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Post by elvis44102 on Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:04 am


 
 
 
it is my understanding, from reading history that riots such as this are caused when people get HUNGRY....and the powers that be are cutting foodstamps.....
 
what a bunch of maroons we have for politicians

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Post by jmainframe on Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:07 pm

Based on GDP, Brazil has the world's sixth largest economy, and the second largest in the western hemisphere, behind the US. They are a very stable and prosperous nation, and their poverty percentage is now lower than that of the US.

I suppose if such civil unrest and rioting could occur in a country like Brazil, it can probably happen here as well, especially if the gap between the have's and the have-not's continues to grow.

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