•What about Temer’s case?
•Who said we are procrastinating?
WHAT IS POISON?
Anything besides what we need is poison. It can be power, laziness, food, ego, ambition, fear, anger or whatever.
WHAT IS FEAR?
The non-acceptance of uncertainty. If we accept uncertainty, it becomes adventure.
WHAT IS ENVY?
The non-acceptance of the other’s well-being. If we accept it, we become inspired.
WHAT IS ANGER?
The non-acceptance of something that is beyond our control. If we accept it, it becomes tolerance.
WHAT IS HATRED?
The non-acceptance of people as they are. If we accept them unconditionally, then it becomes love.
JALAL AD-DIM MUHAMMAD RUMI
Persian Spiritual Master of the Thirteenth Century
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… 🙁
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.
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)
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.