Olavo de Carvalho

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Olavo de Carvalho is a conservative philosopher from Brazil. He is a strong opponent of communism,[1] along with globalism and cultural Marxism.

An influential figure in Brazilian politics, Carvalho helped provide the philosophical basis for Jair Bolsonaro's views and thus played a large role in his successful 2018 presidential campaign.[2][3] He successfully recommended that Bolsonaro appoint Ernesto Araújo as Brazil's foreign minister.[4]

References

  1. Newman, Alex (March 15, 2010). Olavo de Carvalho on Communism in Latin America. The New American. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
  2. Chafuen, Alejandro (February 19, 2019). The New Brazil: Philosophical Divisions Should Not Hinder Bolsonaro's Free Society Agenda. Forbes. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
  3. Nascimento, Raul Holderf (February 22, 2019). O novo alerta de Olavo de Carvalho. Conexaopolitica.com.br. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
  4. Campos Mello, Patrícia (November 14, 2018). Novo chanceler, Ernesto Araújo foi indicado por Olavo de Carvalho. Folha de S.Paulo. Retrieved February 22, 2019.