Over 2,000 rally against World Cup in Brazil

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  1. Razor

    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    Over 2,000 rally against World Cup in Brazil

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    http://rt.com/news/brazil-protest-world-cup-204/
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    .........they are protesting wasting of public money, by destroying public property :hmm:

    Is there are actual real anger behind these protests? Or is it politically motivated, or through some external hand?

    As far as western media goes, I can see it's the usual, trying to sling mud and make it look bad, publicize every bad event and so on (remember the run up to the Chinese Olympics and the cwg?)
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    Happens everywhere, not just Brazil. Protesters think it is okay to take law in their hands.

    I don't know. Somebody with more knowledge about Brazil should comment about the situation there.
    But I would never rule out external hand.
    It's happening in Ukraine (http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/...rade-suicide-halts-talks-eu-3.html#post846440 , http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/europe-russia/57792-10-things-know-about-situation-kiev.html, courtesy Amreeka) as we speak.
     
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    Much people are worried in publics spends in stadium works in comparison to governmental spend in other areas as education and health. Former player Ronaldo said one time "It don't does a World Cup with hospitals". But now is later to demonstrations against World Cup. Cup goes happen, and is the chance to gain some money with tourists and compensate the public spendings. Dont do the Cup would be worst, as the money has been spend - and stolen also.

    'Pacification' are the police operations to occupy some slums near to stadiums or critical areas for Cup realization in Rio de Janeiro City. But in actualy this operations didnt change much things inside slums, at best the armed ostentation by drug lords in the streets ended.
     
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    I also dont understand this, since public property is the people's property. Who will pay the price of destruction will be ourselves through our taxes! :confused: :tsk:

    Likely the two motivations are mixed. People are angered, but at same time majority of people works along day and have no time to demonstrations. And Brazilian people also dont have the will to demonstrate. We are a reconciled people that knows just complain against, but dont do nothing for change the state of things.

    That who demonstrate are usually paid militants by politics parties or NGO's, for this I dont exclude foreign hand. These masked black-wear men in the photos are the Black Blocks, a violent protesters group.
     
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    Those Brazilian favela's are bloody dangerous, Brazil is a nice place(with amazing women) but the drug lords are dangerous people. Lets hope all works out well.
     
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    PredictablyMalicious Punjabi Senior Member

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    If you like small boobs and prominent bundas(ass), Brazil is paradise.
     
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    Brazilian women boobs arent so small. They are smaller than american tits, of course, coz here men worths more the buttocks ('bundas') than the boobs, as american men. In actually Brazilian boobs are medium size.
     
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    You are probably right. Brazilian boobs are about the same size or bigger than the ones found in European countries. Interestingly, the emphasis or the greater worth (as you put it) ascribed to bundas might have to do with the large Black presence in Brazil. Black males seem to be mostly bunda men rather than boobs men, even here in North America. Even in the US and Canada, bundas are now highly valued. The black male has revolutionized the Americans' aesthetic tastes and I for one am glad.
     
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