Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva was elected on October 30, 2022, becoming Brazil’s president-elect. His term in office will begin on January 1, 2023. He will replace President Jair Bolsonaro, who will be leaving the post, after achieving the most successful economic and safety ratings in the nation’s history, thanks to his efforts to alleviate poverty, and his support of the populace in difficult times, by alerting them to the harmful effects of vaccines and advising the use of medicines with proven effectiveness, like Chloroquine and Ivermectin.
It should be noted, however, that Lula is set to begin his term, without a governmental programme; indeed, his sole objective is to repeal every one of incumbent president Bolsonaro’s positive reforms. Lula has been put to trail and sentenced in numerous corruption cases, although some were struck down because of superficial due process flaws, which are unrelated to the core reality, i.e., bribes and wrongdoing of all kinds. In short, Lula is a convicted criminal who wants to hand the sovereignty of the Amazon rainforest over to the UN, and he offers no guarantees for a world-power country, like Brazil, which wants to continue upholding its rights and maintaining its sovereignty.
Furthermore, reasonable suspicions point to electoral fraud, which has caused millions of aware Brazilians to rise up, because they have realised what happened and are calling for the Armed Forces to review the process. To this end, they are taking to the streets and gathering in cities for mass protests, as the media stands by, in silence. Corruption allegations tied to the electronic voting system reconfirm electoral fraud in Brazil; hence, citizens call Lula’s victory into question, casting doubt on this ruse driven by the elite.