It was only Bolsonaro saying, “AMAZON IS OUR,” that the bad guys put their claws out.

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It was only Bolsonaro saying, “AMAZON IS OUR,” that the bad guys put their claws out.

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It was only Bolsonaro saying, “AMAZON IS OUR,” that the bad guys put their claws out.

Macron turned out to be stupid and unprepared, saying that the Amazon is “lung of the world.” Either he is stupid or a sly liar. Or maybe it’s Dilma Roussef from France.

Any well-educated first grader knows that the world’s lungs are the oceans, with their GREAT marine vegetation.

We have 70% of the planet covered by oceans. Most of the vegetation is at the bottom of the sea, and algae do not consume the oxygen they produce, it rises into the atmosphere. : D

In addition, the oxygen produced in the Amazon is consumed by the Amazon itself in the photosynthesis process.

You see, the reality, the fear, the panic of these countries is that BRAZIL is potentially a GREAT POWER in every way, as much or greater than the US, and it was not realized as such because of past socialist governments. A few decades ago Brazil and the US GDP were equivalent.

France and its allies are UNABLE to compete with Brazil in terms of production capacity, whether of ore, agriculture, livestock and oil.

Brazil’s productivity is higher and at a lower price. It freaks them out. In the future the world will buy trillions of dollars from Brazil and France and its allies will be in the background or third, depending on Brazil.

This is not about trees, it’s about money, it’s about the future. Europe has become a land of fagots, effeminate women who give their wives to Muslims.

Macron and his allies want Brazil to remain a poor country, which depends on the CRUMBS they misleadingly sent to keep us poor.

We will not bow to international manipulation.

Brazil is a great country and will be a great nation, a great power that will sustain the world with all kinds of commodity and technology products.

We will no longer be deceived and enslaved by them, wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Text: Syllas Valadão