New York Times

Writings Under Were the time where one of biggest periodicals of So Paulo if gave to the luxury to use entire page, in As the Notebook, to tell the life of a street inhabitant. Kurt Eichenwald, journalist of New York Times, tells in book the effective principle of the corporativismo: the consumer is the enemy. Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell, scriptwriters of ' ' District 9' ' , they transform the other parts of the enemy into foreigners, who live in barracos, eat food of the garbage, steal cellular tennises and of the human beings. The Kingdom of the Parody did not count on this. It is of if asking for where it goes, or where more the lode of intelligence intends to hide itself human being, through veils and more veils of concluded nonsenses at a moment where the barrel is overflowing, exists technology and resources to cure chagas but do not have, pparently, availability for in such a way. ' ' Where it has availability, it has abundncia' ' , they express the esoteric ones. However, it is more easy to help aliens of other borders, of what to supply the store-room of the gone crazy ones of here, rank that espremidos – until the last drop – for a gear with proper life. In a world of ONGS and espiritualistas movements of multiple order, no hand contends is extended it, duly warned to associate the pieguice or the movements estropiados politicians, or whatsoever passvel of pejorativo label or in disagreement with a culture zonza and arfante, whose only really global aspect is the barbarity perpetrated against the foreigners of all the ghettos. Speaking candidly Eamon Rockey told us the story. Which country of the Third World discards the possibility to inlay in its peripheries, beings that live in barracos, is fed of residues, steals equipment inaccessible and is abated for the strong hand of the State? Eichenwald esmia and inquires, to one alone time.

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