On Facebook a picture has gone viral titled ‘Street kids murdered to clean up Brazil ahead of the World Cup’.
The message claims that the picture has been made in Brazil, right after the Brazilian police shot multiple kids in the favelas.
As the World Cup is going to take place soon, a lot of media and attention is being given to Brazil. The ‘Street kids murdered to clean up Brazil’ picture is one of the shocking things that are taking place in the Brazilian favelas.
This picture was posted by the police on their Facebook page,
where they bragged about their “successful” work. They say: “We don’t go into favelas to die. We go in there to kill.”
Earlier we published a report on how Brazilian soccer fans are armed with AK47’s. It was not long ago that hackers were able to hack the FIFA world cup website. The hackers defaced the website and left a message for the visitors of the FIFA world cup website. Be aware, as the FIFA world cup will be an exclusive chance for cybercriminals to infect unaware people.
Nao Vai Ter Copa. There will be no cup. This video has been made to stop the FIFA world cup 2014 in Brazil. Take a look at the message of the video.
To the General Secretariat of the Government of Brazil and to the Chief Minister of the General Secretariat of the Presidency:
Dear Gilberto Carvalho, I hereby request the Brazilian government to take concrete and immediate actions in regards to the World Cup of 2014 and the 2016 Olympic Games.
I ask you the following:
- That the government STOPS forced evictions until they can be publicly discussed and properly negotiated
- That the government COMPENSATES the victims of violations and forced evictions
- That the government SAYS NO to the special courts of the World Cup
- That the government SAYS NO to the exclusion zones around the stadiums
- That the government DEMANDS FIFA to pay taxes and sets the example to future host countries
As you can see in the images above, the situation is terrible.
Police brutality in Brazil
Take a look at the following collection of footage which shows the police brutality in Brazil.
I urge you to share this message on your Facebook timeline, and include the tag #stoptheball.