- Posted April 3, 2014 by
Brazil is ready for the World Cup?
Brazil is ready for the World Cup? It is obvious that none of you has the faintest notion of the bitter disappointment, because each of you has in your own way as a Government. I wonder if you realize how I feel — I have nothing to say which reflects any credit in your Government. I did not ask for your sympathy, but your understanding — I have been used to taking our own misfortunes on the face, and making our own effort to bash our little paths through our daily basis without being a burden to others. Having done our best — probably misguidedly as a "nation". Better changes for the World Cup 2014? The predictable result has been an almost billions spends of deep unhappiness over the fates of deep corruption all along. I can now tell you that I feel the same, I have had enough of being forced to live through the never-ending bad dream of our Government underachievement and human ineptitudes. I want to hear no more from any of you until, if you feel inclined, you have a success or an achievement or a REALISTIC plan for the support and happiness of your WORLD CUP to tell me about. I don't wanna see your Government burdened any more with our miserable woes — it's not as if any of the advice he/she strives to give you has ever been listened to with good grace — far less acted upon. So I ask you to spare your further unhappiness, beyond expectations in 2014. If you think I have been unfair in what I have said, by all means try to persuade me to change my mind. But you won't do it by simply whingeing's and saying changes take time, and this is the excuse that I have been listened for so long a Brazilian citizen. You'll have to come up with meaty reasons to demolish my points and build a case for yourself. If that isn't possible, or you simply can't be bothered, then I rest my case. I am bitterly, bitterly disappointed. This photo were taked tonight at Pampulha Airport (PLU) - Belo Horizonte city, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil