Monday, September 21, 2015

Support our Military

Retired Brazilian Women's Army Corp General Wilma Santos

Spokesman for the Military in Brazil Retired Sargent Manoel Figueira
Nothings says we support the military more than wearing  a uniform to the Nations celebration of freedom and independence.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Faces in the Crowd

Teenage Girl Looking on in the Crowd

Soccer Great PelĂ© was in Brasilia, Showing his Support

Young Lady Standing up for what She Believes in
A diverse group of people were on hand the day from young to old, men, women and children to show support for a better Brazil.

Monday, September 14, 2015

No Communism

Protesting Against the Left Leaning PT Party in Brasilia 

This Lady Got it Right

Protester Show their Disgust for the Former Brazilian President Lula-171
Basically these people are protesting about not wanting their country Brazil, to have to do anything with communism. Which is what any logical people would do. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that communism and socialism doesn't work and never will it not suppose to and its not design to. Its only propose is to control people hold them in bondage and the end result will be mass poverty and chaos.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Hope & Change or Hoping for a Change?

Giant Blow Up Doll of President Dilma in Brasilia 

Mocking President Dilma

Fora Dilma Supporter
Well, you can't  say that Brazilians don't have a sense or humor especially when it comes to making fun of their president and other politicians. In the long run people want to be free. And part of that freedom is a honest functioning government that helps the people and not hurts them. The concept is very simple, help the people, but it's hard to do. So far no country in the world has been able to accomplish this.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Angry Protesters

The Police and News Media Trying to Restore Order

Protesters, News Media and Police in The Capital City of Brasilia

Protesters Waiting for their next Move

Protester Cheering on the Crowd

Protesters Tearing Down the Wall
Today marks the 14th Anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks in the USA. My prayer for Brazil, is that although the people here are upset with their government having a terrorist attack on your soil and living under the constant threat of radical Islam is far worst than a corrupt government. Right now the USA is being inundate with thousands of Muslim refugees who are not exactly coming to the US to integrate into the American way of life. On the bright side no Arrest were made and no one was injured.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

The Aftermath of the Parade

Police Guarding the Metal Wall
Angry Protester tearing Down the Wall

The Wall is Down. Now What?

Angry Protesters

Police Looking on in Dismay 
After the the Independence Day Parade in Brasilia, Brazil, A Protest of sort broke out. The only damage that was done was the destruction of a metal barrier erected for the parade earlier that day to help protect the President. The team of worker who where responsible for putting up and taking down the wall reported no real damage was done to the metal wall and it made their job a lot easier taking the wall away for next year....To Be Continued.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

7 de Setembro Parade Part 2

Obama de Brasilia Leading the Marching Band

Little Girl Snappimg Photos on Her Moms iPhone

Presidential Guard Leading the Charge on Horseback

Some more photos from the Brazil's Independence Day Parade.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

7 de Setembro Parade

Old style Military Jeeps in the Parade

Brazilian Army Gunnery Sargent Manning a 50 Caliber Machine Gun 

The Crowd Showing Support For their Military. Or Maybe Just Testing their Camera Phones
Well, I arrived a little late for the start of the 7 de Setembro Parade (Independence Day Parade) in the Capital City of Brasilia. This year it was a little harder to get a good position for photos due to the fact the local government had erected a barrier around the parade especially in the area where the president was to add an extra layer of security for her The pararde itself went off without a hitch. However after the parade was quite a different story more on this in my next post.