By Steve Dellar   |  09-29-2018   News
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In his first major interview since being stabbed, the right-wing populist candidate for the Brazilian presidential elections, Mr Jair Bolsonaro, said he would not accept the outcome of next month's election if he loses.

Speaking in his known straight-shooting style, the politician told a Brazilian TV broadcaster: "from what I see in the streets, I won't accept any result that is not my election."

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Mr Bolsonaro, a retired army captain, has led a very successful campaign in what has been Brazil's most polarizing election since the country's return to democracy in 1985.

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He had previously declared to not trust Brazil's top electoral court and accused the rival left-wing Workers' Party of resorting to fraud as its plan B in the upcoming vote. Polls suggest the second round runoff will be between the PT’s candidate, Mr Fernando Haddad, and himself.

Furthermore, Mr Bolsonaro’s running mate, retired General Hamilton Mourao, claimed that Brazil's armed forces might launch a coup if the judiciary is not ridden of political corruption.

However, the Bolsonaro campaign has thus far not provided any evidence of potential voter fraud.

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Earlier this week, Mr Bolsonaro started tweeting again, to the delight of his many fans on social media. He stated: “While they insist on fallacies, labels and this fixation with the word ‘dictatorship’, more than 14 million people are unemployed, citizens are held hostage in their own homes, there are 60,000 homicides and 50,000 women are being raped each year. This is what the people care about! It’s urgent!”

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His words were immediately shared on all platforms and the right-wing candidate followed up with: “We want to rescue our long-lost values and get Brazil out of this swamp of violence and corruption they have put us in! Our country can’t take another four years of this.”

He ended with: “God willing, from next year we will, together, change the destiny of Brazil.”

Source:

https://noticias.band.uol.com.br/brasilurgente/videos/16549451/datena-entrevista-bolsonaro-na-uti-parte-2

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Anonymous No. 38284 1538240144

I'm sure that every single one of his fears and accusations are realized on a daily basis! the left are immoral filth. They have become anti-human, sub- human creatures that need to be disposed of. Just my opinion, take it or leave it. ;)

Anonymous No. 38293 1538244582

For most of the Brazilian people the period of the military regime was the one of greatest prosperity in the country. The military prevented communist terrorists from taking power. They killed many people through their terrorist acts, this they do not say. As Chaves did in Venezuela, financed by corruption, drug trafficking and money stolen from Brazil by communist Lula and by the Cuban influence of the São Paulo Forum. The 60,000 murders occurring in Brazil mean that the left plan is working, the goal is to disorganize the country to seize power, through force or rigged elections. Almost the entire Brazilian press is committed to the left and does not care about the risk that country is running, since they receive a lot of money from the government. The fakenews against Mr. Bolsonaro are often produced by the press itself. The only candidate in the elections that is not part of this scheme is Mr. Bolsonaro.

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