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Indigenous people occupy Brasilia Airport in protest against Lula and Moraes

On Friday afternoon (Dec. 2), a group of Indians invaded Brasilia International Airport in protest against President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT, progressive-globalist) and Federal Supreme Court (STF) Minister Alexandre de Moraes.

In the videos circulating, it is possible to hear cries against Lula.

The group displays placards against censorship and with the phrase: "World, Brazil asks for help".

The writings were recorded in Portuguese and English. "Corrupt press does not show the truth to the world," said the protesters.

Some of them wore yellow shirts.

The Indians are part of groups of the Xavante people . . .

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