Left-wing parliamentarians from the European Parliament traveled to Brazil to support apartheid in the country. They met with local indigenist white lawmakers, attended a public hearing at the National Congress and visited a bantustan project. The European Union is one of the major promoters of ethnic and racial segregation in Latin America, which includes ethnic cleansing and other measures against Mestizos and mestization. While in Europe the European Union applies the Kalergist policy of immigrantism and miscegenation-without-mestization in order to pulverize national identities, in Latin America it seeks the same by eliminating the mestizo national identities of the countries of the region.
Member of the European Parliament (MEPs) were in Brazil in December this year for a series of visits, including bantustans and participation in a public hearing at the National Congress to discuss actions against alleged violations of the human rights of Indian peoples.
The mission included MEPs Francisco Assis (Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament – Portugal/Partido Socialista), head of the delegation; Marisa Matias (Confederal Group of the European United Left – Nordic Green Left – Portugal/Bloco de Esquerda), Julie Ward (Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament- United Kingdom/Labour Party), Estefanía Torres Martínez (Confederal Group of the European United Left – Nordic Green Left – Spain/PODEMOS).
The meeting was attended by representatives of MEPs Ignazio Corrao (Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group – Italy/Movimento 5 Stelle), Pier Antonio Panzeri (Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament – Italy/Partito Democratico) and Ramon Tremosa Balcells (Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe – Spain/Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya), as well as two personalities erroneously cited as MEPs from Spain and the Netherlands on the website of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies.
They went to the State of Mato Grosso do Sul on 6 and 7 December. The mission is a consequence of the European Parliament resolution adopted in Strasbourg on 24 November this year.
Communist “human rights”
Also in attendance were the president of the Human Rights and Minorities Commission of the Chamber of Deputies (CDHM), Rep. Padre João (Partido dos Trabalhadores – PT), and Edmílson Rodrigues (Partido Socialismo e Liberdade – PSOL), Janete Capiberibe (Partido Socialista Brasileiro – PSB) and Zeca do PT (PT).
PT, PSOL and PSB are Marxist, globalist, supporters of racial indigenist segregation and opposed to mestization. For the PT, which was in charge of the country during the Lula and Dilma governments, there are no Mestizos in Brazil, only whites, negros, Indians and yellows. It passed laws and undertook policies aimed at the disappearance of the Mestizos’ identity by classifying them as negros, while at the same time encouraging many to identify themselves as Indians for fear of being expelled from the lands in which they lived.
MEPs were in Caarapó in the Kunumi Vera Community, and then visited the Guayviri Community in Aral Moreira. On the 6th, they participated in an indigenist assembly in Amambai.
On December 7, the delegation met with self-declared Indian leaders and institutions working on the theme at the MPF headquarters in Campo Grande. The group was not received by the State governor, who claimed scheduling problems.
For the Portuguese communist deputy, Francisco Assis, “what we have seen is that there is a serious problem of violations of the rights of indigenous peoples.” He also spoke about the work of the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF): “I would like to express, first of all, my respect for the work of the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office, which for me was a great positive surprise because, in this regard, MPF is the expression the modern side of Brazilian society and administration. ”
The Public Prosecutor’s Office is constitutionally obliged to defend the “rights and interests” of the Indian peoples, an obstacle most posed by the indigenist whites that prevents populations of the Mestizo people under the risk of ethnic cleansing can resort to the organ in their defense.