Brazil's Next President Is Jewish And Why It Matters

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Although the final installment of Brazil's highly anticipated presidential elections are still a couple of weeks away, the presidential showdown features two Jewish Brazilians.

First, we have the far-right leaning front runner, Jair Bolsonaro who has been likened to the "Donald Trump of Brazil" as a result of some of the comments he has made about females, rape, and his pseudo-patriotic "Brazil first" speeches. 

Similar to Trump, Bolsonaro plans to hand the nation's financial and economic decisions over to his Jewish economic adviser, Paulo Guedes who is now being investigated for mismanagement of one of Brazil's public pension plans. 

Trailing in the polls by a very large margin is the Jewish left-leaning candidate, Fernando Haddad who promises to keep Brazil's assets out of reach of the private markets. 

Regardless who wins, Jewish interests will remain at the forefront of Brazilian politics because Brazil will continue its tradition of electing a Jewish president most likely without the knowledge of the Brazilian people. And if Wall Street gets its way (and it usually does) Bolsonaro will become Brazil's next president.  

Jewish control over Brazilian politics, economics and finance has been prevalent on for many decades. All one has to do in order to confirm this is to check into the backgrounds of the current and former economic and finance ministers of the Brazilian government. And while you're at it you might want to take a close look at the top men (past and present) running Brazili's central bank. 

In addition to Brazil's current president (Temer) having Jewish roots, I am about 80% confident that the previous president (Rousseff) is also Jewish.

Even Brazil's most popular president ever, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva who is (ironically) sitting behind bars for his role in bribery and corruption charges that were part of the biggest political scandal in (at least) modern world history is Jewish. 

By no means have I exhausted the list of Brazilian presidents and other key officials with Jewish ties. You should note that control by the Jewish mafia is similar in most other Latin American nations. 

It's like I've been saying for some time now, the Jewish mafia control all of the options so that once you identify a bad figure or system, you will vote for or support one or more options hoping things will change. The only problem is that the Jewish mafia always controls all of the options to ensure that no matter who or what you support, you will always play by their rules. 

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