SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Last week, in his speech to the United Nations’ General Assembly, President Jair Bolsonaro attacked those who he said wanted to keep the indigenous population of the country underdeveloped and poor. The President noted that his plans to develop the Amazon region, including indigenous territory, was supported by a "group of indigenous farmers".
“The indigenous do not want to be poor landowners on rich lands. Especially from the richest lands . . .