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Mass protests continued throughout Brazil on Monday, with hundreds of thousands of demonstrators converging in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, the capital of Brasilia and other cities.
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Why is it that in Brazil they are 'freedom-loving protestors', yet at the G8 they are 'thugs'?
People Power? If this protest is given a color, when we can be sure that Fernando Negro is correct.
And we read that we must be happy with a World Cup, REALLY???
for those clueless every brazillian pays 18 taxes tho the gvmnt already in the sum of 1trillion
disregard Brazil´s problems because of the cup will NEVER happen again NEVER we´ll be fooled
35 billions never goes to public safes even if its a plot without world cup ,movements will not stop
What kind of development could we brazillians have if all the income goes to few politicians.
This is, obviously, a US/Western plot - executed in order to sabotage the World Cup and Olympics - and, consequentiality, the Brazilian Economy...
Even if people are against these events... What possible benefit can come out of sabotaging them, now, that they are inevitable?
And, why are there so many US celebrities supporting the protests - including the known politician Arnold Schwarzenegger?
Wake up, Brazilians... You are all being manipulated - and are only making things worst, by sabotaging your own economic development...
Police was supposed to protect the people! But everywhere police protects politicians, not people!
it is confirmed that mankind cannot govern himself without a strong dictator. The Beast shall arise.
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