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Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.

 
Anonymous Coward
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06/17/2013 11:27 PM
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Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
This is just nuts!

[link to copaemcuiaba.com.br]

How the hell can cops abuse people like that...
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06/17/2013 11:29 PM
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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
Taxes are exceedingly high, the country is absolutely rich in natural resources, and the vast majority of urban dwellers have nothing to show for it. The São Paulo metro area has a million more people than New York City's, and while macroeconomic measures are great, even more important is seeing what goes on at the scale of the city. Violence overall has indeed gone down over the past twenty years, yet Rio and São Paulo are still essentially the same as before. For more clarification on why the protests are going on, here's a list of popular complaints.

· patients in public hospitals have to wait lying down on the floor with insufficient numbers of doctors
· the country is only 85th in human development, which is absolutely unacceptable
· public transit is far too crowded - especially from a public health standpoint
· public schools have absolutely no quality
· not enough people have access to higher education
· roads are literally crumbling everywhere because of inadequate care or preparation
· traffic is horrendous and the government does nothing even though it's completely solvable
· so much money disappears in the government and the bureaucracy to get anything done is extraordinarily frustrating
· billions of dollars have been spent on soccer stadiums, when all of that money could have gone to investment in education, health, and infrastructure
· so many people feel strongly about it that President Dilma Rousseff was booed in Brasília in front of the FIFA president, who asked, "Where's the respect and fair play?" A lot of Brazilians are asking the same of the government -- "Where's the government's respect and fair play?"

A country as rich as Brazil should not be going through this mess.
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06/18/2013 12:02 AM
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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
The whole world is mad at their governments (except Iceland). I feel something is going to happend soon...
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06/18/2013 12:03 AM
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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
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11/26/2013 03:00 AM

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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
The whole world is mad at their governments (except Iceland). I feel something is going to happend soon...
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Sorry to interrupt. Add Uruguay to the list of Not Angry at the Government. We've been growing our G.B.P. for 15 years in a row. And yes, nothing is perfect, but is waaay better than most places.
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11/26/2013 03:09 AM
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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
i believe last time they rioted they got some demands met, or at least they got some promises if not. They'll surely do it again. They already showed they'll show in mass so you cant stop it. Maybe they will be a little more persuasive this time around.
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11/26/2013 04:05 AM
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Brazil is approaching it's 200th anniversary of independence from Portugal and the people have it worse now than they did then. Poverty sits next to decadent luxury in Brazil and it's fucking sickening. I reckon it the World Cup will bring out the full fury of the people next summer.
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11/26/2013 04:10 AM
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Re: Protesters in Brasil: World Cup website hacked to show the world what's happening in Brazil right now.
I feel ceratin that the FIFA will have to take the extraordinary steps of postponing or even postponing the World Cup.

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