The Brazilian elections seem to follow a trend we are familiar with here in the States:
For reference, note my past article on voting in the United States broken down by demographics: How The United States Would Look If Only Certain Demographics Voted.
Brazil is hilariously similar. I’m sure most countries are once they hit the terminal minority percentage. The biology deniers won’t like this being pointed out, but oh well.
We are also heading toward a demographic condition similar to that of Brazil, which I noted here: An Update On Our Demographic Destiny.
I’m sure the electoral fraud (and predominant locations of fraud) offers a familiar trend between the U.S. and Brazil, as well. Brazil had fraud hotspots in areas of high demographic diversity, no different from us (Map of Demographics By County).
Brazil also demonstrates the importance of an electoral college:
Without an electoral college, one small, isolated region can enforce its will on the entire swath of the country. There is a reason that republics moved away from majority dictatorship (democracy). It allows leftists to centralize one area and subjugate the rest.
Some thoughts on the result:
I am not excited to see Bolsonaro ousted. While Brazil is no ideal state, his leadership was noteworthy and incredibly helpful during the covid shenanigans. He was probably one of the last remaining leaders within the traditional Western sphere of influence that was resisting clown world. Now, nearly all will fall in line.
Plus, Jair’s comments were always worth a few laughs. I still recall writing this article, which I thoroughly enjoyed at the time: President of Brazil Asks The Country To Stop Being Fags About COVID.
What we have now is an entire global Western South that is compromised and controlled by leftist loons. That is not promising.
It is incredibly likely that there was some Lula “encouragement” by the United States regime, simply because Biden was so quick to congratulate a “safe, fair, secure, credible election”. If they are using the same language there as they used here, it is a pretty obvious tell about the truth.
South America has always been a battleground for hegemony between Western states and Russia/China. It seems the Westerners are winning.
It is interesting to ponder what will happen to BRICS (standing for ‘Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa’) now that Lula is moving in. I don’t see the Russians enjoying this change of events.
Additionally, I find it interesting the return of previous power-holders worldwide. This is not being talked about much, but a lot of previous corrupt leaders are returning to the mantle. Odd timing, given the escalation with Russia and economic permacrisis conditions being created.
For example, Lula is back in Brazil, Netanyahu is likely to be back in Israel, Biden (Obama) is back in the White House, the billionaire bankers have their guy back in with Sunak in the UK, and numerous smaller countries are “electing” some previously corrupt individual. Lula served time in jail for corruption, Netanyahu was facing numerous investigations, and anyone with a brain knows Biden is/was corrupt. Odd timing for a grand callback of previously corrupt leaders worldwide is all I’m saying.
Either way, my sincere condolences to Brazilians. We here in the States know full well what it is like to be subjugated under both the demographic boot, the leftist boot, and the electoral fraud boot. The combination of the three does not provide much breathing room.
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