Dear non-brazilian friend.... . DEAR FRIEND, Please take it seriously: DON' T COME TO BRAZIL WORLD CUP 2014. Our governors have wasted billions Building stadium Brazil World Cup 2014
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Dear non-brazilian friend...

DEAR FRIEND,
Please take it seriously:
DON' T COME
TO BRAZIL
WORLD CUP 2014.
Our governors have wasted billions Building stadiums that should cost halt and won‘ t bring any
improvement for the life quality of the population. Meanwhile; people are dying in the hospital lines
due to tack oi infrastructure. Violence against regular civilians is out tta control, specially in touristic
cities like Rio and Sac Paula Airports, public transportation. hosteling and other services can' t handle
our own intern needs, so go figure what is gonna happen in the world cup when thousands of tourists
come.
ARE Sick OF IT. Thel WORLD CUP IS GONNA BE MESSY, 1" AND
DANGEROUS, NOT MENTIONING DUE PEOPLE, ALL thm
CURRENT GIANT PROBLEMS,
you stiil have doubts, take a quick look on any digital brazilian newspaper right now.
IF You HAVE A FRIEND PLANNING Try GAME TO KHALIL. PLEASE ASK Hm! TO TAKE A GUIDE READ ON THIS.
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#11 - Rascal (05/05/2014) [-]
Hello, I'm Brazilian and i would like to tell you that this post isn't about the govern, it's about the safety of tourists who come here. It tells you to go to any of our newspaper because everyday all you read on them is thief and murder and corruption. Our govern HAS spend billions on stadiums that should have been built on private funds instead of public money, and most of it is gonna end up in your politicians pockets. Even if some how we could recover some money with tourism during the cup, it would not be use for our schools or for our hospitals, it will be stolen by our politicians while people die in hospitals in front of doctors that don't care or cant help or are too afraid to go out at night because the police in good for nothing. They tell us that "you already got robbed, there's nothing you can do now!". Please, if you care about your safety DON'T COME TO BRAZIL!!
User avatar #7 - bernardator (06/16/2013) [-]
...any digital brazilian newspaper...
#9 to #7 - danilorossetto (06/16/2013) [-]
i don't get it....is language the problem?
a few brazilian digital newspapers have english versions.....and the google translate exits for the others....

you can check the infos in the post and in my other comment in this sites if you want.....
#3 - elfhame (06/16/2013) [-]
if its so bad there how do they all manage to infest the games that i play...
#4 to #3 - danilorossetto (06/16/2013) [-]
sorry about that ^^'
i hate most of brazilian players as well.....

I usually play games on non-brazilian servers without talking I am Brazilian because of them .... =/


but....imagine the worst brazilian players who've ever played ........
they are angels near the brazilian politicians .... = /
#5 to #4 - elfhame (06/16/2013) [-]
its one thing to suck horribly at a game...its a whole other thing to talk **** the whole time youre sucking
User avatar #1 - nicolbolas (06/16/2013) [-]
Their Gov't "wasted" the money in hopes of making a profit from endorsements and traveler spending. If this campaign succeeds wouldn't it bring more harm? I don't know what their government is like so I can't really speculate, but if they do turn a profit or make a considerable amount back, could they then improve the things the people desperately need more effectively because they would have a larger budget?

It looks like they are trying to send a message to their officials but if they succeed won't they harm themselves more?
#6 to #1 - tatteredmg (06/16/2013) [-]
if you check it out most of the countries that host large events like world cups or the olympics end up losing a metric ******* of money..the worst thing that can happen to a weak economy is hosting an event like this. look up the olympic villages and see how many are just abandoned wastes.
#8 to #6 - danilorossetto (06/16/2013) [-]
yeah and the brazil are hosting this year the "confederations cup", next year the world cup and in 2016 the worst olympic games of all times........ =/
#10 to #8 - tatteredmg (06/16/2013) [-]
i doubt they get the Olympics if they have issues already.. not informed on whats going on in brazil atm since i was just catching up on the riots in turkey and i have enough problems at home lol. hope it all works out for em but sounds like its gonna be a **** sandwich
#2 to #1 - danilorossetto (06/16/2013) [-]
you made ​​a good point .... but this cup is already a financial catastrophe .... the level of corruption in Brazil is one of the largest in the world (only "wins" several (not all) African countries and several (not all ) former socialist republics ...)
ALL stadiums and related works are delayed because there is a law that allows, in case of emergency (eg, not having time), create works without bidding, at any price ...... politicians abusing hiring companies which they themselves are owners or partners ...
as said, there is no structure to Brazilians themselves ... and definitely no structure for so many tourists ...

The money that has been spent in the works (the reform Maracanã (ONE OF STADIUMS) has surpassed R$ 1,000,000,000.00 (around half a billion dollars) is IMPOSSIBLE to be recovered with tickets and hotels all the money spent. and ... all the infrastructure is also being overpriced and made ​​with poor quality.


The current idea of the Brazilian people is revolution.
Are happening various protests in several Brazilian cities against various things, including the ridiculous works for the world cup. (started with the increase in bus and subway passes from R$ 3.00 to R$ 3.20 (about $ 1.60) in São Paulo (biggest city of Brazil), you can find "not so expensive" depending on which country you are, but here the minimum wage is R$ 678.00, so if you use public transportation 2x per day (go and return) 5 days per week, you will spend about R$ 140,00 with buses, about 20% of their salary - started because of it, but with police repression, became a kind of revolution for a better country)
the presitent of Brazil was heavily booed during the opening Confederations Cup and protests occurred outside the stadium.

I intend to do a post soon explaining better these protests ....
for now, know that anyone who comes to the cup will not help the people, will only help politicians get in the future more ways to steal money from people and works with lousy service ...

a link to photos and videos of the protests
www.policymic.com/articles/48859/18-photos-and-videos-that-show-the-protesters-of-brazil-will-not-back-down-and-surrender


sorry for long text and possible english errors.
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