Christina Aguilera in an unprecedented move wrote a letter to the Brazilian government to raise their consciousness over the Brazilian prison system.
Christina who is not new to publicity stunts told a reporter that she was in love with a "Candy Man" living inside of a Brazilian prison. She refused to tell reporters his name, but it's reported she sends him a supply of items every month that includes love letters and pictures of her.
We managed to get a hold of the letter she had send the Brazilian government:
I am writing this letter to show good will to mankind.
Do not allow foreign doctors to establish a practice of medicine in Brazil because they are antagonistic towards Brazilian citizenship. Inviting a foreign doctor as a guest to perform an operation and the government compensating him is a sign of friendship and does not cause harm to Brazilians. You have to be intelligent about every situation so you can understand the microscopic details about life itself.
The loyalty of foreign doctors is to their own birthplace. The health of the Brazilian people is too valuable for you to sacrifice Brazilians to foreign doctors.
Also I have heard that foreign intelligence agencies are purposely infiltrating other countries by planting their doctors into foreign lands to keep the citizenship of that foreign land under control with the use of fear, paranoia and intimidation so they can control world policies and policies within those lands. If a foreign doctor or foreign clinics offer free medical services then you know their intentions are good because they are trying to help the poor. If a foreign doctor or clinic charges money for their services then you know their intentions are not good and they most likely will cover up the abuses they commit by saying the person was poor.
To keep a good supply of doctors in Brazil you must give free medical schools to Brazilian children so Brazil will never lack doctors.
Next, you have to mix men and women in the same prison to prevent genocide of the Brazilian people. You can do this in different ways.
- You can create hatcheries to have a supply of women to place into men's prisons in Brazil. Then keep two types of prison: One for Brazilian men in society and one for Brazilian women in society.
Brazilian men--Hatchery women
Brazilian women--Brazilian women
- You can mix Brazilian men and women in the same prison cells.
- You can mix Brazilian men and women in the same prison and you can mix hatchery women with Brazilian men in the same prison.
- You can put four hatchery women into a cell with one male prisoner. Give them an exercise bike, and exercise equipment. You can have them do work six hours a day in isolated work compartments in the form of a factory.
There must be constant access to a female to comply with the Genocide Laws.
Article II: In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethical, racial or religious group, as such:
- (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
Article III: The following acts shall be punishable:
- (a) Genocide;
(b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;
(c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;
(d) Attempt to commit genocide;
(e) Complicity in genocide.
Based on the Law, the Brazilian government can be taken before a United Nations court where Brazil would lose because they keep men in prison without women. With the use of the prison system, the Brazilian government is imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group.
You might have to release Brazilian men from all the prisons and you will have to close down all the male prisons in Brazil.
If you do close all the prisons in Brazil, you will have to punish men with taking money out of their work wages so they can pay for crimes they have committed. This will prevent them from committing crimes because they don't want to lose parts of their wages.
If men do not want to work to escape punishment, then you can put them to work in work camps. These men can get free prison clothing they can wear in society and they can get three meals a day at the work camps. By law, they would be forced to show up for an eight hour shift at the work camps and all the money they make would go to the Brazilian government so it can be used to prevent crime in Brazil.
The men will stay free in society where they can procreate with women.
This sounds better because Brazil will save millions of dollars in prison cost and they will actually make billions of dollars from the work camps.
If they do not show, up for work, you can find them, bring them to the work camp, and extend their sentenced workdays or you can take away their cars or personal belongings to sell to make up for the lost workdays.