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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:

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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:

INFORMATION:

BRAZIL 1 x 7 GERMANY

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).

TEXTO EM PORTUGUÊS:

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:

FICHA TÉCNICA

BRASIL 1 x 7 ALEMANHA

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).

Earlier on Thursday, June 12th, a demonstration called “If Do Not Have Rights, Will not Have Cup” in support of Metro employees laid off because of the strike that lasted almost a week in the capital of the state of São Paulo and against the hosting of the World Cup, took the chaos to the east side of the town. Again, the fascist government of Geraldo Alckmin sent the riot police to dialogue with the protesters with their usual diplomacy. Inside the unfinished stadium Corinthians Arena, President Dilma Rousseff and FIFA President Joseph Blatter were praised by the crowd with shouts of  “Dilma go f*ck yourself” and “Blatter go f*ck yourself”. Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull sang for an unmotivated public. A very poor opening ceremony for the billions of dollars of taxpayer thrown in the trash. Read more here.

Credits for the photos: Fabio Braga/Folhapress, Nelson Antoine/Associated Press, Ernesto Rodrigues/Folhaspress.

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In Rio de Janeiro, the city that will host the final match and the closing ceremony of the World Cup, protesters and police clashed. Several protesters were arrested and some were injured. Leia mais aqui.

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As in Porto Alegre, in the south, where there was turmoil and destruction (read more here), several protests against the host of the World Cup promise to shake the main cities in Brazil in the next days.

CNN journalists were injured during protests

Two journalists from CNN were injured during anti-Cup protest nearby Subway Carrão in São Paulo. CNN correspondent Shasta Darlington and CNN producer Barbara Arvanitidis were slightly injured while covering the protest in Sao Paulo, on this Thursday. A tear gas canister fired by police hit the team. Darlington suffered a minor cut on her arm and Arvanitidis was hit on her wrist when they broadcast the protest live for CNN. The video is available on the CNN website here. They received medical care in an emergency room of Vila Alpina, east of São Paulo, and were released. Protesters were trying to march toward Corinthians Stadium, site of today’s opening World Cup match.

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Some images are better than thousand words. It is a tradition for the Brazilian people to decorate the streets of major cities with drawings, colors and themes in the years of the World Cup, but this time the themes are different from the past editions of the tournament.

Grafitti throughout Brazil are expressing dissatisfaction of millions of Brazilians with the World Cup and FIFA. The drawings mentioning removals of poor people from their homes, the corruption of Brazilian politicians in partnership with the organization and the precarious situation of basic services such as health compared to the sumptuous government spending on the tournament.

Already are classic images as the boy crying for food while it only has a single ball on the plate, signed by painter and graffiti artist Paul Ito and the train with gigantic inscription “Fuck Fifa”. Ito is one of the most active names in criticism Cup.

Cup for who?

At next, some of great graffiti against FIFA and the World Cup.

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Read the latest news from the country of the FIFA Word Cup

1A fan was killed in clashes outside a football stadium in Brazil late on Friday when he was hit by a toilet bowl thrown from the stands.

If you tell that to someone who lives outside Brazil, he will find that this is bad joke. But it’s true. What is unbelievable to any civilized people in this wild country that is Brazil, violence in stadiums (inside or outside) has become commonplace.

Fan killed after being hit by toilet bowl in Brazil

A police officer in Recife said the death occurred on Friday at Arruda Stadium after a second-division match between Santa Cruz and visiting Parana. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press. The officer said fans ripped three toilet bowls out of stadium restrooms and threw them from the stands. He said one hit and instantly killed a fan he identified as Paulo Ricardo Gomes da Silva.

The incident comes six weeks before Brazil hosts the World Cup. Five tournament games will be played in Recife, although none at the Arruda. The city will host World Cup matches at the new Arena Pernambuco. The Brazilian football federation said it was ”preventively closing” the Arruda until authorities finish their investigation and a sports tribunal makes a ruling on the case.

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Also this weekend, authorities detained more than 40 people because of fan fighting outside the stadium that will host World Cup matches in the nearby city of Natal where fans clashed before a match between rival clubs ABC and America in a test event at the Arena das Dunas on Saturday. Police officer Roberto Andrade told the UOL website that the fighting began when a small group of America fans crossed into the path of ABC supporters on their way to the stadium. The ABC fans went after the rival group, throwing rocks and pieces of wood at them until officials intervened. Andrade said fans from both clubs were detained and taken to a police station for interrogation. The match marked the only official test event at the Arena das Dunas before the World Cup in June. The stadium will host four tournament matches.

Violence involving fan groups are common in Brazil, and the number of incidents escalated last year.

Text: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/.

Amazing confession of World Cup security chief: ‘FA is freaking out over safety in Rio’

We are at 6 weeks from the beggining of the World Cup games but the increase of violence in Rio de Janeiro, where will played the final match of the tournament, is frightening the FA (The Football Association, also known simply as the FA, is the governing body of football in England) executive staff. FA head of security Tony Conniford said senior figures in the England set-up were ‘freaking out’ over reports of crime and violence from Rio’s gang-ridden shanty towns, or favelas, the largest of which,  Rocinha, is near England’s hotel. Mr Conniford, a 30-year veteran of Essex Police, told the Brazilian, an ex-military officer: ‘The problems here have been all over the papers. It’s bad. I get calls from management, from my bosses at the FA, freaking out saying, “Tony, are you sure it’s safe?”

9I4A8740.jpgEngland’s hotel is located within view of the Rocinha favela in Rio where armed gangs are being targeted by police.

As more than 50,000 England fans prepare to descend on Brazil, it is hard to imagine they have much idea of what actually awaits them. The host cities for England’s first games – Manaus, São Paolo and Belo Horizonte – are plagued by robberies, murders and muggings. São Paolo has its own slum problem and, in Manaus, a steaming jungle city a four-hour flight north of Rio, child ‘gangs’ roam the streets robbing visitors at knifepoint. Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/.

To understand what’s happening in Brazil, read the message spray-painted on this train car:

trainWe’re less than two months away from World Cup 2014, and things couldn’t be going worse in Brazil.An entire subway car in Rio with a “F*CK FIFA” graffiti piece on the side…

But that’s just the beginning of Brazil’s problems. Vice President John Coates of the International Olympic Committee recently called Rio de Janeiro’s preparations for the 2016 Olympics – which it’s also hosting – “the worst” he has ever seen. “The IOC has formed a special task force to try to speed up preparations,” he said in a statement. “But the situation is critical on the ground.”

According to his report, construction on many of the venues is severely behind schedule. Infrastructural delays and ongoing concerns over “water quality” aren’t helping either. The $14 billion games, combined with the World Cup preparations, have also resulted in forced evictions, indecent working conditions and low pay for construction workers charged with renovating stadiums. Yet Coates remains adamant in his conviction: “[There] is no plan B. We are going to Rio.”

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Then there’s the crime problem. Nearly 20,000 families have been forcibly relocated from homes near stadium sites, with little or no compensation, while an estimated 38 “pacification units” and 9,000 police officers currently occupy 174 favelas, home to 600,000 people. Yet violence in the city has only increased. Frequent and “deadly clashes” between gangs and law enforcement have fostered an environment of constant fear for residents, many of whom are “afraid to stay out at night.” Read more: http://www.policymic.com/.

Rio de Janeiro anticipates security arrangements for the World Cup

Frightened by the increasing violence in the city in the first three months of the year, security officials decided to bring forward the security scheme planed during the games of the World Cup. In one more desperate attempt by the authorities to curb the growth of violence, starting today (5) there was an increase of 2000 military policemen on city streets.

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Data from a survey of the Secretariat of Public Security of Rio, showed alarming numbers: the number of robberies to restaurants and other commercial establishments in the city of Rio has increased 85% in the first three months of the year compared with the same period last year . The robberies to pedestrians also increased about 43%. The murders, when there is intent to kill, grew 1.67% in the capital and 44.92% within the state. The number of seizures of drugs and guns in the state increased by 69.63% and the incidence of acts of resistance was higher, about 61.05%. The police claimed that he had to kill criminals to preserve life itself. Source: http://g1.globo.com/.

The Ukrainian people gave an example of how to fight a corrupt, criminal and oppressive government, and especially an example of how to bring it down. The Ukrainian revolution is a model and inspiration for other oppressed and exploited people to rise up against their oppressors – Venezuela, Egypt, Syria, Brazil, Mexico and wherever else there is injustice, oppression and worms like Viktor Yanukovych, a fascist worm who thought he could exploit and humiliate the people just because he had an institutionalized militia under his command.

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Wanted: Dead or Alive, but better he is dead

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Manhunt for Ukraine’s deposed president as he is accused of ‘mass murder’ of civilians after protester deaths – but he may already be safe in hands of Russian forces. Last facts:

1. Acting interior minister Arsen Avakov says on his Facebook profile Viktor Yanukovich is a wanted man
2. He was reportedly last seen in Sevastopol, a port on Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula
3. But extraordinary claims have emerged today that he was sneaked out of the port by Russia
4. It comes as official reveals EU could coordinate $35bn in aid Ukraine says it needs
5. Meanwhile, the Russian press describes the fall of the Ukrainian president as a coup d’etat
6. Russia has also recalled its ambassador in Ukraine for consultations on the ‘deteriorating situation’

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Read more about the Ukranian Revolution: http://www.theguardian.com/world/ukraine

A.C.A.B. Ukraine

Riot police in Ukraine fell to their knees to ask for forgiveness for their colleagues who shot and beat antigovernment protesters in the recent Kiev massacre. The extraordinary scenes in Lviv involved the Berkut elite anti-riot force whose members had returned from duty in the capital. They apologised on a stage in front of pro-Europe protesters.

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‘I am asking you to forgive us,’ said an officer who stood in front of other men. In memory of those who were killed, we want to kneel down.’ The officers were greeted with chants of ‘Shame!’ and ‘Tribunal’ but they stressed they had not killed or beaten people themselves.

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Read more and see the full video here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk.

Ukraine will never be the backyard of Russia

And you fascist worm, pray every night to you do not be the next to fall…

ukraine_russiaRussia’s President Vladimir Putin (left) shakes hands with Viktor Yanukovich during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, on December, 2013. Photo: Reuters