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22% less homicides in ONE year
Brazil Sputy 
say what you want about Bolsonaro, Violence is brazilian number ONE demand and he reduced the number of homicides in 22% in ONE year, this alone gonna make him be reelected. 22% in one year is crazy, the public politic of putting cartel criminals in Federal prisons and the zero tolerance is gettig ood results... Source> foreignpolicy.com/2019/04/22/brazils-mur..
2020-01-22 03:27
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oy vey he is a Nazi and contributed to the 6 gorillion deaths
2020-01-22 03:28
#5
Brazil Sputy 
he is a dumb oldman full of preudices, he doesnt like gays and shit, but he is not a nazi, he is the regular dumb 70 years old
2020-01-22 03:30
Oh, you naive dumb kid.
2020-01-22 05:29
motherfucker loves jews, goes to israel all the time, only talks about how great they are and he is a nazi... perfect sense
2020-01-22 05:31
I guess only Israel has same spread of corruption :D Netanjahu getting pm spot everytime because the corrupt elite has to keep him protected or they all go down...
2020-01-22 16:15
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Spain LucaGarcia 
Bolsonaro 17 BOLSONARO BEST
2020-01-22 03:29
It's absurd how such an obvious move could not be made by previous presidents.
2020-01-22 03:29
#9
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Germany Neckarstadion 
They probably took some nice money from the cartels to be more lenient towards them.
2020-01-22 03:32
Fun fact: a few months ago, a conversation between two influential criminals has been secretly recorded and then leaked to the public. Basically, they were both commenting on how good their "relationship" with politicians used to be before Bolsonaro came into office. Kinda revealing, but not surprising.
2020-01-22 03:55
oh, so there was a "leak" telling you how great your authorities are... sweet. one could question the authencity of that. i would definitely.
2020-01-22 16:50
If only you knew portuguese... politica.estadao.com.br/blogs/fausto-mac..
2020-01-22 17:19
teach me!
2020-01-22 20:35
yes, it makes you believe the cartels are so influent into politics that they didnt allow it to happen, that's the only reason i can think of
2020-01-22 03:32
Too bad this article greats Tremer not Bolsonaro then.
2020-01-22 04:05
this article is a bit bias anti-bolsonaro. The brazilian case is very specific, there is major cartels in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and the northeast region, there is almost no regular crime in brasil, it is all organized crime, most of the deaths are between members of those cartels, they control drug selling, robbery, kidnapping you name it... the BIG names of those cartels sooner or later go to prison but nothing changes they control all the actions inside the prisons, its a known fact, bolsonaro got all those men and put in Federal Prisons in a regime of 22 hours inside with no connection to the outside world, there is even Celphone signal blockers installed, it seems like a simple thing, but normally simple things is what gives you good results...
2020-01-22 04:11
I doubt you'll ever find an article written by a leftist (such as Muggah and/or Szabó, for example) saying anything positive about Bolsonaro.
2020-01-22 04:39
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Germany leftist 
because there is nothing good to say about this fashist
2020-01-22 05:16
#103
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United States Gryff1n76 
A german is certainly one to talk about fascism
2020-01-23 03:19
leftist greeting Tremer pick one
2020-01-22 13:26
I pick both. It's not because most leftists hated Temer - he's one of them, by the way - for supposedly orchestrating former radical communist and murderer Dilma Rousseff's impeachment that they wouldn't use him as an excuse to discredit Bolsonaro and his efforts to lower Brazil's murder rate. Hell, leftists are even holding him accountable for the execution of a black lesbian deputy no one has ever heard of until the night of her death based on the fact that a son of his took a photo with one of the suspects in 2004. Yet, not a single left leaning soul wants to know what truly happened to Celso Daniel.
2020-01-22 15:59
Right party Leftist Pick one
2020-01-22 16:27
There is no such thing as a "right wing party" in Brazil. One is either proudly socialist/communist or "social democratic" whose ideals still involve significant economic interventionism and "progressiveness".
2020-01-22 17:06
I assume you mean PT is the communist one. Too bad for your picture, they didn't install communism at all when they were ruling Brazil for 13 years. And calling liberalism "significant economic interventionism" is just misinterpretation. But I'm not surprised as brazilian in this thread were able to cheer for Bolsonaro by linking an article saying the complete opposite.
2020-01-22 18:27
"I assume you mean PT is the communist one". Wrong. The Workers' Party is just the most popular socialist one, aligned with Maduro, Ortega, the Castros and the whole Foro de São Paulo. PCB, PCdoB, PSTU, PCO, UP... those are the communist ones, often very supportive of PT during elections. "They didn't install communism at all when they were ruling Brazil for 13 years". Who needs an armed revolution when you already sponsor the media (most brazilians still informed themselves politically through the TV in the 2000s); rule over schools and universities to the point where students with different opinions felt and still feel the need to remain silent to this day in fear of being sabotaged by teachers and even beaten up by radical, indoctrinated peers patrolling it all; and have almost every single entertainer/artist/film maker/writer/musician/intellectual/internet celebrity eating out of your hand? The justice system obey$ you, the good selling of commodities have allowed you to create several unsustainable social programs and state-owned enterprises that would fool a few million citizens for a while (you should have invested in infrastructure but you didn't), the approval rating continues to indicate high popularity despite the inumerous corruption scandals unfolding, you were also able to elect a "comrade" as your successor before the greatest recession in Brazil's history started... Lula da Silva is a cunning man. If he hasn't stopped talking shamelessly about ideologies two decades prior to his victorious campaign, you'd never hear of him, ever. He even made Hitler a compliment in 1979. Now he says that he's sorry for not being radical when he had the chance. Lucky us I guess. "Calling liberalism 'significant economic interventionism' is just misinterpretation". You have no idea what liberalism is. "I'm not surprised as brazilian in this thread were able to cheer for Bolsonaro by linking an article saying the complete opposite". Although I might think OP didn't read the article as well, I'm yet to find where Bolsonaro explicitly attributed the decline of murders to himself as if it was a direct result of his actions. Also, I don't think those selfsame specialists would have spared him the blame if the numbers were going up instead.
2020-01-22 23:38
That's a very long reply to admit that indeed, PT is not communist and so no major party in Brazil is.
2020-01-23 00:11
I never said it was?
2020-01-23 00:13
#59
2020-01-23 00:13
I meant socialist OR communist there.
2020-01-23 00:15
So which ruling party is communist in Brazil?
2020-01-23 00:16
What do you mean by "ruling (communist) party"?
2020-01-23 00:33
I don't know you are the one who said "One is either proudly socialist/communist "
2020-01-23 12:23
Merci, you got beat bad, have some dignity and recognize your mistake or walk back because you're looking worse and worse with each reply.
2020-01-23 00:44
#68
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Oceania Rusuli 
Socialists rely on the country being ruined to get elected.
2020-01-22 20:45
Dead people can't kill
2020-01-22 03:30
nt prokda
2020-01-22 03:31
I'm not prokda WTF
2020-01-22 03:32
#8
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Brazil SH1NoOB 
I knew it was gonna be a bolsominion... what did he do to reduce the homicide numbers? he didnt do shit, its a product of temer's politics and a change in the organized crime scenario that was killing a lot of people and now they arent.
2020-01-22 03:32
i dont like bolsonaro, i didnt vote for him, but credit where its due, the 22% drop is not out of luck, it is public politics, in this case putting cartel bosses in federal prisons with no connection to the outside world.
2020-01-22 03:35
#39
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Yugoslavia plsnopermaban 
did you even read the article
2020-01-22 05:01
#42
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Germany leftist 
at least you ashamed to admit that you support this nazi
2020-01-22 05:12
Are you really suit to talk about nazis? Lol
2020-01-23 00:47
#48
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Germany leftist 
btw people who actually know politics already told ya that crime rates dropped because of temer's politics nt bolsominion
2020-01-22 06:59
Temer xaxaxaxa
2020-01-23 01:36
thats what people said in 2017 about donald trump and the economy
2020-01-22 03:46
another 2008-2009 if trump is elected the stocks will crash if we elect trump
2020-01-23 00:19
the economy will crash eventually anyways
2020-01-23 00:20
ofc but mostly MSM said RIP economy if trump is elected
2020-01-23 00:21
he was already elected
2020-01-23 00:21
BUT THE ECONOMY DIDNT CRASHED????? HOW MEDIA TOLD ME IF TRUMP IS PRESIDENT I WOULD LOSE MY HOUSE
2020-01-23 00:22
#41
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Germany leftist 
+111111111
2020-01-22 05:12
"The drop in lethal violence started well before the election of the self-styled crime-fighter-in-chief, President Jair Bolsonaro." Source :trust m... The article you link
2020-01-22 03:32
yes, it started to drop since 2016, but it was like 3 or 4% per year, the 22% drop is obviously because of public politics implemented in 2019
2020-01-22 03:34
bruh it literally state that it was insanely inflated by a major cartel war which has cooled down a lot
2020-01-22 03:37
you can compare the number of homicides in 2019 with any other year in the past 10 years, its the lowest. its true that in 2018 a cartel war inflated the number, compare to 2017 then.
2020-01-22 03:38
said it started in 2017, plus policing tools were upgraded in 2018 making 2019's drop by a ton
2020-01-22 03:44
this article is a bit bias anti-bolsonaro. The brazilian case is very specific, there is major cartels in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and the northeast region, there is almost no regular crime in brasil, it is all organized crime, most of the deaths are between members of those cartels, they control drug selling, robbery, kidnapping you name it... the BIG names of those cartels sooner or later go to prison but nothing changes they control all the actions inside the prisons, its a known fact, bolsonaro got all those men and put in Federal Prisons in a regime of 22 hours inside with no connection to the outside world, there is even Celphone signal blockers installed, it seems like a simple thing, but normally simple things is what gives you good results...
2020-01-22 03:49
yeah, they did say simple things, like using more information based policing, common practice in Europe and North America, and it gave good results
2020-01-22 03:55
Yes! Ii believe no country has tourism potential like brazil... brazil geography is something unmatched, the beachies, the cultural diversity, the landscape, brazil has an unbeliveble potential to be a visited country but it isnt, and the number one reason is because people all around the world is afraid to come here, if the violence drops a lot maybe a new brazil can be borned.
2020-01-22 03:58
bitch when did i say foreigners or visitors or tourism
2020-01-22 05:29
#13
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Brazil SH1NoOB 
bolsominions can only read the title, if they start reading the actual article their brain can overheat and cause a meltdown.
2020-01-22 03:34
so you brilliantly think that 22% drop is luck, i mean it could be anyone else and the number would be the same? he must be the luckiest man alive
2020-01-22 03:36
+1
2020-01-23 01:29
i hope this is a just bad bait kkkkkkk
2020-01-22 03:51
okay, thanks
2020-01-22 03:43
2020-01-22 03:48
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Brazil arturfelipe 
KKKKKKK
2020-01-22 04:15
#24
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Yugoslavia tomasev1c 
brazillians oficially shit at killing people in and now out of the server
2020-01-22 03:49
we are losing our touch
2020-01-22 04:08
kkkkkk your country is a pure meme i can't take seriously brazilians with low iq in this website sorry youtube.com/watch?v=wE1AWJxM5GY
2020-01-22 03:54
#34
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Brazil arturfelipe 
wtf, 90% of Brazilians using the internet have never seen this video
2020-01-22 04:17
#35
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Brazil arturfelipe 
but it is very funny
2020-01-22 04:18
#32
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Brazil JMB_17 
SELVA! AVANTE BRASIL! Bolsonaro, our GREAT leader will lead us to MANY GREAT WINS! I hope that we, the Brazilian people, can reelect him in 2022. It will be amazing for our culture and our future.
2020-01-22 04:11
#87
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Brazil adre221 
Actually disgusting. Not only are you worshiping a politician, you are praising democracy. You and the left are the same thing.
2020-01-23 00:44
#93
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Brazil JMB_17 
Shut up pls
2020-01-23 01:01
#94
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Brazil adre221 
Muuuuuuuu
2020-01-23 01:11
#101
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Brazil JMB_17 
haha thats funny xDDDDD
2020-01-23 02:24
#102
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Brazil adre221 
More funny than that is your collectivist mentality that puts you on the same boat as the leftists.
2020-01-23 03:15
#105
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Brazil JMB_17 
how can you make everything so unfunny. everything about you screams "BORING!"
2020-01-23 03:31
Will I be safe if I come to Rio for the major?
2020-01-22 04:19
Rio isn't safe
2020-01-22 04:22
#88
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Brazil adre221 
It depends. The event and whatever hotel you stay in is guaranteed to be 100% safe. However it could be dangerous to go out at night or go out to unknown places.
2020-01-23 00:47
#40
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Germany leftist 
Nice fake news, i actually impressed that you don't post Fox News or Russia Today Guns NEVER fix anything
2020-01-22 05:09
lol its oficcial numbers from policy departaments... unless you think all the police delegacies in the country are togheter faking numbers its non sense
2020-01-22 05:28
That has been done pretty much everywhere. And to think that would not happen in one of the most corrupt countries in the world :D
2020-01-22 16:11
brazil statistics departament is a very reliable source, they are very hard with their methodology and its a centenary institution... its so relible that brazil is painted as a worse shit hole that it actually is because many worse countries have numbers that makes you wonder...
2020-01-23 15:53
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Russia Islademuerto 
these 22% are mibr failing to get any kills
2020-01-22 07:06
Underrated post +1
2020-01-23 16:01
LOL
2020-01-23 16:06
> posted APRIL 22, 2019 what are the actual numbers?
2020-01-22 13:27
even lower. The midia is not even covering the drop anymore as it is positive propaganda to Bolsonaro's government.
2020-01-23 01:44
Proof that video games do cause violence. Violence peaked at 2016 when SK won the CSGO major. Now falling as brazillian csgo scene is failing. A clear trend.
2020-01-22 13:32
BOLSONARO > All BOLSONARO THE BEST <3
2020-01-22 16:45
#60
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Sweden hosk1 
isn't this a natural reaction?
2020-01-22 17:09
If you translated "Bolsonaro" in english would it be "Plastic baggy" ?
2020-01-22 17:37
Cause they always ask me "bolsa" when I go to store here
2020-01-22 17:38
#81
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Brazil adre221 
Bolsa means ''bag'' plastic bag would be ''sacola'' Bolso means ''pocket'' Bolsonaro's name doesn't translate to anything in portuguese, it's just a name.
2020-01-23 00:35
#66
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United States vikingswine 
Bolsonaro is my favorite south american leader of all time my Brazilian friend.
2020-01-22 20:40
I bet you also see Trump as the greatest US president of all time.
2020-01-23 00:38
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United States vikingswine 
No I do not. He is okay.
2020-01-23 01:19
bolsonaro sounds like an admiral in one piece.
2020-01-22 20:43
How. Did he stop the cops from killing people or has he just rigged the numbers?
2020-01-23 00:37
#85
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Brazil adre221 
In Brazil you could pretty much get away with murder, meaning that crime is actually extremely profitable. The cops are far from being the main problem, although the anti-drug policies are a major reason why a lot of places are violent.
2020-01-23 00:42
#84
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Brazil adre221 
That's... really unimpressive. Literally anything would be an improvement of the previous government. Of course, no state at all would be the best and only solution, but bolsonaro is a great cultural threat, because while he is considered right-wing, he still created new taxes and regulations, and in the end that's what the state always ends up absorbing (any policy that'd decrease the state would be abolished by the next government, while the ones that increases it remains).
2020-01-23 00:40
thats actually alot. impressive If corruption and mafia cartels is present in a nation, those issues are always 1st priority Happy to hear someone finally got the balls to grab the bull by its horns and cut the snakes heads off
2020-01-23 00:47
#91
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Other wholelottared 
boring
2020-01-23 00:50
bolsonaro needs to work together with the great white hope for economic deals and make brazil rich
2020-01-23 00:55
#97
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Italy spazioesterno 
still a bad country
2020-01-23 01:31
Lula 2022 respect my Brazil
2020-01-23 01:40
#104
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Syria Negrinhu 
It's not bolsonaro though, IT'S MORO!!!!!!!! MY FUTURE PRESIDENT!! BOLSONARO IS CANCELLED
2020-01-23 03:22
#106
North America TL0 
Its not hard to reduce by 22% when it's insanely high to begin with
2020-01-23 03:32
you have a point, but no one did it before
2020-01-23 15:55
22% are in total numbers?
2020-01-23 15:54
yes... it dropped from 57k murders to soemthing like 43k... something like 14k lives were saved.
2020-01-23 15:56
Yeah, because he killed most of them. Earlier government gave up on people, so they turned to crime and violence, jair becomes a president: I guess I'll kill criminals, instead of helping people.
2020-01-23 16:05
you are wrong. Earlier governament also reduced murder rates 3%. 22% in a year is just crazy good, you can compare to any year in the past 20, its the best ratings since the 80s.
2020-01-23 21:23
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