The Daily News, a leading newspaper of Portugal , echoed the statement of Buster Jair Bolsonaro in Roda Viva about slavery in Brazil.

“The Portuguese did not even step on Africa. It was the blacks themselves who handed over the slaves, “JB said, repeating a popular headless thesis among internet raunchy raiders.

The Diary says:

The PSL candidate, ideologically close to the far right, denied having any debt to the blacks in the face of slavery. “Historical debt? I’ve never slaved anyone in my life, “ said the Army captain in the reserve.

“We are mixed in Brazil, the Negro is no better than me and I am no better than the Negro, in the Military Academy several blacks formed with me, some below me and others above me, for what quotas?”, said in the same program.

The Portuguese, like other European nations, actively participated in the slave trade in Africa and established trading posts on the continent from the fifteenth century. Later, the Portuguese colonized areas in Africa – so much so that currently five African countries have Portuguese as the official language, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, Cape Verde and Sao Tome and Principe.

It is estimated that 4.8 million Africans were brought to Brazil by Europeans between the 16th and 19th centuries, excluding those who died during transportation. Along with the Caribbean, Brazil was the main destination of the slave trade in the period.

The most entertaining is the reaction of the Portuguese readers, having to deal with the bolsominions who invade the comment area to defend their myth

The Daily News, a leading newspaper of Portugal , echoed the statement of Buster Jair Bolsonaro in Roda Viva about slavery in Brazil.

“The Portuguese did not even step on Africa. It was the blacks themselves who handed over the slaves, “JB said, repeating a popular headless thesis among internet raunchy raiders.

The Diary says:

The PSL candidate, ideologically close to the far right, denied having any debt to the blacks in the face of slavery. “Historical debt? I’ve never slaved anyone in my life, “ said the Army captain in the reserve.

“We are mixed in Brazil, the Negro is no better than me and I am no better than the Negro, in the Military Academy several blacks formed with me, some below me and others above me, for what quotas?”, said in the same program.

The Portuguese, like other European nations, actively participated in the slave trade in Africa and established trading posts on the continent from the fifteenth century. Later, the Portuguese colonized areas in Africa – so much so that currently five African countries have Portuguese as the official language, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, Cape Verde and Sao Tome and Principe.

It is estimated that 4.8 million Africans were brought to Brazil by Europeans between the 16th and 19th centuries, excluding those who died during transportation. Along with the Caribbean, Brazil was the main destination of the slave trade in the period.

The most entertaining is the reaction of the Portuguese readers, having to deal with the bolsominions who invade the comment area to defend their myth