Vodou, Palo Mayombe, Kimbanda, Umbanda, Candomble, Catimbo, 21 Divisions, Santeria, etc.
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Brazil has carefully nurtured a slightly exotic image of religious and ethnic tolerance. Well guess what it is completely phony in so many levels.
Just take a look at this article.Brazilian fundamentalist and state terror
A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes. Mark Twain
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