I didn’t sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement because…
…our ocean is the Atlantic!
The mayor of Paris said that she would vote for Haddad if she lived in Sao Paulo.
I, too, would vote for Haddad for mayor of Sao Paulo if I lived in Paris.
Brazilian cartoonist Hubert talks about the act of censorship practiced against him by Facebook. He remembers that ever since the end of the military authoritarian regime of the 1960s, when he worked for weekly “O Pasquim” newspaper and had numerous jokes censored, no one expected the resurgence of censorship in Brazil. The Lessa Blog sides with Hubert in strongly rejecting this lame attempt against freedom of expression. We’re sorry, Facebook, but… shame on you!
Com fé em Deus, iremos sobreviver ao último item da lista, também! 😉
+ Mango with milk
+ The millennium bug in the year 2000
+ The planetaly alignment in the year 2000
+ The return of the Devil on 06-06-06
+ Judgement Day on May 21, 2011
+ The Mayan prophecy on December 21, 2012
Workers Party’s administration
With plenty of faith in God, we shall survive the last item on the list, too! 😉
A consultoria Economática está sendo citada nos grandes meios de comunicação por causa de uma continha que mostrou quão trágica é a situação do fazendão.
Segundo essa continha, o valor de mercado da Petrobras caiu quase noventa por cento desde o dia em que Dilma Rousseff tomou posse em seu primeiro mandato.
A matemática é simples: a Petrobras valia nada menos que 228 bilhões de dólares — DÓLARES — no dia 31 de dezembro de 2010.
No dia 11 de setembro de 2015 (ontem, sexta-feira), a empresa estava valendo 28 bilhões de dólares.
Daí, pode-se concluir que o valor real do roubo na Petrobras, perpetrado pela petralhada, foi de exatos 200 bilhões de dólares. c.q.d.
“Economatica” consulting is being quoted all over the media because of a calculation that proved how critical the situation is in Brazil.
According to the calculation, Petrobras’ market value has plummeted almost ninety percent since the day Dilma Rousseff took office for her first term.
The math is simple: Petrobras was worth nothing less than 228 billion dollars — DOLLARS — on December 31, 2010.
Yesterday, September 11, 2015, Petrobras was worth 28 billion dollars only.
That leads to the conclusion that the real amount stolen from Petrobras by Workers Party’s operatives was exactly 200 billion dollars. q.e.d.