BRASILIA, Brazil – Brazil’s new Zionist President Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) has pledged on Monday to end the “Marxist garbage” he believes predominates in Brazil’s educational system and prevents education from improving.
“One of the goals to get Brazil out of the worst positions in the world’s education rankings is to combat the Marxist rubbish that has settled in educational institutions,” Bolsonaro wrote on his Twitter account.
“Together with the Minister of Education and others involved we will evolve to form citizens and not more political militants,” the Zionist President said on the eve of his inauguration on Tuesday.
Uma das metas para tirarmos o Brasil das piores posições nos rankings de educação do mundo é combater o lixo marxista que se instalou nas instituições de ensino. Junto com o Ministro de Educação e outros envolvidos vamos evoluir em formar cidadãos e não mais militantes políticos.
— Jair M. Bolsonaro (@jairbolsonaro) December 31, 2018
Appointed to be the minister of education, the Colombian who is now a naturalized Brazilian, Ricardo Vélez Rodríguez, is a professor of philosophy. It must be remembered that the Brazilian president considers that the Brazilian military dictatorship (1964-1985), in general, was a positive period for the country.
A total of 65% of Brazilians believe that Bolsonaro will be great or good for the country, according to a poll by Folha de S. Paulo newspaper.
Commissioned to the Datafolha Institute, the survey contrasts the optimism of a large portion of the population, while only 12% believe in a poor Bolsonaro government.
Another 17% bet on a regular government, while 6% of respondents said they did not know what to expect from the new management of Brazil.
As for the fulfillment of the campaign promises, 62% of Brazilians bet that Bolsonaro will fulfill part of what he declared throughout the campaign, while 27% believe in fulfilling most of the promises. Only 9% said no promises would be fulfilled, and 2% did not know how to respond.
The area of public security (46%) was the one pointed out by those interviewed, as Bolsonaro will do better than the previous presidents, followed by those who did not know (16%). Health and other responses (9%), education (7%), economy (4%), corruption and unemployment (3%) came next.
The optimism of the Bolsonaro government, however, is the smallest in the historical series of Datafolha, which had the first term of former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) in 2003 as the most positive outlook for 76% of the population.
The survey interviewed 2,077 people between 18 and 19 December 2018 in 130 cities across the country. The margin of error is two percentage points, plus or minus.