In Brazil, There’s Life After Lula

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Excerpted from the Canadian newspaper Globe Editorial:

In Brazil, there’s life after Lula

Under President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil has emerged as a beacon of prosperity and growth in the Americas, and a powerful new player on the global stage.

When Brazilians vote for his replacement in an Oct. 31 runoff election, Dilma Rousseff, his 62-year-old hand-picked successor, is widely expected to win. She will inherit his legacy, but will have to move beyond the Lula personality cult that should carry her to victory.

Brazil’s presidential election

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Hitler Se Enfurece Ao Saber Que Lula Escolheu Dilma

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Para se distrair um pouco, como todo brasileiro faz piada com coisa séria:

História de Dilma Roussef

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Segue abaixo um resumo da historia da Dilma em portugues claro, mas se a sra. quiser ver a versão mais branda em ingles, aqui está o link da Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilma_Rousseff

Quem é ela?
O pai dela – Pétar Russév (mudado para Pedro Roussef) -, filiado ao Partido Comunista búlgaro, deixou um filho (Luben) lá na Bulgária e veio dar com os costados em Salvador, depois Buenos Aires e, ao fim, fez negócios em São Paulo.
Encantou-se com a professorinha de 20 aninhos, Dilma Jane da Silva (rica, filha de fazendeiro), e com ela casou e viveu em Belo Horizonte , tendo três filhos: Igor, Dilma – a guerrilheira – e Lúcia. Igor morreu em 1977.

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Brazil’s Purgatory About to Begin

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The sad fact about the next election in Brazil is that it will not be decided based on Dilma after makeoverprinciples or values. Nobody cares if Dilma Roussef murdered or robbed. It is just populism in the cruelest form. She is Lula’s lady. Poor people have benefited a little from the end of inflation, and  they forgot that this situation was inherited by Lula.

What is interesting is that the Worker’s Party is neither Communist nor the helper of workers. IBGE, the main statistical institution in Brazil , has just released the information that illiteracy in Brazil increased during Lula’s reign. Basic sanitation is in the same level as it was at the time of his coronation. 50,000 Brazilians die violent deaths, most caused by guns and drugs smuggled into the country by the FARC Marxist terrorists, allies of Lula.  Who cares? I have a cell phone and tv set. The next World Cup will be in Rio .

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