Brazil’s newly inaugurated President said on Tuesday his election had freed the country from “socialism and political correctness”

“This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state,” Bolsonaro, 63, said in an address to the nation made after he donned the presidential sash.

Have You Wondered Why “Political Correctness” Speech Code Controls Discourse?

As you no doubt know, the terms “illegal alien,” “Islamic jihad terrorist,” “queer-homosexual-lesbian-bisexual,” “white,” negro,” “Indian,” “cripple,” “blind,” “insane,” “homeless,” “perverted,” “stupid,” “prostitute,” “poor,” et al, are forbidden to be used in conversation by Political Correctness.” 

Have you ever wondered why?

How did this happen?

If you have wondered these things, watch this youtube video.

William S Lind on the Origins of Political Correctness
Watch this video on YouTube.

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Col. Thomas Snodgrass, USAF (retired) served over a year in Peshawar, Pakistan, working with Pakistani military intelligence. During his year in Vietnam he daily scheduled 130 U.S. Army and Air Force intelligence collection aircraft. In his final overseas tour he was the U.S. Air Attaché behind the Iron Curtain in Warsaw, Poland. In total, Col. Snodgrass was variously an Intelligence Officer or an International Politico-Military Affairs Officer (military diplomat) serving duty tours in seven foreign countries, as well as teaching military history and strategy at the Air War College, US Air Force Academy, and USAF Special Operations School during a thirty-year military career. Additionally, he was awarded an Air Force scholarship to get a history master’s degree in revolutionary insurgent warfare at the University of Texas, as well as being granted a year’s educational sabbatical to teach and to write about international relations as an Air Force Research Associate in the graduate school at the Center for Advanced International Studies, University of Miami, Florida. Following the Air Force, Col. Snodgrass was an adjunct professor of military history for ten years at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Arizona.