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naste.de.lumina
18th June 2013, 21:50
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Lifebringer
18th June 2013, 22:15
All he players around the world need to take a strike. They only use them for as much money as they can make, and when they break their bones and body, kick them to the curb, before it starts showing.

GloriousPoetry
18th June 2013, 22:39
Same type of things have happened in Mexico during world cups...... on a positive note Brasil has a woman president! I love your country and felt very at home when I was there back in 1999. Like the Mexican people the Brasilenos are in love with the game of futbol and the passion for the game is greater than the awareness to socially improve their condition. I agree with you it's distrubing how much money the sport makes while little or no money is placed on improving the lives of its population.

Soulboy
18th June 2013, 23:28
Same type of things have happened in Mexico during world cups......

Let's not forget what happened to London leading up to last year's Games. They sanitised the whole of the East End (the bohemian/ artist/ creative part of town) between the location and the main train station between the city centre and the olympic village, closing small art exhibitions, bars, clubs, cafes, really cool and creative street art was painted over (like it was in fashion to be as bland as possible), police presence was multiplied and became more aggressive by several orders of magnitude... Entering some clubs was like going through TSA security almost, all for a bit of music and harmless fun. They targeted clubs that were just alternative, based on one person who smoked a spliff in them that got filmed by plainclothes policemen, while 'China White', a w*nker's club in the West End, did not get targetet at all, despite (I suspect) there being a hell of a lot more drugs in there than anywhere else in Greater London, but you wouldn't wanna hassle the elite's children, of course. Let's go after the poor working class creative types instead. London really lost what made it cool, all of its freedoms, its atmosphere of "do whatcha wanna do" leading up to these events, it started almost before it was even decided that the Games were gonna be in London. So, good luck to Brazil with this questionable bit of good news. This lady has a good idea of what is to come, I reckon

Arpheus
19th June 2013, 02:58
As a native from Brazil thats been leaving in the USA for the last 15 years,i cant help but wander why is it that this girl and the guy who posted these videos are trying to achieve by making them in english?I dont get it,They should be trying to reach their own masses,and not try to get sympathy from other countries simply because no one is going to do anything outside of their own country that will change any of this madness,madness is the only word i can think of that would describe the level of insanity thats happening in my homeland right now,it makes me want to puke to be honest.I applaud their effort but if they posted some of these videos in portuguese then maybe the end result would be a better one?I am glad to see the population taking it to the streets tho seems to be a good sign.It doesnt seem to be much different in the US these days tho,things are getting ugly here we barely have any rights nowadays and i dont see anyone in here taking it to streets,people are too busy watching their favorite tv show or sports game in the comfort of their homes,i cant help but to feel despair and disdain it doesnt seem like anything is going to get better in here anytime soon either its truly depressing most of the time,just makes me want to scream wake me up when its all over please!!!

ghostrider
19th June 2013, 04:38
they want to expose whats going on to the world , if they speak in spanish only , everyone who doesn't speak spanish won't have a clue what is going on ... it's the same problem everywhere, the government politicians have plenty of money, the people suffer, the government throws the people's money at silly projects that do nothing to make the country better, they only pad their own interest ... one day , when we all unite , this craziness will stop ... we must focus on what is important , food, water, shelter, healthcare , education, and peace... not oil, diamonds, cars, corporations, soccer games, ball games, movies, time to get real ...

naste.de.lumina
19th June 2013, 14:03
As a native from Brazil thats been leaving in the USA for the last 15 years,i cant help but wander why is it that this girl and the guy who posted these videos are trying to achieve by making them in english?I dont get it,They should be trying to reach their own masses,and not try to get sympathy from other countries simply because no one is going to do anything outside of their own country that will change any of this madness,madness is the only word i can think of that would describe the level of insanity thats happening in my homeland right now,it makes me want to puke to be honest.I applaud their effort but if they posted some of these videos in portuguese then maybe the end result would be a better one?I am glad to see the population taking it to the streets tho seems to be a good sign.It doesnt seem to be much different in the US these days tho,things are getting ugly here we barely have any rights nowadays and i dont see anyone in here taking it to streets,people are too busy watching their favorite tv show or sports game in the comfort of their homes,i cant help but to feel despair and disdain it doesnt seem like anything is going to get better in here anytime soon either its truly depressing most of the time,just makes me want to scream wake me up when its all over please!!!

The English is the language in which the world communicates.
I posted this video because I believe that all human beings are brothers regardless of nationality, religion, race, etc..
This is not to garner sympathy but to inform showing the true face of these events.
Ok, if you do not agree with this attitude. Do what you believe should be done then.
Doing nothing is not an option for me.
I'll miss, maybe right, but I'll try.
Hug.

soleil
19th June 2013, 18:37
shared this on fb today

fbs_brazil
19th June 2013, 19:12
they want to expose whats going on to the world , if they speak in spanish only , everyone who doesn't speak spanish won't have a clue what is going on ... it's the same problem everywhere, the government politicians have plenty of money, the people suffer, the government throws the people's money at silly projects that do nothing to make the country better, they only pad their own interest ... one day , when we all unite , this craziness will stop ... we must focus on what is important , food, water, shelter, healthcare , education, and peace... not oil, diamonds, cars, corporations, soccer games, ball games, movies, time to get real ...

I agree with 99% of what you said. Just one thing, here in Brazil - unlike the other countries in Latin America - we speak Portuguese, not Spanish.
Legacy of our settlers.

RunningDeer
19th June 2013, 19:27
1,551,944 hits in 2 days... Go Carla!

Thanks, naste.de.lumina!


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This video was recorded right before the recent protests started, but with all of this going on, it becomes even more evident that the World Cup and the Olympics should not be our priority. The world has to know about what's really going on.

Please share #changebrazil


I know this is a brief overview, so if you want to know more about the problems discussed in the video, please check the links below:



A Nova Democracia (The New Democracy) - https://www.facebook.com/jornalanovad...
Domínio

Público (Public Domain)- http://vimeo.com/50479054


Copa pra quem? https://www.facebook.com/copapraquem?...
Comitê

Popular do Rio http://comitepopulario.wordpress.com/
http://www.theworld.org/2012/08/brazi...
Marcelo

Lacerda - http://vimeo.com/24851532