Sunday, February 20, 2022

Germany responded me with involvement of more violence against me as 37 years old violent shizo from Brazil involved in MK Ultra torture became selected as new miss Germany

For me this is a newest German sign of sarcasm(also DENIAL VIA SAW NOTHING, HEARD NOTHING, KNOW NOTHING ENGAGE IN VIOLENT WORLD OF LIES AND TORTURE) and sign of continuation of spreading racial hatred throughout Germany/Europe - a disdain for Latino beauty as well as all other races and definitely an answer on my demand I posted earlier on today
@World - the main obstacle to German imperialism always were countries to the east - Poland, Czech, Slovakia and now also Ukraine...and its why they always will on their conquest for return of neonazism undermine their security as first while pushing simultaneous issues as seen above - hatred pot. Classic Merkel. 
@Germany - 50% of the females since is about Miss Germany for you Germany to know, are more appealing in Brazil and younger that your sadistic joke ;)  Also note I am Slovenian whose 10% of the population(of not even two million people) on your way to erase us completely, you exterminated during WWII alone - never mind previous colonialism ideas and land grabs you implemented against us through Austria. For that matter, I owe you or anyone in this world regardless of their racial background(its who  you involved to hide yourself behind) no explanation of any kind for your crimes against me personally. You on the other hand will be held accountable from this end. She should be ashamed to call herself Brazilian as I am not and never ever will be part of Uncle Tom's culture.

Miss Germany: 'Greenfluencer' Domitila Barros wins title

Domitila Barros, the online campaigner of sustainable living who grew up in a Brazilian favela, has won this year's Miss Germany contest.

Domitila Barros celebrates after being named Miss Germany

Domitila Barros celebrates after being named Miss Germany

Activist and actress Domitila Barros has been crowned the new Miss Germany on Saturday evening.

The 37-year-old, who is from Brazil and lives in Berlin, was competing for the title against ten other contestants during the event at the Europa-Park Arena in Rust, Baden. 

Barros grew up in a favela in northern Brazil, where she worked with street children from an early age, teaching them to read and write using acting and dancing.

She received a "Millennium Dreamer Award" from the United Nations in New York for the street children project.

Barros later moved to Berlin and got a master's degree in politics and social sciences.


Social entrepreneur and 'greenfluencer'

Barros' commitment to sustainability, environmental protection and social justice also played a role in earning her the title of Miss Germany.

In her work as a "social media greenfluencer," Barros has campaigned online for sustainable living.

"We all live on Mother Earth. And she needs us very much at the moment," she said on stage at Europa-Park.

She wants to make her cause "cooler, maybe even a little sexier," and she tries to do so through social media.

"The people I want to reach don't read all the newspaper articles — but they scroll," Barros said.

She is also a socially committed entrepreneur since 2017 as the founder of a swimwear brand that generates jobs for mothers in Brazil.

"Growing up in a less privileged part of this planet, I witnessed firsthand the effects of unsustainable, environmentally harmful and inhumane actions," Barros said, according to the Miss Germany website.

That's why the values of sustainability, environmental protection and social justice are so important to me."

Changes in 'Miss Germany'

The Miss Germany competition has sought to separate itself from the stereotypical objectification of women in the last two years.

Organizers have said that the contestants are no longer judged solely on their looks, but also on their character and "missions."

One of the participants advocated for victims of child sexual abuse, while another contestant urged women, in particular, to take care of their own finances.

The contest has also tried to have more diverse candidates and more

One of the finalists in this year's competition is active in the Black Lives Matter movement.

It was also the first time the pageant saw a transgender woman reaching the finals.

dvv/fb (AFP, dpa)

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