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BOLSODOIDO
Brazil IwillHelpYou 
How developed countries solve violence: jobs and opportunity to everyone. How bolsodoido will solve: Made you buy a gun with your own money and transfer the responsability to you. LOL DUMB BOLSONARO VOTERS ARRIVING BELLOW.
2018-10-17 01:38
i mean it already doesnt work in the US, why would it work in Brazil where people have latino tempers? anyways i think all your politicians are corrupt in some way, you can only get a bad president. doesnt matter who wins the election.
2018-10-17 01:43
+1 except for "latino tempers".
2018-10-17 02:58
#8
gabs | 
Andorra DiaRhea 
He is right there is already so much violence in Br. If bolsonaro makings guns legal which I'm not sure of, I'm sure it will be a shitshow over there
2018-10-17 03:02
it might sound like a liberal idea but instead of making guns legal, there should be much more work done to keep kids from joining gangs and dealing drugs. and that wont happen with a corrupt guy like bolsonaro, but also not with any other politician in that country. they are all corrupt in some kind of way
2018-10-17 03:09
well im sorry for that first sentence, wasnt worded correctly and somewhat ignorant. i just wanted to say that with the way your countrymen are fed up with politicians, criminals etc giving out "free" guns to the people might lead to many problems and maybe even a civil war or something.
2018-10-17 03:14
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Brazil Mentecapto 
I wouldn't say a "civil war". But undoubtedly, homicide rates would skyrocket. And we already have the biggest absolute number of homicides in the world, lmao. We are doomed.
2018-10-17 03:17
Nah basednaro isn't corrupt
2018-10-17 03:01
He already told in Jovem Pan Radio that he received bribe from JBS through his party.
2018-10-17 03:31
He said that because he wants a fair elections. Dude, he's a saint
2018-10-17 03:33
did i just get baited? LUL
2018-10-17 03:34
npr.org/2018/04/13/602143823/how-often-d.. "...2.2 and 2.5 million defensive gun uses annually." Guns work but the media doesn't give a shit about reporting on it.
2018-10-17 03:01
well i think we could argue all night over gun laws in the US. all i can say is that in my country guns are not legal and thus nobody uses them. police use them in the rarest of occasions. we also got a much lower murder rate than the US. imho you guys are stuck with the current state since there simply are too many guns to successfully demilitarize the population. especially criminals wouldnt just hand them over for free.
2018-10-17 03:10
+1 agreed. There are positives and negatives and no way to end it without violence sadly.
2018-10-17 03:10
ok reported for irrelevant topic
2018-10-17 02:58
#4
gabs | 
Andorra DiaRhea 
As much as I've read about bolsonaro he seems like an absolutely terrible choice as a president
2018-10-17 03:01
#7
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Brazil BlueLighting 
Haddad is the wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy worse than Bolsonaro
2018-10-17 03:02
#9
gabs | 
Andorra DiaRhea 
I know nothing about Haddad. My only source of information about bolsonaro is you guys from hltv which majority support him, and he seems very bad.
2018-10-17 03:04
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Brazil BlueLighting 
Haddad is a member of the PT party, well known for being the party that planned one of the world's biggest corruption schemes. His party financed dictatorships of Venezuela and Cuba with Brazilian money through BNDS bank. The former party leader who was also our former president is currently imprisoned for corruption. Haddad used much in his advertisements the image of Lula that was well-known in here.... without shame of supporting a prisoner... and still speaking that it would free his "companheiro(big friend)" if he become president. Without counting the censorship plans present in Haddad's Official Government Plan...
2018-10-17 03:23
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gabs | 
Andorra DiaRhea 
So its like usa 2016 where both candidates are shit
2018-10-17 03:25
#21
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Brazil BlueLighting 
yeah... just like that... But I sincerely prefer Bolsonaro, since the PT(Workers party........ that doesn't work at all) has been in charge of the presidency for 14 years... We need something new... even if it is not the ideal...
2018-10-17 03:28
#11
HEN1 | 
Brazil wLnnn 
You are reading in the wrong places. He is the best economic way out of the crisis.
2018-10-17 03:09
well they said the same about trump and so far he hasnt made the US economic much better, at least not the way he promised
2018-10-17 03:11
Thats why i'm leaving. Sad... But i have no hope for 2019+
2018-10-17 03:13
How do Brazilians justify jailing Lula indefinitely? We the US will win anyways by Bolsanaro's win. It's like the banana wars all over again. Each generation of Latin Americans gets dumber. You should be coalescing around workers to get rid of central planning not the powerful bosses dumbasses.
2018-10-17 03:19
I'm always proud of my country when its to be a warm people, receive all foreign with open hearts and etc, but when comes times of elections, i'm always ashamed.
2018-10-17 03:37
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