On June 26, Chancellor Angela Merkel stated in the German Parliament:
“Just like you, I see with great concern the issue of the actions of the Brazilian president (in relation to deforestation), and if the occasion presents itself, I will take the opportunity in the G20 to have a clear discussion with him.” “I perceive what is happening in Brazil as dramatic,” concluded the chancellor, possibly deceived by environmental NGOs that operate in that country.
On the 28th, at a press conference, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he had a conversation with Chancellor Merkel.
Watch the video at 1:44:
“I talked to her, it was a tranquil conversation and sometimes she would stare with her eyes wide open. But we showed her, in a very friendly way, that Brazil has changed its government and is a country that will be respected. I also spoke to her about the question of the environmentalist psychosis that exists in our regard.”
At the end of the press conference, a reporter asked to what environmentalist psychosis the President was referring. He answered (2:11):
“Where’s the book, is it here? Do you have t the book by Prince D. Bertrand of Orleans-Braganza?
The Pan-Amazon Synod Watch is publishing the English version of the book by Prince Bertrand of Orleans-Braganza in installments. See here.1