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Brazil Second Presidential N Paliament Elections 2018 Genral

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Brazil second round Presidential Elections Vote and Post

1 - We support Far Right Wing former army Captain Jair Bolsonaro and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão of the Far Right Wing Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brazil for President and Vice President of Brazil.
104
49%
2 - We support Fernando Haddad of the Far Leftist Workers Party of Brazil and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win, for President and Vice President of Brazil.
73
34%
3 - We support neither candidates and we vote Blank Ballots, either candidates will be bad for Brazil and the Brazilian people.
37
17%
 
Total votes : 214

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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:09 am

Posted today Sunday oct 28 2018
Posted today Sunday oct 28 2018:
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Vote and Post even if you are certain who is going to win, thank you to all my fellow Nation Stater s who have posted and voted so far and to those that will vote and post that have not done so far, on my real life OP Thread on the General forum, thank you.

I your real life OP Thread Host as I like to call myself, will Post and announce the winner of the official Presidential election results of the real life Brazilian Presidential elections after all 100 % of the votes are counted and reported by the real life Government of Brazil, I will not post the official election results of the Presidential elections of the real life government and nation of Brazil with 95 % of the votes counted and reported, or with 99.99 % of the votes counted and reported, I will Post the official election results of the real life nation and government of Brazil after all 100 % of the votes are counted and reported by the real life government and nation of Brazil, no matter what you hear in the Fake news media lol, (Just a joke and only a joke) I want to make this point very clear.

Vote and Post today is the last official day you can vote and post on this real life thread om the general forum, but the Poll has no end date, so I guess you can vote and post after today as well.

The second round Brazilian Presidential Elections is today Sunday oct 28 2018.

I happen to have bad eye sight as it is and I have been complaining about my bad eye sight on NS for years .
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Vote and Post even if you know who is going to win, thank you to the 11 voters who have voted so far and those who will vote, the official winner will be announced and declared after all 100 % of the votes are counted and announced, no matter what rumors you here in the news media.

Thank you all for your votes and post on my thread, even if the elections result is certain, here are the economic policies of Javier Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad a good article for discussion, and former Brazilian President Lula da Silva of the Far Leftist Workers Party of Brazil urges Brazilians to vote for Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party of Brazil as President and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil as his Vice President of Brazil, and the Cuban government calls Lula da Silva Compañero Lula da Silva Lula Fidel and Raúl look like Brothers it is uncanny I can prove it with my posts and Pics, Please scroll Down to the Pics, many interesting and informative Pics here:
https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1108199

Jair Bolsonaro Econonmic Policies good for Brazil or Bad for Brazil?

Fernando Haddad Economic Policies good for Brazil or Bad for Brazil?

https://www.france24.com/en/20181008-bo ... zil-future

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To my critics and my other fellow Nation Staters, If the thread looks like an RP it is because I needed something for the OP introduction post, and everything I have posted here is possible if either candidate wins, and I will prove it with my posts, check out the Datafolha Poll post 12 on the thread, of Brazilian Citizens concerns of a possible new military dictator ship in Brazil if former Army Captain Jair Bolsonaro and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão wins even though it looks like they will.

I respect every one's right to post in their own way and style, I don't tell any fellow Nation Stater what to post, what not to post and how to post it on any nations thread, and especially on their own Thread. Your OP Thread Host Brasilia Brazil as I call myself.

ImageImage: Far Right win former army Captian Jair Bolsonaro of the Conservative Social Liberal Party and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão for President and Vice President of Brazil.
We support Far Right Wing former army Captain Jair Bolsonaro and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão of the Far Right Wing Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brazil for President and Vice President of Brazil.

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Fernando Haadad of the Leftist Workers Party of Brazil, a successful Brazilian businessman and politician, of Christian Lebanese immigrant descent, with Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win, has a master's degree in economics and a doctorate in philosophy from the University of São Paul

We support Fernando Haddad of the Far Leftist Workers Party of Brazil and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win, for President and Vice President of Brazil.

We support neither candidates and we vote Blank Ballots, either candidates will be bad for Brazil and the Brazilian people.

President Jair Bolsonaro and Vice President Antonio Hamilton Mourã will bring economic prosperity to Brazil will Make Brazil Great Again, They will create millions of new jobs and small private businesses improving the lives of the Brazilian people.

President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil will have a strong friend and ally in President Donald Trump of the USA of America who will help him Make Brazil Great Again.

President Fernando Haddad and Vice President Manuela D'avila will bring economic prosperity and social justice to Brazil. They will create many social programs to help the poor people of Brazil.

There is a danger of a new military dictatorship government in Brazil if former Army Captain Jair Bolsonaro and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão of the Far Right Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brazil become President and Vice President of Brazil.

We will see hundreds of thousands of refugee exiles all over Hispanic Latin America and Perhaps the USA.

There is a danger of a Leftist socialist communist government in Brazil if Fernando Haddad of the Far Leftist Workers Party of Brazil and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil become President and Vice President of Brazil.

They will ally will Raúl and Diaz-Canel of Communist Socialist Revolution of Cuba and Nicolás Maduro of the Boliviarian Chavista Socialist Revolution of Venezuela, with their Leftist Amigo Friends President of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua and President Evo Morales of Bolivia and perhaps with President Lenín Moreno of Ecuador.

We will see hundreds of thousands of refugee exiles all over Hispanic Latin America and Perhaps the USA. The leftist refugee exiles might move to Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua or Bolivia, perhaps Ecuador.

Vote and Post.
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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:09 am

Reserved for official Presidential Election Results, Keep voting and posting, post links that deal either candidate, post about things in the press on Bolsonaro's Election and discuss, the poll has no end date, thank you,

This post will also be posted on the official election results post the second post on this thread
https://g1.globo.com/politica/eleicoes/ ... ente.ghtml
Posted Wednesday oct 31 2018:
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President and Vice President Elect, Far Right wing former army Captian Jair Bolsonaro of the Conservative Social Liberal Party and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão claim victory.

For the official record of the 2018 Brazilian presidential elections of the general forum.
The winner is former Army Captain and President elect Jair Bolsonaro Far Right Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brasil
And retired General and Vice President elect Antonio Hamilton Mourão.

39.24 % of all eligible voters voting voted for Far Right Jair Bolsonaro and Antonio Hamilton Mourão, of the Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brazil. and 31.93 % of all eligible voters voted for Fernando Haddad of the Far Left Workers party of Brazil and Manuela Mourão, by 10 756 941 votes and a small margin of 7.31 % of all eligible voters voting.

The official election results are a lot closer than they seem if you calculated by total eligible voters voting, discuss how close it was in terms of all eligible voters voting, if all eligible voters had voted would it have changed the election results?

I think Jair Bolsonaro would have received about the same support or perhaps even more if the 21.30 % who abstained would have voted.

Discuss who are or what are the 21.30 % who abstained, the poor, the working class or the middle class, that did not care or bothered to vote, why do think they did not bother to vote?

I think most of the ones who abstained were the working class that felt it did not matter who won and did not fear either candidate

I think most of the posts on this thread have been about how bad either candidate is or might be for democracy in Brazil, if they would have established an eternal military dictatorship of the right, or an eternal dictatorship of the left, and which one is worse.

So now discuss which candidate you think is better for the Brazilian economy and society in general, discuss their different economic and social policies, immigration polices and foreign policies towards the EU, Canada, the Hispanic nations and other nations, would Fernando Haddad have been a better President on the economy and social issues than Jair Bolsonaro.

of all eligible voters voting:
057 797 847 - 39.24 % - Jair Bolsonaro Far Right Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brasil.
047 040 906 - 31.93 % - Fernando Haddad Far Left Workers Party of Brasil.
002 486 596 - 01.69 % - Blank Ballot votes for neither candidates
008 608 105 - 05.84 % - Anulled votes
115 933 451 - 78.70 % - Total voter turn out and Ballots deposited 78.70 %
031 372 843 - 21.30 % - Not voting for either candidates abstained 21.30 %
147 306 294 - 00.00 % - Total eligible voters

057 797 847 - 55.13 % - President elect Jair Bolsonaro of the far right concervative social liberal party.
047 040 906 - 44.87 % - Fernando Haddad of the far left workers party.
104 838 753 - 00.00 % - Total votes

057 797 847 - 53.85 % - Jair Bolsonaro far right conservative social liberal party.
047 040 906 - 43.83 % - Fernando Haddad far left workers party.
002 486 596 - 02.32 % - Blank Ballot votes for neither candidates.
104 838 753 - 00.00 % - Total votes

057 797 847 - 53.85 % - Jair Bolsonaro far right conservative social liberal party.
047 040 906 - 43.83 % - Fernando Haddad far left Workers Party.
002 486 596 - 02.32 % - Blank Ballot votes for neither candidates.
008 608 105 - 07.43 % - Anulled votes.
115 933 451 - Total voter turnout votes and Ballots deposited 78.70 %

057 797 847 - 39.24 % - Jair Bolsonaro far right conservative social liberal party.
047 040 906 - 43.83 % - Fernando Haddad far left workers party.
002 486 596 - 02.32 % - Blank Ballot votes for neither candidates
008 608 105 - 07.43 % - Anulled votes
031 372 843 - 00.00 % - Not voting
147 306 294 - 00.00 % - Total eligible voters

Against.
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Fernando Haadad of the Leftist Workers Party of Brazil, a successful Brazilian businessman and politician, of Christian Lebanese immigrant descent, with Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win was their campaign slogan, has a master's degree in economics and a doctorate in philosophy from thMourão.
e University of São Paulo

Fernando Haadad of the Leftist Workers Party of Brazil, a successful Brazilian businessman and politician, of Christian Lebanese immigrant descent, with Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win their campaign slogan, has a master's degree in economics and a doctorate in philosophy from the University of São Paulofficial Results of the Brazilian Presidential Elections.
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Postby Sovaal » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:28 am

Thermodolia wrote:General is Out of Character

Tbf there are quite a few 'characters' on here.
Most of the time I have no idea what the hell I'm doing or talking about.

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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:44 am

Thermodolia wrote:General is Out of Character

Every thing I have posted here is possible if either candidate wins, thank you for your post, vote and post.
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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:45 am

Sovaal wrote:
Thermodolia wrote:General is Out of Character

Tbf there are quite a few 'characters' on here.

Every thing I have posted here is possible if either candidate wins, thank you for your post, vote and post.
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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:03 pm

Vote and Post, To my critics and others, everything I have posted here on my OP Introduction Post is possible if either candidate wins, I will prove it with my posts, there is Datafolha Poll of Brazilian Citizens concerned about a new Military dictatorship in Brazil if Jair Bolsonaro despite the fact they say they will vote for him, I will post it as soon as I have time.

The Cuban, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia connection if Fernando Haadad and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil wins is possible and I will prove it with my posts, I will prove the close friendships here and support for those two candidates by those nations.

I am working on adding those options to the poll but the polls options as written are too long, I am trying to shorten them right now, thank you vote and Post.

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Vote and Post on the Poll and Thread. Reserved for DataFolha Poll on Brazilian Citizens concerns of a potential Military Dictatorship if Captain Jair Bolsonaro and General Antonio Hamilton Antonio Hamilton Mourão wins.
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Postby Freezic Vast » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:11 pm

Wasn't there a reason the previous Brazil thread was locked because of something similar to what seems to be apparent in this thread already?

Anyway the people are gonna vote for Bolsonaro and he's gonna win.
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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:19 pm

Freezic Vast wrote:Wasn't there a reason the previous Brazil thread was locked because of something similar to what seems to be apparent in this thread already?
To Freezic Vast and all my fellow Nations: Vote and Post anyway

Anyway the people are gonna vote for Bolsonaro and he's gonna win.

The thread was locked because the OP made too many short posts that were considered like tweets about 500 tweets, so I created the new thread after giving him a chance to re create the thread himself since he is Brazilian and I am not, I am a native Cuban now American Citizen.

Thank you for your post Freezic Vast.

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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:42 pm

Data Folha Poll Brazilian Citizens Concerned of a Possible new Military Dictatorship in Brazil if Captain Jair Bolsonaro and General Antonio Hamilton Mourão win:

Translated From Portuguese to English by a Translator.

Thank you to those fellow Nation Stater s who have voted on the Poll so far and those who will vote, Vote and Post no matter if Jair Bolsonaro is going to win anyway.

De SÃO PAULO Research Dataflook shows that grew among Brazilian voters the expectation of a new dictatorship in Brazil. The rate of voters who declared that there is currently this possibility grew 11 points compared to the February 2014 survey, the index went from 39% to 50%. Of these, 31% evaluate that there is much chance of a new dictatorship in the country (was 15%) and 19% (was 24%) that there is a little chance. Already, the rate of voters who declared that there was no chance of a new dictatorship in the country declined from 51% to 42% and 8% did not opinated (was 10%).

In the analysis of sociodemographic variables, it is observed that the perception of a new dictatorship in the country is higher among women (55%) than among men (45%) and increases as the age group decreases (59% among the youngest in 47% among older adults). , the degree of education (54% among the less educated before 43% among the most educated) and the monthly family income of the interviewee (57% among the poorest in 38% among the richest). On the other hand, it is observed among men (50%), among the most educated (54%) and among the richest (60%) the highest indices of having no chance of a new dictatorship in Brazil.

In the analysis by intention of voting for President of the Republic, it is observed that the perception of a new dictatorship is higher among the voters of Fernando Haddad (PT) (75%). On the other hand, the perception that there is no possibility of a new dictatorship in the country is highest among the voters of Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) (65%).

In this survey, on October 17 and 18, 2018, 9,137 interviews were conducted with voters in 341 municipalities in all regions of the country. The maximum margin of error is 2 percentage points, for more or less, for the total sample.

After 33 years of the delivery of the Presidency of the Republic of a military to a civilian, the legacy of the military dictatorship in the country divides Brazilian voters. In comparison to the previous research, 2014, the rate of voters who did not oppose the subject retook and the assessments both positive and negative on the legacy of the military regime grew.
The majority (51%) evaluates that the dictatorship left more negative achievements than positive to the country (it was 46%), to 32%, left more positive achievements than negative (was 22%) and a portion of 17% did not opined (was 32%).

A imagem negativa do legado do regime militar alcança índices acima da média entre os mais jovens (66%). Por sua vez, a imagem positiva do legado do regime militar alcança índices mais altos entre os mais instruídos (38%), entre os mais velhos (39%) e entre os mais ricos (49%).
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Postby Cuprum » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:45 pm

Bolsonaro will win...

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Ironic that a country that despises Trump voted in a carbon copy.
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Petrasylvania wrote:Ironic that a country that despises Trump voted in a carbon copy.

Maybe it means the situation is more complex than how you're choosing to interpret it.
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Sufokia wrote:
Petrasylvania wrote:Ironic that a country that despises Trump voted in a carbon copy.

Maybe it means the situation is more complex than how you're choosing to interpret it.


To Sufokia, Petrasylvania and all my fellow Nation Stater s, thank you for voting and posting on the thread, Read and Comment, Interesting Article, I will try to find beter articles to read and comment on, thank you.

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Postby Brasilia Brazil » Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:33 pm

Thank you all for your votes and post on my thread, even if the elections result is certain, here are the economic policies of Javier Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad a good article for discussion,

Jair Bolsonaro Econonmic Policies good for Brazil or Bad for Brazil?

Fernando Haddad Economic Policies good for Brazil or Bad for Brazil?

https://www.france24.com/en/20181008-bo ... zil-future

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Bolsonaro's pretty much a fucking Fascist, so a win for him would be detrimental to democracy in Brazil.
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Postby Confederation of the Equator » Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:45 pm

Personally, I think the left lost the moment they went the same route that America seems to have gone with Trump voters: using a billion buzzwords and repetitive insults and personally attacking those who support Bolsonaro, which only really made him more popular. I really wanted Amoêdo or Meirelles to have stood a chance and for us not to have ended in this literal worst case scenario, but I guess that would've been asking for too much.
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Someone people describe one of the candidates in the Brazil elections as a Trump like figure. I find that very bad to say the least. How this election effects Latin American politics remains to be seen.

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Torrocca wrote:Bolsonaro's pretty much a fucking Fascist, so a win for him would be detrimental to democracy in Brazil.


give two trash candidates for the people and they will elect the trash candidate.
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Uxupox wrote:
Torrocca wrote:Bolsonaro's pretty much a fucking Fascist, so a win for him would be detrimental to democracy in Brazil.


give two trash candidates for the people and they will elect the trash candidate.


Hmm... let's see... a guy who's a sexist (to the point of having shame in the mere existence of his daughter), homophobic (to the point that if one of his sons were gay, he'd want them dead), pro-dictator fuckwit that supports sterilizing the impoverished, vs. a guy who's not any of that...

Yup. It's clear that the Fascist needs to win here.
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Postby Mt Beautiful » Sat Oct 27, 2018 6:29 pm

I do not vote fore abortists, communists and convicted criminals (remember that Haddad IS Lula). So my vote is Bolsonaro, even though I don't like his vice-president.

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Torrocca wrote:
Uxupox wrote:
give two trash candidates for the people and they will elect the trash candidate.


Hmm... let's see... a guy who's a sexist (to the point of having shame in the mere existence of his daughter), homophobic (to the point that if one of his sons were gay, he'd want them dead), pro-dictator fuckwit that supports sterilizing the impoverished, vs. a guy who's not any of that...

Yup. It's clear that the Fascist needs to win here.


in the other side of the isle you got a guy who is a political stooge, fucked up education so bad during his term as minister of that department, his corruption is absolutely horrendous that would make puerto rican politicians green with jealous, is actually a figurehead between lula and dilma interestingly enough. the brazilian elections were absolute trash and if the people are given trash candidates then trash candidates will win.
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Vote and Post:

The Brazilian Presidential Election is today Sunday 2018: I your OP Thread Host as I call myself in real life, will Post the official winner after all 100 % of the votes are counted and reported by the real life government of Brazil, I will not post the official election results of the real life Brazilian Presidential Election with 95 % of the votes reported, or 99.99 % of the votes reported, I will post the official election results of the real life Brazilian Presidential Election after 100 % of the votes are counted and reported by the real life government of Brazil, no matter what you hear in the news media, I want to make this point very clear.

1 - Vote for Former Captain Jair Bolsonaro and retired General Antonio Hamilton Mourão of the Far Right Wing Conservative Social Liberal Party of Brazil for President and Vice President of Brazil.

2 - Vote for Fernando Haddad of the Far Leftist Workers Party of Brazil and Manuela D'avila of the Communist Party of Brazil, together we can win, for President and Vice President of Brazil.

3 - We support neither candidates and we vote Blank Ballots, either candidates will be bad for Brazil and the Brazilian people.
Last edited by Brasilia Brazil on Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:34 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Postby Second Empire of America » Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:59 am

Mt Beautiful wrote:I do not vote fore abortists, communists and convicted criminals (remember that Haddad IS Lula). So my vote is Bolsonaro, even though I don't like his vice-president.


So....you're pledging to vote for the guy who explicitly wants to make Brazil's already high murder rate even worse? He's literally pledged to murder 30,000 people, which would raise the homicide rate by 50%, even without counting all the hate crimes he's inspiring his followers to commit. If you want a safe, crime-free Brazil, vote for Haddad. He will try to actually reduce homicides, not increase them.
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