Today I am not going to write an article, I am going to make an appeal as a leader of the MST and a member of the international coordination of Via Campesina. Looking at Brazil, we have to be clear, sincere and objective: we are reaching approximately two thousand daily deaths and almost three hundred thousand deaths in total. We are living what we might never have imagined living in our history, in the middle of the 21st century. We are experiencing a war against the virus, but with a disorganized state, a murderous government and an unbelieving society.
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2021 is beginning.
We at the MST want, first of all, to express our solidarity and our affection for the thousands of Brazilians who have lost loved ones and for all those who suffer from the effects of the pandemic and the neglect of governments at the behest of capital.
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In a speech on World Food Day, former president Lula da Silva criticized the resurgence of hunger in Brazil
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