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Faz o L.
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podia ser pior
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Nada disso teria acontecido se não fosse pelo roubo do nosso ouro pelos Portugueses.
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>Analysts warn the number of killings could rise further if Bolsonaro is elected president in October. Renato Sérgio de Lima, director of the FBSP, says Bolsonaro through his rhetoric comes across as a Brazilian version of Rodrigo Duterte, president of the Philippines, who has declared open season on criminals.

>presidente manda matar os criminosos
>esquerdista diz que vai aumentar os homicídios
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martar criminosos é contra os direitos humanos
>>92318 (OP) 
Vai ser disso aí para pior. Faz um L.
Respostas: >>92327
O pós eleições brasileiras está a ser um remake baixo orçamento das americanas há 2 anos.
Respostas: >>92328 >>92330 >>92332
Brasil é simplesmente um EUA barato
Respostas: >>92329
lol, os trunpistas tinham os satélites italianos e os raids da CIA aos servidores, os brasileiros têm um argentino mágico
Respostas: >>92332
Quem vai ser o heroi que vai morrer qquando o Lula entrar?
Respostas: >>92331
Vão atropelar um cão rafeiro em frente ao planalto
Porque você é assim angolano?
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Já vi este filme antes, perder faz parte, apenas levem o L (de loser) e compitam outra vez daqui a x anos, saber perder também é importante, não se pode ganhar sempre.
Respostas: >>92363
O Angolano brilha no escuro. De onde achas que ele arruma tanto dinheiro?
pare de falar sobre a eleição e fale sobre Bostil.
>saber perder
Foda-se! Filho da puta.
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>On the 19th of August we finally left the shores of Brazil. I thank God, I shall never again visit a slave-country. To this day, if I hear a distant scream, it recalls with painful vividness my feelings, when passing a house near Pernambuco, I heard the most pitiable moans, and could not but suspect that some poor slave was being tortured, yet knew that I was as powerless as a child even to remonstrate. I suspected that these moans were from a tortured slave, for I was told that this was the case in another instance. Near Rio de Janeiro I lived opposite to an old lady, who kept screws to crush the fingers of her female slaves. I have stayed in a house where a young household mulatto, daily and hourly, was reviled, beaten, and persecuted enough to break the spirit of the lowest animal. I have seen a little boy, six or seven years old, struck thrice with a horse-whip (before I could interfere) on his naked head, for having handed me a glass of water not quite clean; I saw his father tremble at a mere glance from his master's eye. These latter cruelties were witnessed by me in a Spanish colony, in which it has always been said that slaves are better treated than by the Portuguese, English, or other European nations. I have seen at Rio de Janeiro a powerful negro afraid to ward off a blow directed, as he thought, at his face. I was present when a kind-hearted man was on the point of separating forever the men, women, and little children of a large number of families who had long lived together. I will not even allude to the many heart-sickening atrocities which I authentically heard of;--nor would I have mentioned the above revolting details, had I not met with several people, so blinded by the constitutional gaiety of the negro as to speak of slavery as a tolerable evil. Such people have generally visited at the houses of the upper classes, where the domestic slaves are usually well treated, and they have not, like myself, lived amongst the lower classes. Such inquirers will ask slaves about their condition; they forget that the slave must indeed be dull who does not calculate on the chance of his answer reaching his master's ears.

>It is argued that self-interest will prevent excessive cruelty; as if self-interest protected our domestic animals, which are far less likely than degraded slaves to stir up the rage of their savage masters. It is an argument long since protested against with noble feeling, and strikingly exemplified, by the ever-illustrious Humboldt. It is often attempted to palliate slavery by comparing the state of slaves with our poorer countrymen: if the misery of our poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin; but how this bears on slavery, I cannot see; as well might the use of the thumb-screw be defended in one land, by showing that men in another land suffered from some dreadful disease. Those who look tenderly at the slave owner, and with a cold heart at the slave, never seem to put themselves into the position of the latter;--what a cheerless prospect, with not even a hope of change! picture to yourself the chance, ever hanging over you, of your wife and your little children--those objects which nature urges even the slave to call his own--being torn from you and sold like beasts to the first bidder! And these deeds are done and palliated by men who profess to love their neighbours as themselves, who believe in God, and pray that His Will be done on earth! It makes one's blood boil, yet heart tremble, to think that we Englishmen and our American descendants, with their boastful cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty; but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin.

>I have watched how steadily the general feeling, as shown at elections, has been rising against Slavery. What a proud thing for England if she is the first European nation which utterly abolishes it! I was told before leaving England that after living in slave countries all my opinions would be altered; the only alteration I am aware of is forming a much higher estimate of the negro character. It is impossible to see a negro and not feel kindly towards him; such cheerful, open, honest expressions and such fine muscular bodies. I never saw any of the diminutive Portuguese, with their murderous countenances, without almost wishing for Brazil to follow the example of Hayti; and, considering the enormous healthy-looking black population, it will be wonderful if, at some future day, it does not take place.
Como ele se sentiu sobre a colonização da Índia?
Que horror que deveria ser o Brasil colonial e imperial. Imagino escravos em condições horripilantes, putaria a céu aberto, zero cultura e civilização... Quase uma Índia, só que sem história e talvez muito mais promíscuo.Os tempos atuais emulam um pouco essas condições, mas não deve chegar nem perto.
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tenho ojeriza a tuga
opinião? descarto
dinheiro? aceito
Respostas: >>92407
Cope. Anglos são baseados, ibéricos são cringe.
Respostas: >>92418
apenas agentes do interesse espanhol usa essa palavra
não existe península ibérica, existe dar-al-portugal e o dar-al-harb
Respostas: >>92423
Os anglos continuam sendo uma raça superior. Todo brasileiro implicitamente sabe disso.
Respostas: >>92448
Pior são esses monacornos quenficma fantasiando o período do império com o Pedrinho autista sendo um homem do bem contra a escravidão, humilde e desprendido as luxos, kek
>raça superior
sim, e a especialidade? suicídios
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A especialidade dos anglos é o genocídio, mas faltou fazer com os ibéricos.
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genocídio contra si lol
Respostas: >>92475
Exatamente. Faz parte do plano.
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