There was no Cup

This post is in 'celebration' of the World Cup 2014 There was no Cup by Vladimir Safatle The idea seemed perfect. After 12 years of continuous initiatives to transfer income, which lifted 32 million Brazilians to the middle class, Brazil would be able to show the world its new picture. That would be the affirmation of …

Brazil police fire teargas at protesting teachers

This post is an update on the situation in Brazil, reported on my last post on Brazilian Protests. Now, the Brazilian government continues to repress its population. This week teachers were attacked by the police for demanding better salaries. When is this dictatorship going to end?? Please read: PressTV - Brazil police fire teargas at protesting teachers. …

Brazilian Protests 2013

I don’t know much… Before I start I need to explain the fact that I’m not a political person. However, I believe (or I like to believe) the protests that happened, and are still happening, in Brazil in the last months are an important step in making this country a better place (not only for …