This is just an example of the reaction on social media regarding recent criminal actions taken by the Brazilian “supreme court”.
Sem Palavras… e Sem Comida
No Words… and No Food
A Confiança Perdida
Simple as That
Brasil, o Fazendão da Corrupção
Brazil, a Corrupt Huge Farm
Apenas Um Empresário Bolivariano…
Just a Bolivarian Businessman…
Eike Batista, o Lex Luthor brasileiro, tinha grana para implante, interlace, o escambau, mas tinha tara por peruca. Isso denota um sujeito de altíssima periculosidade. (LCC/PS)
Eike Batista, Brazil’s Lex Luthor, has plenty of dough for implants, interlace, the works, but he his fetish was toupees. This shows that he is a highly dangerous individual. (LCC/PS)
Enquanto Isso, no Vaticano…
Meanwhile, at the Vatican…
Um Lembrete nas Ruas…
A Reminder on the Street…
Massacre? Que Massacre?
Massacre? What Massacre?
DYING AT THE PUBLIC HEALTH LINE
The Lessa Blog has been following the gang fights in Brazilian prisons from a distance, and has been impressed by the media coverage, as well as the repercussion it has obtained all over the world. 90 criminals dead, killed by other criminals in one prison… 30 criminals killed by other inmates in another… and so on, and so forth. Horrifying, really.
However, the picture above shows a massacre nobody talks about, a massacre that occurs every single day in every single city of Brazil. Thousands — repeat: thousands — of people are killed by the un-government, by un-doctors, by un-mayors, just because they are looking for medical treatment and they have got the other (a very short) end of the stick.