(Português) Uma TeaParty tropical: A ascensão de uma “nova direita” no Brasil

ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 10 Apr 2017

Laurent Delcourt | CETRI-Centre Tricontinental – TRANSCEND Media Service

22 março 2017 – Em um contexto marcado por uma abrupta desaceleração econômica e um novo escândalo de corrupção que atinge os partidos da coalizão governamental, assistimos à ascensão, no Brasil, de uma direita “nova”, radical e militante. Surgida na esteira das mobilizações de junho de 2013, ela forma um conjunto heterogêneo de origens e identidades distintas, sem vínculo aparente, a não ser uma comum aversão pela esquerda em geral e o PT em particular. Compartilhando mais do que um ar de família com a TeaParty nos Estados Unidos, do qual ela retoma o discurso ultraliberal, securitário e antissolidário.

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