The fallout from former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment on Wednesday began almost immediately, as now-official President Michel Temer kicked off a neoliberal agenda and leftist Latin American governments recalled their ambassadors to protest what they said was an attempt to stifle populism and peace.
If the Brazilian Left isn't careful they will find themselves rounded up by the oligarchy.
The Left must resist in a smart way and not in a violent way.
Violence is always counter-productive.
Peaceful marches work.
Growing the resistance works.
Violence does not work.
The global corporate elite are making a huge play to lock in more power. This is happening all over the world largely done within the rules of the system (as twisted as these rules interpretations are). We need system change. Check out the Next System (thenextsystem.org) and the Leap Manifesto (leapmanifesto.org).
Yes indeed. Total non cooperation.
That is the question.
Yeah, people in Venezuela are too busy waiting in bread lines.
You are seriously defending bread lines?