A Vigarista Francesinha Ataca Novamente!…
Frenchie La Crook Strikes Again!…

 

A propósito do vídeo imediatamente anterior, aqui está o novo cartão de visitas da “professora” de Francês também conhecida como “Vigarista da Mandioca”.

By the way, the immediately preceding video led The Lessa Blog to freely advertise Dilma Rousseff’s (a.k.a. “the Yucca Swindler”) business card in her new capacity as a French teacher.

A Vigarista Francesinha
Frenchie La Crook

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This video serves as a record of one more idiotic behavior displayed by former president Dilma Rousseff for the whole world to see. This time, she attempted to speak French in front of an incredulous Swiss audience (she can barely speak Brazilian Portuguese, her own language!). The stupidity of this woman knows no bounds!

ESTA Reforma da Previdência? NÃO!
THIS Welfare Reform? NO!

 

João Dória & Michel Temer – Meus 2 Centavos
Joao Doria & Michel Temer – My 2 Cents

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In this video, I talk about the absurdity of wasting someone like Joao Doria, current mayor of Sao Paulo, as a viable presidential candidate, and also discuss the lack of drive on the part of the current president, Michel Temer — a man incapable of coming with something new, something bold, something that could make him a president to be remembered.

Só a Marcela Sabe…
Only Marcela Knows…

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Once again, Michel Temer’s mishaps have generated a funny reaction from the media. This time, based on his “macho-chauvinist” speech regarding the International Women’s Day, a Brasilia-based news site (Metropolis.com) has created an ad where the announcer (a male) does not know any sale prices, “but Marcela (Temer’s wife) knows”. In a very old-fashioned style, she announces the prices in cruzeiros, a currency not used in Brazil since the Sixties. If you understand Brazilian Portuguese and have been following Michel Temer’s latest adventures, you will have a ball with this one. 😉

O Sinal Mais Visível da Corrupção no Brasil
Brazil’s Most Visible Sign of Corruption

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In this video, a Brazilian who lives in Florida shows how much he pays for licensing his Maseratti anually, something a little less than 100 dollars. In Brazil, the same car would require an annual extorsion by the un-government/un-administration of about 9 thousand 500 dollars. Viewers beware: he uses some rough language in Brazilian Portuguese — because he is understandably pretty mad about it.