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The World Coup – THIEFA vs Brazil [RAP NEWS 26] | YouTube

 

THE WORLD COUP! [Juice Rap News S02:E06]. All eyes are on Brazil as it endures… errr…. *hosts* the 2014 soccer World Coup – the most watched sporting event on the planet. Join Robert Foster as he investigates why many Brazilians are protesting against THIEFA, the shady organisation that runs the World Cup, and the rather fascist policies it has introduced to their country „for the good of the game“. But Brazil is not the only country to get shafted in this epic episode, which features exclusive interviews with captains of the strongest teams in the running for the notorious WORLD COUP. So, click play and find out why they really call it „The World Game.“

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Anonymous Brazil ►Protests against the World Cup 2014 | Vimeo

 

The World Cup that government does not show to you. In 2014 the world will live the “Brazilian dream”. It’s the country of the World Cup, “blessed for God and beautiful for nature. That it’s a beauty”! But, what beauty? The World of Cup have implicit characters, but this the Government Brazilian choose to hide.

 

Let’s make a tour and know anymore about the “Brazil”!

When you arrive in Brazil, you tourists, will be surprised by assaults with guns. The records of SIM (Mortality Information Subsystem- of the Health Prosecutor’s) show that between 1980 and 2010 almost 800.000 citizens were killed by guns. This time, the victims escalated from 8.710 in 1980 to 38.892 2010, an increase of 346,5%! In 2013 the number of deaths after assaults, in São Paulo, increased by 74%. In the country the homicide rate is 20,4 for 100.000 habitants, the 8th highest among the countries with reliable statistics.

 

We know that another “character” will unfortunately be present; it’s called child prostitution. According to UNICEF in 2010 almost 250.000 children were prostituting themselves.

 

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Anonymous #OpMundial2014 | Vimeo

 

 

Anonymous Press release: Protests against the World Cup 2014.

 

Greetings World.

We are Anonymous.

We are pursuing the government of Brazil because of their corruption and actions against the people.

 

You have created a system which ensures the poor remain poor, and the wealthy remain wealthy. It is very clear to us that you have no intention of running the country for the people, but you will continue to run it for your own personal interest.

 

Anonymous demands that the Government of Brazil put an immediate end to corruption and stop the use of force and violence against peaceful demonstrators. We cannot stand idly while these injustices are being done. Know that we stand together and united to fight against this oppression.

 

We Are Anonymous.

We Are Legion.

We Do Not Forgive.

We Do Not Forget.

Government of Brazil,

it is too late to EXPECT US

 

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The English Method: UK taught modern torture to Brazil’s dictators | Boing Boing

 

Brazil’s 21-year military dictatorship was a torturing, brutal regime — among their victims was the current president, Dilma Rousseff. At first, the generals tortured by flogging and shocks, but British officials taught them to torture without leaving marks, helping the regime to rehabilitate its international human rights image. The techniques the UK taught to Brazil’s torturers were developed for Malay rebels and perfected on Northern Irish Republicans, and these techniques came to be known as „The English Method.“

 

Other governments — Germany, France, Panama, and, of course, the USA — also trained Brazil’s torturers, but the UK methods were the best.

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Brazilian police’s security advice to World Cup fans as they admit country has a robbery problem | Mail Online

Soldiers who will provide security at the World Cup in Brazil turned out as if they were preparing for war as they marched in Rio de Janeiro. […]

Preparing: Soldiers who will provide security during the World Cup march in Rio de Janeiro as Brazilian police reveal they will be instructing visiting football fans to hand over their valuables and not argue with robbers

Preparing: Soldiers who will provide security during the World Cup march in Rio de Janeiro as Brazilian police reveal they will be instructing visiting football fans to hand over their valuables and not argue with robbers

Rio de Janeiro is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament that starts on June 12

Rio de Janeiro is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament that starts on June 12

[…] Sao Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil, is ramping up security ahead of the nationwide event which, quite literally, kicks off on June 12.[…]

Another threat: A woman holds a banner reading 'There wont be a Cup' in Sao Paulo, as new allegations of corruption mar the upcoming tournament

Another threat: A woman holds a banner reading ‚There wont be a Cup‘ in Sao Paulo, as new allegations of corruption mar the upcoming tournament

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Brazilian Police to Wear Masks Inspired by Darth Vader during World Cup Duty | Latin American Herald Tribune

RIO DE JANEIRO – Police units in the 12 Brazilian states where matches will be played during the 2014 soccer World Cup in June received masks inspired by Star Wars character Darth Vader to equip their anti-riot officers, the firm that provided the gear reported.

 

The masks – which besides being designed to have a psychological effect protect the officers against gas attacks, allow them to withstand high temperatures and have a visor that does not fog up and a voice amplifier – were presented at the LAAD International Public and Corporate Security Fair, the largest of its kind in Latin America and which kicked off Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro. […]

 

According to what the company said in a communique, the police hope to use the masks to “inhibit the ‘black blocks,’” a group that defends the use of violence at protests and which caused several incidents during the demonstrations for better public services staged in many Brazilian cities last year. […]

 

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