Tuesday, October 4

A website with a domain in the name of Jair Bolsonaro criticizes his management and considers him a threat to Brazil


With the phrase “Threat to Brazil” a website has called the attention of cyberspace users. The Dominion “Bolsonaro.com.br” contains harsh criticism of the current Brazilian president, the far-right Jair Bolsonaro, where he is portrayed with different caricatures.

On the front page, Bolsonaro appears dressed as Adolf Hitler wearing Nazi garb and a Brazilian presidential sash. Around him, many cows look at him representing his followers. In other characterizations of the portal, Bolsonaro is shown as a demon or as a possessed person.

The images are accompanied by content in which the Brazilian president and current presidential candidate is related to cases of corruption, as well as the investigation that was carried out against his son Flavio Bolsonaro.

“Bolsonaro has never hidden that he is authoritarian. In his three decades as a politician, he has always supported violence, stupidity and the breakdown of the democratic order, ”indicates one of the messages.

This is accompanied by three statements in which he realizes Bolsonaro’s intention to release rebellions in the Army, defend the civil war and his position on crimes during the dictatorship.

– Colonel reveals that Bolsonaro always had the intention of leading rebellions in the Army.

– Bolsonaro defends the civil war, says he evades taxes and would vote for Lula.

– Bolsonaro says that the biggest mistake of the dictatorship was to torture and not kill.

At the end of this section, there is a stopwatch that counts the days, hours, minutes and seconds that the agent in charge of the management has left. And a closing message: “Bolsonanarism will persist. The battle against neofascism must continue. We will resist and we will win.”

In Jair Bolsonaro’s social networks, this space does not appear as an official one. In addition, a message indicates that the site “is not administered and does not belong to the Bolsonaro family.”

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