Madame Natasha follows Covid’s CPI sessions chewing chloroquine and was disappointed by the senators’ intention to charge Bolsonaro with “quackery and healerism” during the pandemic.
Quackery, come on, but talking about healing is an offense to the many shamans in the lady’s circle of friends.
The quack knows that fish oil does not cure rheumatism. The healer, on the other hand, believes in the virtues of his potions.
Zé Arigó (1921-1971) was an honest man. João de Deus, before being caught up in his sexual crimes, made a name for himself by serving a lot of good people. This, not to mention the thousands of shamans who took care of indigenous people. Chief Takumã Kamayura (1932-2014) is today a legend for the people of the Xingu.
Natasha believes this confusion is white man’s belief.
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