“A little bit of patience, please. The keynote speaker is on his way here!”
Publicado em “O Antagonista”
Published by “The Antagonist”
O Blog do Lessa assina embaixo.
The text above lists the major wrongdoings of the Workers Party along the years and clearly shows who is trying to misguide and sabotage the country’s affairs. The Lessa Blog wholeheartedly agrees with those terms. Use this as an exercise in Brazilian Portuguese, so you can improve your translation skills.
STF x Lula – O Dia Seguinte
Brazilian Supreme Court x Lula – The Day After
Quais as perscpectivas (e piadas) que brotam a partir da decisão do STF de permitir a prisão do canalha cachaceiro de Atibaia? É o que mostra o vídeo.
What are the perspectives (and jokes) that have come up since the Brazilian Supreme Court decision to allow former president Lula’s arrest? That’s what this video shows. Good for practicing your Brazilian Portuguese language skills!
Como Funciona A Ameaça da Coréia do Norte
How The North Korean Threat Works
In this video, a person explains how Kim Jong-un may destroy the whole world. If he wants to destroy just the United States of America, he presses the green button. If there is retaliation from the U.S. and other countries, he then presses the yellow button, which will destroy the whole world except for Brazil. Asked how to destroy Brazil, he then shows the red button with the number 13 (the Workers Party electoral number). Pressing that red button, then Brazil is completely destroyed, too. 😉
Todos os Caminhos Levam a Roma…
All Roads Lead to Rome…
How to defend one single ideology in different ways without losing hegemony
(Drawing representing all variations of communism embedded in Brazilian political parties)
All play their part according to “Il Gramscismo”: “Divide schedules, create a false oppostition, propose closed ideological debates, spread the ideas, recruit and train activists, lie about statistics, occupy the media, schools and universities.”
The Lessa Blog regrets to see this going on in full force in Brazil.
A Petralhada Não Descansa…
The “Petralhas”* Won’t Give Up…
2017 has barely begun… and the Workers Party militants are feeling more outraged with Sao Paulo’s mayor Joao Doria dressing up as a street sweeper than with Minas Gerais’ governor Fernando Pimentel, from the Workers Party (of course!), being caugh on video while picking up his drunken son at a party using a government helicopter.
*”Petralha” is a derogative word widely used to describe any member of the Workers Party. It combines the words “petista” and “metralha”. The first is the usual description of a PT (Workers Party) member; the second relates to Disney characters Beagle Boys, or “Irmãos Metralha” in Brazilian Portuguese.
Informação de Utilidade Pública
Public Service Announcement
O Longo Caminho de Casa…
Take the Long Way Home…
Just Like That
Falta Pouco para o Natal, Mas…
Christmas is around the corner, but…
Esta é a Pátria Educadora…
This is the Education Homeland…
Claudio Lessa em 45 segundos
Claudio Lessa in 45 seconds
In essence, I present the petralha un-government in three acts. First, the gang alleges lack of money and does not pay the first half of the so-called 13th salary to pensioners and retired persons. Second, the Cassava Queen gives 500 million reais (approximately 150 million dollars) to politicians in exchange for their support at this near-impeachment time. Third, while doing everything wrong with the economy, the Woman-Sapiens gang has no shame: starts talking about a new (and dreaded) tax, known in Brazil as CPMF (it collects 0,38% of every bank transaction), expecting to raise some 83 billion reais (approximately 23 billion dollars). As it happened before (this tax has already been repealed once), the money that was supposed to be channeled to the Health Ministry was diverted to pay for everything else but health. No, not again!
A Estrela do PT é Feita de Quê?
What is the Workers Party’s star made of?
Laerte Rímoli e a Fraqueza do PT
Laerte Rimoli and the Workers Party’s weakness
O governo corrupto do PT, da Dilma e do Lula não tem força nem para enfrentar a imprensa e fazer um balanço da manifestação. E o dinheiro para os blogs oficiais está sumindo. Como fazer, ministro Edinho Silva?
The corrupt government of the Workers Party, Dilma and Lula does not have any strength to face the press and present an evaluation of the protests. Meanwhile, the money for the official blogs is disappearing. What should be done, minister Edinho Silva?
Marcio Accioly e o Brasil
Marcio Accioly on Brazil
A chamada “grande imprensa,” reunindo Folha de S. Paulo, Globo, etc., resolveu discutir o número de pessoas presentes nas manifestações, para saber se merecem crédito ou não. Ninguém faz nada. Milhões e milhões de pessoas vão às ruas, pedindo o impeachment da presidente e o fim da corrupção, mas o que se discute nos altos escalões é se os atuais protestos estão reunindo mais gente do que os anteriores.
O que desejam, afinal, os quadrilheiros do PT? Que se invada o Palácio do Planalto e se arranque Dilma de lá? O recado está mais do que dado. Todos sabem que a presidente, de quem se começa a duvidar seriamente a respeito da saúde mental, é cúmplice de ladrões, tolerante com a roubalheira, despreparada e que não consegue mais se deslocar sem ser vaiada nem é ouvida quando se propõe a falar pela televisão.
Quem desenha o cenário de mando político, dentro de um sistema como o nosso, é a economia. E a nossa se encontra inteiramente desorganizada, dependente do consumo exacerbado de bens de consumo e de automóveis que entopem as estradas, paralisando as cidades. Some-se a isso a corrupção generalizada, drenando todos os recursos financeiros disponíveis e irá se compreender o caos.
Mas ainda tem mais: a crise ambiental, sobre a qual ninguém fala, anunciando a falta de água e iminente colapso energético. O Brasil parece caminhar para uma ditadura. Vai ser impossível organizar sociedade tão desarrumada, onde o sistema educacional faliu, as instituições demonstram enorme fragilidade e as emissoras de televisão despejam pornografia o dia inteiro, banalizando canalhice e bandalheira.
An impossible way out
The so-called “mainstream media” (“Folha de S.Paulo”, “O Globo” etc) has decided to debate the number of people attending the demonstrations to determine if they deserve credit or not. No one does anything. Millions and millions get to the streets and ask for the president’s impeachment and the end of corruption, but what’s being discussed at the top is if the current wave of protests is gathering more people than the previous ones.
What do the Workers Party gang members wish? That the Planalto Palace is invaded and that Dilma is sacked from there? The message has been given, crystal clear. Everybody knows that the president (of whom serious doubts have been raised about her mental health) is an accomplice to thieves, is tolerant with the stealing, is unprepared and cannot move around without being booed, being unable to communicate even when she tries to deliver a speech on TV.
The economy is the designer of the political scene in a system like ours. Our economy is completely disorganized, dependent of a high level of consumption of consumer goods and automobiles that clog the roads, paralyzing the cities. Add the generalized corruption that drains all available financial resources to that picture and one will be able to understand the chaos.
But there’s more: the environmental crisis — that no one talks about, revealing the imminent lack of water and energy collapse. Brazil seems to be moving towards a dictatorship. It will be impossible to organize such a disorganized society where the educational system has failed, the institutions demonstrate an enormous weakness and the television networks dump pornography all day long, vulgarizing dishonor and indecency.
Laerte Rímoli e a Indignação Seletiva
Laerte Rimoli on selective outrage
Comovente a indignação seletiva dos meus amigos petistas. Eles têm nojo dos roubos da era FHC. Mas aplaudem, com entusiasmo, a corrupção patrocinada por Lula, Dilma e o PT. E brigam pela manutenção da gangue no poder.
The selective outrage of my friends from the Workers Party is very touching. They abhor the thefts occurred during the FHC era, but they cheer enthusiastically the corruption sponsored by Lula, Dilma and the PT. And they fight to maintain the gang in power.
Sergio Garschagen, a Corrupção e a ONU
Sergio Garschagen, corruption and the UN
PT ladravaz – Para demonstrar o quanto o país sofre com os altos índices de corrupção, o procurador Deltan Dallagnol citou um estudo da ONU revelando que os bilhões de reais desviados do país por ano permitiria multiplicar por três os investimentos federais em educação ou saúde ou, ainda, multiplicar por cinco tudo o que se investe em segurança. Seria possível, assim, com esse rombo, resgatar da miséria os dez milhões de brasileiros que não conseguem comprar os alimentos necessários para sobreviver.
Larcenous PT (Workers Party) – To demonstrate how much Brazil suffers with its high levels or corruption, prosecutor Deltan Dallagnol has cited a UN study that reveals that the billions of reais diverted from the country each year would enable multiplying federal investments in education or health by three — or multiplying by five everything currently invested in security. With all this money, it would be possible to rescue from poverty ten million Brazilians who are not able to buy enough food to survive.