Discussion in 'Mexi-Mayhem' started by Fatale, Mar 15, 2016.
So when they demand socialism they are surprised at how corrupt it gets? It seems to me that no matter who is in charge the country has a really bad corruption issue that seems to plague everyone in politics.
Damn that's a lot of people. A hotdog stand would clean up there.
As Churcill once quipped in a speech before the Commons (I think it was): “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.”
I love this quotation because it demonstrates what I believe to be true: socialism is the creed of losers.
I love it. He's wanted for serious felony offenses so he becomes chief of fucking staff to dodge the charges. I'd like to say only in Brazil, but we're looking at America's near future in that equatorial cesspool. We're just gonna have Islamo-Spanish instead of Afro-Portuguese as a national language.
Their politicians are no more corrupt than ours; just way dumber, bolder and completely without shame about their corruption because they realized a long time back that the people can't normally do jack shit about it. That attitude is already spreading here. Look at Hillary, layering one felonious lie on top of another and continuing to hit the bottle and flash that wild-eyed rictus to any visible camera even in the middle of a federal investigation.
The Hillary Clinton of South America.
Bolsonaro is my fucking hero.
If socialism is the creed of losers, capitalism is the creed of parasites. Capitalists are rich because they appropriated the value of the labor of millions of people or their ancestors did and passed that appropriated value on to them. A capitalist doesn't need to do any labor himself, he doesn't even have to do any mental labor to accumulate more and more wealth, all he has to do is make the right investments which he can hire other people to do for him or even use a computer program to do the same with effectively no risk.
Dilma has travelled to NYC to address the UN. She asked for sanctions against her own country lest the "coup" be put to an end.
They would grant her request in a heartbeat if there was some way they could profit from the situation.
If there was a realistic chance Bolsonaro could seize power, the fucking New York Times would demand that the UN rubberstamp every demand she made, and the rest of world media would soon follow suit until the insect hum of their massed commieganda burst people's eardrums.
Hard to warm up to anybody named DILMA, though. On the other hand, Brazil certainly seems to be a shithole crammed to the ceiling with niggers, near-niggers, and fucking insanely crooked white politicians. Well, kinda-white, anyway. I predict once the Dilma scandal is settled and she's either in jail or sunbathing at Papa Doc's timeshare on the Riviera, ten minutes after she's gone whoever is left in charge will just resume stuffing fistfuls of cash in his or her pockets as Brazil continues sinking into third-world quicksand