on gains from last week. We had Saudis and the Americans talk on the phone on Saturday. That's helping back trade out half of one percents precious metals are under pressure, and then you're looking at US equity futures that are called very clearly higher US ten year currently at three point seven interesting. What the hedge funds were doing on this particular play every extended their parish Stansell treasuries to a fresh record. That's your Bloomberg business flash. For the moment. Leeann Garrod's see what else is going on around the world. Thank you so much of southern and western Japan is clearing up from telephone chummy East Japan rail suspended altering services in Tokyo for the first time, although they were expected to resume this morning. Also, the metro line will also shut down and can say international airport close to runways in North Korea. The number of defectors to South Korea has fallen since Kim Jong UN came to power seven years ago. According to South Korean lawmaker, according to data from South Korea's unification ministry. They had been one thousand one hundred and twenty seven defections last year compared with two thousand seven hundred and six in two thousand and eleven and in Brazil, tens of thousands of women have taken to the streets demonstrating against the election front-runner Cheyenne Bolsonaro Bolsonaro starved as a rally earlier this month, and is currently leading in the polls ahead of the first round of elections on the seventh of October is a hugely controversial figure and has sparked outrage with homophobic and misogynistic comments global news twenty four hours a day on the talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg markets. Thanks very much. Indeed Lee are now Canada has agreed post NAFTA deal to keep the accord under three and the three way block with the US and Mexico negotiators worked throughout the weekend. And have reached what prime minister Justin Trudeau says is a good deal..

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