We’re Closed

Posted: September 24, 2014 in no category


Sorry, but this blog will be closed for the next months. I’m so busy actually that I can’t handle with this Blog neither with my others two movies blogs Assim Era Hollywood and Cult Movies. Unfortunately, I had to stop with everything. I hope to come back soon with new stuff. Thank you for visit and keep following All That I Love.

I’ll see you soon.












Thank you.

Source: Robin Williams Filmography on Wikipedia.

This post is not a comeback, I would not sleep tonight before write something about this. I had no time to check the translation, so excuse me by errors. Portuguese text in the final of this post.

Brazil-fansFans wearing masks with the face of the player Neymar, hide their face to not see the shameful defeat of the Brazilian National Team.

Who in the CBF forgot to pay the electric bill of the Brazilian team? In the country of the blackouts, who was turned off was the Brazilian team…

Check out below the best moments of the Brazil team against Germany:

Of course I’m sad. I’m a Brazilian. And lose from one or two goals it’s alright, because someone has to lose, but seven goals??? Being 5 goals just in the first thirty minutes? And of course the Germany team is infinitely superior. The Germans are experienced in World Cups, and went into camp organized and rested, while the Brazil team, which in addition to much inferior technically entered the field after two battles in a row: the dramatic decision on penalties against Chile and the war against Colombia, which resulted in two major absences: Neymar, who fractured his spine, and Thiago Silva, suspended for yellow card.

The three goals conceded against France in the final of the 1998 World Cup until it was not so bad. If this can be a consolation for the fans who lost their time, energy and money watching any game of this World Cup in Brazil: The Brazil team is very, very, very bad and only got where they got because they only kicked dead dogs in their path, and still stumbled in Mexicans and was nearly to be eliminated on penalties by the Chileans.

In the first strongest opponent in their path – the Germany of Klose (the biggest scorer of the history of the World Cups from now, with 16 goals) – the Brazil team took a lesson of how to play soccer and how to play a World Cup. Unfortunately, this lesson will never be learned totally. Four years from now, everything will be repeated. At least the next World Cup will not be in Brazil.

And another consolation for the fans with clown faces right now: it was better to lose to Germany than to lose any final for Argentina at the Maracana Stadium, reediting the tragedy of 1950 when Brazil lost to Uruguay playing at home in front of more than hundred thousand people. And tomorrow we will all cheer for the Netherlands!

And finally, this little joke on the Internet: it would be better for the players of Brazil to compete in the UFC – at least there the referee ends the dispute when someone is being beaten too much. And one more joke: after the game, the Globo TV will show a documentary about World War II. At least there, Germany loses.

Ok, let’s laugh a little more with this two memes found on Internet:

joke-1Translation: “Neither Volkswagen makes 5 Gols in 30 minutes. “

joke-2Translation: “Very beautiful homage that players did for Neymar. If he does not play, they do not play too…”

To save and never forget the worst performance in the history of the World Cups of the Brazilian National Team:



BRAZIL – Julio César; Maicon, David Luiz, Dante and Marcelo; Luiz Gustavo, Fernandinho (Paulinho) and Oscar; Bernard, Hulk (Ramires) and Fred (Willian). Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari.

GERMANY – Neuer; Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Hummels (Mertesacker) and Höwedes; Toni Kroos, Schweinsteiger, Khedira (Draxler) and Özil; Thomas Müller and Klose (Schürrle). Coach: Joachim Löw.

GOALS – Müller (10′), Klose (22′), Toni Kroos (24′ and 25′), Khedira (28′), Schürrle (68′ and 78′), and Oscar (90′).

YELLOW CARD – Dante (Brasil).

REFEREE – Marco Rodríguez (Fifa/México).

PUBLIC – 58.141 pessoas.

LOCAL – Mineirão Stadium, Belo Horizonte (MG).


Quem na CBF esqueceu de pagar a conta de energia elétrica da seleção brasileira? No país dos apagões, quem parece ter apagado de vez foi a equipe brasileira…

É claro que estou triste. Eu sou um brasileiro. E perder de um ou dois gols está tudo bem, porque alguém tem que perder, mas sete gols sendo apenas 5 gols nos primeiros 30 minutos? É claro que a seleção alemã é infinitamente superior. Os alemães têm experiência em Copas do Mundo, e foram para o campo organizados e descansados, enquanto a equipe do Brasil, que além de muito inferior tecnicamente entrou no campo após duas batalhas seguidas: a decisão dramática nos pênaltis contra o Chile e a guerra contra a Colômbia, que resultou em duas ausências importantes: Neymar, que fraturou a coluna vertebral, e Thiago Silva, suspenso por cartão amarelo.

Mas levar 3 gols da França na final da Copa de 1998 até que não foi tão ruim. Se serve de consolo para algum torcedor que perdeu seu tempo, suas energias e seu dinheiro assistindo a qualquer jogo do Brasil nesta Copa do Mundo: O time do Brasil é muito muito ruim e só chegou onde chegou porque só chutou cachorro morto pelo caminho, e ainda assim tropeçou nos mexicanos e quase foi eliminado pelos chilenos nos pênaltis.

No primeiro adversário mais forte que encontrou pela frente – A Alemanha de Klose (o maior artilheiro das Copas a partir de agora, com 16 gols) – tomou uma lição de como se joga futebol e de como se deve disputar uma Copa do Mundo. Infelizmente, lições como essa jamais serão aprendidas. Daqui a quatro anos, tudo vai se repetir. Pelo menos, a próxima Copa do Mundo não será mais no Brasil.

E mais um consolo para os torcedores com cara de palhaço: melhor perder para a Alemanha do que perder uma eventual final para a Argentina em pleno Maracanã, reeditando a tragédia de 1950, quando o Brasil perdeu para o Uruguai jogando em casa diante de mais de cem mil pessoas. E amanhã somos todos holandeses contra a Argentina!

E para terminar, essa piadinha na Internet: melhor seria se os jogadores do Brasil disputassem o UFC – pelo menos lá o juiz encerra a disputa quando alguém está apanhando muito. E mais uma piada: após o jogo, a TV Globo vai mostrar um documentário sobre a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Pelo menos lá, a Alemanha perde.

Para guardar e nunca mais esquecer a pior atuação da história da Seleção Brasileira em Copas do Mundo:



BRASIL – Julio César; Maicon, David Luiz, Dante e Marcelo; Luiz Gustavo, Fernandinho (Paulinho) e Oscar; Bernard, Hulk (Ramires) e Fred (Willian). Técnico: Luiz Felipe Scolari.

ALEMANHA – Neuer; Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Hummels (Mertesacker) e Höwedes; Toni Kroos, Schweinsteiger, Khedira (Draxler) e Özil; Thomas Müller e Klose (Schürrle). Técnico: Joachim Löw.

GOLS – Müller, aos 10, Klose, aos 22, Toni Kroos, aos 24 e aos 25, e Khedira, aos 28 minutos do primeiro tempo; Schürrle, aos 23 e aos 33, e Oscar, aos 45 minutos do segundo tempo.

CARTÃO AMARELO – Dante (Brasil).

ÁRBITRO – Marco Rodríguez (Fifa/México).

PÚBLICO – 58.141 pessoas.

LOCAL – Estádio do Mineirão, em Belo Horizonte (MG).

A Farewell

Posted: June 30, 2014 in tudo o que eu amo

Texto em português no final

It’s not only because this goddamn government of President Dilma Rousseff have spend more than 7 billion dollars to make this goddamn World Cup that Brazilian people are on the streets to protest. It’s for everything. The F*ck FIFA World Cup is only the top of the iceberg. There’s many things wrong in this shit of country and no signal of good will from this corrupt government or from any goddamn politician to make those things better to the people. Brazil is promoting a massive killing of indigenous and poor – and the most of poor are black what means the black people are being killed in a silent social cleansing practiced by police and other law enforcement officials. We are under a perverse dictatorship, most bloody than the military dictatorship: the dictatorship of the capitalists groups and corrupt politicians that control all powers in Brazil.

dilma_chuckDilma Rousseff and the true face of evil. This explains why the policy of the Brazilian government is a real terror.

I’m tired of all this shit. I’m tired of turn on my TV and see the f*cked face of Dilma Rousseff and her corrupt staff. I’m tired of see lies and more lies in the newspapers, radios and TVs because the Brazilian media – means Globo Network which controls the public opinion with its lies and reigns above politicians and capitalists groups -, is corrupted and tendencious. I’m tired of being forced to vote for the same corrupt politicians every year. I’m tired of this f*cked police composed of thugs, murderers and psychopaths paid with the money of the taxpayer, a criminal and perverse police that is protected by bizarre laws and are assured that their crimes will never be punished.


I do not watch TV since three years ago and I’m not seeing any game of this goddamn FIFA circus. I don’t give a f*ck if Brazil team win or lose this World Cup, but like everything involving the corrupt FIFA is almost certain that the Brazilian government bought this World Cup to make the Brazilian team reaching the final and winning the competition.

I think this will be my last post here on All That I Love because I’m tired. My time is getting every day shorter and I’m without any inspiration to write about anything. I’m having problems with my internet access that are making me angry and discouraged to post. In the last year I fought my bad English to try to make me understood in a language that is not mine. I spent sleepless nights researching and writing about the lies of the Brazilian government and the truths about the World Cup in Brazil. I went to demonstrations, I marched alongside students and teachers, I took tear gas in my face and I was almost arrested by the fascist police of Rio Governor Sergio Cabral on the evening of 15 October 2013. I was there, could be me one of the 200 arrested:


See the video below:


I think I did great posts here but also think others could have been better. Here’s a list of what I think I did better in these three years of All That I Love. I will take good care of my babe, my three year old kitten Mitcho, look at she in the picture below looking to me how was asking to go play with her and get off the Internet.


And she again, helping me to write a post…


One of the few things that still give me pleasure is to watch movies. So I will see movies and write about them to my Portuguese movies blogs Assim Era Hollywood and Cult Movies. Maybe I’m just getting tired and skeptical of everything. The truth is that this old Jedi Knight decided to retire his lightsaber. The Fascist and cruel New Order can come to reign over this country once and for all. People will continue to fight against it as they are already struggling to over 500 years. God bless them all.

obi-wan-lightsaberI will save my lightsaber for more civilized days…

Maybe I will return to my posts on All That I Love. But when I do not know. Patience, my young padawans. Always in motion is the future.

Thanks to all followers and visitors of All That I Love. Thanks to you for reading this blog.

Thank you and so long. My best regards,

Marcio – mkenobi

Portuguese Version:

Não é só porque este governo maldito da presidente Dilma Rousseff já gastou 15 bilhões de reais para fazer esta Copa do Mundo maldita que os brasileiros estão nas ruas para protestar. É por tudo. Os gastos com a Copa do Mundo é apenas o topo do iceberg. Há muitas coisas erradas nesta merda de país e não há sinal de boa vontade deste governo corrupto ou de qualquer político maldito para fazer as coisas melhores para o povo. Brasil está promovendo uma grande matança de indígenas e pobres – e a maioria dos pobres é composta por negros o que significa que as pessoas negras estão sendo mortas em uma limpeza social em silêncio praticada pela polícia e demais agentes da lei. Estamos sob uma ditadura perversa, mais sangrenta do que a ditadura militar: a ditadura dos grupos capitalistas e políticos corruptos que controlam todos os poderes no Brasil.

dilma_chuckDilma Rousseff e a verdadeira face do mal. Isso explica por que a política do governo brasileiro é um verdadeiro terror.

Estou cansado de toda essa merda. Estou cansado de ligar a minha TV e ver a cara de fudida de Dilma Rousseff e sua quadrilha de bandidos. Estou cansado de ver mentiras e mais mentiras nos jornais, rádios e TVs porque a mídia brasileira – estou falando da Rede Globo, que controla a opinião pública com as suas mentiras e reina acima de políticos e grupos capitalistas -, é corrupta e tendenciosa. Estou cansado de ser forçado a votar nos mesmos políticos corruptos a cada ano. Estou cansado desta polícia de merda composta de bandidos, assassinos e psicopatas pagos com o dinheiro do contribuinte, uma polícia criminosa e perversa que está protegida por leis bizarras e está certa de que seus crimes nunca serão punidos.



Há três anos eu não ligo a minha TV e eu não estou vendo qualquer jogo deste circo maldito da FIFA. Eu não dou a mínima se a equipe Brasileira vai perder ou ganhar esta Copa do Mundo, mas como tudo que envolve a FIFA é corrupto e duvidoso, é quase certo que o governo brasileiro comprou esta Copa do Mundo para fazer a seleção brasileira chegar à final e ganhar a competição.

Acho que este será o meu último post aqui no All That I Love porque estou cansado. Meu tempo está ficando cada dia mais curto e eu estou sem inspiração para escrever sobre qualquer coisa. Eu estou com problemas no meu acesso à Internet que estão me deixando irritado e desanimado para postar. No ano passado eu lutei contra meu Inglês ruim para tentar me fazer compreendido em um idioma que não é meu. Passei noites sem dormir pesquisando e escrevendo sobre as mentiras do governo brasileiro e as verdades sobre a Copa do Mundo no Brasil. Fui a protestos, marchei ao lado de estudantes e professores, levei gás lacrimogêneo na cara e quase fui preso pela polícia fascista de Sergio Cabral na noite de 15 de Outubro de 2013. Eu estava lá, poderia ter sido eu um dos 200 presos.


Veja o vídeo abaixo:


Eu acho que fiz grandes postagens aqui, mas também acho que outras poderiam ter sido melhores. Aqui tem uma lista do que eu acho que fiz de melhor nesses três anos de All That I Love. Eu vou cuidar bem do meu amor, minha gatinha de três anos Mitcho, olha ela na foto abaixo como se pedisse para eu ir brincar com ela em vez de perder meu tempo na Internet.


E ela de novo, me ajudando a escrever um post…


Uma das poucas coisas que ainda me dão prazer é assistir filmes. Então eu vou ver filmes e escrever sobre eles para meus blogs em português Assim Era Hollywood e Cult Movies. Talvez eu esteja apenas ficando cansado e cético em relação a tudo. A verdade é que este velho Cavaleiro Jedi decidiu aposentar seu sabre de luz. A Nova Ordem fascista e perversa pode vir reinar sobre esse país de uma vez por todas. As pessoas vão continuar lutando contra ela como já estão lutando a mais de 500 anos. Que Deus abençoe todos eles.

obi-wan-lightsaberVou guardar o meu sabre de luz para dias mais civilizados …

Talvez eu volte aos meus posts no All That I Love um dia. Mas quando eu não sei. Paciência, meus jovens padawans. Sempre em movimento está o futuro.

Obrigado a todos os seguidores e visitantes do All That I Love. Muito obrigado a você por ler este blog.

Obrigado e até um dia. Com os meus melhores cumprimentos,

Marcio – mkenobi

world-cupChildren watch the World Cup opening match between Brazil and Croatia in an alley at the Mangueira slum, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 12 2014.

A World Cup for whom?

For the poor of the slums that will continue to be exploited and humiliated even after all the promises of politicians and rulers that their lives will improve after the World Cup?
For the black and the poor who have no money to buy expensive tickets to be able to cheer for their national team in stadiums built with money earned from the taxes he pays to the government on a abusive daily basis?
For the poor who were expelled from their homes and driven to distant places of the urban areas where foreign delegations will be headquartered?
For these same poor who were expelled from where they lived and received a derisory compensation and after the World Cup will see the places where they lived being given to the property speculation that will make millions?
For the seller of popsicles that will get some lucrative weeks before returning to the misery that ever lived?
Or for the politicians that profited from fraudulent bids and overpriced works, and pocketed much of the values ​​of these works by diverting funds without a modicum of control and inspection by government agencies?
Or for contractors and economic groups who carried out construction and reforms of stadiums and facilities with resources financed by the government and then will administer all this heritage for decades?
Or for the Brazilian media (I say Globo) that will monopolize the information about the World Cup and increase its audience during broadcasts of games and profit with sponsors?


Note the below photo of Brazilian fans during the opening match of the World Cup between Brazil and Croatia. Do you see any black in the stands? World Cup, the FIFA big circus for the joy of the white hegemony.


A World Cup for whom?

Text by Erik Vasconcelos from Jamaica Observer.

According to Leonardo Dupin on journalist Juca Kfouri’s blog, the Minas Arena consortium will have the right to operate the Minerao soccer stadium in Belo horizonte for 25 years after their investment of about $300 million, $180 million of which was kindly lent by Brazil’s state development bank, BNDES. The agreement guarantees that the Government of the state of Minas Gerais will cover any losses in their business up to $1.7 million. In 2013, the consortium had losses every month of the year and the State footed the bill, giving them over $20 million to secure corporate profits.

The Government is generally not as straightforward in trying to protect corporations from losses. It seems that this time, the State didn’t try to be very roundabout and just funnelled money directly from the pockets of the tax-paying poor.

The consortiums that control other World Cup stadiums have similar sweetheart deals, with “investment” money generously coming from BNDES, the largest tool of upward wealth transfer in Brazil. President Dilma Rousseff appears frequently on TV to assure us that the total spent on stadiums was “only” $4 billion, whereas total overall is around $11.5 billion, most of which should actually be “recouped” by the public, because they were “loans”.

Rouseff forgot to account for subsidies and concession contracts. She also forgot to account for evictions and urban make-up projects intended to hide our poor from fearful tourists. Not to mention the cost of the police state that has wreaked havoc since the World Cup and the Olympics were announced to be held in Brazil.

Protests and criticisms have abounded, however, culminating on May 15 in the International Day of World Cup Resistance (15M). People took to the streets in many Brazilian capitals, accompanied by teachers, public transportation workers and, in Pernambuco, police strikes. Also worthy of note was the manifestation of the Homeless Workers Movement, comprised of people who have the biggest reasons to complain: The World Cup caps off a model of urban development that evicts the poor from the city centres and pushes the value of their labour even lower.

The Government, as always, tries to paint the Worker’s Party (PT) administration as the halcyon days of never-ending development, but the honeymoon is over. No matter who conquers the World Cup, the real winner is corporate capitalism.

Nothing illustrates this better than the gentrification of Maracana stadium, once a hub for the people, but now a place attended exclusively by the elite, where fans are supposed to watch the game sitting down, taking off your jersey is forbidden, fireworks are “unsafe”, and the flags you take are strictly regulated according to FIFA’s rulebook. If not even soccer is like we used to do it, we can only ask the biggest question from 15M: World Cup for whom?


Recommended reading: http://www.marxist.com/fifa-brazil-wave-of-protest-and-strikes.htm.