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Bolsonaro: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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  • 게시일 2022. 09. 24.
  • John Oliver discusses Jair Bolsonaro, how he’s run Brazil as president, how far he might go to maintain power after the upcoming election, and, of course, nunchucks.
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  • eponymousIme
    eponymousIme 년 전 +17748

    Props to John Oliver for learning a routine involving both speaking Portuguese and using nunchucks at the same time.

    • anticharlatan
      anticharlatan 년 전 +672

      I'm sure the HBO budget department is also grateful for the inexpensive ending.

    • Courage Karnga
      Courage Karnga 년 전 +396

      I wonder if the execs at HBO talk about John to their therapists?

    • just jerry
      just jerry 년 전 +50

      that's why he makes the big bucks!

    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 년 전 +88

      @anticharlatan depends on the invoice of his nun chuck trainer 🤣

    • Al Smith
      Al Smith 년 전 +24

      @Courage Karnga thank you my dude, you’ve just made my day with that comment :)

  • Stevie Valour
    Stevie Valour 11 개월 전 +1125

    To the Brazilians here, don't be embarrassed. Political fanaticism is on the rise everywhere and in general it's a really bad time for democracy rn 💔 sending hugs and strength from the Philippines

  • Aline Gomes Batista
    Aline Gomes Batista 년 전 +3149

    As a Brazilian I must say: fui rir e chorei.

    • Bruna Thalita
      Bruna Thalita 년 전 +88

      Eu rs quando ele começou a falar da pandemia não deu pra segurar a tristeza e o desgosto.

    • Virgílio Fleury
      Virgílio Fleury 년 전 +43

      Já eu vim chorar e ri

    • eduarda souza
      eduarda souza 11 개월 전 +11

      Brasileiros falam isso? Sksksksksksksksk

    • Evellyn Ribeiro
      Evellyn Ribeiro 11 개월 전 +18

      Exatamente kkkkkkkkrying

  • Rejane Florinda
    Rejane Florinda 11 개월 전 +912

    I am watching this one day after the elections. Lula won by an uncomfortable small margin. I am so worried about all of the threats and the subsequent unrest that could come out of this situation. But I am glad that you tried to speak Brazilian Portuguese and you did not hurt yourself with the nunchucks.

    • Nicholas Fuoco
      Nicholas Fuoco 11 개월 전 +64

      Ganhou por uma margem de poucos votos, mas considerando TUDO que o Bolsonaro fez e tinha na mão, é uma vitória GIGANTE. Despejou bilhões no eleitorado pouco tempo antes das eleições, em publicidade só do KRclip batia R$6mi em 1 dia. Tinha a máquina do Estado na mão dele, dos 4 estados com maior colégio eleitoral, 2 tinham governadores eleitos no 1º turno que apoiavam ele, teve coação e compra de votos descaradas, não só por parte das prefeituras, mas de patrões coagindo funcionários. Além disso tudo, ainda usou a PRF pra impedir as pessoas de votarem, num gritante golpe de Estado… e ainda assim, com tudo isso, PERDEU!
      Ganhar roubando é feio, mas perder roubando é HUMILHANTE!

    • Daniel Pereira
      Daniel Pereira 10 개월 전 +35

      The margin would have been a lot bigger if federal authorities weren't stopping buses and cars

  • Olaf Pijl
    Olaf Pijl 8 개월 전 +194

    As always, John’s words were prophetic. His videos age really well.

  • Vitória Monteiro
    Vitória Monteiro 11 개월 전 +491

    The last bit was intended to be funny, but as a Brazilian I definitely couldn't stop the tears! Thanks for the support and widespread of our worries here!

    • WaxonWaxoff
      WaxonWaxoff 10 개월 전 +1

      Terribly insensitive, Samurai taxi driver and Oliver. The notion nunchaku = samurai is like having someone make a pastiche about celebrating Hanukkah and calling himself a "proud commie-fighting *Nazi Waffen SS warrior."*
      Nunchaku, part of Karate developed in Okinawa, was specifically developed to DESTROY samurai oppressors who imposed 90% tax rates and exploited them for 4 centuries like the English did the Irish. When the samurai ran out of native Japanese tribes to slaughter and resettle (Ezo, Kumaso, Hayato, Tsuchigumo, etc. eradiated completely. Nivkh, Ainu, Oroks fled out of Japan), they sailed South to Okinawa and butchered the people there but found it too far to resettle, so they confiscated all the weapons and killed anyone trying to fight back against samurai military dictatorship and oppression.
      Just look at all the weapons they use. Grindstone handles become the Tonfa, Threshing flails become Nunchaku, Sickles get a chain added and become Kusarigama. Lot of basic Karate moves make no sense until you realize they are exercises for using Tonfas or the like. These are all roundabout ways for the Okinawans to fight back against the Samurai rapists and save their families with the remaining farming tools available after the samurai confiscated all weapons.
      A lot of these weapons/techniques were specifically made to disable the samurai oppressors' katana.
      I guess if in Medieval Europe people were also imposed not the historical 25% but 90% taxes and all their weapons were confiscated like the Okinawans suffered, they too would develop martial arts with wheat-threshing flails.
      Japan has taken Okinawan heritage, like with many other Asian heritage, and stolen it, and use it to make money overseas. Especially egregious is this where taking martial arts SPECIFICALLY MADE TO DEFEND AGAINST THEIR TYRANNY and making a mockery of it for the oppressors' profit? *Pure evil.*
      The Okinawan suffering continued into the 20th century spent as WW2 cannon fodder for Japan where Japan hides the fact that these people are NOT Japanese but loves to use them to bloat numbers to play victim to Americans like the Himeyuri Schoolgirls of Okinawa they raped and conscripted to die as cannon fodder.
      _Did you know 1/3 of nuclear victims of Hiroshima (WMD poison gas production hub, used to make bombs to gas Asian cities for 30 years and heavily contributed to the 30 million death toll incurred by Japan) and Nagasaki (Mitsubishi slave factory center) were foreign Asian slaves Japan desperately tries to hide but uses their number to bloat their numbers to drive a narrative? Along with how they were making 2 Japanese nukes but needed to buy time so they scheduled to expand germ-bombing missions to America in the September of 1945? (Not even Nazis used WMDs in war)_
      On top of that, after using the Okinawan deaths to give US forces the false notion that people on this small "Japanese" island are determined to fight to the death to hopefully disencouraged US forces to land on mainland Japan, Japanese oppressors expounded the propaganda they've been fed about "demonic" westerners are going to come and rape all their kids and eat them alive (thus why they must blow themselves up in kamikazes for Japan), they must kill their own children to spare them such a fate, and follow in suit with seppuku (because dead men tell no tales about Japanese war crimes). The remaining Okinawans once the Japanese fled and left them to their fates, were surprised that landing US forces gave them food and medicine, and discovereed it were the Japanese who were raping Okinawan children. Many took the food they were given as offerings to the children they killed, and on their graves they wept tears of blood and cursed Japan.
      When in the 20th century Okinawans started to spread their Karate culture in Japan and overseas do you know what the Japanese did? They forcibly renamed it from 唐手 to 空手 (both read as Kara-te), changing the meaning "China-hand" which pays respects to the original Chinese man who taught Okinawans his style of martial arts, to "Empty-hand" because Japan can't steal it if it has "China" right in the name. Not to mention the big reason Karate became more popular outside of Japan was because the Japanese Judo masters suppressed it, and for quite some time this even was portrayed in media where it was common to depict "noble Judo master defeating thuggish Karate criminals."
      Then after WW2, Okinawans were still treated like Burakumin (the Untouchable Pariahs of Japan) and were mistreated as a whole in society and were ridiculed for unscrupulous thugs who complain about Japan yet still sought work in Japan (that's only because Japan destroyed everything on Okinawa). And dumped 70% of military bases in the tiny islands of Okinawa where it takes up 20% of the land and forbids constructing high rise buildings for security reasons.
      It's no wonder Okinawans want independence like the Irish achieved, and when announcing they want to be like the 2nd Singapore of Asia, Japan scoffs at them today and says they are too poor to be independent, forgetting that's only because they have been enslaving them for 4 centuries.
      There is a good reason why 1 billion Asians cheered for American nukes emancipating them from human experimentation/vivisection on forcibly impregnated girls and their unwanted fetuses, cannibalism, civilian lynch mobs, violent Japanese civilian resettlers, sex slavery of 80-man daily rape quotas per underage girl and subsequent execution if pregnant or at the end of the war because dead girls tell no tales (see Vivian Bullwinkel), mass forced labor, ppl used as cannon fodder for the one true god that is Emperor Hirohito under threat of lynching their families if they refused, forcing colonials to commit seppuku suicide like samurai to fool Americans how "determined" the colonies are to defending Japan, firebombing cities, gassing cities, bombing with germ bombs, erasing culture, arresting/executing any teachers in the colonies that dared teach their native language or tried to build private schools or even make a dictionary of their native language, and forbidding any language but Japanese.
      Samurai of Feudal Japan were also brutal pimps that sold their girls out for Portuguese muskets. The most powerful warlord of 1500s, Oda Nobunaga and his rivals were busy setting up brothels in Philippines to put his slave girls to earn money for his wars (this is on top of an average of 75% tax rates for Japanese peasants, enough that even in the peacetimes of the 19th century, analyst Nobuhiro Satou said annually, 1/3 households in Japan killed a baby.) In the 19th century these became derogatorily nicknamed "Karayuki-san" (Miss Gone-to-China), and later more formally recognized and praised as "Joshigun" (Army of Girls). Famous leading thinkers like Yukichi Fukuzawa praised them like prized moneymaking livestock to earn dollars and pounds for Japan's colonial expansion and "reforms." In around Meiji Restoration period alone, 300,000 Japanese girls were pimped abroad and their brothels even reached India and Australia. Even these Japanese girls noted that native tribesmen were the best partners and the absolute violent and worst were the Japanese men, but wanted white men to rescue them from Japan's brutal sex slave industry. (Think of the background the Italian Opera Madame Butterfly was written in). When this wasn't enough to cover the costs of Japan's ever growing undeclared invasions and more wars, they started kidnapping 100s of 1000s of colonial girls to meet demand.
      And ofc all throughout, they justified everything as the right of Samurai Spirit and Right of Conquerors. The mythical Samurai fervor was used to justify kamikazes, samurai spirit was used to justify having no respect for POWs and were used up in decapitating contests for sport or eaten as sushi. (2 million out of 3 million soldiers had cannibalized a slave/native) (This is why veteran and President George HW Bush threw up the sushi the Japanese PM served in a banquet in 1992, his wingmen were captured and eaten in Chichijima to dehumanize Americans as subhuman livestock and allay the fears of the Japanese troops) Samurai bushido spirit was why the soldiers were given swords in WW2 because holy samurai yamato spirit trumped practicality.

    • Nestor Eleuterio Paiva Bendo
      Nestor Eleuterio Paiva Bendo 10 개월 전

      @Guilherme Vicente
      [Insert Beaker's Ode to Joy here].

    • Infos relevantes
      Infos relevantes 10 개월 전

      Tic tac kkkkkkkkkkkk
      Já começou.

  • RubberDucky
    RubberDucky 년 전 +2046

    I feel like John must be the only British man to have ever spoken Portuguese while swinging nunchucks around.

    • Thiago da Silva Moraes
      Thiago da Silva Moraes 년 전 +67

      Well that's a hard combination

    • ElaborateTiger
      ElaborateTiger 11 개월 전 +13

      Idk, there are many brits that live in Portugal lol

    • Eva Luna
      Eva Luna 11 개월 전 +5

      Sounds like something Richard Francis Burton would've done.

  • Halfdan
    Halfdan 10 개월 전 +66

    Nice to look back knowing he lost and was laughed out of court and fined when he tried to say it was rigged. Sometimes there is justice.

  • LarsaXL
    LarsaXL 11 개월 전 +312

    The most surprising thing in this video is that John didn't hurt himself when he did the nunchuck segment. Well done.

  • APJ TV
    APJ TV 11 개월 전 +552

    Update: Bolsonaro has now been confirmed to have been beaten for re-election. I wish people of Brazil good luck.

  • xtokumaru
    xtokumaru 10 개월 전 +104

    I'm very impressed by John's Portuguese here! It's so common for people in movies and shows to claim that they speak a foreign language only for them to go and say something completely unintelligible without the subtitles!
    John's Portuguese is not perfect, of course, but it's perfectly comprehensible, even without the subtitles. It gets even more impressive considering he's using nunchucks at the same time!

    • Michele
      Michele 7 개월 전 +1

      John Oliver I love you you dude. Every week you inform us and make us laugh, make us think, and give us a little HOPE. You will never know how grateful I am

  • Luiz Fernando
    Luiz Fernando 8 개월 전 +50

    As a full bred Brazilian, I am not only flattered but completely breaking down from laughing, that was incredible and muito obrigado por falar sobre tudo que está acontecendo no meu amado país. I live in America now, and it really worries me how things are going to play out there.

  • SukoSeiti
    SukoSeiti 년 전 +1675

    Quite funny that HBO didn't allow this to be available on HBO MAX in Brazil, hilarious in fact.

    • bo harris
      bo harris 11 개월 전 +104

      they probably dont want to piss off half their subsribers...or, rather 43.5% of their subscribers

    • Aka Kitsune
      Aka Kitsune 11 개월 전 +152

      Is probably because the ele electoral laws. The Greg News is the Brazilian version of this same show, but during the electoral time, they stop doing the show, because you have to be impartial. This episode just says the truth, but could be a problem in Brazil because speaks about the Tchutcuca do Centrão (bolsonaro). But it's just my speculation about it

    • Maria do Carmo Zanini
      Maria do Carmo Zanini 11 개월 전 +48

      Brazilian voting laws wouldn't allow it. HBO Max will have to wait until November 1st.

    • Kokoro Yuge
      Kokoro Yuge 11 개월 전 +36

      @Aka Kitsune Actually, the electoral laws only allow the political content that is made from within the official debate, aka made by candidates and their party themselves. This episode only shows a political opinion/analysis BASED ON FACTS and IT IS LEGAL. What HBO did was purely a censorship move, supported by their own political toughts...

    • Dorian Arbos
      Dorian Arbos 11 개월 전 +10

      @Kokoro Yuge I'm confused... you say brazillian electoral laws ONLY ALLOW political content made from the parties, but this HBO show is political content (even if it's based on facts) NOT made from the parties themselves, so according to your description of brazillian law, this show would NOT be allowed, to air would it? I'm not saying HBO doesn't prefer not to mess around with their largest market in Latin America, i'm saying maybe that explanaition doesn't completely make sense?

  • Average Awesome
    Average Awesome 10 개월 전 +30

    From Brazil here and I have a story that might make you smile. So it’s been a month, he’s lost and so far things haven’t been as bad as we expected, there have been attempts to block roads and highways but they’re not lasting. But one thing that happened with those blocks makes me think my country might be alright after all: a bus full of fans of Clube Atlético Mineiro, a football team also known as Galo, were on their way to another city to watch their beloved teams game when they came across one of these blocks between them and sweet sweet football. The fans got out of the bus and rushed the block beating up the people doing it and physically forcing the road open clearing the way for them to cheer on those that really hold Brazilian allegiance. Some highlights include selfies among the mess and someone over weight uncle (bless that man he is a saint) filming himself in the aftermath screaming (roughly translated): “We are not Bolsonaro, we are not Lula, we are F*cking Galo!!!”

    • Serene 117
      Serene 117 8 개월 전 +2

      I know this is late but omg this is amazing!! 😂🤣

  • Trash Kitty
    Trash Kitty 년 전 +400

    as a brazilian, i fucking loved this, laughed my ass out at most of the jokes, its tragically funny looking at the state of our country now, i hope things turn out fine

    • Jarod 1999
      Jarod 1999 11 개월 전 +8

      I hope so to love Brazil 🇧🇷 from Canada 🇨🇦

    • KOF
      KOF 11 개월 전

      The state of our country?acho que tu quis dizer situação,não acho que a tradução literal seja estado.

    • Trash Kitty
      Trash Kitty 11 개월 전 +2

      @KOF estado/ situação, provavelmente não é a definição de estado q tu ta pensando.
      E tradução literal nem sempre da certo, tem termos e jeitos de estruturar uma frase q funcionam numa lingua e não na outra.

    • KOF
      KOF 11 개월 전 +2

      @Trash Kitty então é justamente essa minha dúvida,the situation of our country acho que teria mais sentido,pelo que eu pesquisei aqui não achei nenhum termo em inglês usando state nessa definição.pode ser usada como afirmar,indicar,dizer e também literalmente o estado do país.não tô te corrigindo não é só uma dúvida mesmo💪🏼

    • Trash Kitty
      Trash Kitty 11 개월 전 +2

      @KOF sim, eu sei,e eu to tentando tirar a duvida xD. Basicamente, "state of our country" soa mais natural e tem o mesmo significado.

  • Nicholas Fuoco
    Nicholas Fuoco 11 개월 전 +214

    By less than 1%, 2 million votes, but enough to end this nightmare.

    • Daira Nascimento
      Daira Nascimento 11 개월 전 +6


    • Jarod 1999
      Jarod 1999 11 개월 전 +8

      It was neck in neck million’s not only in Brazil but around the world held their breath.

    • Jones Unchained
      Jones Unchained 11 개월 전 +6

      That is cutting it close, but nicely done

    • Diego La-Bella
      Diego La-Bella 11 개월 전 +5

      actually the difference was 1.8%

    • Infos relevantes
      Infos relevantes 10 개월 전

      Ganhou porra nenhuma kkkkkkkk
      Já começou a aplicação da constituição federal

  • Andre D. Keaton (ADK)
    Andre D. Keaton (ADK) 3 개월 전 +4

    This was absolutely the most hilarious ending in a long series of hilarious endings by John Oliver 😄 When he 'switched off' the video after the nunchucks dance, I was f***ing crying 😂

  • Isabela Ribeiro de Lima
    Isabela Ribeiro de Lima 9 개월 전 +11

    John, I'm from Brazil, I love my land, and it was very emotional hear you talking not just about the green areas, but the indegenous people, the real owners of Brazil. The original people of our contry have been killed in this horror govern. Justice for Bruno and Don!

  • Ray De Araujo Sousa
    Ray De Araujo Sousa 년 전 +5110

    As a brazilian, i must say: John's portuguese was surprisingly good

    • Wendel Silva
      Wendel Silva 년 전 +32

      Né mano!?

    • Alexandre Skvirsky
      Alexandre Skvirsky 년 전 +29


    • Vinícius de A Batista
      Vinícius de A Batista 년 전 +72

      specially for a first time with a public and live!

    • Penny Cheshire
      Penny Cheshire 년 전 +164

      Appreciate the confirmation as I would have no way of knowing how well he did. Glad to know he hasn’t made every Brazilian who sees this cringe 😂

    • Junksaint
      Junksaint 년 전 +89

      Hopefully you guys stay an actual democracy

  • Tiago Luiz dos Santos
    Tiago Luiz dos Santos 11 개월 전 +64

    A week ago, a good friend of mine came to my house. We are good friends, spite our different political views. He came to show off his Glock and to try to convince me to vote on Bolsonaro. The whole thing made me remind of a movie on pre war germany. Where progressive friends met one day and one of them had joined the Hitlerjugend. I felt sad for our friendship...

    • MadAsTheHatters
      MadAsTheHatters 11 개월 전 +11

      Well I hope you stay safe, the rest of the world is so glad that Bolsonaro didn't win :)

    • Tiago Luiz dos Santos
      Tiago Luiz dos Santos 11 개월 전 +5

      @MadAsTheHatters thank you!

  • Darth maul
    Darth maul 8 개월 전 +10

    This aged a lot better then I hoped it would

  • Evan Dipasquale
    Evan Dipasquale 11 개월 전 +280

    Well done to the Brazilian people voting out bolsonaro.

    • Carlos André de Oliveira Esberard
      Carlos André de Oliveira Esberard 11 개월 전 +25

      Was a hard victory, but was for the best

    • Evan Dipasquale
      Evan Dipasquale 11 개월 전 +6

      @John Ulrich you should pay attention to what goes on in other countries around the world. Especially one that basically controls the rain forest which is a vital cog in our planets climate eco system.

  • Laura
    Laura 년 전 +239

    não fazia ideia de que a situação do brasil era tão difundida lá fora. às vezes eu esqueço que nosso país é enorme e importante

    • Eduardo SS
      Eduardo SS 11 개월 전 +33

      bem , eles sao um programa de humor e aqui a piada ja vem pronta

    • Gurabiriero Sanopara
      Gurabiriero Sanopara 11 개월 전 +2

      Exatamente Laura! E você sabia que isso que você está relatando nesse comentário tem até nome? É muito comum as pessoas do Brasil dizerem algo como o que você disse e o nome desse fenômeno é "complexo do vira lata". Vale a pena conferir!

    • Neandertal Moderno
      Neandertal Moderno 11 개월 전 +2

      nem é na verdade, é só que nos países de primeiro mundo se dão ao luxo de fazer os países de terceiro mundo seu entretenimento. Já o contrário não porque enfim ...

    • Gurabiriero Sanopara
      Gurabiriero Sanopara 11 개월 전 +5

      @Neandertal Moderno ah tá... Presta atenção no que vc tá falando... Vai no cinema e vê quanto filme americano tem? Ou então já ouviu falar de Netflix? Eu hein... É cada uma...

  • Barbara Thomaz
    Barbara Thomaz 10 개월 전 +4

    You guys need to do part 2 cause shit got crazy than expected! Really! The world NEEDS to see it!

  • BenniArt
    BenniArt 년 전 +4702

    I love waking up once a week and pondering how John will make me dread existence this time.

  • Jonas Coutinho Gonçalves
    Jonas Coutinho Gonçalves 8 개월 전 +17

    When I turnerd on the TV yesterday and saw what was going on in Brasilia I could not think how John was right about it. Very sad.

  • Avalon Azure
    Avalon Azure 11 개월 전 +36

    The moment he broke out the chucks I said "If you don't switch off this camera at the end of this episode I will never forgive you". John never lets us down

  • Marco r
    Marco r 10 개월 전 +7

    Bolsonaro handled COVID like a gaming youtuber letting all his characters suffer in the sims for fun

  • Tiago Sanches Soares Lima

    Alguém precisa legendar isso urgente em português, para mostrar aqui no Brasil pela internet, já que foi censurado na HBO.

    • Carollina Navarro
      Carollina Navarro 년 전 +16

      Tem como colocar legenda em português aqui no KRclip rs

    • Tiago Sanches Soares Lima
      Tiago Sanches Soares Lima 년 전 +23

      @Carollina Navarro não está certa a legenda que gera automaticamente.

    • Enzo Buso
      Enzo Buso 년 전 +22

      Essa reportagem é horrível e 100% de um lado político...

    • Flavio Menezes
      Flavio Menezes 년 전 +169

      @Enzo Buso os fatos falam por si só, você não está enxergando o óbvio e viramos chacota mundial

  • sunshine and moon
    sunshine and moon 11 개월 전 +7

    I’m a Brazilian and it’s so sad seeing how the country is right now… the other day my aunt and mom had a very heated discussion because my mom said she didn’t want to vote for Bolsonaro. Family members are mad at each other, some people not even talking or upset because one of them is voting or not voting for Bolsonaro.
    I also want to add that here lots of Christians believe that if Bolsonaro doesn’t become president, churches will be closed and they won’t have freedom of speech anymore. It’s brainwashing.

  • Kris Graywoods
    Kris Graywoods 년 전 +945

    That ending left me rolling. To be fair, I use a wheelchair, so that's not unusual, but still, very funny.

    • My mom never gave me a name :/
      My mom never gave me a name :/ 년 전 +34

      LOL that was hilarious Kris 😂
      Thanks for making my Monday a little bit brighter :)

    • Fixing Fitness
      Fixing Fitness 년 전 +8

      Laughed out loud at this

    • Kris Graywoods
      Kris Graywoods 년 전 +23

      @My mom never gave me a name :/ I'm glad I could spread the smiles. Goodness knows we need them. I hope y'all have an easy comfortable week. 😁

    • Loly Stephens
      Loly Stephens 년 전 +6

      Kris, That was hilarious. God bless your sense of humor despite the setbacks in your life. 🥰🙏

    • Guilherme Taffarel Bergamin
      Guilherme Taffarel Bergamin 년 전 +24

      _They see me rollin' they hatin'_
      - Kris Woods, probably

  • Felipe Franco
    Felipe Franco 년 전 +4

    thank you very much for the support. conscientious people in Brazil are severely worried, but with faith that Bolsonaro will fall!
    kisses and hugs from a 19-year-old voter who hopes that the country will get out of the hands of this corrupt man soon

  • jackthebroken
    jackthebroken 8 개월 전 +6

    "Tropical version of the Capitol riot" This segment sadly aged extremely well.

  • mebrithiel
    mebrithiel 8 개월 전 +7

    Update: Brazil had it's 8th Jan but was thankfully not as bad as USA's 6th

  • Antoniocastagnoli
    Antoniocastagnoli 8 개월 전 +4

    3:28 impressive how precise it was. There was a tropical version of the capitol riots. But there wasn’t coup d’etat. The strength of democracy was tested.

  • Felipe Rodrigues
    Felipe Rodrigues 11 개월 전 +1

    That nunchuck-ptbr combo was a beautiful thing. Thank you for standing up for democracy.

  • Ana Paola I
    Ana Paola I 년 전 +2307

    Thank John! I hope Brazil remains a true democracy, I'll be voting next sunday and hope to keep voting every two years. Love from São Paulo. 🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷

    • Dan
      Dan 년 전 +80

      Bueno suerte Ana.
      Viva Brasil! Viva Democracia!

    • Some Guy
      Some Guy 년 전 +128

      As a citizen of the USA, I hope that both of our countries remain true democracies. We cannot take it for granted! Like you, I will vote to keep out the forces who want to destroy one person, one vote.

    • john z
      john z 년 전 +10

    • ࿐ꨄSwnsasyꨄ࿐
      ࿐ꨄSwnsasyꨄ࿐ 년 전 +58

      I hope all of us remain a Democracy because I'm getting extremely nervous! Stay safe and Good luck from Florida!

    • Revenant
      Revenant 년 전 +12

      Hey, I really want to visit Sau Paulo. Can you be a guide? I like to go places where I have someone I know…who I can communicate. Happy to return the favor if you coming to cali:)
      From North Cal.

  • Renan B
    Renan B 11 개월 전 +3

    Thank you! It was a nice kind of relief. Even if the worst happens and Bolsonaro gets elected, this kind of video helps me understand that it was a lost cause in the first place. Even with all these points ppl still vote for Bolsonaro, the population really deserves what they will get.

    • bo harris
      bo harris 11 개월 전

      yes, finally a very true statement..im not sure exactly why, but brazilians love to complain about something that in fact they have control over...maybe its a very low level of self efficacy

  • paivaa
    paivaa 년 전 +32

    I'm from Brazil and this was really gratifying to watch! This was a very good summary of the recent tragedy our country has been living in, somehow John Oliver made it even funny

    • sijiin
      sijiin 11 개월 전 +1

      A primeira foi com o lula e com a Dilma

  • Priscila Buch Guth
    Priscila Buch Guth 11 개월 전 +20

    I am so tense waiting the results of tomorrow for what feels like forever now (since before the first round!) but you’ve managed to make me laugh so hard!
    On my side, fearing the worst, hopping for the best and voting for hope.

  • Germano Aguirre
    Germano Aguirre 11 개월 전 +6

    I watched it a little late, but still in time, and I would like to thank everyone for the good luck. It worked! Thank you John Oliver and all of his researchers and staff.

  • Mariana
    Mariana 11 개월 전 +2

    8:55 I’ve had my uncle, who unfortunately voted on Bolsonaro, say that to my face…
    “People die more every year than they have in all of this pandemic!!”
    “The midia is just doing that to blame the deaths on him!!”
    How heartless a human being has to be to think like that…

  • Loyalist Mundi Comedentis Dux

    It generally troubles me how much democracy is threatened in the 21st century.

    • K.C.
      K.C. 년 전 +189

      History is always coming full circle unfortunately. We get to enjoy some good times and suddenly it's 1945 all over again

    • Ariel Sanguinet
      Ariel Sanguinet 년 전 +265

      Reminder that during the 70s and 80s all of Latin America was under dictators trained and supported by the US. The economic interests of the US and of the local oligarchs for Latin America haven't changed since then (resource extraction economy, hatred of unions, privatization). The number of century doesn't magically change the material conditions.

  • Vinnie
    Vinnie 11 개월 전 +31

    As a brazilian, seen he saying stuffs that happens all the time here is actually heartbreaking, our reputation through the world will be even more worst.

    • Crypto_Prana
      Crypto_Prana 11 개월 전 +1

      Wait and see what Lula's got for u..

    • Crypto_Prana
      Crypto_Prana 11 개월 전 +2

      @Vinnie Time will tell my friend.. I sincerely wish Brazil the best 🙏

  • Beatriz Ramos Souza
    Beatriz Ramos Souza 년 전 +49

    As a Brazilian, I don't know if I'm more thankful for the support or embarrassed we got to this point.

  • Zombiehampster
    Zombiehampster 6 개월 전 +2

    Watching this now in retrospect to what happened is just amazing how spot on this was.

  • Interessandro Sports

    This man is a genius... so much respect, from Brazil 🇧🇷

  • Araza119
    Araza119 11 개월 전 +443

    Here after Lula won! I'm not Brazilian, but it definitely feels like a weight lifted off my shoulders

    • Jenifer R.
      Jenifer R. 11 개월 전 +29

      Yeah, it's like the earth took a deep breath in relief.

    • Marcelo Mazocco
      Marcelo Mazocco 11 개월 전 +36

      Thats the exact feeling of most of us here. But there is still part of us that is not accepting the results, exactly like when Trump was kicked out. Lets see what happens in the next days. Things are on fire, hopefully not literally.

    • Banter Board
      Banter Board 11 개월 전 +13

      Same here. HUGE sigh of relief. Jesus Christ all those dictators need to fucking go.

    • Jenifer R.
      Jenifer R. 11 개월 전 +4

      @E What policies or actions indicate Lula wants to be a dictator?

  • daniel doze alves
    daniel doze alves 년 전 +1318

    I'm brazilian and john oliver speaking portuguese is the best thing this week

    • Marco Cappelli
      Marco Cappelli 년 전 +15

      How was his accent? Como argentino no le entendí nada.

    • daniel doze alves
      daniel doze alves 년 전 +30

      @Marco Cappelli pretty good

    • marina daflon
      marina daflon 년 전 +52

      @Marco Cappelli pretty terrible, but that's why it's good

    • ryan bonner
      ryan bonner 년 전 +21

      @marina daflon it was actually amazingly well done

    • dheeraj
      dheeraj 년 전 +5

      So, the chucks meaning nothing!?😂

  • TheCreepypro
    TheCreepypro 9 개월 전 +6

    hope the transfer of power is peaceful and props to john for handling those num-chuks without hurting himself

  • Mike's Organic Videos

    John; Your nunchucks display was AWESOME! Very impressive. Well done. I smell another EMMY! Seriously, your show keeps getting BETTER. Cheers!

  • TiodaniPKM
    TiodaniPKM 11 개월 전 +6

    I waited to watch this until after the elections, and I'm sad that it is all very accurate, but at least hopeful that it's going to get better soon. But let's still be vigillant, a day has passed and Bolsonaro still haven't said anything for the press or social media after Lula's victory. It will only be really over when he passes the presidential sash in January 1 next year.

  • eve Lyn
    eve Lyn 8 개월 전 +3

    I used to watch this show a lot but I started to notice that the truth bombs were weighing on me for hours after watching....I could sense a quiet growing desperation in John's voice compared to earlier episodes.. I love that he is educating us and opening the door for change through the sharing of information - but I admire him a lot more and the entire staff for still being able to hold on to their sanity while researching this stuff.🤣🤣🤣 but I personally cannot watch last week tonight too often or I'm gonna lose my shit.🥴

    • Anna Aira Hála
      Anna Aira Hála 5 개월 전 +1

      Every few months I binge through a whole bunch of them at once so if I lose my sanity it's only once and not over a long period of time lol

  • Anthony Hurley
    Anthony Hurley 11 개월 전 +3

    Another great episode! Awesome job to the whole LWT team!

  • Iván Chocrón
    Iván Chocrón 년 전 +1856

    Please make this video available with Portuguese subtitles so that people in Brazil can send it to each other!

    • Luis Otavio Silva
      Luis Otavio Silva 년 전 +91

      I volunteer to help

    • DaimyoD0
      DaimyoD0 년 전 +161

      I'm so mad that KRclip (classic Google) ended support for user-generated subtitle and translation submissions.

    • Tinil0
      Tinil0 년 전 +74

      @DaimyoD0 Oh man, me too. I am not hard of hearing, but my roommate is and I have switched to always using subs thanks to time around her and honestly it has massively improved my viewing experience of TV and youtube. I even submitted subtitles for videos I enjoyed before that didn't have them even though it's a lot of effort, just because so many people benefit from them. KRclip deciding to cut the feature has really, really sucked.

    • Bygonya
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    • Roni Silva
      Roni Silva 년 전 +5

      Kra vc vai ser muito mais feliz se fizer vc mesmo e mandar pra eles de alguma forma... Eu até faria, mas vc sabe como é... Eu quero evitar a fadiga :3

  • Habitante Astral
    Habitante Astral 년 전 +3

    As a Brazilian, as funny as the show is, it’s just sad to see a country with so much potential facing a decline

    • RIKZ Gamer
      RIKZ Gamer 11 개월 전

      As a Brazilian as funny as the show us I just figured out John doesn’t know anything about Brazil

  • Matheus Brayner
    Matheus Brayner 11 개월 전 +1

    hey John, thank you very much for bringing to the world the danger here. I live in the northeast of the country, I love your show and I appreciate so much what you've been doing on it. There's one thing you didn't mention tho, maybe you don't know, but people here are really scared to go vote because of "bolsominions", this is by far the most dangerous election since the beginning of brazilian democracy. There is so much more danger than you said it but we're really grateful for this exposure. Keep up with your good job man.
    P.S.: pls send me a miniature of that giant statue giving the finger, I love that

  • wjmcd703
    wjmcd703 6 개월 전 +4

    There's a reason Bolsonaro is called "the Trump of the Tropics", because he's every bit like Trump, from his rhetoric, to his supporters

    • Hitchbot
      Hitchbot 19 일 전

      It's really scary how you really only have to exclude the name of the person and the country and you could be talking about either one.

  • probably overthinking
    probably overthinking 11 개월 전 +61

    Wow. As a Brazilian I'm so happy that you took the time to talk about our situation here... And the Portuguese was perfect! Haha thanks

    • beth de almeida
      beth de almeida 11 개월 전

      Yes! There are times when country feels isolated, if not, irrelevant to the rest of the world.

  • tadeuvi
    tadeuvi 11 개월 전 +1

    Thank you for this. I’m Brazilian, it’s a wave of mediocrity and stupidity.

  • Acainã Luiz de Azevedo

    You know your country is in trouble when it's depicted in the main segment of Last Week Tonight 😂

    • WoefulMinion
      WoefulMinion 년 전 +119

      As someone from the United States, who is the subject of the majority of segments, I wholeheartedly agree.

    • Duby
      Duby 년 전 +33

      They’ll focus on countries that don’t align with them. European crime of Islamic immigrants are never shown

    • abocas
      abocas 년 전 +2

      You didn't know that Brazil was in trouble ....? 🤔

    • Lewis Towers👑
      Lewis Towers👑 년 전 +17

      @Duby Exactly! This is nothing but propaganda. NPCs fall easily to it tho

    • Acainã Luiz de Azevedo
      Acainã Luiz de Azevedo 년 전 +16

      @abocas I'm Brazilian, the comment was a joke 👍

  • Vitor Ferreira
    Vitor Ferreira 년 전 +28

    I'ven been keeping up with John's show for quite some time. I watched him talk about 2018's elections in Brazil and I'm watching him talking talking about of 2022's. I think it's flattering for us to be aknowleged like that by the people who had gone through to what we are being subjected right now. Thanks John.

    • Rejane Florinda
      Rejane Florinda 11 개월 전

      Why is it flattering? It is a trend of his show to talk about countries around the world. We are part of the world. Not flattering at all. In fact, if you consider the reason why we got to be the main story of this episode, it is very concerning.

    • Vitor Ferreira
      Vitor Ferreira 11 개월 전

      @Rejane Florinda Maybe change flattering to aknowleged but the idea is the same. The show has done its research in great detail, recognized the similarities and the influence of what happened to them in 2016 in our country. it's more than most people would do.

  • Renata Freitas
    Renata Freitas 11 개월 전 +1

    As a Brazilian, I'm laughing and crying at the same time. Gosh I hope my people come to their sense, a huge amount of people still want him as a president - poor people even.

  • SiRenfield
    SiRenfield 8 개월 전 +7

    Good news: Bolsnaro is no longer in power
    Bad news: His supporters at least went through with their threats of a copycat January 6th although fortunately not to the extent we feared

  • Ricardo Senna
    Ricardo Senna 11 개월 전 +2

    Fantastic! Perfect reading of our lame politic scenario!

  • FRi
    FRi 11 개월 전 +7

    As a brazilian in the middle of this chaos, wacht an American guy talk about how humans can be dumb, especially us Brazilians, it's heart warming in a weird way. But this weekend we will vote right, and this men and his group will stay away from our government for decades, at least I hope that.
    (sorry for any mistakes, I'm still learning English)

    • Santiago
      Santiago 11 개월 전

      We will vote right: 22 and Bolsonaro will be re-elected! 🇧🇷🇧🇷

    • FRi
      FRi 11 개월 전 +3

      @Santiago I really hope you're joking

  • Green Shyguy from Mario

    So this must be what it’s like being an outsider looking into the recent elections in America

    • Rodrigo Barreto
      Rodrigo Barreto 년 전 +217

      @EndsvilleBR I didn't see a lie there, so yeah

    • Titanius Anglesmith
      Titanius Anglesmith 년 전 +52

      Yeah this is exactly what we see

    • Sanosuke Sagara
      Sanosuke Sagara 년 전 +116

      @EndsvilleBR there are no lies in this video

    • Castro
      Castro 년 전 +75

      @Sanosuke Sagara there are no lies, only half truths, which is worse.

    • MJ Stray
      MJ Stray 년 전 +63

      @Castro just curious, could you point to specific examples?

  • Maria Luísa de Azevedo
    Maria Luísa de Azevedo 11 개월 전 +2

    I´ve been constantly ashamed of being Brazilian for the past four years and even more now, when people have experienced the terror of this fu***´s ruling and a significant number of them STILL want it to continue. Heavens help us.

  • Maria do Carmo Zanini
    Maria do Carmo Zanini 11 개월 전 +10

    It was just perfect. And John Oliver pronounced "boa sorte" with our Southeastern accent. Loved it.

  • Justin Webber
    Justin Webber 11 개월 전 +2

    Lula won, and Bolsonaro excepted defeat; congratulations to the Brazilian people, and thank you from the rest of the world.

  • Nero Nyte
    Nero Nyte 11 개월 전 +25

    Coming back to watch this now that Luis has won the vote, but Bolsonaro still hasn't conceded

  • I'm Going to Say the Ni Word

    Honestly, I was going to make fun of Oliver absolutely butchering the pronunciation of "Zé Gotinha", but watching him double down with his nunchuck routine just made me respect him more. Kudos.

  • André Paul Grandsire
    André Paul Grandsire 11 개월 전 +5

    We won, John! Democracy won !

  • Camaleonino #
    Camaleonino # 10 개월 전 +6

    nós vencemos, e que esse pesadelo fique nos nossos livros de historia para NUNCA mais cometermos este erro novamente...

  • Marcel Menicheli
    Marcel Menicheli 11 개월 전 +5

    I was almost crying but that ending saved the day😂

  • Isa Marte
    Isa Marte 11 개월 전 +28

    I came for the laughter, went down with a tear. Goddamn. Being Brazillian is nerve-wrecking.

  • Luke Oldfield
    Luke Oldfield 11 개월 전 +8

    We’ll now that lula won in that run off, I pray to god the repercussions aren’t as severe and tragic as Prof. Cunha thought

  • Raphaela Sheirfield
    Raphaela Sheirfield 년 전 +1586

    As a Brazilian, it's nice to see how people react to our country. But It's also kind of like watching Michael's Toots episode. It's a mixed feeling of all different types of embarrassment.

  • kioto oliver
    kioto oliver 년 전 +9

    This was interesting! he's found a really funny way to joke about something heavy. I liked it! the Amazon isn't that giant empty place anymore. There are millions of people living here. We have towns, cities even metropolises. We have a completely normal life here. I'm from western Pará. It's a great state. It has the most largest population out of all the states in the massive rainforest. We have school, high schools, institutes and universities. In Amazonas (another state) there are a dynamic number of industries, they even produce cars and all different types of stuff( okey that's cool! But... what about roads? ) we do have them although there is a lot to work on around here. We have the rivers though. we travel mostly by Ships, boats, ferri boats and other types of boats you can think of. It's not like there isn't humanity here. This video was very awesome ! It put a smile on my face. thank you! ( now go check my KRclip channel and social medias ) we lit!

  • Renan Castelar
    Renan Castelar 년 전 +6

    Thank you for shedding light on my country's dismal situation

  • willie mwaura
    willie mwaura 11 개월 전 +2

    Thank you Brazil, your victory is also a victory for our planet.

  • Eduardo Camargo Silva
    Eduardo Camargo Silva 11 개월 전 +2

    A friend of mine just sent me this link. It's sad to see such an amazing storm of admiration for what is happening here. In the name of many, would love to ask for prayers or positive vibrations from those who really worship our country and our people and feel sorry for what's going on.
    We all know that all countries have ups and downs, but we also know that many have been used efforts to minimize the problems and make this world a better and peaceful place to live. Unfortunately, for the time being, this is not Brazil's case, and I feel sorry for all the jokes that B******ro has forced on you.
    I just ask you this. Pray for this country.

  • Mikoto Misaka
    Mikoto Misaka 8 개월 전 +2

    welp this episode aged EXTREMELY well.. What he said would happen came true.

  • Sylvia Tamie Anan
    Sylvia Tamie Anan 년 전 +160

    You can say what you want about Brazil, but you don't joke about Zé Gotinha. He's our very own hero and the reason why brazilian children aren't afraid of the shot. We love him.

    • canaldomarcelo
      canaldomarcelo 년 전 +6


    • Rusty Lee
      Rusty Lee 년 전 +1

      Of course you can joke about heroes. If you have a sense of humor anyway.
      Is that a Brazilian thing, that you can't poke fun at things unless you dislike them?

    • João
      João 년 전

      @Rusty Lee bolsonaro is brazilian hero 🇧🇷💪🏻

    • Rodrigo Alves
      Rodrigo Alves 년 전 +1

      @Rusty Lee As if her comment wasn't a joke by itself.

    • Rusty Lee
      Rusty Lee 년 전 +2

      @Rodrigo Alves As if my comment wasn't a joke as well

  • Dorothy
    Dorothy 개월 전

    The pollution wouldn't be this bad if they'd stop 🛑 burning and cutting down the rain forest!
    Oliver's writer's are excellent at looking up facts and John does a great delivery of those facts. Oliver's one in a million of my favorite people.😊

  • Julia Kimie
    Julia Kimie 11 개월 전 +160

    Comecei rindo, depois veio o embaraço e agora tô chorando de desespero mesmo.

  • Stella Ferraz-Cotton
    Stella Ferraz-Cotton 11 개월 전 +10

    Oh, this was FANTASTIC! As a Brazilian and a fan, I truly appreciate it, @John Oliver! Please do one now that Lula has won!🙏🏽

  • 細野将志
    細野将志 11 개월 전 +16

    Oh. Thank you so much to make me laugh in such a horrendous times. Greetings from Brazil ❤

  • gen but dumber
    gen but dumber 11 개월 전 +4

    As a brazilian I have to say this guy's portuguese is actually quite decent

  • Leo Leite
    Leo Leite 년 전 +1731

    Thank you for all your support. As an brazillian i fell very happy that you guys thought that our future is important. Abração from Brasil

    • any wallsocket
      any wallsocket 년 전 +51

      Of course fellow human fates are important, but when your president is burning the rainforest the entire planet will suffer in epic proportions.

    • therabbithat
      therabbithat 년 전 +30

      @any wallsocket pish posh. We can care about the fate of countries for reasons other than wanting to reap personal benefit from their natural resources

    • C K
      C K 년 전

      @therabbithat Who is we? You speaking French?? Stop dragging all of humanity into your self destructive cynicism.

  • Juliana Rodriegues
    Juliana Rodriegues 11 개월 전 +2

    I am from Brazil, and I can confirm the accuracy of this video. He is not even exagerating.

    • RIKZ Gamer
      RIKZ Gamer 11 개월 전

      Yes he is just being super biased and not showing the truth about who Lula is

  • MarVi
    MarVi 11 개월 전 +43

    Amo que o Greg News não pôde falar umas poucas e boas nessas eleições, mas ao menos na gringa alguém tentou cumprir esse papel kk

  • Gianni Veroni
    Gianni Veroni 11 개월 전 +18

    Well done Brazil! Lula for saving the Amazon rainforest:)

  • Thalles Cristiano
    Thalles Cristiano 11 개월 전 +7

    As a proud Brazilian, I must say: WE WON

  • Jeffrey Charbonneau
    Jeffrey Charbonneau 년 전 +307

    I never thought I would ever in my life see John spinning knun chucs while speaking Portuguese... this will be all I can think about in jury duty today

    • Ryan Baker
      Ryan Baker 년 전 +7

      It’s time to rid the world of the right wing

    • grintock
      grintock 년 전 +3

      Hey man, at least you tried spelling it

    • C M
      C M 년 전

      @grintock lmao

  • Maiden-X Iron Maiden Cover

    As I Brazilian, I commend your attempt to speak Portuguese. Also, good job with the nunchucks!

  • Seb Bat
    Seb Bat 11 개월 전 +2

    I remember watching the original Bolsonaro video four years ago and then doing a whole research paper on Brazil for my AP World class that year. I'm a sophomore in college now and can't believe it's really been that long.

  • Fábio García
    Fábio García 11 개월 전 +3

    So accurate, I'm scared laughing, hopefully this man and his corrupt evil sons go to jail very soon! 🙏🇧🇷

    • Rachel Rubel
      Rachel Rubel 10 개월 전 +1

      We are hoping for the same in The US!!!

  • Col.Hertford
    Col.Hertford 8 개월 전 +5

    Yet again John predicts what happens.

  • Tatiana Gasparini
    Tatiana Gasparini 년 전 +553

    This made me want to cry. It's been a tough couple of years in Brazil, but I love my country and will always fight for it.

    • M- Nice
      M- Nice 년 전 +2

      What part made you sad?

    • Fred A
      Fred A 년 전 +27

      I wish the best for you all. Let this be a lesson to many of how important it is to pay attention to who is running for office, and to vote. Never take either for granted.

    • KrakenBoot
      KrakenBoot 년 전 +17

      @M- Nice bot

    • Jéssica Soares
      Jéssica Soares 년 전 +13

      Yeah, depressingly so. And to think not even the worst of his speech was relayed 😢 getting more terrified the closer we get to sunday

    • gw
      gw 년 전 +1

      It's going to be a shitshow, can't wait to watch the fireworks