Is Brazil About to Face a Military Coup? Brian Mier on Brazil’s March Towards Fascism + Trumpworld Gets a Red-Carpet Welcome in Bolsonaro’s Brazil

Is Brazil About to Face a Military Coup? Brian Mier on Brazil’s March Towards Fascism

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Trumpworld Gets a Red-Carpet Welcome in Bolsonaro’s Brazil

“In many ways, Brazil’s movement is actually far more advanced than we are in the United States,” Bannon tells Bloomberg. He views Brazil as being among a handful of countries where Trumpist political forces could herald a global revival of right-wing nationalism—an outcome he’s actively promoting. “In 2016, the Brexit win in June was inextricably linked to Trump’s upset victory in November,” he says. “Bolsonaro’s heavyweight title fight against Lula next October,” as well as the showdown in France between President Emmanuel Macron and his far-right challenger, Marine Le Pen, “will set the stage for the American midterm elections,” Bannon says. Many U.S. political experts expect Republicans to retake the House of Representatives in November 2022.

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