Yes that is my fear,Yes. Sadly, from what I've heard from him in the past few years, Lula seems to have steered further into the left-woke-globalist agenda. Some of it is probably meant to please his left-wing voters, but it is difficult to know what the man truly thinks.
all over the region there have been statements by presidents calling this he "victory of democracy" which makes me suspicious right away, I do suspect foul play with votes, and they have created such a campaign against Bolsonaro that it would be easy to rig an election since "everyone hates him!"
On the other hand, there was an interesting statement made by Argentina's president Fernandez, another rather dislikable character, about the possibility that Lula back in power might mean that their interests of becoming a member of BRICS might see better odds.
Something that could be positive indeed, as a counterweight to the Western power over the region, specially with the upcoming chaos, however I am also of the mind that Lula victorious and Argentina y BRICS could work more as a Trojan horse than anything else... so perhaps we might be about to see a RICS... or an infiltrated BRICS.