Three days ago on September 4, 2019 President Jair Bolsonaro made a direct political attack against U.N high commissioner for human rights and former president of Chile, Michelle Bachelet. On Facebook President Jair Bolsonaro wrote the following in Portuguese: Here is the original link –

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Michelle Bachelet, and Dilma Rousseff

Michelle Bachelet, Comissária dos Direitos Humanos da ONU, seguindo a linha do Macron em se intrometer nos assuntos internos e na soberania brasileira, investe contra o Brasil na agenda de direitos humanos (de bandidos), atacando nossos valorosos policiais civis e militares.

Diz ainda que o Brasil perde espaço democrático, mas se esquece que seu país só não é uma Cuba graças aos que tiveram a coragem de dar um basta à esquerda em 1973, entre esses comunistas o seu pai brigadeiro à epoca.

Jair Bolsonaro

Here is the English translation

Michelle Bachelet, the UN Commissioner for Human Rights, is following Macron’s line in meddling in domestic affairs and sovereignty of Brazil. She attacks Brazil with the agenda of the human rights of (bandits) who are attacking our valiant civil and military police.

He also says that Brazil loses democratic space, but she (Michelle Bachelet) forgets that her country is not Cuba thanks to those who had the courage to put a stop to the left in 1973, among these communists her brigadier father at the time.

Jair Bolsonaro

That was President Jair Bolsonaro’s official Facebook post what you just read. He also went on national television in Brazil on Thursday and said the following:

“She now, on the human rights agenda, is accusing me of not punishing police officers who are killing many people in Brazil. That’s her accusation. She is defending the human rights of bandits. She says more still. She said that Brazil is losing its democratic arena. Mrs. Michelle Bachelet, if the people led by Pinochet had not defeated the left of 1973, including your father, today Chile would look like Cuba.”

Jair Bolsonaro

Brazil foreign ministry said the following:

The foreign ministry statement suggested Bachelet should focus her attention on Venezuela’s “unprecedented humanitarian crisis” instead of making “false” comments about Brazil, a democracy where the rule of law prevails.

My Comments

“Mrs. Michelle Bachelet, if the people led by Pinochet had not defeated the left of 1973, including your father, today Chile would look like Cuba.” – Ouch!!!

In other words he counter attacked Bachelet agenda of standing up for the human rights of Brazil (bandits) who are attacking their valiant civil and military police of Brazil. As well as speaking about her father who stood alongside those (the marxists) who committed human rights violations (MIR) against Chileans before the coup. He also accused her subtlety with that same statement of being a marxist following in her father footsteps and in a way supporting the movement of Seção Brasileira da Internacional Comunista who has its roots birthed in Cuba’s training camps just as MIR of Chile.

President Jair Bolsonaro post of his official statement also was posted with the picture of former president Kirchner of Argentina, Bachelet of Chile, and Rousseff of Brazil together. In other words called her a communist and following the agenda alongside her pals too.

I got to say Bachelet must of gotten under his skin with the weight of the United Nations in order for President Bolsonaro to make such a statement. Possibly threatening him with a human rights lawsuit. Who knows.

Regardless of my political position Michelle Bachelet during the coup lost her father. At the same time went thru a traumatic experience because of the decision her father made standing side by side with former President Allende and the communist party. When they were replacing the existing police and military with the militia recruited from Popular Front’s (MIR). During this time she was young and was caught in the middle of the mess she had no control of.

President Sebastian Pinera of Chile made a public statement that day and defended Michelle Bachelet and disagreed with President Bolsonaro in bring up the painful memory of Michelle Bachelet’s father. He also expressed that such opinions should be made with respect to people during the governments of the 1970’s and 1980’s.

I share Pinera’s opinion in regard to when sharing one’s views and opinions during those times it should be done with respect. Also I find that there is nothing wrong with Michelle Bachelet standing up for the human rights and making sure that none are being violated thru the correct process.

I do hope that one day Bachelet discovers the truth and see it for what it is in that if the communist MIR party supporters of Chile would not have done the things they did before the coup. Many people in Chile would have not asked the Chilean military to intervene. It is a painful subject for both sides. Also for the victims of MIR. Yet Chile needs to move forward and stop opening that wound from the past. It will only get worse.

Here is President Jair Bolsonaro on National Television

Right now all eyes are on the European Union because of Brexit, Britain exit from the EU. A few days ago Britain called for a Brexit extension until June 30, 2019. This was a big blow for many who voted to leave the European Union. This vote was a democratic vote that took place in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2016.

Leave won by 51.9% to 48.1%. This vote took place because the country was frustrated with the unfairness that has been going on for quite some time. Specially because of the European Refugee Crisis that took place in 2015 alongside the many incidents that fired up England wanting to leave the EU. This was a wake up call for many in the European Union, especially the European Parliament.


England then triggered Article 50 from the Treaty of the European Union (TEU) which states, “Any Member State may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements.” Then all that the European Union asked of England is to pay €60 billion for the divorce bill that will also include laws and projects that England has already committed to in all of Europe. Since mid 2016 there has been two things holding up Brexit which are, 1. a major debate between England and the European Union on how much to pay for the divorce bill and 2. an agreeable trade bill for both parties.

In my opinion the amount of €60 billion for the divorce bill or €30 billion is not a big deal. The United Kingdom has a population of 66.04 million people and for each citizen for example were to contribute to the payment €200.00 each citizen that would amount to around €13.2 billion. If the barons, lords, and businesses would make a charitable contribution to it that would be another couple billion there. The payment is doable or it could be financed.

As for the trade agreement between England and the European Union in my humble opinion would have been a done deal, but intermediaries/special interest groups keep making things complicated. In the United Kingdom, Brexit means to many at the top specially major businesses they are going to lose allot of money because of trade.

To make matters worse because of the prolonged drama free process which has been ongoing…… lol…. The majority in Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales do not want to leave the European Union according to a recent poll. They would rather break away from the United Kingdom and it would be just England on the brexit train. Then the talk of a hard brexit if it were to be implemented would mean all contracts, laws, treaties with the European Union and including many individual interconnected (contracts, laws, treaties) between England and member states in the EU those ones would be effected too. Alongside not paying for the divorce bill means in terms of the law the European Union would have rights over the United Kingdom. So paying to leave is important.

I have two suggestions for the EU Parliament before everyone goes more bonkers on the floor and the negotiating table just like how it went with Facebook and the roof caved in. First suggestion is that the United Kingdom does a hard exit and pay the divorce bill (negotiated lower amount if possible) without a trade agreement. Then England on their side make preparations to sustain themselves. My second suggestion would be for Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales to unite. For Wales to lead the United Kingdom instead of England. Thus the United Kingdom stays in the European Union and England exits the EU. Then England makes a trade agreement with the United Kingdom and can only trade with them. Thus this would prevent hardship on the crown and prevent Scotland and specially Northern Ireland from breaking away from the United Kingdom.

I believe for England to stay in the EU would be hazardous specially due to recent events. It would open the door for the same situation to come back haunting Europe. It would be another matter if there was understanding across the board in England to fully understand the repercussions of leaving the EU what it really means. The sooner that this gets nipped in the bud, the better for everyone.


As for things in France and the call for a Frexit is not the way to go for them. It would only make matters worse in France specially for the most vulnerable. As well as for Hungary. The way to go for all of Europe is unity and for there to be the continual reformation. Specially with a special focus on the development of Eastern Europe.

Each member state there needs to be a special focus on from within the city legislative to regional to do their part for the people. They need to also carry the weight of governance and for them to stop blaming all their problems on the EU when it is their responsibility and job to get things done for those who voted for them. The same is true in the United States. City councils, mayors, and governors of the 50 states – There are things that can be solved locally and regional. Yet again many blame the federal government. Texas is a great example how business should be taken care off. If Texas were to break away from the United States it can sustain itself.

Due to the economies of the United States, China, and many more for all the member states to break away from the European Union would be a mistake. Unless they are all ready to sustain themselves. Which many are not ready and would push Europe backwards specially relationship wise and economically.

This matter with President Macron, I am saddened when I read about the Yellow Vest movement happen all over France that it has not gotten resolved. Many in France have called for his resignation. President Macron has refused to resign instead he send the goon squad against his own people. He is not doing right with the people of France on many things. I believe France (Ne cédera pas) will not give in until President Macron steps down. We are not talking a couple hundred people protesting. We are talking about thousands of French citizens protesting in the streets. Something not seen since the French revolution (without the guillotines). Marine Le Pen, I am a big fan of hers and hope that she wins the upcoming Presidential race.

The Refugee Crisis

The refugee crises in Syria, Afghanistan and South Sudan have displaced more than 11 million people who been forced to flee their own countries. Many refugees have suffered unimaginable loss, whether they are displaced in their own country or seeking safety overseas. What does not help is that terror organizations and extremist have weaponized this crisis to their advantage.

We are also taking a culture clash in Europe. I believe that it is important for each nation state to heavily invest in education specially on the refugee’s on those wanting to learn the language and culture of each member state of Europe. For those who do not want to integrate into the way of life of Europeans, something may have to be done. If this approach is not taken it will only anger many Europeans even more due to the many incidents specially the raping incidents from refugees. It will also put more fire for the member states to break away from the EU.


To conclude my political analysis of Europe at this time. I want to applaud the European Parliament and the many hard working representatives in the EU on its recent reformation. As well as for the tremendous advancements and reforms you have made that will advance Europe as a whole.