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White indigenists want ethnic cleansing of Mestizos in Brazil to create bantustans

Governments and NGOs of white indigenistas intend to create a continuous belt of bantustans from the northern Amazon north of Roraima and make ethnic cleansing against the Mestizo People. The municipality of São Gabriel da Cachoeira has almost 100% of its territory transformed into bantustan.

The objective is to create an area of ​​bantustans greater than Greece.

Councilors of the Municipalities of Barcelos and Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, in the State of Amazonas, went to Brasilia, the Brazilian capital, to attend a meeting with the Minister of Justice, Torquato Jardim, in Brasilia. Among the subjects in question, the most important is in relation to the demarcation of bantustans in the municipalities of the middle Rio Negro River. The population at risk of ethnic cleansing by white indigenistas is formed almost entirely by Mestizos descended from the original Indians.

The commissions of the legislative powers formed by the councilors, Roberto Alves, Marlos Monteiro and Allen Gadelha, of Barcelos, and the Councilors Charlem de Albuquerque, Evandro Alberto Aquino and Lazaro Teixeira, of Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, carry in their hands reports and videos recorded, with statements from rivers that are against and do not agree with the demarcations of the lands. According to the report, NGOs would be in possession of approximately 80% of the so-called “indigenous lands” in the municipalities of Santa Isabel do Rio Negro and Barcelos, a larger area than the territory of Greece.

Councilors from Barcelos and Santa Isabel do Rio Negro traveled to Brasilia to discuss the problem with Justice Minister, Torquato Jardim.

According to the parliamentarians of Barcelos, the demarcation is encouraged by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and, by extension, can economically damage the municipality.

Alderman Allen Gadelha (PSB), author of the Report of the Constitution and Justice Commission of the Municipality of Barcelos (Report No. 005/2017 – CCJ / CMB) on the process of demarcation “indigenous territories” and the activities of NGOs and others agencies such as the Socio-Environmental Institute (ISA), the Rio Negro Indigenous Peoples Federation (FOIRN) and the Indigenist Missionary Council (CIMI) would be legitimate, but of the demarcation meets the conditions of the Federal Supreme Court (STF).

“The STF issued some conditions. One of them prohibits the expansion of existing reserves and the other requires that the public authorities, federal entities participate in this process of demarcation,” he explained.

Allen emphasized that NGOs are “manufacturing” Indians through promises of improvements in areas such as health and education to the Mestizos living in communities.

“I will not say that there are no true Indians, but it is a minority. It imagines demarcating 80% of the largest Brazilian municipality for territorial management not of the community, not of the Mestizo, but of NGOs representing international interests,” he said.

Ethnic cleansing and apartheid

White indigenist ethnic cleansing operations against Mestizos occur in all regions of Brazil. In the photo above, one of the operations decorated with the image of a skull with Indian headdress, in the Amazon region located in the State of Maranhão, in the Northeast Region.

In the rapporteur, Allen Gadelha, compared the situation to South Africa’s Apartheid:

“All this is configured through one of the main files used: Ethnic cleansing – the vast majority who were not encouraged and did not self-recognize as an Indian, should be expelled of the region intended for demarcation or, relegated to abandonment and lack of financial perspective.
A situation that can be compared with the “Apartheid” regime lived for many years in South Africa.”

Mineral wealth

The councilman also said that the international interests are the extractive and mineral reserves of the municipality. According to the report,

“”Recently, the main NGO promoting the territorial division of Barcelos, Instituto Socioambiental – ISA, received from the Amazon Fund, as non-reimbursable resources, the amount of 11.7 million reais for territorial management projects (PGTAs), in the Rio Negro. The resources are intended to implement the Territorial and Environmental Management Plan, including in Rio Negro and Xingu. This is one of the 82 projects that the Amazon Fund finances and whose total resources exceed R $ 1.2 Billion. “”

And it complements with the question:

“If the ISA has received so much money from countries with Norway, Germany and even from Brazilian companies such as Petrobras, through the BNDES / Amazon Fund, because until now they have not invested a penny in projects to improve the social conditions of these communities?”

A Public Hearing of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Amazonas (ALEAM) is scheduled to take place at 10 o’clock on Friday, 27, at the Municipal Council of Barcelos to discuss the matter. The Movimento Pardo-Mestiço Brasileiro was invited to participate.

Posted in Português.


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