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Sweden 1stWorldMuslim 
in corona cases. Very sad mens(
2020-05-26 02:26
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if you believe in mainstream media... lmao.
2020-05-26 02:27
So they're wrong? That's interesting, what is the truth?
2020-05-26 04:59
#37
EliGE | 
North America Beecs 
Everyone knows china is clearly lying about their numbers
2020-05-26 05:02
#56
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Brazil PrestusHood 
china 0 major thats why they created corona tyLUL cant win shit
2020-05-26 07:31
The truth is that we don't even test so studies show our cases are like 8 times higher and that's being generous. This fucking moron is part of a considerably large group of bolsonaro supporters who actually believe that media is making numbers up to destroy the president's reputation. Funny thing is, the media gets the numbers from the federal government's own ministry of health.
2020-05-26 05:10
+111111111111 sad
2020-05-26 05:38
#50
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Brazil Kly(u) 
+1
2020-05-26 06:01
That was roughly my understanding, I hope conditions improve. Much love from California.
2020-05-26 08:16
<333
2020-05-27 10:02
That is very sad mens, I am praying for you guys
2020-05-26 11:11
+1
2020-05-26 16:48
#74
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Brazil LucasLeal 
This is Sad, man :( Bolsonaro dont have voters he has blind Fanbase.
2020-05-26 16:58
#93
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Iceland I_LIKE_FLAGS 
sad... get rid of this bolsonaro guy!
2020-05-26 19:55
but, every country has a degree of sub notification, they know that already. experts even account that. brazil's numbers are legit. as legit as any other. even more legit than some... bolsonaro suporters are no different than Lula supporters. far right, far left and all so alike. disgusting.
2020-05-26 23:59
#130
fnx | 
Brazil otvcs 
+100000000000000000
2020-05-27 01:36
no they are right you idiot
2020-05-26 07:40
I believe the official numbers for Brazil aren't being lied about, I was asking him about it because it seemed that he knew otherwise. He hasn't responded though, so I guess he doesn't.
2020-05-26 08:15
Yes, they are lying, Brazil is actually #1!!!!! Actually you shouldn't even talk to this guy, he's one of the president supporters, he has lost sense of reality long ago, nearly 25k people dead he still thinks this illness isn't serious.
2020-05-26 15:04
Unfortunately people like that exist all over the place. Lots in California are not taking it seriously and it's far worse in other parts of the USA. I just wanted to see if he had any reasoning for his beliefs.
2020-05-26 20:49
Yes they are! WE ARE NUMBA WAN!
2020-05-27 03:23
Delusional
2020-05-26 05:47
hahahaha you dumb idiot
2020-05-26 16:49
#72
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Brazil marconds 
clear example of brazilian population, most believe in a left conspiracy ... most likely that this brazillian is a teenager
2020-05-26 16:49
#121
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Brazil sakaaa 
Not most. Don't generalize
2020-05-27 00:32
Sadly, it's probably the most. I hope this situation can open their eyes for the next elections
2020-05-27 01:05
#91
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Japan MIDU 
no
2020-05-26 19:45
seriously, here in Brazil many people do not believe in the media and prefer the fanaticism proposed by the president, just like the EUA. It's sad how unequal Brazil is. that's not joke, not funny...
2020-05-26 23:36
globo
2020-05-27 03:48
#2
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Russia Mahone_322 
fak :( we used to be top2
2020-05-26 02:27
Jame time right now
2020-05-26 02:45
#55
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Russia nobody_cars 
ye plato has been reached axaxaxax
2020-05-26 07:11
feelsbadman
2020-05-26 15:04
USA NUMBA 1 HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY WORLD
2020-05-26 02:28
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Brazil tond2 
Just because we have Jair Messias Bolsonaro as President.
2020-05-26 02:28
please enlight me with your great wisdom, how exactly Bolsonaro is responsible for this? People don't respect lockdown because Bolsonaro said? Although the media and specialists are telling every single day to people stay home, they rather go outside because one man said so? Or is it because they NEED to go outside to work and survive?
2020-05-26 02:36
Hiring science-deniers to his most important ministries, maybe? Denying himself the magnitude of the crisis up until now and influencing his herd of sheep-like followers to breach quarantine? Also, what do you believe in, if not in "mainstream midia"? I'd like to know your great wisdom.
2020-05-26 02:47
so you really think a president's public opinion doesn't influence thousands of people? nice great wisdom you got there
2020-05-26 02:49
I'm pretty sure most people who wanted to/wanna get back to their normal lives are only doing that out of necessity; not because a politician have "encouraged" them to.
2020-05-26 03:58
True. But his policies greatly influence larger business owners, who could at least make an effort to keep people employed while they took care of themselves. And a centralized federal government response and coronavirus task force bringing an would've greatly helped with finding proper solutions to the economy/lives debacle. It was always gonna be tough due to our reality, but we had a huge head start to minimize the damage and bolsonaro's incompetence made sure we got the worst of it. even worse still, he's too much of a pussy to take any responsability
2020-05-26 05:14
"His policies greatly influence larger business owners...". - Which policies are you referring to? "...who could at least make an effort to keep people employed while they took care of themselves". - It's not up for any government to decide whether or not an employee should 'remain employed' for the simple fact that private wealth is at stake. Changing the law with immediate effect -- proposing the reduction of working hours and allowing salary cuts, for instance -- as a way to make business owners who were already struggling to avoid bankruptcy somehow postpone those mass layoffs was the only feasible measure to be taken. This is why the MP 927 was created, yet there's no stopping the economical damage that's occurring now. We were doomed from the start. "A centralized federal government response and coronavirus task force bringing an would've greatly helped with finding proper solutions to the economy/lives debacle." - Easier said than done. What would you seriously suggest as a hypothetical centralized solution? Forcing lockdown rules upon society to decelerate the dissemination? That's already been tried. Giving away vouchers in order to secure dignity to those who either lost their jobs or survive under suboptimal conditions? That's already been tried. Testing critically ill patients with a cocktail of questionable drugs since they have no time to waste? That's already been tried. I promise not to make fun of you... "It was always gonna be tough due to our reality, but we had a huge head start to minimize the damage and bolsonaro's incompetence made sure we got the worst of it. even worse still, he's too much of a pussy to take any responsability". - I don't wanna play devil's advocate here, but ironically enough Bolsonaro sanctioned a quarentine law with a myriad of rules aiming to fight back COVID-19 still in february while others would just shrug it off and 'scientifically argue' that Brazil had nothing to worry about since the virus couldn't stand the tropical weather. Plus, many governors and mayors from north to south refused to abide by his demands and hitherto followed each and every WHO guideline, including Joao Doria whose state is currently South America's epicenter of this pandemic, and the number of casualties is supposedly sky rocketing as we speak. Do you honestly think he is the one to blame for what's happening regardless?
2020-05-26 19:26
#85
fer | 
Brazil arthuro 
I only read your last phrase and yes
2020-05-26 19:29
I notice that you don't like reading indeed.
2020-05-26 19:47
hm so you are a typical brazilian retard, doesn't bother to read anything and yet thinks you're totally right and everybody else is wrong.
2020-05-26 22:32
forcing lockdown rules has already been tried since when? we had soft ass lockdown rules since pretty much the beginning in são paulo lmao. Doria wants to be andrew cuomo but his messages come off as weak and even those who agree with his policies understand he's just doing it out of opportunism not a single scientist supported the idea that the virus couldn't handle tropical weather, that's probably donald trump you're talking about honestly, it's a fair argument that a lot of people need to go to work out of necessity because we can't afford to keep the majority of our population at home, but you're crazy if you think bolsonaro's blatantly deliberate blindness to the disease isn't getting a lot of people needlessly killed right now I mean, a fucking national broadcast calling it a harmless flu and saying we all should get back to work? Rolling around in a jetski with his lobbyist friends saying there's nothing he can do? While 60 million people elected him to be a leader in a time of crisis? Admit it, you're just rationalizing whatever you want to believe at this point
2020-05-26 19:45
"Forcing lockdown rules has already been tried since when? we had soft ass lockdown rules since pretty much the beginning in são paulo lmao. Doria wants to be andrew cuomo but his messages come off as weak and even those who agree with his policies understand he's just doing it out of opportunism". - It's kinda scary how you don't believe that 'true' lockdown rules have been implemented in Sao Paulo yet, despite all the evidences contradicting this (jogging citizens being arrested, stores having their entrances welded, businesses of all sizes furloughing/firing workers mostly due to the fact that they can neither produce nor make any profit and so on); and then you finish up your thought by saying that the reason Doria's state has lost control of the situation is because his lockdown measures just weren't harsh enough while completely ignoring the economic impacts those are already causing to people. I'm actually glad that you're not Doria now. "Not a single scientist supported the idea that the virus couldn't handle tropical weather, that's probably donald trump you're talking about". - Oh, really? youtube.com/watch?v=jbz41yGfdys (and by the way, don't get me started on WHO's guidelines who have also proven to be deadly wrong over time). "Honestly, it's a FAIR ARGUMENT that a lot of people NEED to go to work out of necessity because we CAN'T AFFORD to keep the MAJORITY of our population at home, but you're crazy if you think bolsonaro's blatantly deliberate blindness to the disease isn't getting a lot of people needlessly killed right now". - All BS aside, is Bolsonaro a 'mass murderer' just for not wanting the state to act as a hindrance for those in need acknowledging the selfsame fact that it cannot afford to lock everyone up, even though we'd still be free not to go out and take care of ourselves in case we don't want to...? Don't you think this is sheer intellectual dishonesty on your part? "I mean, a fucking national broadcast calling it a harmless flu and saying we all should get back to work?". - Just as WHO did, but let's stick to the escape goat. "Rolling around in a jetski with his lobbyist friends saying there's nothing he can do? While 60 million people elected him to be a leader in a time of crisis?". - LOL. This gish galloping tho... "Admit it, you're just rationalizing whatever you want to believe at this point". - What happens here is exactly the opposite. I've fairly attacked all your points, brought you mine and as a response all you did so far was make it clear that the only thing you know about reality is Bolsonaro is 'always in the wrong, no matter what'. You should be the one admitting that you can't help but get carried away by the media's uproar. Come back when you have something substantial to say.
2020-05-26 23:30
please stop quoting my shit to sound smarter as it only makes your posts go insanely big ty No idea where do you live but honestly, there's plenty of businesses open throughout SP and people strolling without a mask throughout the street. You and most other pro-bolsonaro groups are making it sound like it's a 1984 dystopia going on or something lmao. My whole point about the quarantine needing to be harsher was for an early aggressive response so the crisis could be over as fast as possible, not a disjointed chaotic quarantine where people go out as they please (never heard of a single jogger being arrested, honestly. If that's happened to anyone then they're pretty much one in a million.) Okay, so the big brother infectologist dude said we should probably not worry too much as the virus spreads easier in colder temperatures... so you're saying "Bolsonaro saw the danger where Science didn't" because he "sanctioned a law" whilst big brother dude said hot temperature good? And I'm intellectually dishonest? I honestly don't understand why you're bringing WHO into this lmao. You know social distancing is the one guideline that has proven to be effective. You know every other country except us and the U.S. made it work, even ones that are a lot poorer. Not wanting the state to act as hindrance for those who need to work? LOL he's clearly just obeying his establishment friends m8. It's a public health crisis, individual needs are irrelevant when millions of lives are at stake and he knows it. That's just the best argument they could find. I don't see anti-lockdown protesters being poor people who need to eat nor do I see dudes in yellow shirts looking for work in essential services, wonder why? And going parallel to the subject but don't get me started on the corruption and militias of the government you apparently want to defend. And yes you're quoting my arguments but yours don't really make any sense other than desperately trying to blame anything other than bolsonaro's incompetence. Constantly addressing anti-lockdown rallies instead of warning people about what should be done, being cynical and undermining the biggest public health crisis in 100 years while ALL the mathematical models showed that no social distancing could lead to millions of deaths even months ago and somehow we're all just blaming him because of the media? lol ok Pretty sure this is just going to go in loopholes so yeah have a good one but there's an interesting article about it on the FT if you feel interested outline.com/hCTJkW Hope the financial times isn't too communist for you as well
2020-05-27 03:21
- In all modesty, I like quoting my opponents' positions in their entirety because I always want everybody to see twice how absurd people's thoughts can be just before breaking 'em down, but it's alright. Gotta do it differently for ya. - Such empirical observation is hilariously tantamount to a bunch of weed smoking vandals telling us it is okay to get high in public because they've never got caught. Having people unabashedly ignoring authorities' 'recommendations' here and there doesn't make it less of a crime, and treating poor workers as criminals whereas inmates charged with real, violent crimes are freed from prison is ridiculous. If these juxtapositions of morality don't bother you, I'm afraid that nothing will. In regard to the orwellian oeuvre -- which I didn't even mention, by the way --, maybe, just maybe some build correlations because of the governors attempting to monitor citizens through their cellphones 'for the wellbeing of all' (bbc.com/portuguese/brasil-52154128 - thankfully it didn't work), or because the biggest social media platforms started deliberately witch-hunting whoever challenges the WHO without a second thought (reason.com/2020/04/20/facebook-coronavir.. bbc.com/news/technology-51961619),https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-51961619), or because we're all being forced to wear masks that neither protect us from getting infected nor is any helpful to slow down the dissemination (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7153751..https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7153751/). But I'm not sure. You tell me... - Not even China responded aggressively in the early days (apart from 'aggressively' silencing those who kinda knew what was about to happen all those months ago and 'aggressively' accusing foreigners of xenophobia for wanting to take significant action towards the virus) until the Wuhan outbreak reached international headlines, and the WHO blindly attested to that. As to you not being aware of people handcuffed for stepping outside, this might be the result of you only absorbing conjectures throughout life. (Before I reply to the next paragraphs, I'm sincerely sorry you're functionally illiterate. In hindsight, I should've realized that earlier but you sounded so verbose and irritated until this moment, I couldn't tell. Now, moving on...) - What I said was 'ordinary people were once unironically led to believe Brazil's summer weather could possibly get rid of COVID-19 alone' and 'Bolsonaro gave birth to a quarantine law during nearly the same period of time in case the worst happened later on' as a direct response to your meltdown. What you understood was 'Bolsonaro is above science', so yes. You are intellectually dishonest. Plus, you've been trying so hard to have it every which way that you even invoked George Orwell to straw man me. How low you have sunk. - Aw yes! YES! Why the hell am I bringing the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION into a CORONAVIRUS-RELATED DISCUSSION at all? It's not as if this international body whose role is to advise the globe on handling health crisis has killed hundreds of thousands by carelessly echoing China's messages in the first trimester of the year, without previous scrutiny of its own whatsoever, such as 'human-to-human transmissions can't happen I guess' and then 'apparently it can happen, but it's no big deal; no reason to panic, folks; IT'S A NEARLY HARMLESS FLU; just wash your hands, keep your room ventilated and y'all be fine', which was deemed a green light for big music concerts, church masses, football matches and other events like the carnival. Not even a chimpanzee needs to be told that social distancing is good to prevent viral diseases. And you're missing the point again if you continue focusing on the president and ignoring the people who also want the state to get out of the way so they can provide for their families 'cause the bills won't stop coming and they're desperate. (Pardon me for this. I couldn't resist.) "I don't see anti-lockdown protesters being poor people who need to eat nor do I see dudes in yellow shirts looking for work in essential services, wonder why?" - Because you're not omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent like a God? Stop using empirism to make sense of the world already. "And going parallel to the subject but don't get me started on the corruption and militias of the government you apparently want to defend." - Unlike you, I'm not much into conspiracy theories. "And yes you're quoting my arguments but yours don't really make any sense other than desperately trying to blame anything other than bolsonaro's incompetence." - Not my fault if your worldview isn't wider than mine. Besides, where did I spare him from any responsibility again? Oh... and don't forget to follow the context, of course. I called you intellectually dishonest for a reason. "Constantly addressing anti-lockdown rallies instead of warning people about what should be done, being cynical and undermining the biggest public health crisis in 100 years while ALL the mathematical models showed that no social distancing could lead to millions of deaths even months ago and somehow we're all just blaming him because of the media?" - More and more empty 'Pocket Man Bad' gish galloping and ANOTHER straw man. You're unstoppable. "Pretty sure this is just going to go in loopholes so yeah have a good one but there's an interesting article about it on the FT if you feel interested outline.com/hCTJkW. Hope the financial times isn't too communist for you as well". - Third straw man of yours (now about communism, ha-ha) and counting! First of all, if you had read the article (I know you didn't) and were a person of good faith (I know you're not), you would notice the text don't differ one bit from any of those we already read on UOL/Folha/Estadao/Terra et caterva except for the language used, so it's not an interesting one at all (your mongrel complex is showing). Secondly, Rachman's three only valid points were about the anti-lockdown rallies, the major controversy towards the hydroxychloroquine and the fact that Brazil is politically polarized like never before. I respect him for sort of seeing the obvious JUST LIKE ME also, as follows (because again, you didn't read it judging by the way you sound so I have to show you at least this part): "(...) But is it fair to blame Mr Bolsonaro? The president, who was sworn into office on January 1 2019, is obviously not responsible for the virus — nor for the poverty and overcrowding that make Covid-19 such a threat to the country. He has also not been able to prevent many of Brazil’s governors and mayors from imposing lockdowns in local areas. But by encouraging his followers to flout the lockdowns and undermining his own ministers, Mr. Bolsonaro is responsible for the chaotic response that has allowed the pandemic to get out of hand (...)". AFAIK, he hasn't formally encouraged anybody to fill the streets more than once, and that was in march. Get a load of this. Hopefully, HLTV won't ban me for another long post.
2020-05-28 04:43
Dude, there's PLENTY of people just ignoring quarantine. And I'm not talking about ppl going out of their houses to go to work. I'm talking about ppl going to beaches, drinking with their friends wherever they want. Yes, those people are idiots whoever is their President, but they're idiots that can ENDORSE their stupid opinions on the President's stupid opinions.
2020-05-26 05:28
Slum dwellers throw a party every week and I bet my house that they don't wanna have anything to do with Bolsonaro. Not everyone that overlooks Coronavirus "endorses" the president's views.
2020-05-27 00:18
#15
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Brazil LucasLeal 
He said: 11 cases in Brazil = "isso é uma Gripezinha"; (it is a little grip) 78 cases in Brazil = "Brasileiro pula no esgoto e não pega nada"; (Brazilian jumps into the sewer and nothing happens) 299 cases in Brazil = "A doença não é isso tudo que estão pintando"; ( the disease is not all that they are painting) 1.223 cases in Brazil = "Parece que está indo embora"; ( it looks like it's leaving) 2.575 cases in Brazil = "Não sou coveiro"; ( I'm not an undertaker) 5.017 cases in Brazil = "E daí? Sou messias mas nao faço milagres" 9.897 cases in Brazil = "Farei churrasco em casa"; ( I'll have a barbecue at home) over 10k dead's in Brazil = he went by jetski on lake paranoa is that a leader's stance in the face of an epidemic? He's a crazy denialist who fired ministers because they followed the guidance of scientists.
2020-05-26 02:51
you just destroyed him lol
2020-05-26 05:05
#59
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Germany Chockzz 
Sad!!
2020-05-26 07:54
lmao
2020-05-27 00:03
#18
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Brazil neTinh1 
A man who has influence over a good part of the population that follows him, including generating demonstrations, as if he still does not understand that he is the president of the country, who has influence in all internal and external politics. A person who insists on being a criminal in all his speeches, who now allies himself with the worst in our policy, the famous "centrão". So, yes, Jair Bolsonaro has his fair share of guilt.
2020-05-26 02:53
+11111111111
2020-05-26 05:40
+1
2020-05-26 16:50
refutado, jude
2020-05-26 02:55
#25
fer | 
Brazil arthuro 
did you know that he has the power to maintain people at home? do you really think every other country in the world solved corona by the people themselves? no president participation? no government participation? are you out of your mind? do you think we are governed by "the media and specialists"? omfg this is the dumbest comment ive ever seen you could go several ways but you chose the dumbest omegalul
2020-05-26 03:37
What kind of powers? Will he magically lock everybody at home or what? So you're saying that if Bolsonaro suddenly makes a decree law tommorow, everybody will begin to respect lockdown? (Like Doria did btw) Either you're making yourself look dumb, or you really are idk. Media can influence people, they could choose to stay home if they wanted, you only fool yourself if you can't see it
2020-05-26 07:09
#78
fer | 
Brazil arthuro 
well if you are saying that the president has no power to control the country then i really think we are doomed. he chose to open gyms and barber shops but he can't close it? maybe batman can help us? by the way you can just check facts and numbers and see that when a country quarentine their people with their leader support it helps so much more than without it. im not arguing with you because your point is "mainstream media" and shit. really closing your eyes to everything and trying to be against something that is killing people lol grow up your brain
2020-05-26 19:15
#69
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Brazil LucasLeal 
I don't think you understood my comment, I mentioned how the president is doing the wrong thing and denying our big problem. The main problem in Brazil is not having unity and leadership from the federal government, they want to make politics and fight between governors and president instead of looking at the population. Bolsonaro is totally unprepared for the post and will kill us for his crazy policy.
2020-05-26 16:47
When he asked for a lockdown, everybody let the carnival happen. Then it was already too late. It is worse for everybody to keep this insane lockdown. It is easy to blame bolsonaro when you have something yo eat everyday, you never felt hungry in your life and you have no heart for people in desperate need to work. 6 years ago Lula was complaining about the ones demanding for hospitals instead of a fucking world cup. Now he says it is a blessing to have corona because he wants everybody to depend on the estate, his dream is a communist dictatorship like in china. The majority of the population is supporting bolsonaro because he is not corrupt and want everybody working. Even the police is helping people to protest. I am so glad we are free from the communist party that left brazil in the worst crisis ever with the most absurd corruption scandals of this country history.
2020-05-26 04:53
#35
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Brazil skars1 
not only a delusional fan of mibr, it seems
2020-05-26 04:57
Based on what you are saying that it was to late to make the lockdown after carnival? Don't you see Spain and Italy? Both made lockdown after the problem got big and are already returning to normality while Brazil still going towards the death and sickness. Majority? Police helping? Well, you are indeed delusional.
2020-05-26 05:19
#80
fer | 
Brazil arthuro 
> president is a lunatic retarded > yeah but LULA you know... because PT and LULA and PT!!!!!!!!!!!!! LEAVE MY PET PRESIDENT ALONE
2020-05-26 19:19
#87
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Belgium Miiyata 
Please stop xDDDDDD
2020-05-26 19:37
Respect to Brazil & Bolsonaro who made this all possible. They might just beat the US wow!
2020-05-26 02:29
#8
2020-05-26 02:37
#7
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Denmark Two_Inch_Man 
Not very funny b8
2020-05-26 02:36
#9
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Turkey veorracsgo 
not funny :(
2020-05-26 02:37
+1 it's sad.
2020-05-26 02:50
Sweden has double the amount of cases per capita.
2020-05-26 02:54
damn
2020-05-26 02:55
And more than 20x the amount of testing per 1k population.
2020-05-26 03:02
Yes but after administering more than 6 times the amount of tests per capita.
2020-05-26 03:16
Would make sense, but if you look at deaths (which everyone is tested during the autopsy) Sweden has a death toll of more than 4 times per capita as well.
2020-05-26 03:49
Sweden or Swedistan?
2020-05-26 04:06
#31
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
sad to see so many ppl here defending dictatorship...
2020-05-26 04:42
Yes communist dictartoship is so sad. I cant believe people want to defend communism in 2020. Imagine defending Lula who said it was idiotic to complain about lack of hospitals due to the absurd investments to the world cup, trillions of reais in STADIUMS. Now he says it is a blessing the existence of corona because everybody needs to depend on the estate. This dude is not in jail due to the judiciary that he himself inducted. His time will come FREE BRAZIL FROM COMMUNISM
2020-05-26 04:56
#51
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Brazil andrermc 
You need to learn what communism means.. dont use words that you dont understand
2020-05-26 06:10
#75
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Brazil LucasLeal 
forget this history of communism, you look like an idiot saying that. Brazil in its history has never been a communist and will never be, on the contrary, in our little "democratic" history we were more governors by military dictators than elected governments. This justification by LULA to defend the Bolsonaro abuses is surreal!
2020-05-26 17:03
#43
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Brazil skars1 
dont push too hard bro, it's 26/05 and these guys still need convincing about how bolsonaro is making this situation a lot worse and, on top of that, still believe that he's not corrupt. i mean, the basic is not understood yet, how can you advance this discussion with that scenario?
2020-05-26 05:25
#64
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
I think u didnt understand what i meant... i meant if u defends lockdown = defends dictatorship Bolsonaro is defending our freedom atm
2020-05-26 12:55
#76
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Brazil skars1 
wtf, ok then
2020-05-26 17:51
#88
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Belgium Miiyata 
In belgium, under this lockdown you get fined by the police if you are outside for no good reason. This is what you call communism?
2020-05-26 19:40
#101
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
i call this dictatorship...
2020-05-26 20:39
#125
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Belgium Miiyata 
And it seems under these circumstances, dictatorship is better than your freedom. Stats prove it btw, don't even argue or try. How do you think it should be normal to let the people decide on their own in this situation, when people are responsible to spread the virus which can have deadly consequences? And you are supporting this btw...
2020-05-27 00:55
#128
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
in ur logic everybody should be prohibited to use the car, so then there is no way to occur car accidents. when people are responsible by the car accidents which can have deadly consequences? even cuz 1.35 million people die from car accidents per year. and u are supporting this btw... but my point isnt even this. its about the morality of government prohibit u from opening ur own store witch it's at ur own property. doesnt make sense. Im not attacking anyone with this, Im not forcing anyone to join my store. People come in if they want to. if they join, they know that they are at risk of contracting the coronavirus.
2020-05-27 01:24
#129
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Belgium Miiyata 
Hey brother, a car accident is not something you have control over, or that you do it on purpose even. Spreading the virus is, with a certain %. Imagine comparing driving a car with a deadly virus. Stop. I disagree with your 2nd part, though i understand you. In dictatorship EU, the lockdown stabilized in hard hit eu countries after 1.5 months to 2 months and stores are slowly opening up again. But this 2nd part hangs with other factors as well so discussing this goes deeper. At this rate brazil is letting the virus do what it wants, and it will hurt the country in different ways. Basically when you give people freedom in this situation, you also give the virus freedom.
2020-05-27 01:33
#132
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT 
ofc u can controll a car accident, even easier than the corona. cuz when u are lockdown, u still have contact with your family. but if u ban the car, it will not have contact with other ppl to occurs accident. its immoral the lockdown idea and that's it. its against private property and it hasntt counter arguments. but i gonna tell another thing brazil situation is very different from europe/na/korea/japan countries. heritage.org/index/ USA already issued $4 TRI of debt, brasil issued something about $200BI, eruope issued a lot too. So we gonna have a global credit crisis at the end of the year. and 90% of the countries will be trying to get money. And people will want to lend their money to trustworthy countries with a high index of economic freedom and not to brazil (144° out of 180 countries about economic freedom), which has high tax rates, worst tax system of the world and a big state. Cuz the possibility of brazil not paying the debt is very bigt. So *IF* brazil gets the money, it will be at high interest rates and probably we wont get to pay the debt. Argentina with the lockdown has already implemented some measures such as the outflow of capital cuz they know they will not get money. Argentine citizens/foreign companies investing in Argentina can only transfer something like 200USD to dollar / bitcoin per month. So they are forced to see their money devaluing and ending while government make stupid decisions. So tell me, which company in their right mind would invest in a country like that that?
2020-05-27 02:15
sad
2020-05-26 04:54
#45
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Brazil llskll 
Just send help guys
2020-05-26 05:37
I really don't care, for me everyone could take it, it would be like a natural selection. Who doesn't want to catch it stays at home.
2020-05-26 06:15
#63
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Germany Shadyy89 
Sounds like you could apply to become the next President
2020-05-26 11:18
I know that many people think like me, but are afraid to speak
2020-05-26 14:59
I am not interested in being president, I would not like to have the weight of the deaths on me, instead of being on people who leave home and do not protect themselves.
2020-05-26 15:03
-taco +coronavirus
2020-05-26 07:34
#120
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Brazil el_chichara 
bro xDDDDDDDDDDDD
2020-05-27 00:29
Internationally advanced countries like Brasil have problems like that
2020-05-26 17:51
sad
2020-05-26 19:16
#82
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Brazil PaPum 
here are thousands of people in Brazil who cannot stop working, even with the help ... THOUSANDS, just stop treating politics as if it were a football team. Is bolsonaro stupid? Yes. Is Bolsonaro doing too much shit? Yes, as many have already done, but don't be a complete ignorant. In fact, I am seeing several of these people criticizing the bolsonaro but "hidden" giving like and supporting the same "bolsominion" other politicians. If you haven't studied politics, just stop talking shit.
2020-05-26 19:27
Tell me a place on earth where people don't have to work? Fuck off, this have to work thing is the stupidiest argument one can use to go against lockdown. All the countries that adopted lockdown made obvious measure to help those that had to work. Why can't Brazil do that? Look at Argentina, dealing much better than Brazil and people has to work there as well.
2020-05-26 19:37
#89
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Belgium Miiyata 
You think eu stopped working or what lies are they telling you that you use this dumb fking bs argument xD??
2020-05-26 19:41
biblethump
2020-05-26 19:27
brazil is 220 million ppl country with 22k deaths, sweaden is barely a 10 million country with 4k deaths, do the math...
2020-05-26 20:00
#95
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Poland dreamShow 
sweden 10mln people - 4 majors brazil 200mln people - 2 majors do the math...
2020-05-26 20:04
brazil 12 computers with 6gb or plus videoboard, sweden 10 million.
2020-05-26 20:05
btw, has poland ever win anything relevant is sports or e-sports? what sport is popular down there? toilet cleaning?
2020-05-26 20:08
#98
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Poland dreamShow 
i think so. poland 1-0 brazil youtu.be/nFThv43spak
2020-05-26 20:10
lol, just joking my friend, i was harsh in last post... you are fine
2020-05-26 20:12
#100
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Poland dreamShow 
sem problemas meine freund
2020-05-26 20:13
The math is Sweden's tests per million ppl is 24k and Brazil is 4k and your confirmed cases to total test ratio is ~45% which is way off standard deviation. Can't get cases if you don't test, right?
2020-05-27 02:46
cases can be faked, yes... deaths can't, just compare the number of deaths per million, its the most reliable data avaiable.
2020-05-27 18:01
?????????????? What are you talking about? It's literally just a number, the gov't can report whatever they want and no one knows if it's true. You think only 4000 ppl died in China? Also, even if they aren't lying, death count is even more unreliable cause hospitals don't have time to perform autopsies atm. In order for the cause of death to be corona, patients have to be diagnosed first which goes back to the original point, you guys aren't testing.
2020-05-28 02:36
in china its very suspicious, but in brazil you compare the number of dead people in 2019 and with 2020 and the difference is very close to the total deaths by coronavirus in 2020, so its a very reliable number.
2020-05-28 02:40
Well... we have more than 200M people here so that's not really fair.
2020-05-27 00:03
China totally doesn't have over a million cases friends
2020-05-27 01:07
#131
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Brazil limadavp 
Bolsonaro loves Trump and wanna follow him in COVID's case also /s
2020-05-27 01:45
wow they are so good, but i thought Russia is top2
2020-05-27 02:04
Russia top 3 now since putin told corona to fuck off
2020-05-27 09:48
don't say that you believe putin's statistics xd
2020-05-27 09:55
both are shady but Bolsonaro statistics are way worse here xd
2020-05-27 09:56
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