Brazil’s Bolsonaro celebrates 1960s military dictatorship

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This 2016 video says about itself:

Hours: Enduring Torture in Brazil (Documentary)

In 1970, Marcos Arruda was arrested, tortured, and then exiled from Brazil due to his involvement in an underground resistance organization during the military dictatorship (1964-1985). The film tells his story and examines the impacts of state-sponsored torture, political impunity, and police violence.

By Miguel Andrade in Brazil:

Emboldened by Trump, Brazil’s Bolsonaro orders military to celebrate 1964 coup

29 March 2019

On Monday, presidential spokesman Gen. Otávio Barros announced to the press the unprecedented decision taken by Brazil’s fascistic President Jair Bolsonaro to order military institutions to prepare “due celebrations” of the anniversary of the 1964 US-backed military coup that brought down the bourgeois-nationalist government of President João Goulart.

The coup inaugurated a blood-soaked regime that would last until 1985 and that would prove instrumental in the installation of three other genocidal…

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