“Will I be able to go into retirement? After all, I was born ten thousand years ago!”
Numa expedição à Terra Santa, a arqueóloga brasileira Adriana Marcondes protagonizou uma descoberta impressionante: o décimo primeiro mandamento gravado na pedra aparentemente quebrada por Moisés quando ele desceu da montanha! Devidamente traduzido, o décimo primeiro mandamento diz: “Brasileiro, Não te Aposentarás.”
During an expedition to the Holy Land, Brazilian archaeologist Adriana Marcondes was responsible for an impressive discovery: the eleventh commandment, lost in a piece of stone apparently broken when Moses was coming down the mountain! After the difficult translation process took place, the resulting text says: “Brazilians, You Shall Not Retire.”
O STF se prostitui, dá facada nas costas do povo e joga a Constituição e o País no esgoto.
Simples assim. Está bom pra você?
The Brazilian Supreme Court acted as a prostitute, stabbed the people on their backs and threw the Constitution in the sewer.
Simple as that. It that enough for you?
(The picture shows a new definition of the acronym STF: we’re all cowards.)
Former Brazilian House of Reps president (now jailed in Curitiba) is saying… “(expletive similar to I’ll be damned!) All I had to do was to tap my shoes and refuse to leave?” regarding the incredible Brazilian Supreme Court decision maintaining Renan Calheiros (a defendant at the STF) as president of Brazil’s Senate.
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A voz do povo é a voz de Deus… O resultado que mantém Réunan Calheiros na presidência do Senado provocou reação imediata: em vez de Supremo Tribunal Federal, a sigla STF agora significa “Só Tem Frouxo.”
Vox populi, vox Dei… The decision made by Brazil’s Supreme Court (Brazilian acronym “STF”) maintaining Renan Calheiros (currently being tried at that court) as president of the Senate drew immediate reaction from the streets: instead of “Supremo Tribunal Federal” (Brazil’s Supreme Court), STF now stands for something that could be freely translated as “there are only cowards.”
The phrase “Tell STF that I stay!” is a joke dating back to Pedro I’s days, when he declared he would stay in Brazil, denying his return to Portugal.