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Bolsonaro refuses support of former Ku Klux Klan leader and suggests he support Haddad “who loves to segregate society”

Brazil’s presidential candidate, Jair Bolsonaro (PSL), posted a note on Twitter in which he declined support from supremacist groups. The note was published after news that a former leader of the white racist organization Ku Klux Klan (KKK), David Duke, had praised him. In the note, also posted in English, Bolsonaro highlighted the Brazilian miscegenation and suggested that for consistency racists should support the Workers’ Party (PT) candidate, Fernando Haddad, for the PT to pursue segregation policies in Brazil.

PT and Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB), the party of Haddad’s vice president candidate, Manuela D’Avila, are against mestizaje, in favor of genocide against Mestizos and that Mestizos, as also defended David Duke and Ku Klux Klan, must be classified as Negros.

In the Lula and Dilma, governments of the two parties, hundreds of ethnic cleansing were carried out for the creation of “indiostões” and “neoquilombos” (exclusive territories for Amerindians and Negros), and a bill was presented that aimed at the creation of “white territories.”

All candidates for president and vice president of the Republic launched by the PT since the first election in 1989 were white. The Movimento Pardo-Mestiço Brasileiro (Nação Mestiça) has denounced communist white racism in Brazil.

Posted in Português.

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