Brazil is a canary in the coal mine if you want to see how the great “diversity” expirament will play out in your country.
As brainwashed Western politicians – and their zombie supporters – continue to parrot the “diversity is our strength” mantra, anyone with eyes to see will realize that this nonsense flies in the face of the cold, hard facts.
If you want to see the true “progress” that diversity offers, look no further than to Brazil’s rising murder rate:
The total number of people killed in a single year in Brazil has hit a record, the economically collapsed, South American country saw 63,880 homicides in 2017, according to a Brazilian think-tank, which indicated much of the violent crime is concentrated in the impoverished northeastern states.
New data from the Brazilian Forum of Public Security (BFPS), an independent organization that tracks national crime statistics, said the shocking number of homicides are up 3 percent on the previous year.
BFPS showed that the State of Rio Grande do Norte in northeastern Brazil recorded the highest homicides, with about 68 murders per 100,000 inhabitants. The Acne state in the north came in second with 63 deaths per 100,000 people, followed by the state of Ceara in the northeast with 59.1 murders per 100,000 inhabitants.
On the other hand, the wealthier state of Sao Paulo had the lowest murder rate — 10.7 homicides per 100,000 people.
“It is a devastating scenario,” said Renato Sérgio de Lima, director of the independent forum, who told The Guardian that homicide figures had been increased by antiquated laws, police procedures and the rapid growth in organized crime. Most victims were young, impoverished black men from city areas, he said.
The numbers show we have a serious problem with lethal violence,” he added.
The terrifying statistics are expected to play a significant role into October’s presidential election, in which violent crime will be a crucial topic for many voters.
A controversial far-right politician, Jair Bolsonaro, formally declared that he was running for president last month. Bolsonaro leads some polls on a platform that includes “loosening gun controls and giving police more license to kill,” said The Guardian.
If diversity is our strength, then Brazil should be the world’s leading Super Power, but it’s not – it has the world’s highest murder rate.
Of course, Brazil’s politicians will vainly try to blame the violence on poverty – pointing out that the murders are happening in the poorest parts of the country, which coincidentally happen to be the Blackest. And because they refuse to address the racial problem, and their “solutions” – such as militarizing the police and wealth redistribution – will never work.
Brazil imported millions more African slaves than America ever did, and today they are still suffering from the effects of that greedy blunder. The country has a violence problem because they have a racial problem – a diversity problem. And the Blacks and the half-castes aren’t going anywhere – nor are the Indians who have barely emerged from the Stone Age.
Brazil is a warning to the rest of the world – this will be your fate if you continue to believe that all races are the same and can live peacefully together.