Jair Bolsonaro has won the Brazilian presidential election convincingly tonight, making him likely the most authoritarian White leader in the world. With almost all votes counted, Bolsonaro has 55% compared to his establishment opponent Fernando Haddad’s 45%. Bolsonaro is known for his authoritarianism, support for military dictatorship, anti-homosexual beliefs, anti-globalist stances, and strong rhetoric.
The central tenet of Bolsonaro’s campaign was law and order, which was a welcome message in Brazil, one of the most violent countries in the world. Last year, homicides hit a record high of 63,880, which was the most in the world. Brazil is also one of the most drug and gang-ridden countries in the world. In response to this, Bolsonaro has said that he will empower police to use lethal force against criminals, and he will allow citizens easier access to firearms for self-defense.
Bolsonaro’s vision of law and order extends far beyond that. He has often praised the military dictatorship, which ruled the country for two decades until 1985. In 1999, Bolsonaro was asked what he would do with Congress if elected president, and said:
“There is no doubt. I would perform a coup on the same day. [Congress] doesn’t work. And I am sure that at least 90 percent of the population would celebrate and applaud because it doesn’t work. The Congress today is useless … let’s do the coup already. Let’s go straight to the dictatorship.”
Another aspect of his platform that has caused whining from the mainstream media is Bolsonaro’s stance toward homosexuals. In 2011, he said, “I would be incapable of loving a gay son. I wouldn’t be a hypocrite. I prefer that he die in an accident than show up with some guy with a moustache.” While campaigning he said, “I can’t admit schools to show girls as young as six films of women kissing to try and combat homophobia. No father wants to come home and find his son playing with a doll because of the influence of his school.” His toxic masculinity has caused panic throughout the globohomo system.
Bolsonaro has also attacked the globohomo system itself. During the campaign, he said, “If I’m president, I’ll leave UN. That institution is of no use. It’s an organization of communists, of people that don’t have any commitment at least to South America.” He also called the UN International Human Rights Day “the day of losers.” Bolsonaro has criticized Third World immigration into Brazil and criticized its African population for being lazy, as well.
Globalists shake when they see men like Bolsonaro—he is a strong, right-wing White man who says what he thinks. Even more concerning to them—people agree with him. He reminds them of Trump, only he is far more radical.
Unfortunately for Brazil, it is already far gone in terms of demographics and societal decay. However, with a strong leader like Bolsonaro in charge, the trappings of civilization that remain can be protected for the White population. This is real authoritarianism, and it is necessary in multicultural countries. We will only see more of it as long as globalists keep flooding White countries with the Third World.