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August 25, 2013

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MBumbel

Hi Gringa! You said: "...Globo is a right-leaning network". This is not accurate. Globo is PRO GOVERNMENT, being right or left, she supports it. Presently Rede Globo, for example, makes everything possible for the people to NOT understand how bad PT´s administration is. It darts data everywhere not connecting the dots and not explaining the meaning of things. Through Globo every brazilian knows they are judging the "mensaleiros" but have NO idea what it really means or the role of Pt and Lula in it. So, your statement that: "Globo... is generally critical of Brazil's ruling party" is not true either. In reality, it is the opposite. Se há governo, é a favor. Keep up the good work, Gringa!

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