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Lula Minister Signs Order Allowing Child Services to Take Children Away from Election Protesters

Jane Zirkle at The War Room reported on Sunday that Brazilian Justice Inspector, Minister Luis Felipe Salomao. who was appointed as a minister by then-President Lula da Silva back in 2008, signed an order allowing child services to take children away from election protesters.

Since October MILLIONS of Brazilians have taken to the streets to protest what they claim was a stolen election from populist President Jair Bolsonaro.

From the tweet below: (translated) Around 22:00 hours (11/18/22) the Tutelary Council tried to remove children from their parents, in front of the Army Battalion on Av.Fernandes Lima – Maceió-AL

The Brazilian protesters pushed the child services representatives away from the crowd.

Mainstream media such as O Globo refuse to report on what may be the largest protests the world has ever seen, fueling even more rage and disappointment among the Brazilian people.

On Thursday, the court ordered banks to block funds from at least 42 agricultural entrepreneurs supporting President Jair Bolsonaro.

Supreme Court Minister Alexandre de Moraes ordered the blocking of the bank accounts of at least 42 individuals and companies in Mato Grosso, suspected of financing the protests, CBN reported.

“The list was made by the Federal Police and the Federal Highway Police at the request of Moraes himself, upon receiving the news that 115 trucks had moved to Brasília, with the aim of reinforcing the acts, at the headquarters of the Army’s General Headquarters (QC). The decision was forwarded to the Central Bank last Saturday,” the outlet reported.

“In the decision, the minister stated that the rights to strike and assemble are guaranteed by the Federal Constitution. However, he said that the acts carried out since the first week of November are “anti-democratic” and “illegal.”

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  • Rob says:

    “In the decision, the minister stated that the rights to strike and assemble are guaranteed by the Federal Constitution. However, he said that the acts carried out since the first week of November are “anti-democratic” and “illegal.” – But running a corrupt election isn’t anti democratic and is legal? Attacking personal and business banking accounts, taking their earned income or at least blocking it and unjustly holding money from people is taking of personal property and that isn’t “anti-democratic and is not illegal? Now the threat of hey you speak out we will kidnap your kids so shut up and sit down, that is not anti democratic and that is not illegal? Of course they are but a corrupt government makes it legal to use the government to attack its own people. They depend on their people to survive, then turn around and use the money they took from the people to use against them. All the while telling the people that they are a democracy not a dictatorship. All Governments across the globe are using dictator type actions against their own people. The world could learn a thing or two about how to deal with corrupt governments by learning how the Egyptians dealt with their corrupt government.

  • Louis Galmarini says:

    Lock and load, people. It’s going to happen here.

    Why? When our own government no longer sees us as human beings with dignity and worth but as things to be manipulated, maneuvered, mined for data, manhandled, conned into believing it has our best interests at heart, mistreated, jailed if we dare step out of line, and then punished unjustly without remorse—all the while refusing to own up to its failings—we are no longer operating under a Constitutional Republic. We’re living under a neo-Marxist dictatorship.

  • Jeremy says:

    Imagine what they could do if they hadn’t forfeited their firearms?

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