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June 16, 2013

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Joseph Lemien

This is a great list of resources. Thanks for bringing it all together.

Uziel Nogueira

Winter is the official season but a Springlike air of revolution is felt all over the major Brazilian cities.

The Brazilian youth has risen against political CORRUPTION translated into high taxes (37%/GDP compared to 27% US) while giving back public services of education, transport, health and police of Somalia.

The young generation says NO to the old generation of corrupt politicians. They are the only hope of changing a corrupt political system created the country became a Republic in 1889.

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