terça-feira, 18 de junho de 2013


If I were Dilma I would be worried with the protests. But I also wouldn’t know what to do. Maybe talk to Haddad to cut back the bus ticket price. And then go on TV launching a major investment program in schools, which would never happen. Differently from my colleagues, I can’t see any material impact.

6 comentários:

  1. I cannot agree more. Nothing is going to happen, politicians are already managing to steal the show, come up with tales and shape discussion to electoral game coming forward. Perhaps protests can achieve some mild cut down in bus fares, just as charity to finish manifests. They have no leaders, no agenda, no focus (ops, the government also does not, so they all are even).
    Suppose Dilma were a good soul captured by bad politicians, so there would be a great oportunity now to pass forward consistent microeconomic reforms to foster growth and public services.

  2. Here is a little what to do list:

    1. Go to TV and announce that she is giving back the WC to FIFA´s gangsters and the OG to the Lords of the Rings.
    2. Go to TV and ask people to support the 10% of GDP to Education system through petroroyalties that was already sent to congress.
    3. Go to TV and announce the social control on public transports costs demonstrations.

    In my opinion it would be a good starting point.

  3. Dilma should just ignore and wait. she will be reelected.
    the same for Alckimin, (whom you didn't say anything about btw). He's the one who started it all (along with Haddad, but he commands the police). but in one year from now everyone who is not from the left will have forgotten how violent his PM acted and vote for him. or they will remember and ignore it, cause it's better than PT anyway...

  4. Antoninho, I think Dilma is following the advice you gave:


  5. www.avaaz.org/po/petition/Impeachment_da_Presidente_Dilma_1/?fxPYJdb&pv=21

  6. Antoninho, you know everything ?