Linkht was a politician and journalist in Brazil.
He was elected President of Brazil in February 2008.
Until the month of January 2008, Brazil was a foreign stronghold. Little is known of the history of Brazil in the corresponding period of November 2007 to January 2008. It is known of the existence of a political party created by Brazilian false - mostly British - La Caipirinha, which provided presidents of Brazil, Isidor, and chepibola, both foreigners.
In mid-January, Brazil began to be populated by real Brazilians. These founded the Youth Party, composed of Marco Polo, one of the oldest Brazilian players by activity, linkht, Brito, Zeca, among others.
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Linkht won the party elections and launched his candidacy for president of Brazil for the elections of February 1. Linkht was elected president of Brazil with about 15 votes.
During this period, besides the Partido Jovem Brasileiro (Brazilian Youth Party), coexisted another political party, the Brazilian Integralista Movement (MIB), which was formed by Brazilian legitimate citizens, but they did not achieve as much success as the PJB.
Gradually foreigners were leaving Brazil and Brazil's population began to grow, albeit at a slow pace. At that time, the population of Brazil was around 40 citizens.
He was the Press director of Folha Online, the top newspaper in Brazil.
His death was discovered in December 2008, though it is believed that he died much earlier.