Shame on Brazil

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Sun, Feb 13, 2005, 5:33 pm  //  Site Management

The government will arrest some poor guys and execute them for the murder of Sister Stang. The government will say they are shocked, just shocked. But the government of Brazil is relieved that Stang is finally out of the way. Now they can continue stealing the land from the native people and clear cutting the Amazon jungle. The quick profits are spread throughout the elites.

If we citizens of the world want these selective executions to stop - or at least be less common - then we need to speak out when they happen. We need to write the Brazilian embassy. We need to tell our congressional representatives. Well, we don't need to. And if we just shrug, then the killings will become more common and countries learn there is no down side to knocking off dissidents.
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Shame on Brazil

Sun, Feb 13, 2005, 5:33 pm  //  Site Management

The government will arrest some poor guys and execute them for the murder of Sister Stang. The government will say they are shocked, just shocked. But the government…

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