•Tell me, tiger, was this crap here Marisa’s idea, too?
LULA’S AGENDA FOR MAY 10, 2017
07:00 – Liquid crap
08:00 – Cold sweat
09:00 – Stuttering
10:00 – (Fecal & Urinary) Incontinence
11:00 – Dumping shit without control
12:00 – Changing diapers
13:00 – Nausea/vomiting
14:00 – Uncontrollable shaking
15:00 – High blood pressure
16:00 – Rivotril (benzodiazepine medication)
17:00 – Spasms
18:00 – Tachycardia
19:00 – Hospital check-in
20:00 – Defibrillator
Sao Paulo’s current mayor, Joao Doria, was harshly criticized by former president Lula da Silva in a speech. The criminal who insists on playing politics to evade Justice finished his remarks by saying that whoever met Mr. Doria should ask him about his (blue) booklet of employment record, insinuating that Mr. Doria, a wealthy man in his own right, never worked. Right after these remarks, Mr. Joao Doria recorded the video above, calling Lulla da Silva a “coward” and a “liar”, besides being completely “misinformed.” Mr. Doria showed his booklet and went on to say that he started working when he was 13 years old. “I’ve done something for all my life that you seldom have had the chance to do — I have worked, I have done honest work. I am a decent man, I am different from you, Lulla. I’ve worked all my life to amass a moral standing that you do not possess, Lulla. My sons are proud of me because their father works. The father works, he does no steal, he is a decent man, he is a Brazilian.” Mr. Doria also told Lulla to get his act together and work on being well-informed.
In this video I talk about the absurdity of a strike orchestrated by a union intimately linked to the criminals of the Workers Party — especially the Master Thief, Lulla da Silva,, trying to disrupt the constitutional (popular or unpopular? It’s another entirely different question) government of Michel Temer. I stress the fact that Temer and his group are not to be trusted by any means, and that everyone must place the Planalto Palace occupants under an electronic microscope 24/7. This is the only way to get out of this political mess Brazil has gotten itself into.