Right Wing Countries with High Covid Cases Prove Conservatives Are the Problem

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro shows how Right Wingers around the world are all the same:

  • Heartless, telling people to Stop Whining about Covid-19
  • Incompetent, refusing to follow science, causing high death rates by Covid-19
  • Mean spirited… lashing out at Journalists
  • Corruption and scandals

 

Brazil’s President Bolsonaro lashes out at journalists

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has been lashing out at the country’s media after stories of a corruption scandal, allegedly involving his sons and wife. But, his popularity is on the rise.

 

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Far-Right Extremism: Why We Should Be Concerned

 

Far-Right Extremism Is a Global Problem

From Brazil to the United States, Hungary to New Zealand, right-wing extremist ideas and groups are posing a grave threat to democratic societies. Within this context, the ongoing support U.S. President Donald Trump receives from parts of his base despite the drop in his approval numbers and the riot at the U.S.

Per the above article; “From Brazil to the United States, Hungary to New Zealand, right-wing extremist ideas and groups are posing a grave threat to democratic societies. Within this context, the ongoing support U.S. President Donald Trump receives from parts of his base despite the drop in his approval numbers and the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 reflects the continued evolution of a global threat.

As New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden emphasized after a right-wing terrorist killed over 50 people at a pair of mosques in her country, “there is no question that ideas and language of division and hate have existed for decades, but their form of distribution, the tools of organization—they are new.”

If there is any hope of repairing those divides and advancing equality, rule of law, an inclusive civil society, and respect for human rights, the United States needs to work with other countries and multilateral organizations to build a coalition to combat the growth and spread of right-wing extremism”.

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