In Cambridge, supporting the move to change Brazil

Brazil protest in Cambridge.

Ed Hatfield photographed a solidarity protest on the Cambridge Common yesterday in support of growing protests in Brazil, originally sparked by plans to raise bus fares in Sao Paulo and Rid de Janeiro.

Copyright Ed Hatfield. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

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I did

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i was in a full leg cast.

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Excuses. By being rude

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Excuses. By being rude calling protestors idiots, you don't get any support for your causes. And I bet many of them were there, just not wearing a green shit.

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"Sorry for the inconvenience

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"Sorry for the inconvenience we are trying to change Brazil" might be the most polite protest sign I have ever seen.

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I support everyone's right to

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I support everyone's right to protest but fail to see the reasoning in holding a sign in Cambridge because of what is happening in Brazil.
What do they think is going to be achieved?

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Out country is to

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busy arming terrorist in Syria and fighting with Russia over what side we are taking to give a shit about Brazil.

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This protest definitely

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This protest definitely raised my awareness and I want to help; where can I send some money? Also, beginning today I'm boycotting Brazil nuts.

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Because drawing attention to

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Because drawing attention to oneself while not actually having do something has been a pastime for guilty rich liberal people since the 1960s. See no nukes (though that was to a large extent a commie funded sabotage movement), end apartheid, free Tibet, etc. for details.

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I dunno some people in South

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I dunno some people in South Africa actually risked their lives and did something about it. Meanwhile the bunch of people with signs, having done nothing but stand around safely thousands of miles away, claimed credit.

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Erm

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These people are Brazilian. They are clearly concerned about what is going on their home country, and want to spread awareness of it.

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" originally sparked by

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" originally sparked by plans to raise bus fares in Sao Paulo and Rid de Janeiro ''

There is a time and place for everything, only in Cambridge ! We have are own troubles here funding public transportation. You can''t charge operating costs, so it must come from the public trough. There is a lot of competition there.

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