Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Brazil's new anti-communist president, Jair Bolsonaro, stands in the way of globalist plans. Hence, he's being falsely attacked for unleashing fires in the Amazon. Now comes a proposal for the U.N. Security Council to declare Brazil a threat to humanity's future so the international body can isolate Brazil and force Bolsonaro from power. Toward that end, a "Global Day of Action for the Amazon" has been declared on September 5.
The group behind these protests, Amazon Watch, is supported by the Leonardo DeCaprio Foundation, named for the actor who tweeted an old, inaccurate picture of fires burning in the Amazon.
"The [U.N. Security] Council should require that member states refrain from entering into trade agreements with Brazil unless and until it agrees to allow international economic and physical firefighting assistance," says left-wing Professor Majorie Cohn.
Let's hope our new U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., Kelly Craft, rejects this ploy out of hand.
We recommend climate scientist Roy Spencer's article, "Selective and Misplaced Outrage at Brazil’s President Bolsonaro over Amazonian Fires."
For America's Survival,
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