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Street kids murdered to clean up Brazil ahead of the world cup
cyberwarzone.com ^ | May 27, 2014 | CWZ

Posted on 06/18/2014 8:33:28 AM PDT by PapaNew

On Facebook a picture has gone viral titled ‘Street kids murdered to clean up Brazil ahead of the World Cup’.

The message claims that the picture has been made in Brazil, right after the Brazilian police shot multiple kids in the favelas.

As the World Cup is going to take place soon, a lot of media and attention is being given to Brazil. The ‘Street kids murdered to clean up Brazil’ picture is one of the shocking things that are taking place in the Brazilian favelas.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs
KEYWORDS: brazil; worldcup2014
If this is true, the World Cup should be yanked from Brazil and the delayed games staged somewhere else. So far, it looks like these acts are being ratified by FIFA going ahead with this thing in Brazil.

If this is true, I think these games in Brazil should be boycotted.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlOLuRsTxRI

1 posted on 06/18/2014 8:33:28 AM PDT by PapaNew
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To: PapaNew

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlOLuRsTxRI


2 posted on 06/18/2014 8:33:44 AM PDT by PapaNew
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To: PapaNew

street kids = 16 to 25 year old gangbangers


3 posted on 06/18/2014 8:38:37 AM PDT by Count of Monte Fisto (The foundation of modern society is the denial of reality.)
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To: PapaNew

If the government controlled the favelas, I would be more inclined to believe this. Regular old-fashioned drug gang violence might be the better explanation.


4 posted on 06/18/2014 8:39:15 AM PDT by VanShuyten ("a shadow...draped nobly in the folds of a gorgeous eloquence.")
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To: PapaNew

Is the World Cup a type of yacht race?


5 posted on 06/18/2014 8:39:31 AM PDT by cuban leaf
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To: Count of Monte Fisto

street kids = 16 to 25 year old gangbangers


No. That’s Chicago.


6 posted on 06/18/2014 8:40:13 AM PDT by cuban leaf
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To: PapaNew
"... right after the Brazilian police shot multiple kids in the favelas. "

Serves them right. I hate those noisy things.


7 posted on 06/18/2014 8:43:46 AM PDT by UCANSEE2 (Lost my tagline on Flight MH370. Sorry for the inconvenience.)
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To: PapaNew

Thanks for the link.


8 posted on 06/18/2014 8:43:57 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: PapaNew

I’m a little skeptical.

- Are there stories in the local newspapers about what appears to be a pretty big shootout? These pics can’t be the only documentation of what happened.

- Did this in fact happen in Brazil? Russia for example has been trying to pass off pictures from around the world as local atrocities as psy-ops efforts against Ukraine.

- Where are the fatal gunshots on the two boys in the lower right corner? Are they kids who just lay down in the street for sick laughs as their friends take pictures?


9 posted on 06/18/2014 8:46:05 AM PDT by jiggyboy
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To: PapaNew
Just drag a case of spray paint down the street and out of town, problem solved.

Better than killing the poor souls.

10 posted on 06/18/2014 8:49:09 AM PDT by TexasCajun
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To: PapaNew
"right after the Brazilian police shot multiple kids in the favelas"

And if you've ever been shot in your favelas you know how painful that can be.

11 posted on 06/18/2014 8:50:40 AM PDT by Mr. K (Palin/Cruz 2016)
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To: PapaNew

Horrible as this is, local vigilantes have been killing street kids in the favelas at least since 2005, which is when I first read about it.

These kids are absolutely feral and ferocious. It’s common for a gang of 10-year-olds to cut your throat and leave you to bleed out while they steal everything you have.

It was so bad, that you couldn’t even go out after sunset if you looked like you might have anything of value on you. They would kill you even for earrings.


12 posted on 06/18/2014 8:51:24 AM PDT by Westbrook (Children do not divide your love, they multiply it.)
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To: PapaNew

This is not new. I have read about the cops killing street kids for years. There was even a documentary on TV about it years ago. Some societies don’t value life the way we do.


13 posted on 06/18/2014 8:57:27 AM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose o f a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: Georgia Girl 2
Some societies don’t value life the way we do.

...the way we used to.

14 posted on 06/18/2014 9:00:03 AM PDT by Salvey
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To: PapaNew

I heard about the practice of street cleansing of minors in Rio, at least 15 years ago already.

The practice of killing street children is not a recent phenomenon.


15 posted on 06/18/2014 9:03:53 AM PDT by 353FMG
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To: PapaNew
This is old footage of a drug raid.

Makes a sensational story though, saying that kids were murdered to make way for the World Cup.

16 posted on 06/18/2014 9:06:42 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum ("The more numerous the laws, the more corrupt the government." --Tacitus)
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To: Mr. K

I got kicked in the favelas once and it was only a glancing blow. Put me down on the ground. I can’t imagine getting shot in the favelas...

But seriously, I’m not saying this didn’t happen as reported, but folks I know down there tell me gang/drug violence is rampant in those areas, that it would make Chicago look like Mayberry RFD.


17 posted on 06/18/2014 9:10:22 AM PDT by jaydee770
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To: Mr. K

Do girls have Favelas? I’ve never had my favela felt up.


18 posted on 06/18/2014 9:19:06 AM PDT by BarbM (Portuguese Dog--Kenyan president)
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To: PapaNew

Its what a socialist totalitarian govt does.


19 posted on 06/18/2014 9:23:22 AM PDT by driftdiver (I could eat it raw, but why do that when I have a fire.)
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To: PapaNew

Are you sure that those missing kids didn’t just have a nice train ride and are not now in a detention center in Nogales???


20 posted on 06/18/2014 9:24:11 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: PapaNew

...don’t believe the Brazilian tourism propaganda...it’s a third world hellpit.


21 posted on 06/18/2014 9:24:18 AM PDT by Nepeta
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To: PapaNew

There has always been some gamina genocide here and there in Rio

Its a tradition

Sad.

Little kids as young as 5 living on the street in groups

This is our future here as their culture comes with them.


22 posted on 06/18/2014 9:36:31 AM PDT by wardaddy (we will not take back our way of life through peaceful means.....i have 5 kids....i fear for them)
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To: Nepeta

Was in Sao Paulo for two weeks. You are correct, it is a pit from Hell. Nasty, nasty place.


23 posted on 06/18/2014 9:37:20 AM PDT by adaven
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To: PapaNew
If this is true, the World Cup should be yanked from Brazil and the delayed games staged somewhere else. So far, it looks like these acts are being ratified by FIFA going ahead with this thing in Brazil.

Au contraire... perhaps we should study Brazil's approach to crime and apply it to our own Escalade-driving Favelas...

24 posted on 06/18/2014 9:56:05 AM PDT by publius911 ( Politicians come and go... but the (union) bureaucracy lives and grows forever.)
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To: Salvey
Some societies don’t value life the way we do.

Some societies don't value deadly animals either. They have reached the limit of what they can tolerate.

Feral, vicious, deadly two legged animals can only be dealt with applying a serious pest control program.

25 posted on 06/18/2014 10:00:33 AM PDT by publius911 ( Politicians come and go... but the (union) bureaucracy lives and grows forever.)
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To: Westbrook
Quit trying to educate or reason with no-information members of the Idiocracy..."
26 posted on 06/18/2014 10:02:00 AM PDT by publius911 ( Politicians come and go... but the (union) bureaucracy lives and grows forever.)
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To: Westbrook
To All:

Post #12 is NOT hyperbole.
It may be an understatement.

27 posted on 06/18/2014 10:11:11 AM PDT by publius911 ( Politicians come and go... but the (union) bureaucracy lives and grows forever.)
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To: PapaNew

Geez, Brazil. Just load them up on a bus and drive them to the US. Problemo solved.


28 posted on 06/18/2014 10:15:35 AM PDT by mom.mom
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To: Georgia Girl 2
This is not new. I have read about the cops killing street kids for years. There was even a documentary on TV about it years ago. Some societies don’t value life the way we do.

The Brazilian cops DO value life.

They value the lives of themselves, their families, and their friends and neighbors more than they value the lives of their feral urban underclass.

Someday it may come to that in the US. In that case, if you have to make a choice between your family, friends, and neighbors, versus the people who would rob, murder, and rape them given any opportunity, what will you choose? And refusing to choose is itself a choice, which has you effectively choosing that you do not care.

29 posted on 06/18/2014 10:21:12 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
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To: Mr. K

“And if you’ve ever been shot in your favelas you know how painful that can be. “

Is it as bad as having your Moulin rouged?


30 posted on 06/18/2014 10:36:44 AM PDT by EQAndyBuzz ("Heck of a reset there, Hillary")
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To: Mr. K
"right after the Brazilian police shot multiple kids in the favelas"

And if you've ever been shot in your favelas you know how painful that can be.

It will sure keep you off the street though.

31 posted on 06/18/2014 12:10:48 PM PDT by TigersEye ("No man left behind" means something different to 0bama.)
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To: Georgia Girl 2

“Some societies don’t value life the way we do.”

Just a big, hmmmmmm.


32 posted on 06/18/2014 12:52:29 PM PDT by SgtHooper (This is not my tag!)
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To: Westbrook

Helicopter transport is very popular in the cities of Brazil, to avoid the horrific carjackings.


33 posted on 06/18/2014 3:08:08 PM PDT by OldNewYork
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