Don’t bother watching the World Cup.

FIFA & Brazilian Government Killing Street Kids to Prepare for 2014 World Cup

This picture was posted by the police on their Facebook page where they bragged about their “successful” work. They say: “We don’t go into favelas to die. We go in there to kill.”

Brazil: “Pacification” Unleashes Terror On Favelas, Aims to Silence Anti-Capitalist Social Movements

By  on 03/24/2014 BrazilRevolution News

Military police occupying slums in Rio de Janeiro, in a new wave of terror against poor people.

As thousands took to the streets this weekend to protest the civil and militarydictatorship – which left a legacy of some of the most sadistic and brutal repression against political prisoners seen in Latin America – the military police have unleashed a new war on the poor of Brazil, and the State is preparing to enforce new “anti-terrorism” laws which raise legitimate fears that they will bring back the practices of the fascist dictatorship. (Note: On March 22nd, Brazilian fascists called for protests under the slogan “march for family.” They were a failure, much like the white man march in North America. In some places, groups of six or less people participated.)

Police have used fabricated reasons to justify repression against poor communities and anti-capitalist social movements, ahead of a powerfully contested Word Cup in Brazil.
A police station was set on fire, and cops came under armed attack, possibly by drug lords they haven’t “pacified” yet. Drug leaders in pacified communities are typically ex-military police, who the capitalist media misrepresent as “community leaders,” in order to forcefully associate them with social movements against capitalist oppression. The mainstream capitalist media have consistently referred to Brazilians living in favelas as “criminals,” in a clear attempt to increase hatred against poor people, who mostly have nothing to do with drug trafficking.

These are the results of police raiding a building occupied by poor people: they forcefully evicted them, at gun point, again.
UPP in Manguinhos
Residents protested, and unrest spread in some favelas (slums).

This recent act of brutal oppression against poor people came just as the country was enraged by the most sadistic crime committed by Brazilian police in recent memory – which they try to cover up now: they killed a 38 year old mom of 4 kids, threw her in the trunk of their car and later dragged her body on a main boulevard in broad daylight.

Claudia’s assassination raised even more questions about some 6,000 people that have disappeared. Many of their families are convinced they were police victims.

A child looks at military police during a demonstration against the police murder of a mother of 4 kids.

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16 Responses to “Don’t bother watching the World Cup.”

  1. NPP says:

    I love my football. The picture of the dead kids is… I have heard next to nothing on BBC 5 Live re this kind of crack down.

    This is what TV sport has become. Propaganda.

  2. Anonymous says:

    They have freed the Woman in the Sudan on death row..if. real Something going on inthe Sudan and its been going on for years..Chinese USA Britain EU ..and on .UN .What going on really ? they have been killing the people and raping looting for years .Why the Silence ?please don’t forget the pedophiles that were sent their to help the children be abuse and killed .

  3. shirlz007 says:

    With an Israeli Mossad, 9/11 profiteer and real life Bond villain such as Frank Lowy at the helm of FIFA… are any really surprised?

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    -RH Negative Blood
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    -Ancient flood myths
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    there worth a read!!!

    some of you know EXACTLY who I am… more than I do it would seem! (not in a creepy ‘Anonymous’ stalking or immoral ‘journalistic’ way)…
    I mean some ‘Occultists’/ practitioners of magic/sorcery have been watching me since I was a teenager (at least!)

    -RH Negative Blood… THERES SOMETHING TO IT! I know I carry it (AB RH-)

    Dragons/Serpents throughout history in EVERY culture and religion.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    NPP if this is BRICS I do not want it.

    There are no words for these pictures
    just like Hang the Bankers’ pics of Children of the Drone

    To all those who claim Putin to be the Hero/Saviour/Statesman to Save Our World

    I say

    DO Something here and now to demonstrate reason for our allegiance.

    As Tap Says-the Feral Reserve is the litmus test for Putin.

    Children dying at the hands of cops makes me sick.
    I do not wish to survive such a regime.
    I will go down with the children.

    Peace to all.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I work with 23 people not one is interested in football, when the london olympics was on not one was interested and the mass of people trying to get into the glastonbury festival was so big, the government asked them to cancel it
    football is a pure homo erotic NWO distraction exercise for dummies, only the brain dead can watch it

  6. Anonymous says:

    hi shirzoo7
    yes we have been watching you for a long time, as one of the future world leaders you must expect this
    we are mzumpy men from the planet tharg and we have put an alien implant up your bottom like most politicians,
    this is why you talk from that area
    message ends

  7. Anonymous says:

    Getting sick of the “east good west bad” propaganda. Anybody with eyes to see and ears to hear can tell there’s no difference ~ they are just as bad as each other. So much for BRICS being the new saviours of the world.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Re dragons :-

  9. Anonymous says:

    Brazil has spared no expense for the upcoming World Cup. The month-long competition will feature 64 matches in 12 cities across the country. Refurbishing old stadiums and building new ones has cost Brazil $3.6bn. Several of the new stadiums will seldom be used after the World Cup, and Brasilia’s World Cup stadium is estimated to have cost taxpayers $900m.

    Tack on an additional $7bn bill for infrastructure, this makes this World Cup an extremely costly one for Brazil, and more specifically, its growing population of unemployed and underemployed, neglected and mistreated citizens. Broken down, each World Cup match will cost Brazil roughly $62m.

    Popular protests across Brazil focus squarely on the state’s excessive spending on World Cup preparations and planning, in addition to draconian tactics displacing the poor from coveted communities. The state has cut expenditures and public programmes targeting poor and working-class Brazilians. From the vantage point of these communities, the nexus is clear – a fraction of the billions spent on World Cup stadiums, lodging for tourists, and cosmetic projects could have cured a number of ills plaguing the people.

    Put simply, these preparations reveal that this is a World Cup intended for the country’s elite and affluent tourists to enjoy, at the expense of Brazil’s rising indigent and working class segments. Instead of improving urban housing or public transportation, raising the pay of government workers or funding much-needed social projects benefitting the country’s rising poor, Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff gave a blank check to Sports Minister Adelo Rebelo.

    Her assignment was clear: Showcase Brazil’s most prized product and players while the world’s light shines brightly on it. The unholy trinity of samba, sex, and soccer will draw millions of tourists that pour in billions of dollars into the nation’s economy during the World Cup’s month-long competition. Dollars likely not to trickle into the communities that gave us Pele, Romario and Rivaldo, nor earmarked at improving the quality of life of millions of poor and working class Brazilians.

  10. NPP says:

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    The dead and bloodied kids image is horrifying. I love my football, but our priorties are so screwed up. Mark Passio talks of Satanism and indeed, what other conclusion is there.
    Next to nothing about this murder and killing hell in the presstitute media, yet Anelka’s quenelle arm gesture made anti-Semitic news all over the place:

    Pele’s son jailed for 33 years:
    Qatar World Cup: ‘£3m payments to officials’ corruption claim:

    TV sport. To think the Olympics was once an individual competition of simply the best trying to be the best and today it is a national identity flag waving exercise propping up corporate interests, promoting the most unhealthy food and drink along with the mass global numbing of minds in one foul swoop.

    TAP. Keep doing what you are doing. Keep speaking out and stepping up. It is essential.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Those photographs look strange, the police seem like they are unsure who killed who.
    Are we sure it was not a gangland killing. just sayin.

  12. shirlz007 says:

    HI Anonymous 7.24!!!
    Another Anonymous creep with no guts and NO idea of what is going on! ABSOLUTELY NONE… so unless there prepared to take a look at themselves, and look at the problem humanity is facing as a whole.

    IF people aren’t prepared to look at the ‘ancient bloodline conspiracy’ or ‘Annunaki’, ‘Ancient Mystery Schools’ stuff…

    I do recommend a book…
    ‘The Fall – The Insanity of the Ego in Human History and the Dawning of a New Era’ by Steve Taylor (think this guy is onto something in terms of the human psyche, the history of human ‘civilisation’, what he calls ‘The Fall’ etc etc)

    ”It really has to be said that people – men, mostly – are appalling, in that they commit murder and genital mutilation, go to war, rape, pillage, despoil their environments, hang, burn, flog or flay others who offend them and so on, and so on, ad nauseam. You or I may not commit such atrocities, because we are Guardian readers and we just don’t do that kind of thing, but the bad news is that there are plenty of non-Guardian readers who are happy to pick up the slack for us.

    The question is, why should this be so? For most authorities agree that, about 6,000 years ago, people were not like that. They lived in societies where women were not seen as both wicked and inferior, where there was no such thing as slavery or, as far as we can tell, violence. The oldest centres of habitation were not built impregnably, implying that people lived in peace.”


  13. shirlz007 says:

    And Im afraid the only implant I have is not in my arse, it’s in my left forearm, 3/4 up between wrist and elbow… it wasn’t aliens that put it there, it was the French Govt!
    If anyone knows of a UK surgeon who would be willing to remove it!

    don’t get smarmy with me pal, without leaving contact details please! ITs pathetic! 😉

  14. Anonymous says:

    I think I can see a troll swimming about, contact Z for Zebra, if you spot one.

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