Sauf que voila... L'inflation, le déclassement et les inégalités odieuses commencent sérieusement à se voir...
Toute ressemblance avec la France serait purement fortuite :
|Brazil Protests Return With A Vengeance: Up To A Million Take To The Streets|
|ZeroHedge, 21/06/2013 (traduire en Français )|
Currently going on in Rio: three hundred thousand (expected to rise to a million) have taken to the streets in Rio in the biggest protests so far sweeping Brazil:
The demonstrations have been largely non-violent and comprised mostly middle-class, well-educated voters who do not form the bulk of Rousseff's electoral base.
|800,000 Protest in Brazil Over a 10-Cent Hike in Fares and the High Cost of Staging the World Cup; Police Join Protestors; Inflation, Corruption, as Boom Comes to an End|
|Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis, Mike Shedlock, 21/06/2013 (traduire en Français )|
It's always impossible to know what the trigger for a mass reaction will be in advance. In Brazil, hundreds of thousands of people have been in protest over corruption, bad services, and even the cost of hosting the World Cup.
The trigger was a mere 10-20 cent hike in transportation fares. Cities have rolled back the price hikes but the protests continue.
Interestingly, the protests were not organized by any person or leader the government can deal with or arrest.
Et là... la kleptocratie soviétoïde qui organise ce pillage est vraiment mal :
Military Police Officers Join Protesters In Brazil