Eu tenho a forte impressão de que os vândalos ou são gente querendo sabotar o movimento, ou esses militantes “profissionais” afiliados a PSOLs da vida e que vivem de pedir voto em universidade.
Minha impressão também. Não só minha, mas acho que é a percepção geral, se ligar em algum noticiário qualquer eles se referem aos vândalos como infiltrados.
E o Breaking Fingers? D:>
Infelizmente fechamos! Tivemos alguns problemas com o investidor e não teve como darmos continuidade. C’est la vie!
Also, I think it’s worth mentioning: vandalism happened. In more than one occasion. But when you watch the videos of those events, and you hear the masses crying “SEM VIOLÊNCIA” (no violence), it’s clear that the vast majority of people were trying to protest in peace.
Also when you see those guys marching with flowers in hand.
Or when some vandals tried to break in the City Hall and a large group of people raised white sheets, asking them to peacefully stop.
A couple of weeks ago, the press in general was quick to label protesters as vandals. During last thursday’s protest, however, a otherwise pacific march was met with violence from the police, and not only protesters got hurt, but many journalists and reporters got badly hurt as well. That’s when the media “changed sides” and are now supporting the protests lol. I take this sudden change of heart with a grain of salt and I’d rather not believe what I see on TV.
Instead, I keep myself informed through facebook and other social medias. What the press would try to hide or misinform, the people who were present in the events can share their version of facts.
I think it’s funny that until a while ago people would say “facebook activism” is stupid, but now it helped gather so many brazilians under the same cause and make us march the streets for our rights!
Here are some good articles in english about these events!
As for me, I’m doing fine! :D I’ve been job hunting the last month, in hopes that someone, somewhere, need an illustrator.
WHY DOESN’T ANYONE NEED AN ILLUSTRATOR orz