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BOLSONARO GOAT
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Brazil ;---) 
2017 brazil homicides : 63,880 2019 brazil homicides : 41,635 news.yahoo.com/brazil-murders-drop-lowes.. stock market breaks record poder360.com.br/economia/bolsa-de-valore.. brazil now the 4th largest destination of foreign investments infomoney.com.br/economia/brasil-sobe-no.. Almost 1 millions newly jobs created jconline.ne10.uol.com.br/canal/economia/..
2020-02-15 04:40
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#1
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Brazil feminazi 
Still high as fuck, BAD COUNTRY!
2020-02-15 04:40
#2
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Brazil ;---) 
agree
2020-02-15 04:41
#4
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Brazil feminazi 
Nuke all favelas, give people proper education and destroy the state.
2020-02-15 04:42
#9
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Italy m4rt3 
death penalty will fix this
2020-02-15 04:46
#10
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Brazil feminazi 
yes, brazilians complain about brazil but they vote for the worst people, we kinda deserve the country we have, ik people are dumb bcz of the lack of education but it's easier to get the fuck out of here and enjoy life in another place
2020-02-15 04:48
like your name lol
2020-02-15 05:20
#120
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Brazil feminazi 
it's a meme -.-'
2020-02-15 19:03
but its true there are a lot of them
2020-02-15 19:08
yeah, look for example people voting over 16 years on PT and complaining of the country situation and saying it was better when them ruined all companies and destroyed jobs and the middle class stealing taxes so they could feed their militants. it was so damn stupid. still people defend them was theyre gods of the good norms.
2020-02-15 05:45
#92
fnx | 
Brazil __Jun 
+1
2020-02-15 16:33
#56
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Finland no_man 
lets stop murder by murder good one
2020-02-15 15:16
#72
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Brazil PierreGabriel 
Better to kill a criminal than a criminal kill a innocent
2020-02-15 15:46
“nuke all favelas”. Yes, I’m sure killing the poor will solve all Brazil’s problems.
2020-02-15 16:09
I dint agree with that
2020-02-15 18:40
#121
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Brazil feminazi 
I meant to nuke the place with no people, how dare you
2020-02-15 19:04
thanks to the 10 years of leftie goverment but it's getting fixed now.
2020-02-15 05:29
#87
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Denmark Notallama 
0/8
2020-02-15 16:12
cry is free amante de bandido
2020-02-15 16:35
#105
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Denmark Notallama 
reported
2020-02-15 16:53
reported for reported
2020-02-15 16:54
+1
2020-02-15 19:55
#3
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Finland SeaSexAndSunny 
After Trump got elected C9 won the Boston major... same story in Rio???
2020-02-15 04:42
#5
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Brazil ;---) 
nah, mibr sucks nowadays
2020-02-15 04:43
#6
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Finland SeaSexAndSunny 
They are saving energy and tactics for the major dw
2020-02-15 04:44
#7
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Brazil ;---) 
not enough firepower in the squad, if mibr wants an elite team again cold need to come back and kscerato need to leave furia
2020-02-15 04:45
#94
fnx | 
Brazil __Jun 
Ez major for Faze
2020-02-15 16:34
wtf! expected from the smartest human in finland!
2020-02-15 19:56
Expected from the nicest human in Brazil!
2020-02-15 20:03
#8
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Brazil zeraSK 
20k lives saved G.O.A.T
2020-02-15 04:46
drop in homicides seems impressive stock market has nothing to do with the president, only people that don't understand economics think that. foreign investment is generally good too jobs created is also unlikely something he deserves credit for
2020-02-15 04:52
#13
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Oceania Rusuli 
You're wrong about the stock market, there's a clear link between investment dollars (this includes buying stocks) and the government in charge.
2020-02-15 05:04
What link?
2020-02-15 05:26
#29
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Oceania Rusuli 
Buyers change their investment habits based on expected regulation. This is obvious. You can clearly see the trends when ideology changes.
2020-02-15 06:31
Depends on the change. More investments is not a good thing if it means destroying your countrys ecosystems for short term profits. Thats economically stupid and foreign investors only think about their money, not you.
2020-02-16 00:32
#145
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Oceania Rusuli 
Yep, it's not necessarily a good thing. But generally it at least means more jobs / stable jobs.
2020-02-16 03:20
stock market is more influenced by global trends
2020-02-15 05:27
#30
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Oceania Rusuli 
#29
2020-02-15 06:31
yeah but global trends are still far more important/impactful. most stock market are all correlated.
2020-02-15 14:23
#45
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Oceania Rusuli 
Global trends may be more important, but they are also usually far weaker in magnitude. It is obvious what the global trend is at a particular time, and therefore it is easy to see the stock market value impact of a change in regime.
2020-02-15 14:42
I disagree, most stock markets are correlated. e.g. this compares ibov vs sp500 and msci world for the last 12 months: ibb.co/mG4fZh7 plus there are still a ton of other factors to consider, e.g. doesn't the brazilian economy heavily depends on commodity prices? you could make an argument that the moment some change is announced the reaction of the stock market shows the impact, at least that's how it's done in a lot of research but simply looking at an index giving all the credit for that to the current president makes no sense.
2020-02-15 14:51
#47
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Oceania Rusuli 
You don't disagree, you just don't want to give any credit to politicians you dislike.
2020-02-15 14:52
projection much, I just presented you data that shows that you are wrong and now you are crying because it doesn't fit your political narrative, literally no arguments.
2020-02-15 15:00
#54
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Oceania Rusuli 
You presented nothing that shows I'm wrong - we both identify that trends are in fact defined by their universality. This is an absolute. My "argument" was accepted by you in your previous statement, then you followed such acceptance with "giving all the credit for that to the current president makes no sense". Which is both a truism and not something anyone was ever claiming.
2020-02-15 15:14
> not something anyone was ever claiming. this whole thread is about "BOLSONARO GOAT" because "stock market breaks record". giving a president credit for the overall performance of the stock market makes no sense. brazil didn't even outperform the global stock market in the past 12 months.
2020-02-15 15:19
#60
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Oceania Rusuli 
"Brazil didn't outperform the global stock market" but "Brazil breaks stock record" and -rest of world, no record broken- PICK ONE.
2020-02-15 15:21
lol every time you don't have any arguments you just cry. this chart clearly shows that brazilian stocks markets just followed the global trend in the last year: ibb.co/mG4fZh7
2020-02-15 15:34
#77
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Oceania Rusuli 
Impossible given the facts, and also I don't click short links. Have a nice day
2020-02-15 15:56
more like you looked at it, realized that you got rekt because it's literally a bloomberg chart and now you are crying lol
2020-02-15 16:02
#107
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Oceania Rusuli 
0/8
2020-02-15 17:03
cry more
2020-02-15 17:06
#112
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Oceania Rusuli 
0/8
2020-02-15 17:07
so mad lol
2020-02-15 17:07
#114
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Oceania Rusuli 
0/8 also notifications LUL
2020-02-15 17:07
reeeeeeeeeee
2020-02-15 17:08
Dude, in a liberal state like Switzerland or USA the government already have done their job, so the stock market is way more sensitivity to global economics. Brazil is becoming more deregulated and a liberal State slowly, these atract risk investments that were waiting for this government attitudes. Then you could spectate for a good humor in the investors. Still every stock market in the world is more or less sensitivity to global economics.
2020-02-15 15:05
Not sure what you are trying to say but if anything the Brazilian stock market is more volatile. Investing in Brazil is considered more risky than in Western countries, so the market goes up more during global booms and drops harder during recessions. Anyway, how is this relevant?
2020-02-15 15:13
Stock market = investors expectatives Not more, not less. As western countries are already a solid economy, the domestic investors base their expectatives in other variables (like global economic). Nowadays domestic brazilian investors are basing their expectatives way more on government deregulation and improve of national economy than global reasons.
2020-02-15 15:24
again, this chart shows the exact opposite: ibb.co/mG4fZh7
2020-02-15 15:28
This graph only tells the global stock market is growing as a whole in the long term, but Ibovespa doesnt necessarily reacts equal in the waves.
2020-02-15 15:43
yes, but again, how it that relevant? not trying to be an ass but I honestly don't understand what you are trying to say. Brazilian stock market has a higher volatility because it's a less established market but overall it follow global trends.
2020-02-15 15:45
You cant accept that a government decision influences the local stock market more than global stock market. In the long term you are right, but in day trade everything a politician says or do here bomb the Ibovespa index. And OF COURSE a tragedy or a good thing in global influences day trade either.
2020-02-15 16:06
#63
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
Hes trying to say brazil is way too regulated and protectionist. You cant even say its a capitalist country. And since brazil is far less open to the global market than the swiss, US and EU, global trends means less when we are talking about this country. And what Bolsonaro is trying to do is to put and end in the brazilian recession by adopting liberalist ideas in his govt. @edit use this as a complementation of comment #62
2020-02-15 15:27
he might be right about brazil being more regulated/protectionist but their stock market is still largely following global trends. brazil isn't a closed economy, not even close. look at this: macrotrends.net/countries/BRA/brazil/tra.. their gdp heavily depends on international trade
2020-02-15 15:31
#73
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
I didnt say its closed. I said its not as open as the capitalist western countries. Your chart stops at 2018, before Bolsonaro was in charge. Its useless for the conversation.
2020-02-15 15:47
> its not as open as the capitalist western countries. Then why does the US have almost identical numbers? it was even lower than brazil for 2018 macrotrends.net/countries/USA/united-sta.. also the debate was about bolsonaro being responsible for the stock market performance, but it's not true, it's just a global trend: ibb.co/mG4fZh7
2020-02-15 15:59
#88
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
Now compare to France, UK, Swistzerland and the other western countries. US have a really huge domestic market, which could explain why they are the exception. Why would you import something that you already have? But Brazil doesnt have that, and most of this number comes from the commodities exports, from one single area of a whole spectrum. Also, brazil is really positive in the export/import balance, while US is really negative. It means Brazil doesnt buy much. They just sells commodities. Now back to your graphic. You cut just a piece of a lot of information. I had to look it for a while to understand whats going on and yet im not really sure. Is that a mostly 2019 graphic? If so i already have one point here. But bring me a a more complete one. Starting from 2014.
2020-02-15 16:16
comparing brazil to switzerland makes no sense as switzerland is a very small, landlocked country. also you are missing the point, brazil's economy obviously isn't the same as western countries but it's still an open economy that is heavily affected by global trends. it's comparable to the US in terms of how open it is. > I had to look it for a while to understand whats going on and yet im not really sure. Is that a mostly 2019 graphic? it's the last 12 months. bolsonaro became president a year ago. OP claims that he is responsible for the stock market but the chart shows that brazil stock market just followed the same path as the S&P500 (US stocks) and MSCI World (global stocks).
2020-02-15 16:31
#98
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
I already debunked your weak argument of Brazil being as open as US. Its really dumb and naive to use one statistic to state that. Wont you give me the statistics before Bolsonaro was the president? How can you say that someone is the gamechanger if you dont provide the after and before?
2020-02-15 16:36
you didn't debunk anything. you are just crying because your argument makes no sense. also OP is the one that claimed bolsonaro was responsible for the stock market and never showed any evidence for that. please provide data that demonstrates that bolsonaro is responsible for the stock market performance despite it following a global trend. you know you can't.
2020-02-15 16:40
#103
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
You still didnt provide me the statistics i asked you, aka the complete statistics you were using to prove your point.
2020-02-15 16:45
> YYou still didnt provide me the statistics i asked you, ???? are you trolling why would I have to provide you statistics? if you make an argument but can't back it up then that's your fault. also I don't even understand what your argument is.
2020-02-15 17:06
#116
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Korea minixeta 
I asked for your statistics, the one you gave me just a screenshot of ibovespa compared to other indexes. I could still make a point using only the march2019 stats, but still that sample is simply too small to make a solid point. Actually, that sample is too small to do anything with it, including backing up your point. Thats pretty much what those politician assholes do all the time. Take things out of contexts and make a true lie out of it. Which makes you pathetic. But you seem to want to win an argument rather than find the truth of whats really going on. Which makes you way more pathetic. As people already stated here, those things really do follow the global trend, as the global trend is pretty much the cap for it. But the government also have a huge role in that, the govt is the threshold of the potential of following the trend. What the govt do does affect the market value of all the companies of its territory, since it will affect the growth and health of those companies. And thats the point the dudes trying to tell you. As you can see by the statistics you provided. The market was hyped because Bolsonaro, a pro-market guy, was going to be the president. Before he even got to rule, IBOV was already getting really high. When he finally got into Brasilia, his first project was a controversial but a needed one. He was about to reform pension rules. Since it was considered a career suicide move, the congress refused to aprove it and kept delaying it and making changes. The market doubted Bolsonaro's capacity of doing the so needed changes and happened what your statistics shows in march. imgur.com/zLdogeY
2020-02-15 17:47
the data is from bloomberg, it even says so on the screenshot and it's literally the most famous financial data company and those type of data is freely available on their website. also, again, brazilian markets didn't outperform global trends under Bolsonaro. they actually did outperform under his predecessor so.
2020-02-15 17:55
Brazilian stock market growth has absolutely nothing to do with foreign investments, or even with global trends (of course it does follows the trend but, as #116 showed, it is more than evident that, since Bolsonaro’s election, ibovespa started growing at a much faster pace than elsewhere). On the contrary, foreign investors have been withdrawing their assets since 2018. prntscr.com/r2xngu What is happening here is that Brazil used to have one of the highest interest rates in the whole world, but since late 2017 the government started cutting it like crazy. Meaning that people who used to invest in government bonds at around 14%/year, were forced to seek for new opportunities with good return rates. Down here, the only place that can offer such thing is the stock market. Selic: prntscr.com/r2xnqd Ibovespa investors: prntscr.com/r2xn4x Also, as the unemployment rate was really high, lots of people who lost their jobs started operating in the stock market as day traders. FDI is mostly coming through a massive privatization program performed by Bolsonaro’s government, who seeks to get rid of most state-run companies within the next few years. Jobs creation is also strongly correlated with lower interest rates, as businesspeople can get money way cheaper to inves, creating new jobs or starting new business. With the devaluation of the BRL, the demand for local products tends to grow as they become more competitive against foreign made ones (boosting non commodities exports as well).
2020-02-16 03:42
We have 1.5% of the global exportations/importations. Thats not an open economy. Also Europe is bitching to open their market to brazilian products.
2020-02-15 15:58
you are wrong, US and Brazil gdp depend equally on trade: macrotrends.net/countries/BRA/brazil/tra.. macrotrends.net/countries/USA/united-sta..
2020-02-15 16:00
So you have a chart that only compares to similar countries? As you like this page, look at the trade balance macrotrends.net/countries/BRA/brazil/tra..
2020-02-15 16:20
how is the trade balance relevant? e.g. the US has a negative trade balance: macrotrends.net/countries/USA/united-sta.. brazil isn't a closed economy, it depends on trade just as much as the US
2020-02-15 16:33
Its not. Just for you to see that something is irrelevant out of the context. Brazil GDP may be 1/3 based on international transactions. But also true that Brazil only has 1.5% of the global market share of these transactions. Almost all transactions with China/USA, Latin America. So Brazil could be way more open to global markets, but its lacking lobby at WTO.
2020-02-15 16:56
okay I actually agree with all of that but how is that relevant for the discussion? brazilian stock markets have followed the global trend in the last 12 months. what you are talking about is a long term trend that takes decades. look at the data again, from the mid 70s to the 90s trade used to be 15-20% of gdp, then around 2000 it jumped to 25-30% and hasn't changed much. also it's not like having a high trade ratio is necessarily good, as you can see the US is on similar levels as Brazil. Small countries like Switzerland are far higher but it's because Switzerland is a small market and just 8 million people while brazil has over 200 million.
2020-02-15 17:03
#27
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET: do u really think that some foreigner would like to invest money in a country where is difficult to undertake? Nowadays, brazil is one of the worst countries to undertake (109th) and bolsonaro is changing this...
2020-02-15 05:54
that might be true but stock markets mainly depend on global trends. e.g. nobody is in charge of commodity prices and if there is global recession then all stock markets fall. that's the whole point of capitalism, markets are free. it's pretty weird to see right winger claim that the government is in charge of the economy, that's usually something socialists want.
2020-02-15 14:26
#53
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Brazil JMB_17 
they don't "mainly" depend at all. Maybe that's the case with big economic powers like the USA, but with smaller economies such as Brazil, the local politics have a much larger influence
2020-02-15 15:13
this charts shows the exactly opposite of what you are saying: ibb.co/mG4fZh7
2020-02-15 15:14
That's only true for countries that are already considered safe to invest. Brazil suffers from the S&P credit rating, which changes a lot the amount of investment being injected to the country. Of course there is a correlation, but look at Dow Jones x Ibovespa and you'll see how Dilma's government with all the price manipulation made the IBOV drop drastically (and independent from Dow Jones). After she was impeached (2016) Ibov starts to grow again. Now we are facing all the drop in the stock market due to China's corona virus, plus the US raised taxes to import food from Brazil, yet, we got record high numbers in the ibov. One more thing. I worked as a stock analyst. Global things do have a correlation with stock market, but government and new politics has a way bigger influence.
2020-02-15 20:09
I have already posted this like 20 times here but, again, this chart shows that brazilian markets didn't do better under bolsonaro than global markets: ibb.co/mG4fZh7 Also if you look at the five year chart brazil actually outperforms, so if anything the market were better under his predecessors. e.g. this: finance.yahoo.com/quote/%5EBVSP/chart?p=.. either way, the president isn't in charge of the stock market prices.
2020-02-15 20:37
And if you pay attention, I said ibov starts growing in 2016, not with bolsonaro. I'm calling your "stock market has nothing to do with the president" a huge bullshit, not saying Bolsonaro did anything great. He only continued the more liberalist politics the same way Temer did.
2020-02-16 00:50
#147
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
u just reinforced my argument. cuz the elections here happens at octuber 7-28, right? so when the results came out, it was exactly when the ibovespa started to grow a lot. And b4 that bolsonaro already had a high chance of winning. cuz he was promessing free market,etc
2020-02-16 16:12
0 IQ, how many times do I have to post the same chart again? ibov didn't outperform under bolsonaro, which is worse than how it was under his predecessors here look at it again: ibb.co/mG4fZh7 now go cry
2020-02-16 16:14
#149
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
i could agree with u but. Why do u think that ibovespa was growing less than the others b4 bolsonaro get elected, but exactly on october 28 (the day that bolsonaro was elected) ibovespa had a "leap" about to the others stocks and has remained so until today. prnt.sc/r345ul now gonna cry, cuz cry is free
2020-02-16 16:52
the government controlling the economy via picking winning and losing oligarchs is The hallmark of fascism. It is the whole point of the populism, the whole point of 'we vs other', to convince people to empower the government to pick winners and losers in the economy. It is no suprise that populism and isolationism lift their heads as new energy and telecommunication technology threaten the current oligarchs
2020-02-15 20:16
no rain forest goat
2020-02-15 04:53
#31
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Germany eXiownaGe 
2020-02-15 06:58
#14
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Brazil Negrinhu 
LMAO flexing with Sergio Moro and Paulo Guedes' achievements Now try to flex with education rankings :P
2020-02-15 05:12
Without Bolsonaro there would be no moro nor Paulo Guedes But I don't like Bolsonaro too, he promised me guns where are my guns REEEEE
2020-02-15 05:16
#23
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Brazil Negrinhu 
just print one
2020-02-15 05:36
#132
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Brazil edgy_man 
what paulo guedes achievements ? dolar 4,30 nt. and sergio mouro only achievement on bolsonaro goverment is protecting flavio bolsonaro from going to jail and preventing an invertigation against his shady ass family.
2020-02-15 20:10
imagine thinking that
2020-02-15 05:15
#18
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Brazil JustSadness 
At this point any bolsominion is just a meme
2020-02-15 05:23
Why do you hate the guy so much? If he's improving your country, he deserves some credit. I mean, it can't be any worse than a literal commie.
2020-02-15 05:38
The Left in Brazil is a cult, they'll support even convicted criminals as long as they are commies
2020-02-15 08:20
#57
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Brazil JMB_17 
He's just a leftist, dude. Can't see that the country is getting better in every single way, and when he sees it he can't give credit to the government. "any bolsominion is just a meme" when bolsonaro's popularity is just getting higher and higher and he would crush any opposition in the next election. Leftists are a meme here in Brazil
2020-02-15 15:16
#122
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Ethiopia sexiestuser 
"bolsonaro is literally hitler lets have convicted criminals in charge of our country"
2020-02-15 19:05
Yes, Bolsonaro is the Goat. The Baphomet Goat.
2020-02-15 05:28
#32
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Brazil ;---) 
bolsomet
2020-02-15 07:45
#25
MeDveDeV | 
Brazil ricca 
still high asfk 😪
2020-02-15 05:40
#28
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Netherlands toothpaste 
does he make goats milk
2020-02-15 06:04
#33
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Australia csRIOTgo 
btw, what are brazillian girls like? do they still have feminine and family value or are they the same as western girls nowadays?
2020-02-15 07:46
No, trashy from top to bottom
2020-02-15 08:21
#74
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Brazil PierreGabriel 
20% normal girls, the rest are dumb bitches
2020-02-15 15:48
It's mixed, but the western culture is really strong here.
2020-02-15 20:11
#140
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Australia csRIOTgo 
so Brazilian friends, if you still want to find the traditional wives, which country would you go to in Latin America?
2020-02-16 00:25
#142
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Liechtenstein Over088 
You can try your luck in Brazil(too risky),but I would recommend Argentineans and Chileans girls the odds of finding a fine girl are still low but not as Brazil
2020-02-16 00:41
#34
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Brazil hdqnew 
Nuke favela + kill all leftist = Brazil first world country
2020-02-15 08:05
lol
2020-02-15 08:07
#136
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Brazil Allistar 
Reported
2020-02-15 20:20
#36
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Brazil beelaaw 
USD at 4,30 BRL, and dont come with this fallacy "dolar in high is good for the export industries", the corrency is the main indicator of any economy
2020-02-15 08:10
Low IQ, we're a commodities country and we're making more money than ever.
2020-02-15 08:22
Low IQ spotted
2020-02-15 16:39
#144
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Brazil beelaaw 
Low IQ, hahahah, if we're commodities country we need to import everything, the price of any suplies is in USD, if we devalue our currency both of us will be more poor, think a little before coming to say bullshit, this is only a good cenario if u are rural producer for exemple, this sector dont generate a many jobs and dont create wealth. NT bolsominion, keep believing in political hahahhahaha
2020-02-16 02:37
good i want to visit rio carnaval please welcome me good
2020-02-15 14:25
You will be super welcome here my friend Come to Brazil
2020-02-15 15:10
#131
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Brazil edgy_man 
yeah just like this italian tourist that got murdered and his girlfriend raped g1.globo.com/rj/sul-do-rio-costa-verde/n..
2020-02-15 20:07
carnaval is haram brother stay true to the one true faith
2020-02-15 16:40
#42
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Portugal jojoestrela07 
bolsobode
2020-02-15 14:26
#59
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Brazil JMB_17 
I don't get it how the entire Portuguese population is leftist like can't you see that 2 decades of leftist government isn't taking you anywhere and you're irrelevant to the rest of the world and your economy is trash? And every single prime minister you have does literally the same thing, which is nothing?
2020-02-15 15:19
#76
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Portugal jojoestrela07 
what are on about lol portugal is irrelevant since the 1900 portugal economy is better than 10 years ago
2020-02-15 15:54
A real solution: Get rid of (if u know what I mean [nuke]) slum areas and its people and start educating people who still haven't gone full criminal
2020-02-15 14:29
We already tried to destroy drugland in São Paulo. It didn't work actually g1.globo.com/sao-paulo/noticia/pm-lanca-..
2020-02-15 15:09
War on drugs should be ended by decriminalizing/legalizing drugs, we're NEVER going to get rid of them drugs. Harry Anslinger started it with completely racist motives so it's not like the drugs were the problem anyways.
2020-02-15 15:23
#66
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
So, considering that who makes dealing drugs worth for the gangs are the people outside the favelas, destroying those favelas will just bring the gangs down to the city.
2020-02-15 15:32
Which also means closer to police
2020-02-15 15:38
#75
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
Most favelas have a DP inside from the Olympics and WC campaing, yet it didnt fix the problem nor lowered it. And the brazilian police is very inefficient and corrupt.
2020-02-15 15:53
#70
kNgV- | 
Brazil Soulsix 
Most of what you showed has no correlation with bolsonaro. He didnt do anything to justify the drop in criminal ratings for example.
2020-02-15 15:43
#99
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Brazil jacksfurions 
he did the "decreto das armas" that let us buy personal weapons, in what brasil do u live?
2020-02-15 16:39
#139
kNgV- | 
Brazil Soulsix 
So that's explain the drop in criminal ratings? Do not assume anything, you gotta give me a reasonable explanation.
2020-02-15 22:07
#78
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Finland jUPPE! 
This happens when you put a rightist as president. Everything gets better.
2020-02-15 15:57
41k homicides for 210 millions inhabitants isn't bad
2020-02-15 15:58
LOL
2020-02-15 16:09
#124
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Brazil ;---) 
at one point we had 63k homicides LUL, shithole country
2020-02-15 19:43
Thank you Bolsonaro, very kool!
2020-02-15 16:33
1 dolar = 4.40 R$btw
2020-02-15 16:36
#125
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Brazil ;---) 
tbh the dolar flutuation is much more due to the external factors than internal factors
2020-02-15 19:46
#130
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Brazil edgy_man 
my eggs, every time the members of the governments gives clues that they are clueless on how to manage a country the dolar rises.
2020-02-15 20:05
#97
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Europe JuliusCaesar 
Now tell us about crime rate in Brazil and why police is just as useful as panties on whore's ass.
2020-02-15 16:36
#138
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Brazil hdqnew 
actually panties are useful on whore's cuz they have to trick their parents and family
2020-02-15 20:50
Br brain OMEGALUL
2020-02-15 17:05
itachi sensei
2020-02-15 20:02
#119
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Brazil Guadachuva 
ty mr. Bolsomito!
2020-02-15 18:41
I made a lot of threads on their reforms, Guedes is just a god. Stock market aint shit tho but i hope we get the tributary reform this year.
2020-02-16 16:53
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