Tag Archive: brazil

Jun 09

Brazil´s Employment Website Offered Tips for Those Wishing to Attempt Prostitution

Brazil’s anti-HIV policies were recognised globally as a success in the 1990s According to the locals, it’s the bar capital of the world, with more than 12,000 catering for the five million citizens of Brazil’s third city. Others will recall Belo Horizonte as the scene of England’s most humiliating football defeat, when a hearse driver …

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May 16

Rio ‘Robocops’ Resemble Police From Dystopian Classic ‘Brazil’

Life imitates art as militarized forces prepare for World Cup 400 ‘Robocop’ style military police set to patrol the World Cup in Brazil next month closely resemble the cops depicted in Terry Gilliam’s cult 1985 classic film Brazil, in which a totalitarian government rules a dystopian society with a bureaucratic iron fist. “The men are …

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Mar 06

Terminator Seeds Just Keep Coming: Sign the Petition to Keep Brazil’s ban in Place!

“Terminator” seeds, crops whose seeds have been genetically engineered to die at harvest instead of being replantable, have long been a source of controversy and have been banned in Brazil. Since time immemorial, farmers have saved seeds to reuse during the next planting season, but biotech companies created this unholy atrocity in order to force …

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Jul 01

Who is Shaking Up Brazil and Why

The mass street protests in Brazil continue. Most of the protesters do not belong to any party and have no leaders with whom the authorities could negotiate about the demands being made. It all began with a flare-up of discontent among Brazilians from the middle class and residents of poor neighborhoods with a hike in …

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Jun 19

World Cup 2014 – Don’t Come to Brazil

This video was recorded right before the recent protests started, but with all of this going on, it becomes even more evident that the World Cup and the Olympics should not be our priority. The world has to know about what’s really going on. Please share #changebrazil Share this:

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Jun 15

Brazil Will Require all Cars to Have RFID Chips by 2014 – Deployment Starts June/2012

I have posted more than a year back about the plans of the brazilian government to use RFID chips in all brazilian cars. Now it is official, it will happen, and will start end of this month (june/2012) and will became a requirement to drive in Brazilian in june 2014. I translated a very much …

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Nov 02

Brazilian Judge denounces secret societies in EUA and possible infiltration in the Brazilian judiciary

The Judge of 2nd Civil Court of Juiz de Fora, in Minas Gerais, Brazil, Luiz Guilherme Marques, wrote last year an article in Legal Jus Vigilantibus (a web-site with legal articles) entitled “Secret Societies lurking the judiciary,” on which he denounces the Illuminati, Skull and Bones, the CFR and Bilderberg group, as groups whose main …

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Oct 31

Mad Soy Disease Strikes Brazil

Institute of Science in Society They call it “mad soy disease” in Brazil, where it has been spreading from the north, causing yield losses of up to 40 percent, most notably in the states of Mato Grosso, Tocantins and Goias. Like its namesake, mad cow disease, it is incurable [1, 2, 3]. This is the …

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Oct 29

Brazil is champion of censorship requests to google

Google provides a tool that shows statistics of government requests to google for user data and removal of search results or any of its products. It is called “Transparency Report: Government Requests” Today I remembered reading about it somewhere and I went to check the position of my dear country Brazil. What was my surprise …

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Oct 28

Brazilians will be forced to use RFID chips and GPS trackers in their cars

Brazil‘s government, behind the facade of open democracy, continues to advance its way as one of the most autoritarian police states in the world. Brazilian population will be forced very soon to have in their cars identification chips (RFID), as well as GPS locators and blockers. According to several news , the brazilian government hurries to …

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