Following the inauguration of Brazil’s new president, former convict Lula da Silva, what is the government going to bring to Brazil? Over the last 70 days, masses of people have been peacefully protesting throughout the entire country, to a degree that has never been seen before. They are clearly rejecting the new President, and calling for intervention from the Army, as guarantors of the Brazilian Constitution. The reality they are grappling with, is not being featured in the media.
Lula is just another pawn, a puppet who belongs to the totalitarian elite. They are the ones who decided to release him from prison. They are the ones who rigged the elections, via electronic voting machines, so that he could lead the vast country of Brazil, with all its beauty and wealth. They plan to use him to establish a tyrannical and dictatorial regime, to the detriment of the people.
From the very start of his inaugural ceremony, Lula demonstrated that he does not love his country or its institutions. What he wants is to continue fostering corruption, curtailing freedoms, imposing a mandatory vaccine and destroying the economy. He wants to use environmental protection as an excuse to give up the Amazon’s sovereignty, by handing it over to multinationals. All the while, the people continued with their usual peaceful protests but Lula and his followers, in their quest to quash these demonstrations, planted violent infiltrated individuals on the scene, so that they could then blame the populace for the havoc the infiltrators caused. In short, it was a trap, aimed at supressing protests and imprisoning his opponents. It begs the question: what is going to happen, from here on out, in Brazil?