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Is Bolsonaro, the new Brazilian President, a good leader?
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I would like to know if you think if he's bad or not, and why.
My actual opinion is that, as he's conservator and capitalist, and defend the people's right to self-defence, he's a great leader to the peaple.



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  • From what I've seen, he is very similar to Trump: very little in terms of ideas, a lot in terms of emotions and controversial publicity. His appeal is mostly based on him posing as an outsider (which he actually is not) and denouncing the ruling class. Whenever he talks about policies, he uses very vague and ambiguous terms, from which it is impossible to discern what he is actually planning to do.

    The Brazilian political system is extremely corrupt, so a straightforward populist becoming the president is a bad sign. On the other hand, Brazil has had a series of horrible presidents implementing countless socialist policies that have bankrupt the country, so someone who, for the first time in decades, openly vows to clean them out could be a welcome change.

    I doubt life in Brazil will become much better any time soon; the system is too broken, and the society is too beaten up, to be able to accomplish anything in the short run. That said, the nearby Venezuela being in the state it is has a potential to scare people enough to denounce statism en masse - and that can have very positive long-term consequences. Brazil definitely has a lot of potential, it just needs a strong push to get started.
    BryanBrazMoreiraZombieguy1987
  • Well.
    From what we brazilians have seen, he is against the socialists and sustain the idea of the human moral, and with that, he's too totally against the corrupt and the wrong.
    He has zero tolerance with crimes, what is a good thing, because in all these years, we got only socialists governments that have grown the criminality.
    As the dollar value compared to the real is decreasing, and the gasoline prices too, i consider it the start of a great economic and political power increasing in Brazil.
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