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Jair Bolsonaro

Violence, Crisis and Resistance in Bolsonaro’s Brazil

How did Bolsonaro win Brazil's election? What will happen now?

Tatiana Cozzarelli

November 4, 2018

From Brazil to the US, Fight for Trans Rights

A trans socialist in Brazil writes to trans people in the US.

Virgínia Guitzel

November 2, 2018

Bolsonaro: Fascism or Bonapartism?

It is impossible to understand the rise of the social and political phenomenon known as “Bolsonarismo”—the movement around presidential hopeful Jair Bolsonaro—without understanding the huge protests that hit Brazil in June 2013.

Daniel Matos

October 23, 2018

David Duke Supports Brazilian Presidential Candidate

Former grand wizard of the KKK David Duke announced his endorsement for the racist, misogynistic, and extreme-right Brazilian frontrunner in this year's presidential elections, Jair Bolsonaro

Marisela Trevin

October 18, 2018

Neo-Fascist Bolsonaro Followers Attack People Throughout Brazil

Bolsonaro’s ultra-right rhetoric has led to political assassinations and violence perpetrated by his followers.

Esquerda Diário

October 18, 2018

The Rise of Bolsonaro and the Position of Brazilian Revolutionaries

Socialist Revolutionaries from Brazil explain how they are organizing against the rise of the far-right and why the call for a ‘critical vote’ to the PT in the coming runoff elections.

BRAZIL: “The 12 Stab-Wounds That Killed Moa Do Katendê Came From the Mouth of Bolsonaro”

Sunday, October 7, will be remembered not only for the victory of the extreme right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro in the first round of the presidential elections in Brazil, but also for the cowardly and brutal murder of Romualdo Rosário da Costa, Master Moa Katendê, in the city of Salvador de Bahia, when he was stabbed 12 times by a follower of the PSL (Social Liberal Party) candidate.

Left Voice

October 16, 2018

Pro-Torture, Pro-Dictatorship Misogynist Wins First Round of Brazilian Elections

Brazil's far-right candidate won the first round of elections with a 46% majority. The Workers Party (PT) candidate came in a dismal second, with only 29%. How did this happen?

Tatiana Cozzarelli

October 8, 2018