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Message Subject Illuminati, Israeli Mossad, and Diageo are behind "protests" in Brazil (Operation "O Gigante Acorda")
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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By the way, some interesting data...



Latest unemployment rate:


Spain - 26.8%

USA - 7.6%

Brazil - 5.8%



That's the LOWEST EVER unemployment rate recorded in Brazil for this month, since the historical series started...





Other data:


In Brazil, from 2002 to 2009, the average wage of the workers had a REAL increase (above the inflation) of 18%

That's a REAL increase, ABOVE the inflation...

here is the source: [link to nest.cienciassociais.ufg.br]


In 2011, the REAL increase in the average wage (above the inflation) was of 2.4%

source: [link to www.setelagoas.com.br]





It's a country with record low unemployment, and fast increase in wages (real increase, above the inflation)


It's a country with free elections, no censorship of the press, freedom of speech, and no political prisoners...



Now, try to understand why that brain dead youth is so "angry"...


Probably because it's the NEW FAD they saw on TV: Egypt, Greece, Turkey...

FAD is what is behind the protests...


While a little help from Mossad, of course...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30317398


full employment yes but misleading because the wages are so low. food cost is effectively twice what it cost in the US but the minimum wage is effectively 1/2.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39882822




not true at all

food is cheaper in Brazil than in the USA

other things may be more expensive in Brazil than in the USA, like electronics and cars, but not food...

and the wages in Brazil now are higher than they ever were in the history of the country
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41933136


you have never been grocery shopping in the us.
and what do you say to this - compare food cost:

[link to www.numbeo.com]

compare cost in an inexpensive city like Natal, with USD cost. The value of heis is .46 so it is effectively twice as much.
 
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