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European Parliament member criticize Brazilian mestization

White power: almost 200 years after Independence, Portuguese congressman Francisco Assis of the Socialist Party, comes to oversee Brazil and mestization.

Portuguese socialist Francisco Assis was part of a commission of 14 MEPs who came to Brazil to support and oversee the racial apartheid policy and fight against mestization sponsored by the European Union in the country. Funding for the creation of bantustans (“indigenous lands” and “quilombos” in official jargon) has been the main means by which countries of the European Union and the institution itself have promoted racial and ethnic segregation in Latin America. The Brazilian Socialist deputy, Janete Capiberido, requested a boycott of Brazilian products.

An entourage of 14 MEPs who make up the Delegation for Mercosur Relations and Relations with the Federative Republic of Brazil was on October 31 in the Committee on Foreign Relations (CRE) of the Brazilian Senate and then in the Public Hearing in the Commission Human Rights and Participatory Legislation (HRC) to discuss “The Serious Violations of Indigenous and Quilombola Rights.” The Brazilian Socialist deputy, Janete Capiberibe, requested a boycott of Brazilian products.

The hearing was requested by Senator João Capiberibe, of the Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB), of the State of Amapá.

The chairman of the Mercosur delegation, the Portuguese MEP Francisco Assis, repeatedly denying his appearance as interference by a foreign institution in the internal affairs of Brazil, pinned the Brazilian miscegenation: “This mestization has a side that is not obvious, dark side”.

Francisco Assis, who is a member of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D), in the European Parliament, and the Socialist Party, in Portugal, highlighted the support of Senator João Capiberibe and Rep. Janete Capiberibe, also of PSB of State of Amapá, when MEPs came to Brazil, in 2016, to supervise the creation of a bantustan for Guarani Indians.

Deputy Janete Capiberibe, instead of defending the national economy, thanked the Portuguese MEP for saying the following: “They are recognitions like these that motivate us to continue the fight we have been fighting since we were young. And in the face of all the demands made at this hearing, I appeal to the European Parliament for a humanitarian blockade, as a way of curbing crimes and defending countless human lives. It is necessary to prevent the purchase of any product soaked with indigenous blood, quilombola, forest peoples and waters. ”

The event was attended by Indian, indigenist and neo-quilombo entities. The Mestizo Movement was not invited.

Posted in Português.

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