I don’t know if Brazilian journalist Eliane Brum is Jewish. She’s certainly not an Amazonian native.

And obviously, “Brum” is typically going to be a Jewish name.

Regardless, what I do know is that she has been on the warpath against Jair Bolsonaro since before he was ever elected as President of Brazil, writing vitriolic hate screeds in both English and Portuguese.

You can find her history of English language articles on The Guardian, and elsewhere. She’s been totally fixated on him.

Now, she is the primary figure shilling the very weird theory that Bolsonaro led a campaign to commit mass-murder against his own people by purposefully infecting them with the coronavirus.

She writes for the Spanish paper El Pais:

The grimmest timeline in the history of public health in Brazil emerges from an investigation of directives issued by the government of President Jair Messias Bolsonaro relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a common effort undertaken since March 2020, the Center for Research and Studies in Public Health Law (CEPEDISA) of the Public Health College (FSP) of the University of São Paulo (USP) and Conectas Direitos Humanos, one of the most respected justice organizations of Latin America, have collected and scrutinized federal and state regulations relating to the novel coronavirus, producing a brief titled Rights in the Pandemic – Mapping and Analysis of the Legal Rules in Response to Covid-19 in Brazil. On January 21, they put out a special edition making a strong statement: “Our research has revealed the existence of an institutional strategy to spread the virus, promoted by the Brazilian government under the leadership of the President of the Republic.”

Obtained exclusively by EL PAÍS, the analysis of the production of ordinances, provisional measures, resolutions, normative instructions, laws, decisions and decrees by the federal government, as well as a survey of the president’s public speeches, draws the map that has turned Brazil into one of the countries most affected by Covid-19 and that, contrary to other nations, still lacks a vaccination program with a reliable timetable. There is no way of telling how many of the more than 212,000 Covid deaths in Brazil might have been avoided if the government led by Bolsonaro had not executed a project with a view to spreading the virus. But it can reasonably be said that many people would still have their mothers, fathers, siblings or children alive today were it not for the existence of an institutional project by the Brazilian government to spread Covid-19.

You can go read the whole article, but this is the summary in the first two paragraphs.

This group of NGOs is claiming that Bolsonaro is basically an evil supervillain who was attempting to kill his population out of pure and totally evil motives.

Just as a general rule, this “evil plan” stuff doesn’t sit well with me, especially when it does not benefit the person doing it.

You might say “but wait, Spec, you say the Jews have an evil plan?”

Yes, indeed I do say that – but I explain their motivations for it, which go beyond “evil for evil’s sake.”

Crucifying Bolsonaro

Bolsonaro, like Trump, doesn’t present any real threat to any of the global powers. He’s basically just following along with what was normal in the early 2000s.

But he’s considered a threat to the global system right now, because he’s a white male who won’t apologize for being a white male. He’s particularly threatening to the globalist agenda in Latin America, which as I’ve explained elsewhere, is very focused on empowering women, and using them to enact an extreme anal agenda.

With Trump out, the media/government system is looking to clean up the rest of the world, and one of the first things on that list is getting Bolsonaro out. It’s first on the list because, among other things, it’s going to be easy. Brazil is a country with a lot of Jewish power, always has been, with a Western style media, so toppling this “misogynistic” white male will be very easy.

They will just say that he killed millions on purpose with the coronavirus and if anyone says “wait, what? Why would he do that?” they will be shouted down as virus-lovers.

This Brum woman will probably take over as leader of the country.