Written in Portuguese, in "The New Era and Cultural Revolution," Olavo de Carvalho explores subjects you will not see on TV or the internet.
A Brazilian company is hiring for a new position requiring an unusual qualification: applicants must be black.
It is, unfortunately, a war on two fronts: the cultural and, of course, the spiritual, where the left is, perhaps even more so, working.
Change is needed as the Brazilian Supreme Court has gone beyond the limitations of its duties, taking on executive and legislative matters.
Populist President Jair Bolsonaro is sworn in. He defends Brazilian children and families by vowing to eradicate Marxist education.