The world’s highest taxes. The world’s highest interest rates. The world’s highest tolls. The world’s most expensive automobiles. The world’s most expensive automotive fuel. The world’s highest energy prices.
The world’s most expensive and corrupt politicians.
“If men and women are a failure, the institutions, we have to build them the best way possible, transforming… by the way, this is from another European, Montesquieu. It s from another very important European, together with Monet.”
1. A woman is being grabbed by her hair by police; 2. The woman is immobilized and punched on her face; 3. The woman is being dragged by her hair; 4. One can hear the deafening silence of the Feminist Moviment in Brazil, which works side by side with the Workers Party gang.
In essence, my criticism goes to the fact that an incredible wave of blindness has taken a hold of Brazil. No one questions a very fundamental discrepancy: the fact that the guy apprehended and considered a suspect of igniting the rocket that killed cameraman Santiago Andrade in the streets of Rio de Janeiro during a demonstration DOES NOT look like the guy seen in the pictures and videos of the event. For one, the real criminal is white, with thin hair and a somewhat strong physique; the suspect being held is thin, not so strong, and is not white (although he has been taken into custody with his hair cut short, one can easily imagine what it would look like if his hair were to be long…) As in Saramago’s novel, everyone seems to have descended into a complete, painful state of blindness. It’s a surreal situation that reminds us of pre-World War II Germany, where crude mass manipulation was the norm (remember, they didn’t have color pictures, internet, satellites, iPhones, etc). We do have all that, living in a real (not Saramago’s imaginary) world in 2014, and still no one cares to go against the official line. Therefore, I believe, it’s a much more painful situation, much worse to witness.
Pois é… a discrepância ente o físico e a aparência do criminoso e a figura do sujeito preso é enorme. Como explicar isso e a incrível rapidez da polícia na captura desse sujeito que estava lá em Deus-me-livre, no interior da Bahia, depois de onde Judas perdeu as meias? Hmmmm… vocês já estão sentindo o cheiro que eu estou sentindo?…
Well… as far as physical appearance is concerned, there seems to be a clear discrepancy between the guy arrested in the state of Bahia, very far away from the crime scene he is being accused of (firing up the mortar that exploded a cameraman’s head) and the person filmed during the demonstrations initiating the fatal attack. One is black, the other is white, to begin with. Now… how does one explain this discrepancy and the incredibly quick arrest made by the Brazilian Police at such a remote location? Are you smelling what I am smelling?…
In the picture above, the guy responsible for the death of the cameraman is on the left and the suspect arrested is on the right. Do they look alike?
A foto que registra o exato momento do ataque a um cinegrafista (que acabou morrendo) é, a partir de agora, o cartão postal da Copa do Mundo 2014.
As of today, the picture that shows the exact moment a cameraman was attacked on Thursday, Feb. 6 in the streets of Rio de Janeiro (he died today, Feb. 10) is the invitational postcard for the 2014 World Cup. Again… come at your own risk.
The picture above was taken in Boa Vista, capital city of Roraima State (Northern Brazil).
This is the country that is going to host the 2014 Soccer World Cup. It has arenas, but it doesn’t have hospitals. If there is a hospital, there are no proper accommodations for patients (as seen above).