Judge calls Bolsonaro “nazi-fascist” and compares supporters to “cattle”

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Yesterday, a judge compared Bolsonarista protesters to “cattle” in a decree designating the cleaning of federal highways in Rio Grande do Sul, calling President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), Russian President Vladmir Putin and Former US President Donald Trump.

Following the re-election of the president on Sunday (30), protesters took to the streets across Brazil to defend a coup d’etat against the inauguration of elected president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT).

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Federal judge Carlos Felipe Komorowski, in one of his rulings, fined individuals 10,000 BRL and companies that did not respect the decision and maintained blocks 100,000 BRL; this fine would be doubled for each hour of non-compliance.

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Federal intervention. After issuing three orders in favor of clearing, Komorowski reinforced his demand by citing the “hopeless” situation yesterday morning at 2 a.m., “when thousands of people in several cities gathered outside the barracks of the armed forces, a so-called ., ‘federal intervention’.”

At the end of the verdict, the judge decided to “protest”.

He began, “There is no full life in a dictatorship. Regardless of country, religion, ethnicity or political prejudice, right or left, it never was and still does not exist.”

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Protesters blocking a road in Rio Grande do Sul

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Car washing? He wrote that “mainly in the last 8 years, 7 months and 12 days, democracy in Brazil has been neglected by the Ministry of the Judiciary and Public, which directly led to this situation,” without reference to Operation Car Wash.

The operation, launched in March 2014, led by elected senator and former judge Sergio Moro, has been identified as one of the causes of the institutional crisis that resulted in the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff (PT) and the arrest of former President Luiz Inácio in 2016. Lula da Silva (PT) in 2018.

Fast forward thirty-four years [desde a Constituição de 1988] and modern Nazi-fascist leaders, such as Bolsonaro, Trump, and Putin, have won popular support. Because the Nazis spread death on the basis of discrimination and fascists, because they tried to dominate everything and everyone.
Carlos Felipe Komorowski, federal judge

“I don’t understand people’s commitment to leaders at this level,” he continues. “What explains the Nazi-fascist desire?”

He even makes a pun on the president’s electorate, dubbed “cattle” by dissidents.

“Is the taste of touching like cattle a manifestation of masochism? – By the license of cattle, already so exploited and still its name and image are associated with it,” he said.

HE UOL He wanted to interview the judge, but did not receive any response until the publication of this report.

Police end blockades

Last night, PRF (Policia Rodoviária Federal) reported that federal highways in Brazil are no longer congested (flow is completely blocked), but 24 roads are partially blocked in Amazonas, Mato Grosso do Sul, Mato Grosso, Pará. and Rondônia.

Earlier today, the company reported that that number had dropped to 15 after 936 protests were withdrawn and 3,500 fines were issued.

11.04.2022 12:21

source: Noticias

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