UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.

Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read

Brazil

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Federative Republic of Brazil
República Federativa do Brasil (in Portuguese)
Flag of Brazil
Flag
Coat of arms of Brazil
Coat of arms
Motto: "Ordem e Progresso"
(in Portuguese)
"Order and Progress"
Anthem: Hino Nacional Brasileiro
(in Portuguese)
"Brazilian National Anthem"
National seal
Selo Nacional do Brasil National Seal of Brazil (color).svg
(in Portuguese)
"National Seal of Brazil"
Brazil (orthographic projection).svg
Capital Brasília
Largest city São Paulo
Official languages Portuguese
Ethnic groups (2008
)
48.43% White
43.80% Brown (Multiracial)
6.84% Black
0.58% Asian
0.28% Amerindian
Demonym Brazilian
Government Federal presidential constitutional republic
Dilma Rousseff (PT)
Michel Temer (PMDB)
Marco Maia (PT)
José Sarney (PMDB)
Cezar Peluso
Legislature National Congress
Federal Senate
Chamber of Deputies
Independence from Kingdom of Portugal
7 September 1822
29 August 1825
15 November 1889
5 October 1988
Area
• Total
8,514,877 km2 (3,287,612 sq mi) (5th)
• Water (%)
0.65
Population
• 2010 census
190,732,694 [1]
• Density
22/km2 (57.0/sq mi) (182nd)
GDP (PPP) 2010 estimate
• Total
$2.181 trillion[2] (7th)
• Per capita
$11,289[2] (71st)
GDP (nominal) 2010 estimate
• Total
$2.023 trillion[2] (8th)
• Per capita
$10,471[2] (55th)
Gini (2008) 49,3[3]
Error: Invalid Gini value
HDI (2010) 0.699[4]
Error: Invalid HDI value · 73rd
Currency Real (R$) (BRL)
Time zone BRT (UTC-2 to -4)
• Summer (DST)
BRST (UTC-2 to -4)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy (CE)
Drives on the right
Calling code +55
ISO 3166 code BR
Internet TLD .br
This is what the typical person in Brazil looks like.[5] They are very mestizo with mainly Subsaharan African admixture because the majority of the slaves to the Americas went to Brazil and the Caribbean.

Brazil, is a country in South America. Brazil is completely mongrelized. But instead of eliminating racial tensions, it has increased it.[6]

Like in Europe, in Brazil if you say anything politically incorrect on the internet, the government will imprison you for a minimum of eight years which is longer than they imprison child molestors for. Facebook is especially bad since Mark Zuckerberg helps the police stalk you down for Anti-Communist speech. Who is leading this persecution of people having thoughtcrimes in Brazil? The Jews of course. It is Salvador Ohana, president of the Jewish federation of the state of Minas Gerais (a state in Brazil).[7]

2016 Rio Olympics: Athletes Warned They Will Be Swimming in Feces

Athletes competing in the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil have been warned by doctors, engineers, and scientists that they will be swimming in feces and to keep their mouths shut while participating in activities in the water.

Many of the athletes felt content to relax and cuck out on the issue. “We just have to keep our mouths closed,” said 24-year-old Dutch athlete, Afrodite Zegers.

Andrew Anglin weighed in sarcastically, "The Brazilians are entirely equal to us in every way. The fact that they're not capable of removing the human refuse from their water in time for the Olympic games is only some kind of weird stroke of bad luck. It could have happened in Germany or Canada all the same."[8]

20th century history

During WWII, Brazil was forced by the U.S.A. to declare war against the Axis powers, countries that until this time had always been friendly and were a model for the Brazilian government and society. During this time, most of the immigrants were from the Axis nations, and the government started a big persecution against these people.

Foreign languages were forbidden to be taught or spoken. Police controlled cities like the German Blumenau, where most people were spoke German. In this police state, a white person could be arrested if he spoke it in public. Italians found it easier to adapt because of the language and culture similarity, while the Japanese used to be more isolated. Many Japanese were confined.[9]

Old History

Background

Brazil is the fifth-largest country by geographical area, the fifth most populous country, and the fourth most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Brazil has a coastline of over 7,367 kilometres. It borders Venezuela, Suriname, Guyana and the department of French Guiana to the north, Uruguay to the south, Argentina and Paraguay to the southwest, Bolivia and Peru to the west, and Colombia to the northwest. Numerous archipelagos are part of the Brazilian territory, such as Penedos de São Pedro e São Paulo, Fernando de Noronha, Trindade e Martim Vaz and Atol das Rocas.

Brazil is cut through by the Equator and Tropic of Capricorn and is home to varied fauna and flora, as well as extensive natural resources. The Brazilian population tends to concentrate along the coastline in large urban centers. While Brazil has one of the largest populations in the world, population density is low and the inner continental land has large areas of low population. The official language is Portuguese and Catholicism is the predominant religion.

Brazil was colonized by Portugal from 1500 until its independence in 1822. The republican system has been adopted since 1889, although its parliament dates back to 1824, when the first constitution was ratified. Its current Constitution defines Brazil as a Federative Republic. The Federation is formed by the indissoluble association of the States, the Federal District, and the Municipalities. There are currently 26 States and 5,564 Municipalities.

Despite its important Empire during the Peter II reign, during the XX century Brazil witnessed a big degradation of the society and its cultural values. The Catholic church lost the power that once had and the traditionalist and religion orientated population become some of the most degenerate in the world, making Brazil becoming famous for its carnival, prostitution, amoralism and violence. Although the Jewish population is very small, they own the media almost completely. U.S.A. and IMF also have a big control of Brazil. There is a big economic and social difference between states, and in urban areas is visible a big social inequality, with neighbourhoods divided by social class. The government and public administration is famous for the lack of honesty and public waste of money.

Prehistory

Probably the first inhabitants of Brazil were australoid as is demonstrate by a fossil called Luzia, the oldest found in America[10] . The solutrean hypothesis also argues that caucasoids have reached America before the asians. When the Portuguese arrived in Brazil, the Indians who lived there were of Asian origin who may have come more recently and exterminated the peoples who inhabited America before.

Discovery

Arrival of the portuguese.

The territory of Brazil was officially discovered by Portuguese navigator Pedro Álvares Cabral on 22 April of 1500. Before him, another Portuguese navigator called Duarte Pacheco Pereira reached Brazil in 1498 and a Spanish, Vicente Yáñez Pinzón, on 26 January of 1500.

The Brazilian territory was then was divided into twelve hereditary captaincies. Initially the settlements were on the coast especially where the cultivation of sugar cane was the main economic activity. Began the period of slavery, Africans that were already slaves in his native continent were purchased and brought to Brazil.

Then, the bandeirantes, explorers from São Paulo began to explore the countryside and expanded the territory beyond the limits of the Treaty of Tordesillas. During these expeditions, they discovered gold, which was decisive for the settlement of the countryside of Brazil.

Between 1580 and 1640, Portugal together with its colonies was part of Spain, so Brazil was under Spanish rule. During 1630 to 1654, the Dutch did a settlement in northeast Brazil (at the time the north portion on Brazil) what is called New Holland.

Independence and empire

Emperor Peter II.

On September 7, 1822, Dom Pedro de Alcântara proclaimed the independence of Brazil in relation to the united kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and Algarves, and founded the Empire of Brazil, being crowned as Emperor Dom Pedro I. He reigned until 1831, when he abdicated and passed the Brazilian Crown to his son, Dom Pedro de Alcântara, which was only five. At fourteen, in 1840, Dom Pedro de Alcantara (son) had declared his majority, being crowned emperor in the following year, as Dom Pedro II. The new emperor extinguished the slave trade in 1850. Gradually, European immigrants replaced the slaves. In 1888, Princess Imperial of Brazil, D. Isabel of Braganza, daughter of Dom Pedro II, signed the Golden Law, which abolishes slavery in Brazil.

On November 15, 1889, happened the proclamation of the republic by Marshal Manuel Deodoro da Fonseca (Freemason) and begins the Old Republic, that end in 1930 with the arrival of Getúlio Vargas to power.

Military government

German Brazilian

A German Brazilian (German: Deutschbrasilianer, Portuguese: teuto-brasileiro or germano-brasileiro; also: alemão) is a Brazilian person of ethnic German ancestry or origin. German Brazilians live in the entire country, although the overwhelming percentage is found in the country's South Region, mainly in the states of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, with lesser but still significant degree in the Southeast Region. German dialects together make up the second most spoken first language in Brazil. A few Brazilian municipalities have Brazilian Hunsrückisch and Germanic Pomeranian as co-official with Portuguese. They are located in Southern Brazil and Espírito Santo. About 12 million Brazilians have at least some German heritage, 1.5 million speak German.

See also

References

External links

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