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rodrigo castriota
More than 20 Brazilian universities were invaded by the military police in the past 2 days. They confiscated material on the history of fascism, interrupted classes due to 'ideological content', removed anti-fascist banners and posters claiming that it was electoral propaganda.
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rodrigo castriota 26 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
In the state of Rio, the court ordered the UFF faculty to remove from the Law School facade a flag with the message "UFF Law Against Fascism". The judge even determined the arrest of the director unless the flag was removed within 12 hours.
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rodrigo castriota 26 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
UERJ also reported police forces removing flags in support of Marielle Franco and another one that reads "Anti-fascism UERJ". In Rio Grande do Sul, an event entitled "Against fascism, Pro Democracy" was also prohibited by the electoral court.
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rodrigo castriota 26 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
In Mato Grosso do Sul, a public class entitled "Crushing Fascism" was also censored. In Pará, a lecture was interrupted by the military police that questioned the professor about the ideological content of the class and threatened to arrest him.
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rodrigo castriota 26 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
Many other student movements and organizations reported military police forces inside classrooms, student units, academic directories, confiscating any sort of materials with 'anti-fascist' or 'pro-democracy' content.
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Arielle Zionts 28 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
What supposed laws are people breaking?
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ray 28 Oct 18
Replying to @Ajzionts @castriotar
our law says people shouldn't make electoral propaganda inside federal institutions (if i'm not mistaken), but the thing is no one even mentioned the name of the candidate people were protesting against fascism...
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Mike Godwin 29 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
The fascinating aspect of this is that it seems clear that the Electoral Court believes that "anti-fascist" content is necessarily referring to Bolsonaro.
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Carla Rocha #EleNão 29 Oct 18
Replying to @sfmnemonic @castriotar
The Electoral Court not just confirmed that he is a fascist, but approved it
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TDK✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻 28 Oct 18
Replying to @castriotar
Americans need to wake up and realize this could be us someday if things continue down this hate filled path.
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Ellyn 29 Oct 18
Replying to @ejkmom1998 @castriotar
Could be? We're already partly there. while you still can.
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