Paraguayan Senator Advocates Death of 100,000 Brazilians in Paraguay

The region where the video was recorded, near the border with Brazil, is a soy producer. Most properties are owned by Brazilians who migrated there decades ago, known as 'brasiguaios' ('braziguayans').

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A video showing a Paraguayan senator advocating the death of 100,000 Brazilians living in Paraguay prompted a reaction from local political circles.

In a recording made on a cell phone last Monday, November 25th, Paraguayan Senator Cubas Colomes, 57, addresses a group of people on the side of a road in the city of Minga Porá, next to a truck loaded with wood.

He asks if the wood came . . .

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