Brazil most racist and discriminator...

Brazil most racist and discriminatory places in world. A true Apartheid system.

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impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#1 Jan 1, 2013
Since independence in 1822, the Brazilian elite has sought to deny the nation's African roots. "In an effort to glorify the past, while making no concessions to the Portuguese, the elite started by promoting the Indians, the original masters of the land and no threat to the slave-makers," says the historian Richard Marin. Blacks were sidelined. Even the abolitionist writer Ruy Barbosa de Oliveirato, then finance minister, authorised much of the government records of slavery to be destroyed in 1890.
(White men are known for destroying the truth. They live their entire lives in a state of delusion and get angry when the original people of the earth refuse to believe in their fantasies.)

When slavery was finally abolished the former captives were left to fend for themselves. Unlike Abraham Lincoln, who established 4,000 schools for former slaves, Brazil did not open a single one.

But you will not hear this. You will instead get some Brazilians who will come into this African American Forum and tell you white lies. "Oh we all get along in Brazil" It is total and complete B.S.!

"With no land nor education, cut off from any social organisation, the enfranchised blacks were condemned to misery," according to historian Alain Rouquié. "The long-awaited abolition ultimately entrenched inequality."

Prior to the financial crisis of 1929 the boom in coffee production attracted 4 million immigrants from Europe with little concern for the country's colonial past. On the grounds that this young and prosperous nation could not flourish with a largely black population, European immigration was encouraged in order to "whiten" Brazil, to limpar o sangue (cleanse the blood).

This is why there are so many dumb white folk in America who really believe that only white folk know how to do anything at all. The lying scum buckets!

Efforts to reassert the country's racial legacy started in the 1920s with Brazilian Modernism, which cast off Europe's academic strictures, and the novels of Mario de Andrade, which focused on the switch from a white to a black culture. In the 1930s the work of sociologist Gilberto Freyre – in particular Casa Grande e Senzala (Masters and Slaves)– highlighted racial mixing as one of Brazil's defining features. He made no distinction between the three main ethnic groups – Africans, Indians and Portuguese.

This concept, which contrasted with the north American segregationist model, proved very popular in Brazil, boosting the legitimacy of the authoritarian Estado Novo regime, in power during the second world war. Half-white, half-black Nossa Senhora da Conceiçao Aparecida became the country's patron saint.

But there was a big gap between the supposed racial democracy and the actual condition of many Afro-Brazilians, the victims of racism. Concealed by the absence of legal segregation and the warmth of social intercourse, this "cordial racism" was denied.

Brazil... the land of denial and forced integration. White men have raped some many people of color and spoiled them with their inferior blood and genes...now they pretend like Brazil is one people. Don't believe the hype!
Impeach Obama

United States

#2 Jan 1, 2013
Nighurz are hated no matter where they pop up. Just like venereal disease...
impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#3 Jan 1, 2013
Impeach Obama wrote:
Nighurz are hated no matter where they pop up. Just like venereal disease...
You obviously missed the point which is sooo typical of you delusional basterds.
Impeach Obama

United States

#5 Jan 1, 2013
impeach Congress wrote:
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You obviously missed the point which is sooo typical of you delusional basterds.
And you're obviously a dumb low IQ inbred slave-descended ghetto ape.

PS: Obama is a f aggot.
impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#6 Jan 1, 2013
Higgs wrote:
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You should the PBS documentary by Henry L. Gates
Black in Latin America.
http://video.pbs.org/program/black-in-latin-a...
Incredible video, true story.
Bottom line: Brazil is racist country, although BROWN skin colored people are a MAJORITY in Brazil.
How come ?
Do your home work.
impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#7 Jan 1, 2013
Higgs wrote:
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You should the PBS documentary by Henry L. Gates
Black in Latin America.
http://video.pbs.org/program/black-in-latin-a...
Incredible video, true story.
Bottom line: Brazil is racist country, although BROWN skin colored people are a MAJORITY in Brazil.
How come ?
BRAZILIANS BY COLOUR
White: 93 million
Black: 11 million
"Grey" (mixed-race): 76 million
Other: 2 million
Source: Official household survey (known as PNAD) 2004

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Dublin

#8 Jan 1, 2013
White-Meditteranean. Portuguese mostly.....
impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#9 Jan 2, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
White-Meditteranean. Portuguese mostly.....
of course... racism is their invention. People of color have been living together in peace for centuries until the white man arrived upon our shores. FACT!

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Dublin

#10 Jan 2, 2013
impeach Congress wrote:
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of course... racism is their invention. People of color have been living together in peace for centuries until the white man arrived upon our shores. FACT!
There were always problems issues etc between local groups/tribes/kingdoms you know? Take my country Ireland for exmaple, we were colonised an oppressed by the British on racial/religious grounds, but even before they arrived we were fighting amongst ourselves over different Irish tribes/kingdoms territory etc. I'd say its the same most other parts of the world, I know of it in many place prior to colonisation.

In saying that, colonialism only made matters worse, I agree with you on that.....
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Morrow, GA

#11 Jan 2, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
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There were always problems issues etc between local groups/tribes/kingdoms you know? Take my country Ireland for exmaple, we were colonised an oppressed by the British on racial/religious grounds, but even before they arrived we were fighting amongst ourselves over different Irish tribes/kingdoms territory etc. I'd say its the same most other parts of the world, I know of it in many place prior to colonisation.
In saying that, colonialism only made matters worse, I agree with you on that.....
True. There were tribal wars mostly fought over territory. NOT over the color of a man's skin. THAT (racism) is straight from the Europeans. They are the only ones who think that they are God's Gift to Humanity. The "vainest" of Vain. Someday, I hope they will evolve "spiritually" are know that all else is nothing but "illusion!" The only power that exists is the mind. You'd think they'd catch a clue by now. Even when Nelson Mandela was inprisioned, he was more free than any of his oppressors. Same with Dr. King. A freedom the white man knows nothing about. He foolishly believes he has power and yet cannot even control himself.
impeach Congress

Morrow, GA

#12 Jan 2, 2013
Just look at their reactions to losing the presidential race. Crying like a bunch of infants. And STILL crying. Why? Because they lack understanding of the world, the energy of love and peace. They fight the air. LOL

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Dublin

#13 Jan 2, 2013
impeach Congress wrote:
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True. There were tribal wars mostly fought over territory. NOT over the color of a man's skin. THAT (racism) is straight from the Europeans. They are the only ones who think that they are God's Gift to Humanity. The "vainest" of Vain. Someday, I hope they will evolve "spiritually" are know that all else is nothing but "illusion!" The only power that exists is the mind. You'd think they'd catch a clue by now. Even when Nelson Mandela was inprisioned, he was more free than any of his oppressors. Same with Dr. King. A freedom the white man knows nothing about. He foolishly believes he has power and yet cannot even control himself.
Yeah true about the oppressor not knowing he himself is enslaved. But in fairness many white people/nations have also been oppressed and had to fight against it using similar tactics. They are more likely to side with the struggles of Mandela, King, etc....

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Dublin

#14 Jan 2, 2013
impeach Congress wrote:
Just look at their reactions to losing the presidential race. Crying like a bunch of infants. And STILL crying. Why? Because they lack understanding of the world, the energy of love and peace. They fight the air. LOL
Most people outside the US wanted Obama to win. I knew he would, the media made it out to be a lot closer that it was when all the polls actually pointed to an Obama win.

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