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Bolsonaro. Un discorso da statista. Il Brasile inverte la rotta.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-01-04.

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Come era nelle aspettative, Mr Bolsonaro ha un tenuto all’atto dell’insediamento come Presidente del Brasile un discorso di dieci minuti, durante i quali ha detto quasi tutto ciò che c’era da dirsi.

«This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state»

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«the distortion of human rights and the breakdown of the family»

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«economic irresponsibility and ideological submission.»

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«There are hundreds of bureaucratic governing bodies across Brazil, of regulators as well. … We have to untangle the mess»

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«Brazil would no longer serve the interests of international non-governmental organizations»

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Mr Bolsonaro porta il Brasile sulla scia della Polonia, dell’Ungheria e delle altre nazioni che si sono liberate dalla tirannide liberal socialista e delle ngo apparentate. Basta ‘politicamente corretto

Già questo sarebbe un risultato ottimo.

Il Brasile ha un ottimo sistema carcerario, ove già sono affiliati Mr Lula e molti suoi compagni. Ma c’è spazio anche per i moltissimi liberal socialisti ancora a piede libero: ma, nel caso, si possono costruire nuovi edifici.

La disinfestazione del Brasile richiederà tempo e fatica, ma l’inizio apparirebbe essere ben determinato.

Bolsonaro takes office in Brazil, says nation ‘liberated from socialism’

«Brazil’s newly inaugurated President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday his election had freed the country from “socialism and political correctness,” and he vowed to tackle corruption, crime and economic mismanagement in Latin America’s largest nation. ….

While investors hope Bolsonaro’s free-market stance will reinvigorate Brazil’s economy – the eight largest in the world – environmentalists and rights groups are worried he will roll back protections for the Amazon rain forest and loosen gun controls»

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«This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state»

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«We have the great challenge of taking on the effects of an economic crisis, of facing the distortion of human rights and the breakdown of the family»

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«We must urgently end ideologies that defend criminals and penalize police»

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«free the nation definitively from the yoke of corruption, crime, economic irresponsibility and ideological submission.»

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«The government machine is really heavy, …. There are hundreds of bureaucratic governing bodies across Brazil, of regulators as well. … We have to untangle the mess»

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Brazil’s new economy minister vows to slash spending, reform pensions

«he would slash the government’s outsize role in the economy, cut taxes, carry out privatizations and tame what he said was excessive government spending.»

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Brazil’s new foreign minister says country will abandon globalism

«Brazil’s new Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo said on Wednesday that his country would revert to its former, less globalist policies and support those fighting against “tyranny” in Venezuela. ….

At the United Nations, Brazil would no longer serve the interests of international non-governmental organizations, he said, in a speech made after being sworn in»

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Bolsonaro presidential decree grants sweeping powers over NGOs in Brazil

«Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro has used an executive order to give his government secretary potentially far-reaching and restrictive powers over non-governmental organizations working in Brazil. »

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«The temporary decree …. which mandates that the office of the Government Secretary …. “supervise, coordinate, monitor and accompany the activities and actions of international organizations and non-governmental organizations in the national territory.”»

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«his election had freed the country from “socialism and political correctness.”»

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