He goes on saying that "Darwinism is genocidal by itself, from its very roots.
It did not have to be deformed by disloyal disciples to become something it was not".
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Carvalho founded the Inter-American Institute for Philosophy, Government, and Social Thought in 2009, and serves as its president.
He collaborates with Ted Baehr, Paul Gottfried, Judith Reisman, Alejandro Peña Esclusa and Stephen Baskerville through the Inter-American Institute.
He exposed the Marxist elite in Brazil according to Vladimir Tismaneanu.
Carvalho rejects Karl Popper's open society for "not recognizing any transcendent values and by leaving everything at the mercy of economic conveniences – conveniences that are something alleged even to justify the very demolition of the free market and its replacement by the welfare state, based upon taxation and debt."Carvalho opposes astronomers and scientists in general who refuse to consider astrology as an object of scientific study, seeing in this refusal a partisan attitude.
"There is a structural correspondence between the position of the stars in the sky at the time of a person's birth and his character. He also criticizes heliocentrism, claiming there are no definitive scientific proof of the Earth orbiting the Sun. Carvalho wrote: "All he [Charles Darwin] did was to venture a new explanation for that theory [evolutionism] — and his explanation was wrong.