The cover of the main Brazilian weekly magazine, Veja, printed on July 19 the image of an alleged terrorist who’s threatening the life of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro. The alleged terrorist was interviewed and told the magazine about the plans of his organisation.
The so-called eco-terrorist, called Anhangá by the magazine, is a member of the Sociedade Secreta Silvestre (Sylvester Secret Society – SSS), which presents itself as the Brazilian branch of Individualists Tending to the Wild (ITS), a Mexican organisation with alleged presence in Chile, Brazil, Greece, Spain and the UK. The group was founded in 2011 and members refer to themselves as eco-extremist. They have been investigated for promoting attacks on politicians and businessmen in several countries. ITS is a right-wing group vaguely inspired by the Unabomber (Ted Kaczynski), although they say they disagree in terms of strategy.
Full article at InsideOver’s website. Date of publication: 13/08/2019.