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Brazilian government bars Mestizo observers from racial conference

The Workers’ Party left the government, but the Workers’ Party racism did not. President Michel Temer maintains the Negrist and anti-Mestizo policies of the Lula and Dilma governments.

The Brazilian Federal Government has opened registrations for the “election” of 200 observers of the IV National Conference for the Promotion of Racial Equality. To compete, however, the candidate must be White, Negro, Indian or Yellow, determines the application form – can not be Mestizo.

The National Secretariat for Policies for the Promotion of Racial Equality (SEPPIR) opened on Wednesday (11), at 3 pm, registrations for those interested in being observers of the IV National Conference for the Promotion of Racial Equality (acronym CONAPIR, in Portuguese). Altogether, according to the office of the Ministry of Human Rights, will be made available 200 places for observers and the criterion of choice would be in order of registration.

The Ministry of Human Rights is currently managed by the Under-Chief for Legal Affairs of the Civil House of the Presidency of the Republic, Gustavo do Vale Rocha, appointed by President Michel Temer (Brazilian Democratic Movement party) to replace Luislinda Valois.

Form excludes mestizos that do not identify themselves as negros

When completing the form, candidates must state whether they are Yellow, Indians, White, “Negro – Black” or “Negro – Pardo” – there is no option for “Pardos” only, although the term for Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the public agency responsible for the official census of the country, is intended for self-declared mestizo, including those that do not descend from blacks.

This is not surprising: going against conventions and other international documents against racism and that recognize mestizo peoples in various countries, since the government of former President Lula (Workers’ Party) – currently imprisoned for corruption and influence peddling – there is an official policy of genocide against Brazilian Mestizo People, which is given prominently by the requirement that pardos identify themselves as blacks.

The objective of organized anti-mestizo racism is the official erasure of the Brazilian Mestizo People in order to undermine Brazilian national identity and unity. Similar policies have been promoted by leftist multiculturalist NGOs and globalist governments in other Latin American countries.

Going against federal racism, the Brazilian Mestizo is already recognized as an ethnic group by the States of Amazonas, Mato Grosso, Paraíba and Roraima.

In I CONAPIR, on 2005, and in the following, members of the Mestizo Movement faced aggressive opposition to their participation in the event for refusing to identify themselves as negros.

The form (link to registration page) for observer candidates also requires the interested party to inform the Brazilian federal government about their “sexual orientation”.

According to the SEPPIR website, the result of the “contemplated” will be announced on the website soon after the end of the registration process. The Organizing Committee has made available for more information in the e-mail: or by the telephones 55(61) 2027-3287/3101/3741.


The IV CONAPIR will be held between May 27 and 30, 2018, at the International Convention Center of Brazil (CICB), in Brasilia, and will focus on Brazil in the decade of Afro-descendants: recognition, justice, development and equality of rights. The discussions will be guided by four sub-themes: The recognition of Afro-descendants, The guarantee of justice for Afro-descendants, The development of Afro-descendants and Multiple or aggravated discrimination of Afro-descendants.

Observers will have, according to information from SEPPIR, the right to the participant’s material, food at the venue and access to plenaries, discussion groups and stands.

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