Bolsonaro Calls “Fight for Equality” and “Social Justice” Efforts to Import Racial Tension

In his speech during the G20 conference, the President pursued the denialist approach to racism adopted by the government after the murder of João Alberto Silveira Freitas at a Carrefour supermarket in Porto Alegre.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In his speech on Saturday, November 21st, during the G20 conference - the group comprising the countries with the world's largest economies - President Jair Bolsonaro once again rejected racism in Brazil, saying that there are "attempts to import tensions into our territory that are alien to our history."

According to Bolsonaro, "the fight for equality" or "social justice" are merely attempts to destroy the affection conquered by the . . .

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