The Brazilian crisis has already reached the point of unbearability, where a rupture is not only possible, but even inevitable. The resurgence of the pandemic, with the open catastrophe that plagues all units of the federation, associated with famine, hunger and record unemployment isolate Bolsonaro and his extreme right-wing entourage, an effect that the resignation of Pazuello - the butcher - will not be able to mitigate.
Edson Fachin's decision to annul Moro's sentences against Luiz Inácio is a mixture of an attempt to remove the misleading image of the institution "guardian of the legal order" with a sinister concoction of the struggling establishment.
The struggle of the deaf in the snake pit between the so-called "economic wing", linked to Paulo Guedes, and the "military wing", headed by the generals of the Planalto, won in the non-renewal of the current president of Petrobras, Roberto Castello Branco, and his replacement by another militiaman, an unprecedented episode.
More than once, since January 2019, bourgeois analysts have set a date for the end of Bolsonaro's government. The highest point was reached at the beginning of the pandemic, last year, when the openly genocidal policy of Captain-of-the-Jungle (imitating his master, Donald Trump, who has already succumbed) resulted in the explosion of the number of infected and killed in Brazil, while there were several coup demonstrations organised by the Planalto Palace.
Today we start publishing some important editorials of AND from Brazil. We report on the current political development in the countries of Latin America with the own voices of the people's newspapers and the publications of the Maoist parties and organisations. In the future, we will publish the most important documents from these sources here. We plan to do the same with Asia. Likewise, the development on the other continents will follow.