RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - “Deus, patria e família,” (“God, country and family”) is the motto of the Frente Integralista Brasileira, a modern reincarnation of the Integralist movement founded by writer Plínio Salgado in 1932.
Known as FIB, at the beginning of November the right-wing group realized its first public manifestation wearing its traditional green shirts from the ‘30s, though they chose not to reintroduce the black tie that was once part of the uniform.
The gathering in São Paulo was tiny, with only 15 people appearing, and occurred early in the morning to avoid potential confrontations . . .