Here is a scene from the mass protests in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil.
This megalopolis, just shy of 20 million inhabitants, leads that nation’s booming economy. It is a city Business Insider predicts will have the “second highest economic growth in the world between 2011 and 2025.”
The only city in Brazil with higher per capita income is the nation’s capital of Brasilia — because the government crooks are stealing — and the people say they’ve got to go.
A significant component to the widespread revolts in Brazil over the past few weeks besides the outrageous government corruption was the excessive use of force by that country’s states’ military police. Here, we see the the Military Police of the State of Sao Paulo, agreeing to sit down and join the protesters, while they chant: THE PEOPLE, UNITED WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED!