O Partido dos Trabalhadores (Partido dos Trambiqueiros ou Perda Total ou Partido dos Telectuais, para os mais evoluídos) é um partido político brasileiro. Seu símbolo é uma estrela vermelha de cinco pontas marcada com a sigla PT em branco (o círculo branco em volta da estrela foi removido para evtiar ligações com o satanismo, do qual o PT surgiu). Seu código eleitoral é o 13, que representa o azar que a nação teria no futuro. Seus filiados são chamados de petistas (aquele que faz uma peta), corruptos, ou petralhas.
Teorias não confirmadas mostram que o significado original da sigla significa "Partido das Trevas". Evidências disto são o pentagrama que chamam de estrela e do número 13, geralmente associado à bruxaria e ao satanismo. Essa revelação surgiu quando dois membros tentaram se desligar do partido, porém, seus arquivos foram apagados posteriormente.
Com a eleição de Luis Inácio Lula da Silva para ditador do Brasil em 2002, o PT finalmente chega ao poder depois de provar ser um partido competente, pois competia, competia e nunca ganhava nada.
Com Presidente Lula Molusco eleito ele começou distribuir esmolas para vagabundos,putas, desempregados, viciado em droga, garota grávida ao 12 anos, vitimas de bala perdida e etc Para famílias carentes do nossoBrasil varonil
Infrastructure experts say that Brazil has run out of time to meet its promise to fully expand and renovate airports that will serve hundreds of thousands of fans pouring into the country for the World Cup that starts in just two months.
Improvements are ready at only two of the 13 major airports that will be used in the tournament.
Around the nation, the sounds of jet engines blend with the noise of drills, jackhammers and bulldozers. Construction workers carrying power tools walk alongside passengers toting their luggage.
Most analysts say they don't expect total chaos when the Cup begins June 12. But they say fans should brace for unfinished construction work, long check-in lines, and last-minute gate changes and flight delays - all already too common in the country's airports. There will be crowded boarding areas, difficulties claiming baggage, few food-court options and woeful transportation.
Don't expect to find trains or subway lines to and from the city. Expensive taxis will be the only option most of the time, and long hours in traffic will be the norm on the way to hotels.
The government civil aviation department acknowledges delays, though it insists that "Brazilian airports will be ready" for World Cup tourists.
"The problems seen in some airports will not keep visitors from being welcomed with quality," the department said in a statement.
Still, government reports show that of the improvement projects that are still underway, more than half of them had less than 50 per cent of the work finished.
Only the airports in the northeastern cities of Natal and Recife are considered fully ready for the World Cup.
"They say the work will be finished, but a lot of it will just be last-minute solutions to hide what isn't ready," said Adriano Pires, a top infrastructure analyst.
"The level of comfort will be far from ideal. Brazil had time to get the airports ready, but it took too long to start. From what people will see at the airports, Brazil's image won't be a very good one."
Omar Daniel Martins Netto, a civil aviation and airport consultant based in the southern Brazilian city of Curitiba, agreed.
"This is what happens in a country where lack of planning is normal, everything is late," he said.
Read the full article in: http://www.smh.com.au/travel/travel-news/world-cup-travellers-warned-expect-long-queues-flight-delays-at-brazils-unfinished-airports-20140408-369r0.html
These are some pictures of what is being prepared for the world cup fiasco in Brasil. Don´t get me wrong, but YOU ARE NOT WELCOME! Don´t support our corrupt, bunch of thieves and liars govenment. BOYCOTT BRAZIL´S WORLD CUP!!!. Help the people who are suffering in here. TKX!
While billions of people around the world are counting down the days for the world cup with excitement, people from all classes of Brazil have nothing but anger towards the hosting of the FIFA World Cup. So much so that they have organized a movement now recognized as “Não Vai Ter Copa. ” (No to the World Cup)
The first recognized protest was on June 6th of 2013 with hundreds of protests to follow. With what at first started as a protest against the aweful public transportation offered, later grew into much more.
According to, “The Streets Erupt,” by The Economist H.J, A minimum wage worker in Sao Paulo will spend up to one fifth of their income in transportation, something that a formal employer is legally obligated to pay.
As though the raise in public transportation was not enough, the brazilian administration lead by Dilma Rousseff went on to raise food, living accommodations, as well as taxes.
Taxes went up to 36% of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) now recognized as one of the highest in developing world that does not lead to community benefits. (The Economist H.J.)
According to the 2010 Census Brazil has a population of about 200 billion people in which 6% of them, about 11.4 million brazilians live in the Favelas.
Favelas is a direct translation of self built. The Favelas are largely recognized around the world as mountains of what could be described as brick houses, located in the largest cities in Brazil such as Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. While 6% of Brazilians live in Favelas, 21% of the population is below the poverty line.
Of these areas about 170 thousand people were threatened of or have already been removed from their homes. In many of these cases the evictions were violent and in others the notice was dismissed. The Favela community of Morro da Providencia for example realized they were being thrown out by marks that were painted on their homes the night before.
The brazilian government appears to have such little concern in the well being of their lower income communities that they simply throw them out with little to no notice. Some areas where advised as to where they could go however these suggestions lead to up to a 30 minute drive, causing an additional change to school transportation for children as well as a change in public transportation for the working class.
It is these people that the World Cup is affecting most drastically. While Brazil is recognized to have lifted about 43% of the D class to C class (scale from A-D) from years 2009-2011, these families are merely one check away from going back to “class D”, for some the raise in living expenses because of the World Cup has already done this for them.
The principle demands the people of Brazil are requesting in the many peaceful protests that have been dismantled by violent outrages from the police are improvement in hospital care, schools, security and after what they have witnessed in the past year due to their protests they have added an end to police abuse.
The Brazilian administration has done little to better the hospital care and education in the Favelas due to “lack of funds.” However by July of 2013 Brazil’s administration somehow managed to pay R$7 billion in building only half of the stadiums needed, meaning that more money will be put into building the other half of the stadiums needed for the World Cup. These R$7 billion are already three times the total amount spent in the South Africa World Cup 4 years earlier.
On June of 2013 Rivaldo Ferreira, a member of the 2002 Brazilian team that took the world cup tweeted, “It’s shameful to spend so much money for this World Cup and leave the hospitals and schools in such a precarious state. At this moment we aren’t in shape to host the World Cup, we don’t need it; we need education and health.”
While the Brazilian constitution guarantees the right to free, state-provided health care about two-fifths of the Brazilian community is not covered by local primary care. According to Rio On Watch, the health program PSF (Programa Saude De Familia) was created in 1994 with the goal to serve as the entry point for all health concerns. Nonetheless in 2010 about 15% of Brazils districts had still not implemented PSF, as well as the audacity of it only covering 27.3% of the Rio De Janeiro population by 2011.
“Of the 6,384 hospitals in Brazil, 69.1% are private and only 35.4% of the hospital beds are within the public sector.” (Rio On Watch) The obvious health inequalities in Brazil are transparent through the high number of incidence of socially sensative health issues.
These health issues are reflected on how the poor and less educated groups have a higher chance of decease or sickness. If 35.4% of the hospitals are within the public sector how many low income community members have died from malpractice, or lack of appropriate equipment in hospitals?
While the world relates to the fight for better hospital care, proper education is also among those world wide fights
“Over the past decade, Brazil’s students have scored among the lowest of any country’s students taking international exams for basic skills like reading, mathematics and science.” (Educational Gaps Limit Brazil’s Reach, NY Times.)
While President Rousseff has made changes to the quality of public education, the changes seem to have been put on pause once the billions of reais were invested in the reconstruction and construction of the 12 stadiums needed for the World Cup.
According to Inforsur Hoy, Brazil’s government only invests 1.1% of the GDP in the research and development of education, while the percent recommended by the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) is 2.5%.
Public schools often lack plumbing and heating, they are more than inadequate for teaching conditions. The structure and organization of the public sector is neglected leading to a lack of interest.
“For the lowest level of income, there’s surely a positive affect of income on the education improvement of future generations,” says economist Flavio Comim a professor at the Federal University of Rio Grade do Sul (UFRGS)
Many of the children that need to attend public primary schools do not have the option to attend, not only because of the lack professionalism conducted in the public sector but also because of the lack of time there parents have. A majority of the children that should be attending the public sector schools have been put to work therefore leading to effecting the education improvement in Brazil.
This World Cup has cost Brazil billions of reais that most of its population was unaware the government had. The government has recognized the demands and say they are aiming to fulfill them, and they have declared that this World Cup will not worsen but better the life style seen in Brazil. None the less the questions remains, when will these promises be fulfilled, when will the lower and middle class see change in their community, when will the percent of illiteracy change, when will the obvious health inequalities in Brazil end.
This World Cup has squeezed Brazil of whatever funds it may have had to better the public transpiration, the hospitals, and the schools, it has only made the communities angry, angry enough to organize and fight peacefully for what they deserve as humans. Não Vai Ter Copa has become a fight for their human rights.
"O Brasil dos estupros consentidos na surdina,
dos superfaturamentos encarados como rotina,
dos desabamentos e enchentes de hora marcada,
dos hospitais públicos em abandono genocida,
dos subsídios da Cultura a artistas consagrados,
dos aeroportos em frangalhos, usuários indigentes,
dos políticos grosseiros, como sempre, subornados,
de cabelo acaju e seus salários indecentes,
da educação sucateada pelo Estado
em sua paralisia ideológica, omissa e incompetente."
Extraido do livro "Manifesto do Nada na Terra do Nunca" do Lobão. Comprem e leiam o livro. Recomendo.
AHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA!!!! Eu não me aguento!!!! Era o que estava faltando... sobrou até para o tatú-bola... por essas e por outras é que NÃO VAI TER COPA!
Quando o mascote da Copa do Mundo foi divulgado, Fuleco recebeu críticas justamente pelo nome estranho. Mais de um ano depois, o jornal alemão Die Welt se confundiu e publicou que o significado do nome em "português coloquial", ou seja, na linguagem informal, é "ânus". Leia mais em: http://esportes.br.msn.com/copa-2014/noticias/jornal-alem%c3%a3o-diz-que-fuleco-significa-%c3%a2nus
Costa do Sauípe (Brasil), 28 mar (EFE).- La presidenta brasileña, Dilma Rousseff, descartó hoy que “juicios apresurados” de la economía del país puedan “quebrantar” a Brasil, pocos días después de que la agencia de calificación de riesgo Standard & Poor’s rebajara la nota soberana de crédito del país. “No nos quebrantaremos con juicios apresurados y conclusiones precipitadas, que la realidad desmentirá”, afirmó la mandataria en el discurso que pronunció durante la ceremonia inaugural de la 55 Asamblea Anual de gobernadores del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID). La jefe de Estado, en su pronunciamiento en el complejo hotelero de Costa do Sauípe ante las delegaciones de los 48 países miembros del BID, aseguró que en materia económica la realidad siempre termina imponiéndose. Este artículo completo está en: http://sudamericahoy.com/pais-brasil/rousseff-descarta-que-juicios-apresurados-de-su-economia-quebranten-brasil/ ------------------------- Mi comentário: ?La realidad desmentirá? Estará ciega????? Será tonta???
La realidad, Señora Presidenta, es lo que está pasando en este circo en que usted transfomó el Pais. La violencia generalizada, robos y atracos diários, explosiones en cajeros, secuestros, impunidad, la corrupcion desmedida de su gobierno de demagogos... huelgas y huelgas... Mientras el pueblo se muere de hambre y enfermedades, ustedes eruptan champán con caviar. QUEREMOS DERECHOS! DESPIERTA Y VAYASE, SEÑORA PRESIDENTA! Su tiempo se acabó!
Según Google, los sistemas computacionales de organizaciones mediáticas son uno de los objetivos principales de hackers pagados por el gobierno.
“Shane Huntley y Morgan Marquis-Boire revelaron la información en Singapur”
Un estudio descubrió que 21 de las principales 25 organizaciones de medios en el mundo han sido blanco de ataques por parte de hackers del gobierno.
Shane Huntley y Morgan Marquis-Boire revelaron la información en Singapur.
En una entrevista con Reuters, Huntley explicó, “si eres un periodista o una organización periodística el gobierno te tiene en la mira sin importar la región de donde seas, hemos visto esto alrededor del mundo”.
En el último año, el Ejército Electrónico de Siria ha atacado a algunas de las organizaciones de medios más importantes del mundo, incluyendo CNN, el Financial Times y el New York Times.
Huntley también explicó que los ataques no están limitados a servidores corporativos sino también a cuentas y computadoras utilizadas por blogueros y ciudadanos