A conspiracy principle in regards to the Amazon forest echoes in Bolsonaro’s insurance policies right this moment

The email described a purported geography textbook being used in “important American schools,” which labeled the Amazon as an “international control zone.” Next to a map, a misspelled text said that the forest was “surrounded by irresponsable, cruel, and authoritary countries” and that the United States and the United Nations, with the backing of the “G23,” transformed it into “an international park with very severe rules of exploration.”

“The value of this area is unable to calcule,” it continued, “but the planet can be cert that The United States won’t let these Latin American countries explorate and destroy this real ownership of all humanity.”

Despite the multiple signs that the textbook was fake — the writing was riddled with mistakes, the map looked doctored, and the obvious fact that the Amazon had not been turned into an international reserve — the rumor touched a chord with Brazilians, circulating so widely that both the Brazilian embassy in Washington and the American…

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