Police brutality in Brazil. Don’t go to the World Cup!

Brazil is not safe. We all know it’s not safe. Still we go there because we enjoy the place, the people and the culture. But be aware that if something happens to you, you will probably be on your own. Don’t count on the police to protect you. You will get robbed, you could get attacked by some crazy person (and it happened to me) and you are an easy target. Thieves in Brazil these days, are all very active with all the foreigners going there. They know there’s money around.

In case something happens, police will be too busy trying to stop the protesters. The protesters will not rest until something changes in Brazil. They will take advantage from all the exposure the country is getting, to try and make a difference.
Just look at how much police has been at these protests. Tons. And if you go there, you don’t want to be at these protests. And if you are not there, then most likely, where you are there will be no police. And if there is, they will not do anything for you.

What is happening right now is a massacre in Brazil. Look what happened today in the protests in Rio de Janeiro: riot police cornered the protesters inside the Boa Vista park, locked the gates and attacked them with tear gas and rubber bullets. Nobody could get out. But the park was full of family and kids. And still they didn’t care.

CBN and RJ BandNews radio stations are off the air. All because they transmitted something about these protests. And apparently they got off the air, by FIFA determination, i would like to know since when does FIFA tell the country what to do. The transit cameras around the protests all were disconnected.

You will get robbed, the police is not going to help and nobody will ever know. Watch the videos below to see the police brutality in Brazil.

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Joe Cloud
Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.

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Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.