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Brazilian City is campaigning against miscegenation

The City of Fortaleza, in Brazilian State of Ceara (CE), is campaigning against miscegenation. In promotional material, the Human Rights Secretariat of the Municipality of Fortaleza associates miscegenation with violence and domination, preaches against the “ideology of mixing” and states that interbreeding does not act against racism.
Fortaleza is administered by Mayor Luizianne Lins, of the Workers Party (PT), which advocates the imposition of Negro identity to Mestizo people.

The City of Fortaleza, in Brazilian State of Ceara (CE), is campaigning against miscegenation. In promotional material, the Human Rights Secretariat of the Municipality of Fortaleza associates miscegenation with violence and domination, preaches against the “ideology of mixing” and states that miscegenation does not act against racism.

Fortaleza is administered by Mayor Luizianne Lins, of the Workers Party (PT), which advocates the imposition of Negro identity on Mestizo people.

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Material mestiçofóbico divulgado pela Prefeitura de Fortaleza.

Página http://www.facebook.com/SDHFortaleza/info

Página da Prefeitura de Fortaleza http://www.fortaleza.ce.gov.br/sdh

Posted in Mestiçofobia | Desmestiçagem, Multiculturalismo.

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  1. Peter says

    An interesting quotation attributed to Hitler. Did Hitler even believe in the concept of “race”?

    “The conception of the nation has become meaningless. The conditions of the time compelled me to begin on the basis of that conception. But I realized from the first that it could have only transient validity. The ‘nation’ is a political expedient of democracy and liberalism. We have to get rid of this false conception and set in its place the conception of race, which has not yet been politically used up. The new order cannot be conceived in terms of national boundaries of the peoples with an historic past, but in terms of race which transcends those boundaries. All the adjustments and corrections of frontiers, and in regions of colonization, are a plowing of the sands… I know perfectly well, just as well as all these tremendously clever intellectuals, that in the scientific sense there is no such thing as race. But you, as a farmer and cattle breeder, cannot get your breeding successfully achieved without the conception of race. And I as a
    politician need a conception which enables the order which has hitherto existed on historic bases to be abolished and an entirely new anti-historic order enforced and given an intellectual basis. Understand what I mean… I have to liberate the world from dependence on its historic past. Nations are the outward and visible forms of our history. So I have to fuse these nations into a higher order if I want to get rid of the chaos of an historic past which has become an absurdity. And for this purpose the conception of race serves me well. It disposes of the old order and makes possible new associations. France carried her great revolution beyond her borders with the conception of the nation. With the conception of race, National Socialism will carry its revolution abroad and remake the world.”

    – Hermann Rauschning, “Voice of Destruction” [New York: Putnam, 1940], 231-232

  2. Peter says

    The problem with adopting the American one-drop rule is that it actually nullifies the efforts of the so-called black-identity movement. This is because if we are to accept the American understanding of race, ethnicity and identity, then one drop of “black” blood makes one “black” in race/ethnicity/identity. But then this means that 90% of the Brazilian population is “black”. Which means that the overwhelming majority of Brazil’s elite — its military elite, its ecclesiastical elite, its business elite, its political elite — is already “black”, and has been so for the majority of Brazil’s history! This then of course begs the question what this identidade negra movement is exerting so much effort campaigning for? Under-representation of “black” people in Brazilian political, military, ecclesiastical, business, intellectual life? This, if we accept the one-drop argument is ridiculous, for “blacks” are already over-represented in all aspects of Brazilian life! Therefore, by adopting the American one-drop rule in speaking of the idea of race/ethnicity/identity, the movimento negro is thereby stating that its raison d’etre is pointless, is self-refuting!



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