Brazil Protest

Its sounding more like the coup by congress might be talking about Brazil. The tone of constant corruption could be seen with melancholy and exhaustion.

Notes on 4-16-15    I had a visual I was in a street and several people were protesting. They pushed their way through the blockade, then violence broke out, people were bloody and there was screaming and the smell of smoke. Then the vision switched and we were all walking under a bridge or in a tunnel. We had lost, and everyone was melancholy and exhausted.

They presented both Brazil and Haiti. But I believe the message is more of a broad one, a theme in which oppression prevails in the face of opposition. This is the second time they have shown protests followed by violence and oppression.

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10 thoughts on “Brazil Protest

  1. There are so many people standing up to the powers in charge all over the world and we continue to see them being knocked down by those in power. My continued prayers that though the oppressors may prevail that the people will keep fighting for what is right and just. It seems to me at this point there are more people taking to the streets all around the globe than any other time I can remember. That alone tells me there is more good in this world than bad. Prayers of protection for those standing up for truth.

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  2. My dear Eric,
    Violence and oppression? I know there are a lot of protests in Brazil, but have you seen Venezuelan news lately? The mayoritary of the country, I dare to say 85% of our population, have been to this date on the streets protesting for more than 50 days, and more than 60 deaths because of the violence and oppression from the government against its own people; everything’s because of new laws they want to impose, they don’t want real democratic elections. What is going on in my beautiful country? What can we expect? When is this nightmare going to end? And finally: what can we do to end this new era civil war? May you please ask the Spirits?
    Remember me? Lili from Venezuela.

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