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OK, so this was the doodle of Google Brasil (google.com.br) yesterday (Friday, December 5):

[link to www.diarioonline.com.br]


That's the building of the MASP, the Modern Arts Museum of Sao Paulo

The doodle was supposed to be in honour of the 119th birthday (119 = 911) of Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian architect who designed the building.


But the MASP is a traditional point of concentration for the start of protest marchs in Sao Paulo.

And the defeated candidate in the October presidential elections, Aecio Neves, a narco boy well-known for his ties to drug dealers, is using his social networks on Facebook and Twitter to invite people to a protest against the government of the recently re-elected president Dilma Rousseff, a Swedish style social-democrat who supports the BRICS geopolitical block.

The protest will start in just 2 hours from now, and the point of concentration is the MASP.

So, there is something VERY STRANGE here.

Aecio Neves openly inviting people to protest against a recently re-elected government, on MASP, in the afternoon of this Saturday, December 6

And Google Brasil (google.com.br) has put MASP on doodle yesterday, Friday, December 5

And the doodle was in honour of the 119th birthday of the architect


We know that 119 (elenin) and its "sister number" 911 are both hidden codes used by the elites.

So, I don't know what it means, but it looks like some sort of PLAN.

I don't know if they are planning a FALSE FLAG attack to the protestors, to blame the pro-BRICS government.

But it doesn't sounds good....
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The bare minimum that we can assume is that Google intended to make subliminal propaganda to stimulate people to go to the protest called by drug boy Aecio Neves againstm the social-democrat pro-BRICS government

But I'm afraid it's more than just subliminal propaganda to increase the number of people participating in the protest.

It can be more than that.

They could be planning some sort of false flag attack to blame the government.
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There sure has been a lot of protesting and rioting going on in the last several years. Seems like the perfect opportunity (this time, not the march in Brazil) to stage some kind of protest-based false flag. One that could rival 911.
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The CIA won't give up

They are trying hard since the days of the Confederations Cup in June 2013

They were defeated time and time again.

They were defeated in the prsidential elections too.

But the CIA never gives up.

And Google helps the CIA
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What doesn't sounds good, is someone blind to the landslide of corruption cases involving billions of dollars, make-up numbers for economy, open legalized bribe to the lower house members, tax increase, interest rates increase... the list goes on and on.

For those unaware of the situation:
The defeated candidate in the last october elections, Aecion Neves, is pushing a campaign to impeach the re-elected president, Dilma Roussef, based on the things I mentioned above.

The last drop, was a "change on calculation basis" for economy. There were goals established in the beggining of the year, regarding payment of internal debt interest. It was set as goal to save XX amount of money. The government was unable to do so. The solution? Never admit they screwed up, instead, change the calculation formula and abolish the fiscal goals, so the math can match. For doing so, the president needed the approval of the lower house members. For them to aprove it, she increase the "cabinet funds" for them. In short, gives them more money. For smart people, a clear bribe.

In a comparison, is like a student needs to score "C" grade in order to pass. The student scores "F". So the principal decides "F" is enough and the student passes. For doing so, the principal and the student parents bribe the school comission to lower qualifying grades.

The party in control is called "PT", the "workers party". It is in power for the last 12 years and with the re-election of the president last october, it means it will be in power for 4 more years.
Just like all other 32 parties here, PT is involved with billionaire corruption cases, meainly regarding a state controled oil company(Petrobras). But the adepts of PT, are like fanatics(as well as other parties adepts). They never admit their party screwed up, instead of admiting, they exchange acusations of corruption and measure "the best party", by which one is less corrupt.

So, the impeach movement is growing and day by day, more and more people are getting in it. We impeached a president years ago, for much less, just so you know. This time, the corruption scandals are as big as they were in 1992(when president Collor was impeached), but they involve A LOT more money.
I know how fanatics PT adepts are. If the actual president(legally elected by the people) is overthrown, things are gonna get real nasty here, something very close to a civil war, IMHO.
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There sure has been a lot of protesting and rioting going on in the last several years. Seems like the perfect opportunity (this time, not the march in Brazil) to stage some kind of protest-based false flag. One that could rival 911.
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What could possibly rival 911?

A nuclear false flag?

hiding
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Nice catch op, tell me if the manifestation is getting wild!
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What doesn't sounds good, is someone blind to the landslide of corruption cases involving billions of dollars, make-up numbers for economy, open legalized bribe to the lower house members, tax increase, interest rates increase... the list goes on and on.

For those unaware of the situation:
The defeated candidate in the last october elections, Aecion Neves, is pushing a campaign to impeach the re-elected president, Dilma Roussef, based on the things I mentioned above.

The last drop, was a "change on calculation basis" for economy. There were goals established in the beggining of the year, regarding payment of internal debt interest. It was set as goal to save XX amount of money. The government was unable to do so. The solution? Never admit they screwed up, instead, change the calculation formula and abolish the fiscal goals, so the math can match. For doing so, the president needed the approval of the lower house members. For them to aprove it, she increase the "cabinet funds" for them. In short, gives them more money. For smart people, a clear bribe.

In a comparison, is like a student needs to score "C" grade in order to pass. The student scores "F". So the principal decides "F" is enough and the student passes. For doing so, the principal and the student parents bribe the school comission to lower qualifying grades.

The party in control is called "PT", the "workers party". It is in power for the last 12 years and with the re-election of the president last october, it means it will be in power for 4 more years.
Just like all other 32 parties here, PT is involved with billionaire corruption cases, meainly regarding a state controled oil company(Petrobras). But the adepts of PT, are like fanatics(as well as other parties adepts). They never admit their party screwed up, instead of admiting, they exchange acusations of corruption and measure "the best party", by which one is less corrupt.

So, the impeach movement is growing and day by day, more and more people are getting in it. We impeached a president years ago, for much less, just so you know. This time, the corruption scandals are as big as they were in 1992(when president Collor was impeached), but they involve A LOT more money.
I know how fanatics PT adepts are. If the actual president(legally elected by the people) is overthrown, things are gonna get real nasty here, something very close to a civil war, IMHO.
 Quoting: MaybeTrollingU



Oh, look: one more CIA shill trying to make people believe that corruption in Brazil was invented by the PT, that is in power only since 12 years ago

One more CIA shill trying to make people believe that there was no corruption in Brazil before 12 years ago

One more CIA shill trying to hide from people that corruption in the states that have governors from the opposition parties (the traditional elite parties) is much greater than corruption in the federal government.

One more CIA shill trying to hide from people that unemployment in Brazil is record low

One more CIA shill trying to make people "protest", so they can plot against the pro-BRICS governemnt, and put a Soros-sponsored anti-BRICS government in power.
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BY THE WAY

Why they took down "Teoria da Conspiracao"?

It's totally offline now!

It was working yesterday, until the time someone posted a fiction story about how it could be possible to make a nuclear attack against the port of New York City. And the date of nuclear attack in the fiction story was precisely December 6, 2014 (today)

Now the servers are unreachable
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The protest on MASP is scheduled to start in one and a half hour

Be alert!
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12/06/2014 10:45 AM
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OK, so this was the doodle of Google Brasil (google.com.br) yesterday (Friday, December 5):

[link to www.diarioonline.com.br]


That's the building of the MASP, the Modern Arts Museum of Sao Paulo

The doodle was supposed to be in honour of the 119th birthday (119 = 911) of Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian architect who designed the building.


But the MASP is a traditional point of concentration for the start of protest marchs in Sao Paulo.

And the defeated candidate in the October presidential elections, Aecio Neves, a narco boy well-known for his ties to drug dealers, is using his social networks on Facebook and Twitter to invite people to a protest against the government of the recently re-elected president Dilma Rousseff, a Swedish style social-democrat who supports the BRICS geopolitical block.

The protest will start in just 2 hours from now, and the point of concentration is the MASP.

So, there is something VERY STRANGE here.

Aecio Neves openly inviting people to protest against a recently re-elected government, on MASP, in the afternoon of this Saturday, December 6

And Google Brasil (google.com.br) has put MASP on doodle yesterday, Friday, December 5

And the doodle was in honour of the 119th birthday of the architect


We know that 119 (elenin) and its "sister number" 911 are both hidden codes used by the elites.

So, I don't know what it means, but it looks like some sort of PLAN.

I don't know if they are planning a FALSE FLAG attack to the protestors, to blame the pro-BRICS government.

But it doesn't sounds good....
 Quoting: 119 is no good 65809476


glassesoff
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The protest on MASP is scheduled to start in one and a half hour

Be alert!
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yessir
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OP is clearly a supporter of the status quo. Anyone who defends these crooks is either a stupid communist or a shill.

The investigation is being conducted in a very honest and competent manner. We don't really know the reach it'll have but it's safe to say that the government and PT (labour party) are about to fall hard as they have no support whatsoever from the middle class and we are going to halt this country until all of them are off the government.

The CIA has nothing to do with what is going on, they brought it to themselves for being corrupt.

But I wish the next government will stick to the BRICS.
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Pinned for awareness and further discussion.
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I dont trust neither aecio or dilma.

The world is doomed anyway

Jesus King of kings!
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Didn't one of the candidates have an airplane 'accident'?
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OK, so this was the doodle of Google Brasil (google.com.br) yesterday (Friday, December 5):

[link to www.diarioonline.com.br]


That's the building of the MASP, the Modern Arts Museum of Sao Paulo

The doodle was supposed to be in honour of the 119th birthday (119 = 911) of Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian architect who designed the building.


But the MASP is a traditional point of concentration for the start of protest marchs in Sao Paulo.

And the defeated candidate in the October presidential elections, Aecio Neves, a narco boy well-known for his ties to drug dealers, is using his social networks on Facebook and Twitter to invite people to a protest against the government of the recently re-elected president Dilma Rousseff, a Swedish style social-democrat who supports the BRICS geopolitical block.

The protest will start in just 2 hours from now, and the point of concentration is the MASP.

So, there is something VERY STRANGE here.

Aecio Neves openly inviting people to protest against a recently re-elected government, on MASP, in the afternoon of this Saturday, December 6

And Google Brasil (google.com.br) has put MASP on doodle yesterday, Friday, December 5

And the doodle was in honour of the 119th birthday of the architect


We know that 119 (elenin) and its "sister number" 911 are both hidden codes used by the elites.

So, I don't know what it means, but it looks like some sort of PLAN.

I don't know if they are planning a FALSE FLAG attack to the protestors, to blame the pro-BRICS government.

But it doesn't sounds good....
 Quoting: 119 is no good 65809476


Recall the American stabbed in a mall restroom in Abu Dhabi? When the police raided the perpetrators residence guess what the address was...

119
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911

9th of Av

remember that is always what 911 is about
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fucking number tards

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The CIA won't give up

They are trying hard since the days of the Confederations Cup in June 2013

They were defeated time and time again.

They were defeated in the prsidential elections too.

But the CIA never gives up.

And Google helps the CIA
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65809476


^^This

If you dare to say no to jooish banksters, their paid tards will stir the shit in you

oridin
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I dont trust neither aecio or dilma.

The world is doomed anyway

Jesus King of kings!
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There are very few politicians that are there to really represent the people who voted for them. That is the same for any country, not only Brazil.
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What doesn't sounds good, is someone blind to the landslide of corruption cases involving billions of dollars, make-up numbers for economy, open legalized bribe to the lower house members, tax increase, interest rates increase... the list goes on and on.

For those unaware of the situation:
The defeated candidate in the last october elections, Aecion Neves, is pushing a campaign to impeach the re-elected president, Dilma Roussef, based on the things I mentioned above.

The last drop, was a "change on calculation basis" for economy. There were goals established in the beggining of the year, regarding payment of internal debt interest. It was set as goal to save XX amount of money. The government was unable to do so. The solution? Never admit they screwed up, instead, change the calculation formula and abolish the fiscal goals, so the math can match. For doing so, the president needed the approval of the lower house members. For them to aprove it, she increase the "cabinet funds" for them. In short, gives them more money. For smart people, a clear bribe.

In a comparison, is like a student needs to score "C" grade in order to pass. The student scores "F". So the principal decides "F" is enough and the student passes. For doing so, the principal and the student parents bribe the school comission to lower qualifying grades.

The party in control is called "PT", the "workers party". It is in power for the last 12 years and with the re-election of the president last october, it means it will be in power for 4 more years.
Just like all other 32 parties here, PT is involved with billionaire corruption cases, meainly regarding a state controled oil company(Petrobras). But the adepts of PT, are like fanatics(as well as other parties adepts). They never admit their party screwed up, instead of admiting, they exchange acusations of corruption and measure "the best party", by which one is less corrupt.

So, the impeach movement is growing and day by day, more and more people are getting in it. We impeached a president years ago, for much less, just so you know. This time, the corruption scandals are as big as they were in 1992(when president Collor was impeached), but they involve A LOT more money.
I know how fanatics PT adepts are. If the actual president(legally elected by the people) is overthrown, things are gonna get real nasty here, something very close to a civil war, IMHO.
 Quoting: MaybeTrollingU



Oh, look: one more CIA shill trying to make people believe that corruption in Brazil was invented by the PT, that is in power only since 12 years ago

One more CIA shill trying to make people believe that there was no corruption in Brazil before 12 years ago

One more CIA shill trying to hide from people that corruption in the states that have governors from the opposition parties (the traditional elite parties) is much greater than corruption in the federal government.

One more CIA shill trying to hide from people that unemployment in Brazil is record low

One more CIA shill trying to make people "protest", so they can plot against the pro-BRICS governemnt, and put a Soros-sponsored anti-BRICS government in power.
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Pathetic... Simply pathetic. I do not support any party. They are ALL crooks. And since you either can't understand english that well or didn't read the whole thing I wrote(or both things), you just did what I described a political fanatic do: exchange accusations and measure "the best party", for the one less corrupt.
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OK, so this was the doodle of Google Brasil (google.com.br) yesterday (Friday, December 5):

[link to www.diarioonline.com.br]


That's the building of the MASP, the Modern Arts Museum of Sao Paulo

The doodle was supposed to be in honour of the 119th birthday (119 = 911) of Lina Bo Bardi, the Italian architect who designed the building.


But the MASP is a traditional point of concentration for the start of protest marchs in Sao Paulo.

And the defeated candidate in the October presidential elections, Aecio Neves, a narco boy well-known for his ties to drug dealers, is using his social networks on Facebook and Twitter to invite people to a protest against the government of the recently re-elected president Dilma Rousseff, a Swedish style social-democrat who supports the BRICS geopolitical block.

The protest will start in just 2 hours from now, and the point of concentration is the MASP.

So, there is something VERY STRANGE here.

Aecio Neves openly inviting people to protest against a recently re-elected government, on MASP, in the afternoon of this Saturday, December 6

And Google Brasil (google.com.br) has put MASP on doodle yesterday, Friday, December 5

And the doodle was in honour of the 119th birthday of the architect


We know that 119 (elenin) and its "sister number" 911 are both hidden codes used by the elites.

So, I don't know what it means, but it looks like some sort of PLAN.

I don't know if they are planning a FALSE FLAG attack to the protestors, to blame the pro-BRICS government.

But it doesn't sounds good....
 Quoting: 119 is no good 65809476


Recall the American stabbed in a mall restroom in Abu Dhabi? When the police raided the perpetrators residence guess what the address was...

119
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gasp
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I dont trust neither aecio or dilma.

The world is doomed anyway

Jesus King of kings!
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There are very few politicians that are there to really represent the people who voted for them. That is the same for any country, not only Brazil.
 Quoting: Coelho


100% agreed. There might be many honestly willing to do something good for the people. But, we have to remember, they can't do what they want. They MUST obbey what party rulers tell them to do, even against their own principles, or possibly face "partidary infidelity" and maybe even lose the chair.
Most people don't realize that. The politician himself, can't do much. He must do what the party heads tell them to. And remember those guys, the party heads, are NOT elected by us.
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fucking number tards

seethis1knockout
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Oh look. It is one of the stupid ones who can;t speak without saying f*(k.
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All countries soon to be the next venezuela.

Venezuela is the experimental lab.

Nobody will work and you will have to be marked to buy food.

The whole pt thing going on is just an excuse, brazil is doomed no matter who wins, im never going to a protest.

Wait and see!
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fucking number tards

seethis1knockout
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Oh look. It is one of the stupid ones who can;t speak without saying f*(k.
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butthurt9
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All countries soon to be the next venezuela.

Venezuela is the experimental lab.

Nobody will work and you will have to be marked to buy food.

The whole pt thing going on is just an excuse, brazil is doomed no matter who wins, im never going to a protest.

Wait and see!
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For our sadness, you might be very right. SHTF here soon.
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Doom on?
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All countries soon to be the next venezuela.

Venezuela is the experimental lab.

Nobody will work and you will have to be marked to buy food.

The whole pt thing going on is just an excuse, brazil is doomed no matter who wins, im never going to a protest.

Wait and see!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65809307



Is our current standard of living possible if everyone stops working? Are machines ready to replace humans?