Bolshevism in Brazil

Anyone paying attention to South America is alarmed, though not surprised, at the rapid rise of Bolshevism. Venezuela isn’t the only Latin American nation to be consumed by communists and turned into a wasteland. A communist was recently elected to the presidency in Chile, though, fortunately, the people had enough sense to vote down his attempt to rewrite their constitution. In Mexico, a literal Marxist holds the reins of power. In Colombia, a radical leftist was elected earlier this year. Argentina is likewise radically socialist. And on the communist encroachments in the Americas go. 

Brazil is world Bolshevism’s most recent target. In what was an even more blatantly fraudulent election than the 2020 U.S. election swindle, President Jair Bolsonaro, the “Trump of the Tropics,” allegedly lost to the radical convicted felon and communist front man Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Lula, as he is known, had little popular support, just like bumbling Biden had no popular support. Bolsonaro, like Trump, drew massive patriotic crowds and had an energized base of supporters across the spectrum. In 2020, Trump-endorsed candidates won handily in most parts of the United States. In Brazil this November, Bolsonaro-allied politicians nearly swept the board. Yet, despite all this, like Trump in 2020, Bolsonaro supposedly lost the presidency by a razor-thin margin with statistically impossible ballot drops coming in at the last moment to sweep the Establishment’s Marxist candidate into office. 

There is a difference between how America and Brazil have handled this election theft, however. In the United States, we took it sitting down. We did nothing! We waved a few flags, wrote some angry internet posts, filed a few lawsuits in rigged courts, and gathered for a few hours in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021. That’s it. 

The largest population of armed, Freedom-first patriots in the world, who are descended from the Sons of Liberty and stalwarts like George Washington and Patrick Henry, did nothing! We who have the biggest bounty of Liberty in the world, the greatest heritage of Freedom of any nation, and the most inspired and enduring Constitution mankind has ever produced, sat by as our sovereignty, election, and voice, were brazenly stolen by an international cabal of rabid communist jackals. 

The fact that we have done nothing, and that we have allowed election theft to continue in 2022, was and is an embarrassment and a scorching indictment of how weak and immoral we’ve become. Personally, I was disappointed on January 6, 2021, when I learned that the initial media reports of an insurrection at the Capitol were false. The time for 1776 2.0 arrived long ago and I believe that Lexington and Concord 2.0 is around the corner. If not, then America has no future. If we refuse to fight, we deserve our chains and collectivist thralldom. 

This is where Brazil is different. Brazil has a history of being attacked by communist forces and fighting back. These attempts at saving Brazil from an alien threat have often been tumultuous and authoritarian, yet they show a strain of Brazilian patriotism and willingness to act that is relevant to the current situation. 

Several moments in Brazilian history are illustrative. In November of 1935, for instance, communist military infiltrators staged an uprising. Backed by the Soviet Union via the Comintern, these traitors attempted to seize control of the Brazilian state. Luís Carlos Prestes, seen by some as Brazil’s Lenin, headed up the communist movements there. He had previously been in the military and led troops to radicalize the nation. He failed and was driven into exile. 

In exile, he moved to the Soviet Union. In 1935, he returned to Brazil as the head of the Brazilian Communist Party. He immediately enlisted certain military leaders in his plot to seize the Brazilian state and brought together the National Liberation Alliance (ANL) for the purpose. Eighteen years to the month after Lenin launched his revolution that led to the Satanic Soviet Union, Prestes initiated his own coup d’état. 

The attempted overthrow of the Brazilian state by communists was crushed by the military and resulted in an even stronger military regime consolidated under President Getulio Vargas. Unsurprisingly, Vargas was accused of being a fascist. Anyone, and any nation, who goes up against the communist conspiracy is shrilly accused of being “fascist,” “Nazi,” “anti-Semitic,” “extremist,” “right-wing,” etc. 

When you read Soviet communications, it becomes evident they feared the so-called “fascists” more than they feared capitalists. For instance, Stalin laughed at France and talked about how easy it would be to take over the country, but he was gravely worried about Hitler’s Germany which was the most heated anti-communist nation that has ever existed. Capitalists are often seen as the opposites of communists, but I submit that so-called “fascists” have traditionally been greater enemies to communism than the capitalists which deliberately built up the Soviet Union and Red China through aid and extension of diplomatic ties. 

Simply read Antony Sutton’s books The Best Enemy Money Can Buy, National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union, and Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution to become satisfied on this point. Throw in Gary Allen’s None Dare Call It Conspiracy for good measure. The reality is that capitalism is communism and that the biggest supporters of communism throughout the globe have been simultaneously the biggest capitalists – the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Carnegie, J.P. Morgan, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of London, and many more  

It was not the vaunted “capitalist” nations that created the Anti-Comintern Pact. That was Hitler’s Germany, Hirohito’s Japan, and Mussolini’s Italy. Shouldn’t it make you question the Establishment’s baseless historical narrative about WWII to know that the three nations most demonized are the three nations that stood up and formally fought communism? People with intellectual honesty discard that bogus distortion of history and know better. 

For a time, under Vargas, Brazil stood with Germany and Italy. Germany was Brazil’s biggest European trading partner. Both states opposed communism and had experience dealing with communist insurrections. Germany regarded Vargas’ government highly and expressed its view that Brazil had the most promising future of all Latin American states. There was even a relatively vibrant Germanic population in Brazil which supported the Reich. 

Vargas was a nationalist, though, who also had to deal with U.S. influence. He walked a fine line and played both sides. Under pressure from international elements, Vargas eventually cracked down on the German people in Brazil and banned the swastika. During the early parts of the war, Brazil followed a path of neutrality. That is, until the United States stopped being neutral. 

In truth, from day one, FDR intervened in European affairs. He supported Great Britain with raw materials and weapons – much like the United States is doing in Ukraine today. In supporting a combatant which was a war, the United States violated its neutrality status and, in reality, joined Britain’s side in the war against Germany. FDR used dirty tricks to tempt Germany’s U-Boats to attack them as a pretext to get us to war. Hitler didn’t take the bait. FDR also sent billions of dollars of supplies, tanks, and war materials, to the Soviet Union when Germany preemptively struck them to avert Stalin’s impending invasion. 

However, the world situation changed on December 7, 1941, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. FDR is as much to blame for this strike as any Japanese leader. He wanted it to happen. He adopted a secret eight-point plan to make it happen. He strangled Japan economically. He froze Japan’s assets. Without Japan having done anything to the United States, FDR put Japan in a position of total economic collapse. 

With its back against the wall, Japan felt the only thing it could do was retaliate and use the chaos of war to seize the raw materials it needed to survive. FDR, knowing of Japan’s intentions to attack Peral Harbor because our intelligence community had broken Japan’s civil and military codes, allowed the deadly event in order to get us into war with not only Japan, but, more importantly, Germany. 

Because of its treaties with Japan, Germany declared war on the United States – precisely as FDR desired. From that moment on, any nation sending materials to the United States left neutral ground and became a target. Enter Brazil. After several Brazilian ships had been attacked, and FDR declined to give Vargas the naval escorts he asked for, Brazil declared war on Germany in August 1942. 

Despite turning against a power that could’ve been a true ally against the forces of international conspiracy and destruction, Vargas made a deal with the Devil. In 1945, he was forced out of office through another military coup. According to a paper I read, he later said he was a “victim of agents of international finance.” Specifically, the Rockefellers were heavily involved capturing parts of the Brazilian economy under Vargas’ rule. This international clique of gangsters is precisely what Hitler had warned about and why he was targeted for destruction by the most bloodthirsty agents of international finance – the communists. Vargas suffered a similar fate. 

On March 31, 1964, influenced by CIA scheming, U.S. military backing, and approval first by President Kennedy and eventually by President Johnson, another coup overthrew the leftist President João Goulart. In 1962, Robert Kennedy met with Goulart and expressed concern that Brazil was being taken over by hardline communist infiltrators. Mainstream “historians” today call the 1950s in Latin America a period of “democratization.” “Democratization” is a codeword for something more sinister. In The Communist Manifesto, Marx said that the first step to installing communism is to democratize a nation. The military coup of 1964, in its final equation, was conducted, with American support, to stamp out communism in Brazil. 

The military takeover was not intended to last forever, yet it lasted for 21 years because communists counterattacked with guerilla groups and domestic terrorism. This was a major Soviet strategy in the 1960s and 70s. The Marxist terrorists kidnapped diplomats and politicians, including Burke Elbrick, the U.S. ambassador. They waged war against the government. They failed, however, as the Brazilian military fought fire with fire. 

It is worth noting that at this time, the Cold War, the communists tried everything they could to seize South and Central America. They were highly successful, though certain nations fought back. In Chile, for instance, General Augusto Pinochet took power with the military in 1973. Why? To fight communist infiltration and subversion. 

Just like the Brazilian coup is criticized, so, too, is Pinochet criticized. The Establishment press paints them as “fascists,” “Nazis,” and “right-wing oppressors,” yet, like Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, and others throughout the world, they did what they did as a last desperate measure to save their nations from Bolshevist bondage. If/when American patriots finally take up arms and fight back, it will be in retaliation to the long-term communist attempt to subvert and seize control of the United States. 

Back to Brazil. At the end of this round of twenty-one years of fighting, newly-founded Brasilia was made into the capital city and a transition from military to civilian authority took place. In 1988, Brazil adopted a new constitution. More on the constitution later. 

In 2002, a certain radical Marxist by the name of Lula was elected to the presidency along with his “Workers’ Party” (PT). Lula is a massive internationalist who ushered Brazil into BRICS – the anti-West alliance of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. He simultaneously supports the United Nations, World Economic Forum, and essentially every other duplicitous world body. 

At the end of his tenure, Lula was thrown into prison for embezzlement and corruption, where he should still be today. He was sentenced for 12 years, which began in 2018. Yet, after less than two years, Lula was busted out of prison by the massively leftist Brazilian Supreme Court. Justice Edson Fachin later annulled the former decisions, allowing Lula to run for president yet again. 

It reminds me of how convicted communist terrorist Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for his crimes, yet later released after his communist allies agreed to put him on the throne in South Africa as their front man. Mandela was an occultist and convicted terrorist who belonged to the Executive Committee of South Africa’s Communist Party. Lula is a convicted criminal whose biggest allies are admitted communists. Brazil, remember the hellhole that South Africa became when Mandela took control. Don’t let it happen to your country. 

Throughout the years, and more recently in 2022 during the election campaigns, Lula has received public support from some of the most radical groups on the planet. These include the Chinese Communist Party, the Russian Communist Party, the Brazilian Communist Party and Communist Party of Brazil, Venezuela’s Maduro, and other overtly Marxist organs and activists. 

Lula and his comrade Putin

In 2018, when Lula was thrown in the slammer, the Communist Party of Russia sent a message to Brazil, published by Lula’s Workers’ Party, a portion of which I translated roughly from Portuguese: 

“It is obvious to us that all charges against the Lula are prepared by the right forces with assistance of the USA. Reactionary forces don’t want to allow Lula’s elections. However, Honesty of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva at anybody doesn’t raise doubts! We protest against repressions concerning Lula, and we believe that workers of Brazil will remember the traditions of the October revolution in Russia to protect the leader!” 

In 2021, Lula praised the Chinese Communist Party, saying that it makes China powerful. He called the CCP’s regime a “model” for the world. He also said that while he’d like to maintain relations with the United States, it’s more important for him to secure a relationship with Red China and Russia. 

Germany’s Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, which honors the Jewish communist who was put to death in Germany after her failed attempt to lead a revolution and install a Soviet-style government, showed its support for Lula this past August. It used the usual talking points to criticize Bolsonaro while talking up Lula who was presented as a hero. They said

“The chose facing Brazilian voters on 2 October could not be more stark: either four more years of Jair Bolsonaro, the gun-loving, God-fearing right-wing populist whose time in office has seen hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 deaths and record levels of destruction to the Amazon rainforest, or the return of Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva, the Workers’ Party (PT) icon who governed Brazil from 2003 to 2010. . . . 

“There are a couple of ways of describing Lula. One that’s very common is that he’s the best president Brazil ever had. With all the contradictions, problems, and all of the other things we have criticized him for — he was the best president, and he was very concerned with people’s well-being. The understanding that you need to lift people out of poverty, to make sure that they’re eating well, that they have good jobs ­— this is all very much a priority for Lula, and I think that’s what makes him stand out. 

“He’s also a very skilled politician, in the sense that he’s able to put people together in a room and create consensus when nobody else thought it was possible. That’s quite positive considering how politically fragmented Brazilian society is, both in terms of consciousness as well as political organizations. . . . 

“. . . we have the Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB), which is fairly moderate compared to the Brazilian Communist Party (PCB), which is a more traditional Marxist-Leninist party. The PCdoB has been very close to the PT for a long time and was part of its governments. 

“Particularly under Bolsonaro, there’s been some convergence between the PT and PSOL. This makes sense in terms of building a strong alliance against Bolsonaro, but it also has created tensions within PSOL, and some people left as a result. Overall, however, the membership has grown. It’s still quite small compared to the PT, but it has become more relevant in certain sectors of society. 

“Three smaller parties on the radical Left, including the PCB and the Unified Workers’ Socialist Party (PSTU), a Trotskyist party that broke with Lula long before his first term, are running their own candidates. Everyone else backs Lula. It won’t really impact the election, because they don’t have enough support to make a difference, but it does reflect the increase in public debate around socialism and communism in Brazil. Just as anti-communism has spread under Bolsonaro, so have communist ideas.” 

In October of this year, the infamous People’s World reported

“Brazil’s Communist Party leader Luciana Santos called on the left to “occupy the streets” to guarantee a Lula victory in the second round of presidential elections in four weeks. . . . 

“. . . The Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB) and the Greens both joined forces with Lula’s Workers Party to back him for president. . . . 

“Regional left leaders congratulated Lula on his first-place showing, with congratulations coming from Bolivia’s Luis Arce, Argentina’s Alberto Fernández, Colombia’s Gustavo Petro and Mexico’s Andrés Manuel López Obrador.” 

Later, after Lula allegedly “won” the absurdly rigged election, the South China Morning Post editorialized

“Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s victory in Brazil’s run-off election on Sunday will help strengthen ties with China, Brazil’s top trading partner, and the BRICS countries, according to analysts. . . . 

“The leftist heavyweight had opened dialogue with Beijing during his first administration and in 2009 helped Brazil form BRICS – a group of leading emerging economies that comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. 

“Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated Lula on his win in the presidential election, adding that China and Brazil’s “long-standing friendship is conducive to maintaining regional and world peace and stability and promoting common development and prosperity”. 

“China’s foreign ministry also congratulated Lula on his election win, with spokesman Zhao Lijian saying China was willing to work with Lula’s new administration to “promote the comprehensive strategic partnership between China and Brazil to a new level”. 

“During Lula’s administration from 2003 to 2010, Brazil saw China as a key partner in helping to restructure the international order. In 2004, Lula drew closer to Beijing, leading a delegation of more than 450 business leaders to China to lay the foundations for a partnership that intertwined the economies of both countries. During Lula’s presidency, he met former Chinese president Hu Jintao eight times.” 

Remember, Lula praised China and said they were a “model” for the world. China congratulated Lula, having helped him come to power through a scam election that ousted Brazil’s popular patriot Bolsonaro. 

We should remember that when communists celebrate, freemen have cause to mourn. It’s significant that China is so supportive of Lula. On the whole, Lula’s most vocal supporters were radical communists, criminal cartels, and foreign communists. And it’s no wonder. Lula is the criminal – literally convicted criminal, remember – who hitched Brazil to Red China. If he is inaugurated on January 1, he will plunge Brazil farther into serfdom to communist China and the international cabal. 

Before discussing the potential of military intervention to stop this madness, let’s quickly discuss how the election was stolen. Recall that there were two elections. The first, on October 2, saw Lula the winner. But even that election was fraudulent. The Gateway Pundit reported: 

“On Sunday, October 2nd, contrary to all predictions, Bolsonaro was leading at 7:22 pm local time, with 47.01% of the votes (22,028,936 votes) and 44.16% for Lula da Silva (20,693,810 votes), with 41.19% of the votes counted. At 7:55 pm local time, with 60.33% counted, Bolsonaro lead with 32,049,235 votes (46.01%) and Lula da Silva was closing 31,484,583 votes (45.20%) 

“As the tide miraculously turned, Lula da Silva took the lead, with 50,181,166 votes (47.12%) versus 47,206,466 votes (44.32%) for Bolsonaro at 8:30 pm, with 90.26% of the votes counted. The tally ended up with 57,357,473 votes for Lula da Silva (48,43%) and 51,071,106 votes for Bolsonaro (43,20%) at 5:14 am Oct. 3, with 99,99% of votes counted. 

“Disregarding the votes for other candidates, this means that Bolsonaro received 51.57% of votes cast for either candidate up until 7:22 pm, and Lula da Silva 48.43%. Between 7:22 pm and 5:14 am the next morning, Bolsonaro received only 44.20% of votes cast for either candidate, and Lula da Silva 55.80%. It was not clear what could have caused such a huge statistical anomaly. 

“Voters shared videos that appeared to show a voting machine no longer accepting a vote for Bolsonaro. 

“Remarkably, Bolsonaro  allegedly lost in the state of Minas Gerais, where he began his 2022 election campaign and was almost stabbed to death by an assassin in 2018. In the same state, his candidate for the Chamber of Deputies, Nicolas Ferreira,  won by a landslide, by 1,492,047 votes to 238,967 for the socialist opponent André Janones. 

“While Bolsonaro allegedly lost to Lula da Silva, his Liberal Party was the clear winner and largest party in Parliament, with 24.9% in the Senate and 16.5% in the Chamber of Deputies – another seeming anomaly.” 

So-called “anomalies” that sweep radical Marxists into power over popularly patriotic candidates have become frequent in multiple countries in recent years. How could the people of Brazil have voted in Bolsonaro’s supporters and allied party members, yet not have also elected him? This is allegedly what happened with President Trump in 2020. And what of the statistically impossible ballot drops that supported Lula to drive him up and over Bolsonaro, the same thing that happened with Biden and Trump and numerous other candidates in local offices in the United States? Are we supposed to also believe that voting machines have innocent errors that only hurt Bolsonaro and only favor Lula? Poppycock! 

In the run-off election, the shenanigans were through the room. Part of the fraud was the invalidation of a whopping 5 million votes – twice as many as the margin that Lula supposedly won by. Some reports said many of these were intentionally left blank as a form of protest. Perhaps that accounts for some of them. But five million? I don’t buy it. The reports also show that some of these were invalidated. How many? Half? A quarter? I’ve yet to see proper data other than the fact that 5 million of the ballots cast weren’t counted or were blank. 

Some may discount these votes – they were illegitimate or invalid, after all. Ok, let’s discount them. Let’s focus on the other massive evidences of fraud. First, here is a comment on the overall strangeness of the vote tabulation: 

“The source applied Benford’s Law, a highly recognized statistical formula, to analyze publicly available data provided by the Brazilian Electoral Court (TSE). All the data was culled straight from the public site which has always been the repository for these results- both historical data and new data in real time as ballots get tabulated and vote counts published. 

“The formula, which is used to demonstrate inconsistencies in data sets and raise red flags that suggest an audit should be undertaken to gauge if fraud actually did occur. This study does suggest inconsistencies in the voting tabulation in several regions across the country. According to the source team, in the second round analysis they have observed MORE illogical numerical distributions than in the first round data.” 

Many groups and parties have noticed these “illogical” vote tabulations and have called for investigations. The Liga Conservadora Brasil-Europa has released a long list of ways that the elections were suppressed. Included on the list are the following grievances

“Punishing “opinion crimes”, a crime that does not exist in Brazilian criminal law, bypassing the jurisdiction of Congress”; “Unlawful delegation of powers to fact-checking agencies – mainly left-wing ones, with bogus arguments, with the spurious aim of removing content and profiles from conservative social networks”; “Blocking and banning conservative profiles on social networks, including parliamentarians, supporters, journalists, businessmen, authorities and experts on constitutional law”; “Seizure of assets, resources, electronic devices and bank accounts from Brazilians “accused” of “anti-democratic” demonstrations without the right to due process”; and “Transforming the Supreme Court (STF) and Superior Electoral Court (TSE) into political instruments at the service of the opposition, with the aim of preventing the President of the Republic from exercising his legitimate right to govern as guaranteed by the Federal Constitution.” 

Because the fraud was so blatant, the Brazilian Establishment has lashed out against Bolsonaro’s supporters who have been protesting en masse. They’ve done the things listed above and much more. More information on that in a moment.  

Another voting issue was the corrupt electronic voting machines. The Gateway Pundit reported the findings of Argentine data expert Fernando Cerimedo. They explained

“In the 2020 machines, Jair Bolsonaro won the election 51.04% to 48.96% for Lula da Silva. In the non-auditable pre-2020 machines, Lula won 52.39% to 47.61% for Bolsonaro – even in the very same regions and cities. 

“These results were based on the publicly available data of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) from Oct. 31. 

““One hour after we presented our results on Nov. 4, the TSE site was taken down. No one knows what happened. All documents received an update at 7 pm. At 11 pm, the update went online again. When it went live again, entire sections were erased from the database.” 

““This was an attack not only on Brazil, but on democracy. Does the TSE really think we are so stupid? You cannot modify the data from the ballot boxes.” 

“Justice is rigged,” Cerimedo said.” 

Some of the same voting machine companies that stole the 2020 and 2022 U.S. elections were involved with stealing Brazil’s election – namely, Smartmatic, Oracle, and Dominion. I’ve seen conflicting data on how widely these systems were used, but one thing is now evident – Brazilians are on the receiving end of what Americans were dealt in 2020 and 2022. What’s interesting is that not only are the same thieving voting machine entities involved, but Biden’s illegitimate regime has admitted interfering. Ali Alexander of recent Stop the Steal fame wrote

“Call the agents of this World Order whatever you want—globalists, luciferians, the cabal—but They don’t want sovereign states or nationalistic leaders. This is a threat to their technocratic plans for humanity’s future. . . . 

““How Team Biden Tried to Coup-Proof Brazil’s Elections,” reads the headline. Biden personnel from the White House, Defense Department, State Department, and CIA all took part in threatening the Bolsonaro administration in rare, escalatory diplomatic meetings. Then, they took their false narratives to the corporate media. 

“They did this to Trump too, using the perception that he was in control of his administration when really the bureaucrats were rogue when FBI Director Chris Wray and Christopher Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, used federal government resources to head off any lawful election challenges. 

“To make matters worse, Biden’s top brass, including CIA Director William Burns, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, all took turns threatening Bolsonaro for months during the election. . . . 

“One of the reasons we know the 2020 election was illegitimate is that Joe Biden’s results had no down ballot success, a statistical improbability because of what we know about political science, behavior psychology, and down ballot participation rates. In fact, not one House Republican incumbent lost. House Republicans actually gained 14 seats in 2020. 

“What just happened in Brazil is “mathematically impossible,” says international politico Matthew Tyrmand. That was the same conclusion I came to November 4, 2020 here in America. I’ve been involved in over 111 federal elections. There’s never been one like the American election in 2020 or the Brazilian election in 2022. Voters don’t vote in those patterns and data has never been tabulated in these patterns. Mass uniformity in ballot returns is statistically improbable (read: impossible). 

“Yet, it only occurs in elections where nationalist leaders (like both President Donald J. Trump and President Bolsonaro) were supposedly deposed? Give me a break!” 

Eduardo Bolsonaro, the president’s son, confirmed that the theft worked the same way it did in the United States. When asked, “Did they steal Brazil like they stole America, the elections?”, Eduardo said

“Pretty much the same way. We have a lot of questions. Our party is suggesting for electoral courts to continue the investigation because you have a lot of evidence. Unfortunately, they are not doing that. That’s why they (we) take to the streets. Today we have I think 18 days in the streets protesting because they do not want a criminal again in the presidency. But also because of the way they campaigned… The evidence from the machines is only one thing. There were much other things that the electoral court did not go in the right way during the campaign.” 

To clarify, millions of Brazilian protestors have now been camped outside of government, judicial, and military buildings for over fifty days! They know the election was stolen. They know it was a fraud. They know Lula was a criminal and didn’t legitimately oust the popular Bolsonaro. 

Elon Musk has come out and said that Twitter interfered to give favor to Lula and leftist candidates. He said: 

“I’ve seen a lot of concerning tweets about the recent Brazil election. If those tweets are accurate, it’s possible that Twitter personnel gave preference to left wing candidates.” 

In 2019, Google was caught red-handed manipulating search results for Bolsonaro. Big Tech teamed up with corrupt voting machine companies and domestic traitors, such as the wicked tyrant Alexandre de Moraes of Brazil’s Supreme Court, to steal the election. 

Journalist Matthew Tyrmand has been on top of this fraud perhaps more than anyone. One Steve Banon’s War Room, after Banon said, “Do they think we’re idiots?”, Tyrmand explained

“The lower house, the House of Deputies, Bolsonaro’s party . . . not even right-wing affiliated parties, his party, went from 77 seats to 99 seats in the House of Deputies, which is a 30% gain, and that’s 20% of the total. And that’s just his party. And, in the right-wing governing coalition group, it’s that much bigger. So, they will dominate in both the lower house and the upper house. The governorships in the largest states went to Bolsonaro right-wingers. But, somehow, just like we saw in the first round . . . every ballot drop after an initial lead [went to Lula] . . . Hey, show us exactly how there is no fraud when every single ballot drop . . . [in] every state, every ballots that came in were more and more for Bolsonaro, but every ballot drop showed a narrowing of the initial lead until there was an inflection . . . every numeric drop went one way – where it shrunk Jair Bolsonaro’s lead . . . the math is, it just doesn’t make sense at all.” 

Tyrmand explained that, geographically, Bolsonaro dominated everywhere except one area where Lula has his stronghold. The press quickly said that all these late ballot drops that went for Lula were all from that area, when, in truth, the ballots were all being randomly counted at the same time – and other parts of the country hadn’t had their ballots counted yet when every ballot drop started to suddenly go towards the criminal Lula. At 67% of votes counted, when Bolsonaro was wildly ahead, suddenly all ballots went for Lula. That’s a statistical impossibility – especially considering the randomness of the counting. The only answer is fraud. 

Just after the election was stolen, Joe Hoft published an article titled, “BRAZIL – Another Victim of Election Fraud Technique Known as the “Drop and Roll”.” In it, he wrote: 

“The election in Brazil is very similar to the 2020 Presidential Election in the US.  Like President Trump in 2020, the conservative candidate Bolsonaro’s party picked up numerous lower house seats and governorships across the country.  It was a conservative wave with the exception of the Presidential race. 

“In both races, the conservatives were ahead and then the socialist candidate somehow pulled out the win. . . . 

“In Brazil, the election results were consistent for the socialists after a particular point in time.  This is what we referred to as the “roll” in the 2020 Election. 

“In 2020, President Trump was ahead all night in the key swing states by large margins, then in the middle of the night, there were huge ballot drops for Biden only.  Hundreds of thousands of Biden ballots were dropped which we referred to as the “drop”.  And then after that nearly every ballot batch recorded had the same ratio of Biden to Trump votes with Biden always receiving the same percent more than Trump (i.e. 51% to 49%). 

“In Brazil, it looks like the large ballot drops didn’t occur but the roll was in play for much of the election until the socialist suddenly pulled off the win.” 

Lula won nothing; he cheated. His communist comrades in high places, fresh on the heels of stealing the U.S. election, stole Brazil’s election. Then they stole the 2022 U.S. election, too. All they do is cheat. They can’t win fairly because their mask has fallen and increasing numbers of people see them as the tyrannical, murderous, malicious monsters they are. 

One more point. You may have noticed that Brazilian Indians have been in the news for protesting, clashing with police (after being attacked), storming the Supreme Court, and so forth. This is because, allegedly, no Indian votes went for Bolsonaro when, in fact, multiple Indian tribes heavily supported him. Chief Serere Xavante was one of the most vocal about the theft, calling for swift intervention to stop the steal. He was arrested for protesting. His tribe threatened blood in the streets if he was not released. Some of the tribal members later trespassed on the Supreme Court compound in a lukewarm attempt to free him. If he is not freed soon, the situation may escalate. 

If you believe Lula won fairly, you likely believe the propaganda that Biden won fairly, too. The truth is that the same criminals who ousted Trump are in the process of ousting the “Trump of the Tropics,” Mr. Bolsonaro. It’s in the internationalist cabal’s interests to remove strong leaders like Trump and Bolsonaro as they prepare to spring their final trap for humanity, usher in new global lockdowns, and bring about the death of civilization. 

The Brazilian people have recognized what is happening. They know the election was fraudulent. They know their voice was silenced. And they have been protesting for over fifty days. Millions of Brazilians have participated. Mass crowds of tens of thousands have gathered in hundreds of locations. Farmers blocked the roads. Rallies have been held outside of military barracks calling for the military to intervene. Other demonstrations have targeted the corrupt Lula-supporting Supreme Court which, in return, shut down dissident websites, issued arrest warrants for some of the prominent protestors and pastors, and has even threatened to steal children from parents involved in the protests. 

It says something that people are protesting to keep a sitting president in office. Usually, mass crowds protest to demand a politician leave office. Yet, where are the crowds supporting Lula? Incarcerated felons cheered loudly and banged bars in Brazil’s prisons when news of the sham election reached them. Communists trumpeted the “victory.” Red China congratulated Lula. All the wrong people are happy, meaning everyone who loves the right has cause to mourn. 

Yet, is it all over? Many Brazilians and observers say no. Since day one, Brazilians have been calling on the military to invoke Article 142 of the nation’s constitution which provides for military intervention to uphold the constitutional system. If there is election fraud, for example, the military may intervene. There are additional provisions that allow for the military to become involved in any situation where law and order are threatened. 

In the 50+ days of constant protesting by millions of Brazilians, lower-level military leaders have repeatedly assured crowds that the military is coming to their rescue. Is it wishful thinking on the part of these military leaders? Possibly. Is it a QAnon-style false-hope narrative designed to deceive and to prevent the Brazilian people from rising up in righteous fury against their oppressors? Perhaps. We will know soon enough. 

On January 1, 2023, the communist criminal Lula is scheduled to be inaugurated. If you’re paying attention, this means only two full days remain to act. It would be much more difficult for the military or Bolsonaro to intervene after January 1 when Lula is formally recognized as commander of the military and state. Some have suggested, however, that the inauguration would be the perfect moment to swoop in and arrest Lula and some of his chief aides and supporters in one decisive action.  

Rumors are flying on the ground and in the blogosphere. Many remain hopeful. Bolsonaro said he will continue fighting. He has never formally conceded defeat because he knows the election results are fraudulent. Yet, Donald Trump also never conceded defeat, and we know that he did nothing to save the American People from thralldom under Biden. 

Will Bolsonaro also turn out to be a coward? We he give up the fight and allow himself to be thrust out of the office he was voted to occupy by the people of Brazil? Will he flee? Or will he heed the chants of Brazilians: “Act Bolsonaro!” In June, Bolsonaro said: “There’s a new type of thief, the ones who want to steal our liberty. If necessary, we will go to war.” Was it a bluff or does he truly love Brazil enough to fight for her? 

Some intriguing developments have taken place that make it seem like Bolsonaro will use the military to thwart the seizure of power by Lula and his criminal cartel. Bolsonaro empowered the military to go into the cities to fight the cartels – cartels who support Lula and benefit from his corruption. These military raids ended in several executions of cartel leaders. 

Troops movements have been happening all over Brazil. Hardware, tanks, and troops have been transported publicly for weeks. Soldiers were sent to the Venezuelan border to secure it. Why? Venezuela’s Maduro has already had his ban from Brazil lifted and has been invited to participate with Lula in creating a South American communist state.  

Ruling by executive order at the current time, Bolsonaro has authorized the military to elevate its tribunals above the Supreme Court and to potentially take control of communications in the nation. He has appointed new interim heads of the armed forces, which begin taking power today. He has also brought several hundred new staff into the presidency. All of this is intriguing and makes no logical sense if Bolsonaro simply plans to walk out on January first. He has to understand that his strengthening of the military and executive will be used against his supporters unless he or one of his allies is at the helm. 

People on the ground are getting upset that military commanders seem to be dragging their heels about acting. People have begun calling them “cowards.” Yet, the military has announced that Bolsonaro is the true president. Nearly two hundred lower-level military commandres wrote an open letter to higher-ups demanding action. Yesterday, in Brasilia, when federal police attempted to make the crowds near army headquarters disperse, the military apparently sent out soldiers (one report said tanks) to encircle and protect the protestors. Bolsonaro has also said he will not disband the protest camps, which the lunatic controlled media have called “incubators of terrorism.” 

The only terrorist acts and threats have been against Bolsonaro and his patriotic supporters. The much talked about bomb threat several days ago, which the media said was nearly carried out against Lula by a Bolsonaro supporter, was actually an attempted bombing by a man who now claims the police chief ordered him to say it was against Lula. In reality, who, if anyone, was he trying to bomb? Certainly not Lula! Yet, the media spun it the opposite way, just like how they call conservatives and gun owners in the United States “domestic terrorists.” 

Speaking of gun owners, a no-firearm policy has been announced for Brasilia during the upcoming inauguration. Lula is scared of armed patriots. He wants to usher in strict gun control regulations when he comes to power – something no honest and worthy leader ever does (Hitler, for instance, reduced the Marxian gun control laws of the Weimar Republic when he came to power, reduced the legal age to purchase firearms, made the process for buying one easier, and, as a result, guns and shooting clubs proliferated). Lula has also swapped out a military protection detail for the federal police, precisely because he’s scared of the military who are predominately pro-Bolsonaro. 

Back to false flags. There was a recent incident involving three “Bolsonaro supporters.” When they were arrested, it was discovered they were not only felons recently released from prison, but anti-Bolsonaro crooks dressed in patriotic garb to appear as Bolsonaro supporters – just like Establishment agents and Marxist hoodlums falsely dressed as patriots instigated the Capitol non-riot on January 6. This is the type of false-flag event they like to pull. They’ve done it all over Europe, the United States, and elsewhere. Brazilian patriots must protect themselves from infiltration and be vigilant about who they trust so they don’t get set up. 

The media has desperately painted Bolsonaro’s tens of millions of patriotic supporters as fanatics, right-wing psychopaths, election deniers, and terrorists. Yet, these heartfelt supporters know the truth. Now, it remains to be seen whether the military and Bolsonaro – both self-proclaimed defenders of the nation – will act on the truth or whether they will allow Brazil to be consumed by jackals. 

I again quote from Bolsonaro who once promised: 

“We are the majority. We are the real Brazil. Together, we will build a new nation. . .These red [leftist] criminals will be banished from our homeland. Either they go overseas, or they go to jail. It will be a cleanup the likes of which has never been seen in Brazilian history” (Jair Bolsonaro, 21 October 2018). 

Now, the reverse is about to happen. Bolsonaro is seemingly preparing to go into exile or be arrested by the incoming regime which has already demanded his arrest. Rumors swirled on the 28th that Bolsonaro was fleeing to Florida to take refuge with Donald Trump. His presidential plane indeed flew to Florida. However, Bolsonaro called the news “fake.” He is in Brasilia at the current time. It appears possibly true, though, that his family was flown to Florida to escape the persecution that’s coming or to be out of the way if a military confrontation takes place at the eleventh hour. 

“S.O.S. Armed Forces”

Notice that I have not called military intervention, if it ever happens, a “coup.” That’s the talking point pushed by the Marxist media. It’s the talking point repeated by historically illiterate pundits like Alex Jones say in relationship to the 1933 Reichstag fire in Germany which the communists at the time called a “false flag” and which unwitting dopes repeat today. 

Today, the same international communists who painted anti-communist, Christian, pro-family Hitler as the “enemy” are painting anti-socialist Trump and anti-communist Bolsonaro as the “enemy.” In a way, though, if Bolsonaro doesn’t act, he will join the ranks of those who can’t be trusted with power, just like Trump forever lost our confidence when he refused to fight to reverse the 2020 election theft. Just as Trump will never be allowed to retake the presidency, Bolsonaro won’t ever be allowed to return to power in Brazil if he doesn’t make his stand now

On that note, today, as I was finishing this article, President Bolsonaro made a rare speech. In it, he apparently quashed the idea of military intervention. I have yet to find a full transcript, but the excerpts I’ve seen from multiple sources are depressing. One statement reads: 

“Certain measures have to have support from other parties, support from parliament, support from some of the Supreme, from other institutions. Some people think it’s just take the Santa and solve it. It’s not like that. It is not easy. I have always done my part.” 

He also asked his supporters who are camped outside of military and government buildings to avoid violence, which is a despicable thing to demand of people who have had their voice silence and who are about to lose their Freedom entirely. Yet, despite this, Bolsonaro said: “Brazil will not end on the 1st.” That’s a naive thing to say. The country will forfeit any semblance of Liberty it has regained under Bolsonaro if Lula is allowed to again seize power over a population that doesn’t want him and which didn’t vote for him. 

Lula is preparing to usher Brazil into the league of communist nations. He already tethered his nation to Russia and China via BRICS, but he intends to strengthen that alliance at a time when those states are hostile to the United States. Brazil would thus pose a severe threat to the United States and the Western Hemisphere. Brazil will soon become like Venezuela or Cuba if Lula gets his way, albeit more influential than either of them. 

After briefly covering Bolsonaro’s speech from earlier today, Brazilian writer Fernando de Castro summed it up thus: “And with his farewell statement, Brazil joins the Marxist ranks in South America.” What more can we add? 

Perhaps one more quick point. Regardless of whether Bolsonaro has the spine to act, there is perhaps enough anger on the streets that the Brazilian people might act. This morning, Richard Abelson wrote

““I think Alexandre de Moraes can arrest Jair Bolsonaro. He’s crazy,” said son and Senator Flávio Bolsonaro. “He is not respecting the law or the Constitution. The Senate and the other Justices of the Supreme Court are doing nothing. So he can do anything, anything can happen!” 

““All of Brazil is now converging on the capital of Brasilia for a major protest. There are buses coming and the Federal Police is stopping them on the road,” says our observer. “If the Army does not intervene, the people will rise up and there will be Civil War.” 

“Federal Police controlled by the Pro-Lula Supreme Court have issued arrest warrants for 32 Bolsonaro supporters for the crime of alleged “vandalism” and “undemocratic acts” in what they are calling Operation Nero. Roman Emperor Nero is famous for letting his country burn down. Federal Police also attempted to clear the protest camp outside the Army HQ in Brasilia but were stopped by soldiers, since the camp is on military ground. 

“A man arrested for planning a bomb attack in Brasilia said Police Chief forced him to say he was against Lula. A video circulating on the Internet “goes against what has been said by the press,” reports Brazil in English. “Mr George Washington accused of planning a bomb attack on a tank car to cause an explosion at the airport of Brasilia said that he was forced by the Police Chief to say that he was against President- elect Lula da Silva” 

“Bolsonaro is making preparations for a major operation, according to our observer, including preparations for counter cyber war, and giving the armed forces control of communication.  The government authorized millions to be invested in cloud capacity, to buy drones and ammunition. 

“There are many military people being allocated to strategic positions. Lots of weapons are being purchased and agreements being made with companies to provide logistics support for the armed forces. 

“Special ambassadors being assigned to speak and represent Brazil overseas with a clear mission to speak positively for Brazil and avert claims of a “Bolsonaro coup”. Recently a cabal of deep-state “diplomats” plotting against Bolsonaro was uncovered in the Foreign Ministry, who had been sabotaging Brazil’ foreign policy. 

“If Article 142 of the Brazilian Constitution is invoked, empowering the military to restore order, the military will then have access to the source code of the sketchy election machines, so they will find out who the real winner was, and call for new elections, goes the hope. 

“In this case, our observer expects “a civil war scenario” as the narco militias and leftist governments of South America (Sao Paulo Forum) “desperately want to get hold of Brazil.” This is also the reason why the military has been deployed to the Venezuelan border.” 

As covered briefly above, there has been a host of actions that portend military intervention and Bolsonaro staying in command. However, be that as it may, enough average Brazilian citizens are infuriated that war and revolt may happen regardless. And let it happen! I have been calling for rebellion against tyrants in the United States as well. Unless and until the fighting spirit of 1776 grips people in all lands, tyrants will continue oppressing and Satan will continue to rule with blood and horror on this earth. 

As the demonic forces of world destruction tighten their grip, though, good people everywhere are beginning to fight back. The slaves are rising. This is a good thing, but it will mean bloodshed. Liberty, once lost, can only be regained through bloodshed. History confirms this and Brazilians will learn it the hard way unless their leaders act now before Lula seizes illicit power. 

To close, I repeat that Brazil will be turned into a Marxist utopia patterned after Red China or Venezuela if Lula is permitted to conquer the presidency. He and his cronies stole the election. Brazilians know it was stolen. Their only hope is for Bolsonaro and the military to intervene to stop the steal or for them to rise in bloody revolution. They have a God-given right to rise in rebellion to tyrants. If the military is too cowardly to act, God help the people of Brazil do the right thing! I pray for those in Brazil, especially for the patriots who are being disenfranchised by the Marxist jackals in power who have raped their trust, stolen their voice, and are devouring their Liberty. 

When Bolsonaro campaigned for the presidency the first time around, he released a picture of a communist hand with a dagger slashing down to stab Brazil. It showed another hand, in the colors of the Brazilian flag, rising to stop it. This is a fitting analogy. If Bolsonaro is thrust out of office by fraud, and if the military won’t act to defend its people, then the Bolshevik dagger will finally be plunged into Brazil’s heart. If that happens, Brazil won’t recover. Choose your next move wisely, Brazil.  

Zack Strong, 
December 30, 2022

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