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June 18, 2013


Pedro Moraes

The Brazilian protests end up helping the democracy in Brasil, the well paid mob that tried to infiltrate the movement was repelled by the real protesters. Since then the real movement has been achieving a extraordinary return as the Brazilian congress starting pushing hard to pass and implement many social claims that were many years overdue. The Brazilian people beat the right wing on their own ground.

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