In 1988, the mutilated body of a middle-aged man was found on the banks of an artificial lake in Brazil. Listed as one of the most disturbing deaths of a human being ever recorded, the question is who or what left the body on the reservoir.
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“I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be,” President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office during a meeting with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. Trump said he remains “very unhappy” with McCain for the late senator's vote that sank congressional Republicans' effort to repeal ObamaCare, even seven months after his death, and added he did not like the former Arizona GOP senator even before that.
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During and after WW2. I also know that hundreds of Geramans were taken out of South America by the American Military and put into concentration camps in the U.S. desert; some of them for years. I assume it was people who were better off because that way someone waiting somewhere can buy their land/estate for a penny to the Dollar. And that was the whole purpose of it.
The Legacy Media sure does like to try to conflate itself with a Free Press and then claim when criticized the person doing it is attacking the Free Press. They tried this with President Trump. Still are. Now they are trying to do it with his conservative Brazilian counterpart Jair Bolsonaro.
In this video we take a look the Legacy Media mistaking itself as Free Press.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro wins first round election but didn’t win quite enough votes to avoid a run off vote. Liberal tears are flowing as victory for the “Trump of the tropics” appears inevitable. Can this man bring the 2nd amendment to Brazil to combat a rising murder rate?
While holding a rally for his presidential bid the “Trump of the Tropic” was nearly fatally wounded in Brazil. What does this mean for the election and how did people grow to hate a decent man so much? Jair Balsonaro and his Un-personing.
very likely the contents of the building were removed and the artefacts are now in a ' Middle eastern' collection , Certainly the Brazilian people need to get rid of the odious Temer and get Lula released from prison
Jair Bolsonaro has been budded the tropic Trump, and not without good reason. In many ways he mirrors the US President. Be it his no BS attitude or style of speech. He will make you take a second look. But the real question is, is he right to help reform the ever increasingly socialist Brazilian Government?
In a women's prison in Brazil, the inmates are young and beautiful, the warden is a sadist, all but one of the guards are cruel, and the nurse is an incompetent cuckoo. To make it difficult for the inmates to hide contraband, they wear no underwear. They are alternately murderous and orgiastic with each other, and they engage in sex play with some of the guards. The warden pimps out inmates to wealthy lesbians. With the help of the nurse and under the cover of Carnival, three inmates stage an escape. Once out, will they contrive to stay undiscovered, or will their natures guarantee an ill-fated end to their attempt?
Many American millennials seem to be drawn to socialism. They came out in big numbers for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential primaries. They rail against capitalism on their college campuses. They wear Che Guevara t-shirts to signal their socialist virtue.
I know a lot about socialism. I live in Rio de Janeiro, and I work throughout Brazil as a journalist for a popular magazine.
In the early 2000s, Brazil’s economy was growing rapidly. The government had enacted economic and monetary reforms and divested holdings in some state-run companies, giving the private sector more room to breathe. Inflation—a chronic problem in Brazil—was dramatically reduced. Foreign investors poured into the country, eager to catch a portion of our expanding economy. The future seemed promising.
But today, our economy is in shambles, unemployment and debt are massive, and powerful politicians are being investigated for involvement in the largest scandals of fraud and corruption in the country's history.
In 2002, a socialist politician named Lula da Silva ran for the presidency. He was a socialist, but painted himself as a modern, cool kind of socialist. He would be the politician who would heal national divisions and unite everyone. He even had a nickname: “Lulinha paz e amor,” which means "Little Lula peace and love" in Portuguese.
But the old message about the need for income redistribution to decrease inequality was still there. The media, academic elite and celebrities assured Brazilians that by transferring the money from the rich to the poor, the poor could finally be richer. But the only ones who really got rich were Lula and his corporate and political friends. It only got worse under his successor, Dilma Rousseff.
The socialists increased government spending, deficits, and debt. They called it a “stimulus.” They increased the minimum wage and the benefits of social programs. They called it “social justice.” They increased the salaries and retirement benefits of the civil service. They called it “investing in the future.” They handed out thousands of jobs in the government and state-owned companies as favors to their political allies. And they called it “good governance.”
It worked for a while. Socialism always works at the beginning. But government spending just kept going up, and then Lula’s socialist paradise fell apart and the economy fell with it. The outcome: from 2008 to 2015, government spending grew nearly four times as fast as tax revenue.
The economy shrank 3.8 percent in 2015, the worst result in 25 years. That same year, a World Bank survey found Brazil’s economy to be one of the world’s worst. Out of 189 countries, we were the 16th hardest place to open a business, the 60th most difficult nation in which to register property, and the 12th most complex place to pay taxes.
Economically and morally, the almost 15 years of socialist policies have greatly harmed Brazil. We also remain among the world's leaders in murder and robbery, and we rank near the bottom of industrialized nations in terms of education and health care.
Americans take it for granted that they can be born into the lower class and reach the middle or even upper class. Many Brazilians take it for granted that they can’t.
But finally some things are starting to change. There may be reason for hope. Today, more and more Brazilians see that capitalism and limited government are the only way forward.
Thankfully for Brazil, Lula has been charged in several lawsuits for corruption, involvement in a criminal organization, influence peddling, money laundering, and obstruction of justice. Rousseff was impeached in 2016 for falsifying the government’s finances and illegally using money from state-owned banks to run the government. This crisis prompted the new government to freeze federal spending, reduce the government’s role in state-owned companies, and to encourage some of the massive federal workforce to resign.
No one knows whether these basic measures will be enough to rescue Brazil economically. Truthfully, the damage has been so extensive, it may take decades for the country to recover.
But if we do, it won’t be socialism that saves us.
Um professor da escola pública Presidente Tancredo de Almeida Neves, em Ubatuba – SP, criou um Projeto de Iniciação Científica para colocar os alunos da 5ª série em contato direto com a ciência. Juntos, eles começam a construir um satélite. O documentário apresenta a história do projeto e acompanha Candido Osvaldo de Moura e seus alunos à cidade de Nagoya, no Japão, onde apresentam um artigo científico no maior congresso aeroespacial do país.