Friend of National File, a pro-freedom Brazilian tribal Chief and Christian Pastor, Serere, was recently released from Papuda Prison in Brasilia on September 9th. However, the Brazilian authorities, who have ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), are imposing a complete media gag on him as a condition of his release. This is a clear attempt to silence Serere, who has become a symbol of resistance against narco-communism in Brazil.
Serere, who is both a Christian Pastor and Chief of the indigenous Xavante Tribe, was arrested and imprisoned by left-wing authorities after questioning the fraudulent results of Brazil’s 2022 election. He publicly declared his support for President Bolsonaro, President Trump, and Jesus Christ. The Brazilian regime accused him of engaging in anti-democratic criminal acts.
During his time in prison, Serere experienced abhorrent torture. Despite this, mainstream media, Brazil’s indigenous government organ, “charitable” NGOs, and even National File’s embassy contacts turned a blind eye to his suffering. They ignored his plight and chose not to condemn his torture. In fact, some human rights advocates, including one from the US State Department and one from Brazil’s FUNAI organization, even requested sexual favors in exchange for assistance and information about Serere’s condition.
FUNAI, which is responsible for protecting indigenous people within Brazilian territory, failed to step in to help Serere. This is deeply concerning, as it exposes the partisan nature of supposedly righteous institutions such as the US State Department and FUNAI. These institutions ignored the persecution, torture, and solitary confinement of an indigenous Christian man and prominent Brazilian figure.
Not only did institutions tasked with protecting the persecuted fail in their duty, but the corporate media also remained silent about Pastor Serere’s imprisonment. Major news outlets such as Globo and Band News refused to cover his story. This is not the first time these outlets have demonstrated a biased approach, as they previously ignored National File’s world-exclusive story on the Ronaldinho-CCP connection.
Even Amazonia-based Marxist, Jonathan Watts from The Guardian, chose not to discuss Serere’s situation extensively, despite his supposed mandate to address important issues faced by Brazil’s indigenous population. The silence from the media continued, with liberal journalist Thomas Traumann from The Guardian also refusing to speak out on Serere’s persecution.
While the corporate media turned a blind eye, exiled Brazilian conservative media figure Allan Dos Santos praised National File for its relentless pursuit of justice for Pastor Serere. Dos Santos noted that foreign journalists like those at National File show more concern for Brazilian patriots than many Brazilian socialists.
National File managed to connect with Pastor Serere after his release. They have now published the first photograph of him since his release, showing him to be a pro-Trump, anti-Communist Christian stalwart.
However, despite his release, Pastor Serere is still under strict control by Alexandre de Moraes, President of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court. Moraes has forbidden Serere from making any public statements, and he is required to wear an electronic anklet monitored by the Supreme Court. This effectively neuters Serere, preventing him from preaching the Gospel or assisting his Xavante tribe. He is confined to an unfamiliar residence and unable to work, making it difficult to support his six dependent children. Additionally, he is not allowed to receive visitors at his confined residence, despite being a Pastor of three Evangelical churches.
Alexandre de Moraes has a reputation of being a vicious and dangerous thug, yet he holds Brazil’s most powerful judicial position. He has a history of jailing, torturing, and imprisoning prominent Brazilian conservative journalists while covering up President Lula’s connections to narco gangs. Moraes has also defended narcos reportedly linked to the ‘PCC’, South America’s largest drug gang. The close relationship between Lula and South America’s narco establishment is well-documented.
Given Pastor Serere’s restrictions and the concerns for his safety, National File has not directly connected with him. However, individuals interested in supporting Serere during his ongoing ordeal can reach out to Luke Thorburn at email@example.com. Support can include grocery delivery for Serere and his family or technical assistance.
Pastor Serere’s case highlights the troubling suppression of freedom of speech and the persecution of those who dare to question the narrative in Brazil. The international community and supporters of human rights should stand in solidarity with Serere and the fight against narco-communist oppression.