Amazon Fires: Brazilian Readers Defend Bolsonaro

 

August 23, 2019

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Globalists accuse President Jair Bolsonaro of tacitly condoning the farmers, 

by insisting that Brazil should open up more of the rainforest 

to business interests like farming and mining. 

Roughly 60% of the rainforest is in Brazil. Readers rush to his defense. 

They are only interested in the wood (which many of their NGOs smuggle out of Brazil to environment-conscious Europe, Japan, Canada, and the USA), (gold, iron, copper, etc – some of the iron mines could be explored for over 400 years!) ore, the jungle pharmaceutical essences (extremely valuable!), drinkable water (some foreign ships smuggle that as well) and…farming for export to prevent them from starvation, especially after a nuclear war (South America and Africa are known as “reserve land” from which food would be imported and where the elite has property – for instance, Norwegian, Dutch and British Royals own lots of land in the Amazon, as well as many well-off people from other parts of Europe, Japan and North America). 

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Nevertheless, the press urges the UN and those foreign states to save the Amazon from Brazilians. I guess the next step is to foster a proxy war between Indians (coincidentally living in very resourceful areas) and the Brazilian military (as intelligence officials have long warned the government) – and then another Yugoslavia-like NATO and UN intervention will be on the way to ensure Brazilians will stay away from THEIR own resources in order to guarantee international companies profits. In short, they want us to lose sovereignity over our own territory – something the UK, the USA, France, Norway, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, etc would never accept, nor would the European protesters who recently vandalized Brazilian embassies in London and in Berlin. 

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Source Article from https://www.henrymakow.com/2019/08/brazilian-readers-defend-bolsonaro-.html

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