Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro, son of the president-elect of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, offered his country today as the venue for a hypothetical trial of the "dictatorships" of Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, by participating in a conservative regional meeting.
"It would be a source of great satisfaction for Brazil to receive that court," said the deputy, who organized in the Brazilian city of Foz de Iguaçu the so-called "Conservative Summit of the Americas", which brought together right-wing representatives from a dozen countries of the region.
The proposal for that hypothetical trial was raised by the Cuban Orlando Gutiérrez, an ironclad opponent of the island's government based in the United States, who affirmed that the peoples of Latin America must "unite to end" the "regimes" of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, which he described as "communist dictatorships".
The Brazilian philosopher Olavo de Carvalho, one of the mentors of the far right Jair Bolsonaro, also expressed himself in that sense and argued that a court of that nature should judge all those who "protected those crimes", both in Brazil and in other countries.
The meeting, supported by the president-elect of Brazil, was attended by delegates from right-wing movements in Colombia, Chile, Paraguay and the host country, who delivered some tough speeches against "communism" and the Sao Paulo Forum, which brings together organizations of the Latin American left.
According to Eduardo Bolsonaro, the idea is to create a "movement that does not end with the election" of his father as president of Brazil and that has a "permanent character" as a platform for the discussion of "principles".
The Venezuelan Roderick Navarro, from the Rumbo Libertad movement, backed that proposal and urged the regional right to "unity against the Sao Paulo Forum, which is a threat to the West."
Navarro pointed out that the leftist parties gathered in that organization "promote the death, corruption and destruction of values" of Latin Americans and threaten the "columns of Western civilization", which in their opinion are "family and faith". in God".