Breaking: Jair Bolsonaro elected President of Brazil

Jair Bolsonaro. From Twitter.

The globalist stranglehold on the levers of power throughout the world has been eased just a little bit more today, with the election of Jair Bolsonaro as President of Brazil. We all know that when the NPC-MSM use the term “far-right” with regard to a political figure, then that person represents genuine conservative values and has the guts to see them through.

From the ABC:

“Populist far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro — the man dubbed South America’s Donald Trump — has won Brazil’s presidential election, official results have shown.”

Wee also know that when the NPC-MSM compare somebody to Donald Trump they mean “evil”. For almost everybody else, that means somebody who is actually prepared to stick up for things that matter to regular people.

“With 96 per cent of the ballots counted, the former army captain had 55.5 per cent of the votes in the run-off election against left-wing hopeful Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party (PT), who had 44.4 per cent, according to the Supreme Electoral Tribunal.

“Known for his attacks on women, gays and black people, Mr Bolsonaro was a divisive and controversial candidate who nevertheless maintained his frontrunner position throughout the election campaign.”

So “divisive” that a far-left terrorist stabbed him:

“Despite being stabbed at a rally in early September, Mr Bolsonaro recovered from the subsequent surgery quickly to return to the campaign trail.”

We would link you to dozens of articles from the NPC-MSM making the case that the far-left’s divisive identity politics, which has constantly sought to turn the people of all nations against each other over the most trivial of matters, has led to an escalation of violence by far-left terrorists against conservative leaders and ordinary people, but you know….

“He rode a wave of frustration over corruption and crime that brought a dramatic swing to the right in the world’s fourth-largest democracy.

“As well as what his opponents describe as racist, sexist and homophobic views — he even told one congresswoman she was too ugly to rape — Mr Bolsonaro has a fondness for Brazil’s brutal military dictatorship that came to an end in 1985.”

Adam Piggott recently highlighted some of Bolsonaro’s best moments:

“I will not fight against it nor discriminate, but if I see two men kissing on the street, I’ll beat them up.”“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 a mustachioed man.”“I never hit my ex-wife. But many times I wanted to shoot her.”

“Pinochet should have killed more people.”

If you would like a little more background on the left’s latest hate figure, Red Elephants has made an excellent summary.

This election result provides a great addition to the growing army of leaders who represent the will of the people rather than the globalists. Expect hit pieces in the media, strong words and threats of economic repercussions from globalist institutions, and further violence from the terrorist left in response.

The upside is that we could hear a lot less rubbish about how Brazil is a beautiful example of a diverse, multicultural democracy, and a lot more about how the European-descended people of Brazil, who still hold on to a slim demographic majority, have able to regain control of their country and steer it away from a descent into socialist darkness.

And this time, thanks to the internet, we will not let the left tell the story to the next generation. Instead of being lectured endlessly on the supposed evils of so-called “fascism”, we in the independent media will be able to demonstrate how the principles of nationalism, European identity, traditional values and the free market were able to make a country prosperous.

You can’t stop the signal.