I never thought that my people would turn to the streets to fight for “order and progress” promised in our flag.
sorry for my english
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My daddy is down the streets, fighting for my future.
I’m not this kind of blog, but i live in Brazil. In one year from now, i won’t live here anymore, but my family will. My cousins, uncles and aunts. We have a easy life, since everything is paid for us, but not for them. All the people that lives here, every day of their lives have to fight for everything. Not everyone as a lot of money and lives in Rio or Sao Paulo, nearby the sea. It’s not always Carnaval. People have their real lives. And they have to pay for everything. My mom had to pay all the school material for my youngest cousin so he could go to school, because it was to expensive. I went to the doctor last week, simple check up, 200 reais. It’s almost 100 dollars.
The peoples are in the streets, but not just because of those 20 cents on bus. No. Because of the society. They’re standing for the right to health, to food and to comfort. Because of the corruption, because of imposts, because of the violence.
They turned down facebook during the afternoon.
It’s only the beginning.
I’m fucking proud of my country.
And this Thursday, Is my turn to show the government our power.
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It’s not like I’m actually brazilian but to live here while all those protests are going on makes me feel like I belong here somehow. They make me want to fight, make me want to help, make me want to scream, make me want to change, not only a country, but the world… Stay Strong Brazil, the world is watching you!!
please write “because The Strokes didn’t tour” on my tombstone