Nossa Senhora da Câmara de Gás!
Our Lady of the Gas Chamber!

Please note the Brazilian youth’s deep level of ignorance — a direct result of the Lulla-Dilma years:
The poster was produced by 7th grade students in order to promote religious tolerance. It says:
“Religious intolerance is a crime! Respect diversity.”
Now… look at all the religious symbols displayed — especially one on the left… 🙁

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O Fracasso de Domingo – Meus 2 Centavos
Sunday’s Failure – My 2 Cents

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In this video, I try to emphasize the need for a change in the way organizers are planning demonstrations all over Brazil against the rotten politicians who keep playing dirty trick on us all the time. It’s not good enough to set a demonstration two months ahead of time. Things must happen on the spot, or shortly thereafter. As long this does not change, the popular reaction will dwindle and end up ceasing to exist altogether — which is everything the corrupt politicians in Brazil are dreaming of.

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Assinado: Ninguém
Signed: No One

O trabalhador americano vive melhor, produz quatro vezes mais que o trabalhador brasileiro, e tudo isso sem os benefícios que o trabalhador brasileiro dispõe.

The American worker lives better, produces four times more than the Brazilian worker without all the benefits extended to the Brazilian worker.
(Picture): “I don’t have FGTS, INSS, paid vacation and a monthly minimum salary. I think I will move to Brazil to have my worker’s rights guaranteed.” (Signed: No One)

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Todos os Caminhos Levam a Roma…
All Roads Lead to Rome…

How to defend one single ideology in different ways without losing hegemony
(Drawing representing all variations of communism embedded in Brazilian political parties)
All play their part according to “Il Gramscismo”: “Divide schedules, create a false oppostition, propose closed ideological debates, spread the ideas, recruit and train activists, lie about statistics, occupy the media, schools and universities.”
The Lessa Blog regrets to see this going on in full force in Brazil.

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Sobre um Fim ao Terror Islâmico – Meus 2 Centavos
An End to Islamic Terror – My 2 Cents

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In this video about the troubles caused by Islamic terror, I call for strict reciprocity and remind everyone that intolerance cannot be treated with tolerance. The strict reciprocity I refer to includes the prohibition of building of Mosques in the West, since it is forbidden to build Catholic, Protestant or other denomination churches in Arab/Muslim countries.

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O Desabafo
The Outburst

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This man, who identifies himself as “Duca Democrático”, leader of the so-called Sao Paulo’s Popular Buzz Movement, uses very graphic language to describe his dissatisfaction with the current political situation in Brazil. The Lessa Blog has decided to publicize this video not only because it agrees with some of the essence (not necessarily with the tone) but also because it shows how radical and dangerous the situation is getting. Attention: very graphic language.

 

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Um Testemunho Sofrido
A Painful Testimony

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This unnamed worker says he has been working since he was 14 years old. Now he is 44, having worked from Monday to Saturday starting at 4 a.m. He says he went to check his retirement status and was informed that is the current retirement/welfare plan is approved, he will have to work — hard — for another twenty years. Attention: graphic language.
(Source: the internet)

 

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A Verdade Por Trás da Reforma da Previdência
The Truth Behind the Brazilian Welfare Reform

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This congressman, a representative from Ceará state (Northeastern Brazil), explains that companies and banks owe almost 500 billion reais (170 billion dollars) to the Brazilian welfare/retirement system. None of the administrations, including the current one, have ever tried to make these companies pay. Now, the Temer administration has decided that the people are going to fill this huge hole, paying the bill. That is absolutely unacceptable, and the Lessa Blog agrees with him. Welfare/Retirement reform? Yes. This welfare/retirement reform? NO!

 

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