Cos’è Make Something Week

Un movimento globale di persone che scelgono di creare insieme, invece di comprare. Il consumo eccessivo danneggia il Pianeta! Partecipa agli eventi nella tua città!

  • MAKE SMTHNG Week è “creare” qualcosa per un mondo migliore

Pensi di aver fatto un affare comprando qualcosa che non ti serve? Per ogni cosa che compri ce n’è un’altra che finisce nella spazzatura, distruggendo il nostro Pianeta. Invece di uscire a fare shopping, accetta la sfida di Make Something Week: riscopri la bellezza di condividere, riparare e creare insieme agli altri. Insieme, trasformeremo vecchie cose in qualcosa di nuovo e sperimenteremo alternative creative ai prodotti usa e getta che stanno soffocando i nostri mari.

Make SMTHNG Week è in tutto il mondo

Dal 23 novembre al 2 dicembre daremo vita ad un festival internazionale del “fare”, che vuole sfidare la cultura del consumismo sfrenato. Partecipa agli eventi nella tua città. Insieme a partner come Giacimenti UrbaniFashion Revolution, Zero Waste Italy, la Fab Labs community, The Restart Project#breakfreefromplastic, maker, creativi e persone come te possiamo aiutare il nostro Pianeta scoprendo il piacere di farlo insieme ad altri, con creatività.

COSA PUOI FARE

Tanti di noi amano lavorare con le proprie mani, creare e riparare. C’è tutto un mondo da scoprire prima di correre a comprare qualcosa che realmente non ci serve o potremmo farci da noi: puoi dare una nuova vita a vecchie scarpe e vestiti, riparare il tuo vecchio telefono, riorganizzare la tua casa per ridurre il consumo di plastica o trovare alternative creative ai classici prodotti usa e getta. Unisciti al movimento e fai qualcosa…senza comprare niente!

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  • Vuoi imparare di più su come ridurre gli sprechi, sulla moda sostenibile, o a dare una nuova vita alle cose che già possiedi? Usa la tua voce per condividere con altre persone i messaggi della Make Something Week. Seguici sui social e condividi i nostri post!

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Usa la tua voce per far crescere la community Make Something Week. Pubblica le foto e i video tutorial delle tue creazioni sui tuoi profili social. Condividi le tue idee più creative e utili soluzioni per un mondo senza l’Usa e getta. Fatti trovare!

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Tanti di noi amano lavorare con le proprie mani, creare e riparare. C’è tutto un mondo da scoprire prima di correre a comprare qualcosa che realmente non ci serve o potremmo farci da noi: puoi dare una nuova vita a vecchie scarpe e vestiti, riparare il tuo vecchio telefono, riorganizzare la tua casa per ridurre il consumo di plastica o trovare alternative creative ai classici prodotti usa e getta. Unisciti al movimento e fai qualcosa…senza comprare niente!

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Usa i file in download per creare la tua campagna e condividere le tue iniziative. Inizia ora! Maker, artisti e persone come te hanno realizzato tutorial e video creativi. Guarda, impara e inizia subito a creare!

Un movimento globale di persone che scelgono di creare insieme, invece di comprare. Il consumo eccessivo danneggia il Pianeta! Partecipa agli eventi nella tua città!

  • MAKE SMTHNG Week è “creare” qualcosa per un mondo migliore

Pensi di aver fatto un affare comprando qualcosa che non ti serve? Per ogni cosa che compri ce n’è un’altra che finisce nella spazzatura, distruggendo il nostro Pianeta. Invece di uscire a fare shopping, accetta la sfida di Make Something Week: riscopri la bellezza di condividere, riparare e creare insieme agli altri. Insieme, trasformeremo vecchie cose in qualcosa di nuovo e sperimenteremo alternative creative ai prodotti usa e getta che stanno soffocando i nostri mari.

Make SMTHNG Week è in tutto il mondo

Dal 23 novembre al 2 dicembre daremo vita ad un festival internazionale del “fare”, che vuole sfidare la cultura del consumismo sfrenato. Partecipa agli eventi nella tua città. Insieme a partner come Giacimenti UrbaniFashion Revolution, Zero Waste Italy, la Fab Labs community, The Restart Project#breakfreefromplastic, maker, creativi e persone come te possiamo aiutare il nostro Pianeta scoprendo il piacere di farlo insieme ad altri, con creatività.

Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.

#breakfreefromplastic is a global movement of nearly 1300 organizations envisioning a future free from plastic pollution.

Fashion Revolution is a global movement that celebrates fashion as a positive influence while also scrutinizing industry practices and raising awareness of the fashion industry’s most pressing issues.

Shareable is a nonprofit media outlet and action network that empowers people to share for a more resilient, equitable, and joyful world.

Arts Thread is a digital platform worldwide for emerging artists and designers that hosts our joint design competition to “Disrupt Black Friday”.

1300 Fab Labs as technical prototyping platforms are located in almost every major city in the world.  The FAB City is a global project to develop locally productive and globally connected self-sufficient cities.
www.fab.city

The Restart Project is a social enterprise that aims to fix our relationship with electronics, while preventing e-waste. They promote Restart Parties, community repair events where people teach each other how to repair their broken devices.

fff – future fashion forward coordinates Fashion Revolution in Germany and engages within German structures a change for a more transparent and sustainable textile industry. Fff creates events, platforms, networks and education to connect science, politics, economy and society.

Giacimenti Urbani Association, is based on the principles of cooperation, respect for the environment, the territory and people and brings together people that promote sustainable living, waste reduction, soft mobility and all lifestyles consistent with this objective. Reuse, repair, recycle and counteract climate change.

Zero Waste Italy provides contacts, skills and training to Italian Zero Waste initiatives such as the Zero Waste Research Center of the municipality of Capannori, with Ambiente and Futuro, with Anpas Nazionale and with the Volunteering and Participation Center of Lucca. It also links the Italian Zero Waste Initiatives with European and global networks, promoting 10 STEPS TO ZERO WASTE. 

The first Fab Lab in Hamburg was founded in 2011 in Hamburg’s busiest district: St. Pauli. Today its a meeting point for many people who want to use the typical Fab Lab machines or to start projects with other people. Originally initiated from the cross-issue Right to city movement, Fabulous St. Pauli follows the motto: The city is our factory!

“Buy Responsibly Foundation” is a Polish organization focusing on of sustainable development and environmental protection, responsible consumption and production, as well as respect for human rights and environmental principles in business. It has been active since 2002: first as a programme of the Polish Green Network, and since January 2014 – as an independent foundation. FB, IG, FB Event

Ambassadors

Welcome 2018 MAKE SMTHNG Ambassadors! Ambassadors are exceptional event organizers and online influencers that support the maker movement in their local communities, and are more intimately involved in MAKE SMTHNG Week planning.

João Leão, VIVA Fab Lab (Portugal)
Leão is a Product Designer and Co-founder of VIVA Fab Lab situated in Portugal. VIVA is a hub to promote Education, Design and Innovation in the maker community.

Jennifer Refat, Craftic (Canada)
Jen is the founder of Craftic, a platform and community where you can find and share fun DIY projects and creative inspiration that will help you use up your craft supplies!

Marlena Sdrenka – Zero Waste Plant Power (Germany)
Sustainability consultant Marlena runs Zero Waste Plant Power, a knowledge hub for all things around zero waste, plastic-free life, sustainable consumption and minimalism and is the founder of Zero Waste Germany.

Monika Krawczykowska – Slogan Ethical & Vegan Clothing (Poland)
Sustainable Fashion Designer and founder of Slogan clothing brand. She is an eco fashion activist, Greenpeace volunteer and DJ at the weekends.

Jo Xiaozhou Zhang (Brisbane)
Jo is a former Greenpeace MAKE SMTHNG / Detox Campaigner and is now working for women leadership in Brisbane, Australia, where she supports MAKE SMTHNG by organizing workshop events.

Ellen Mulcrone (UK)
Ellen is a multi-media visual artist, creating installation spaces that alter in some way our perception. Through these spaces, stillness, reflection and introversion is celebrated.

Kate, Time to Sew (UK)
Kate sews her own clothes and sometimes makes quilts for charity. She believes sustainability is available to everyone, you just need to start with doing one thing! Read about fabrics and going-ons in sustainable fashion and sewing over at Time to Sew.

Prof. Martina Glomb (Germany) 
Socialized in the punk scene, she dared to realize her passion for extreme and DIY fashion. She works as a professor at the University of Hannover with a focus on slow fashion and founded the Use-Less Centre for sustainable design strategies, against waste and ugly clothing.

Paula and Mariángeles Aguirre (Germany)
tHERAPY Recycle and Exorcise is a sustainable and alternative, gender-free, season-free and size-free fashion project based in Berlin, Germany and Córdoba, Argentina, ran since 2012 by two sisters separated by the Atlantic Ocean, but united by this passion.

Lauren McCrostie, actress and green bean enthusiast (UK)
Lauren is a reusing enthusiast and passionate about communicating the importance and delights of sustainable living. Her ‘happy helpful homework’ newsletters  offer handy hints and tips in becoming more mindful consumers. IG Newsletter


Nina, The Minimalist Ninja (Germany)
Nina runs The Minimalist Ninja, a YouTube channel, and blog about minimalism, frugal living, vegan travel, sustainable consumption and heaps more. She loves spreading the word about all the good stuff and is obsessed with peanut butter.

Natalia Martinez Sagan (Argentina)
Natalia Martinez Sagan is an Argentine interdisciplinary artist and educator specialized in sustainability, based in New York. She is also a Climate Reality Leader, trained by former US Vice President and Nobel Prize Laureate, Al Gore. IG @martinezsagan


Heath Nash (South Africa)
Heath is an artist and designer best known for his innovative use of materials traditionally referred to as ‘waste’. He runs Our Workshop in Cape Town, a shared, free-to-use space to create opportunities for cultural and racial integration in post-apartheid South Africa.

Bina (Germany)
On her blogazine stryleTZ Bina writes about fair fashion, veganism and sustainability. I would like to show how cool it can be to dress differently and that sustainable fashion is not a renunciation.

Oscar Díaz, Fablab Yucatán (Mexico)
Architect and co-founder of Fablab Yucatán, a fabrication lab focused on people’s access to technology. He has also begun to articulate the global Fab City initiative through strategies of circular economy, technology, social innovation and prototyping.

Belén, Pira (Belgium)
Belén is the co-founder of Pira, a platform that shares accessible information and tips about sustainability for deaf people worldwide. “The best way to make the deaf people understand the importance of sustainability is talking in their own language: sign language“

Tara, Paper Theory (London) 
Tara, the founder of Paper Theory creates contemporary, design led sewing patterns and online tutorials as a simple solution to help people create their own sustainable wardrobes. Enabling them to dip out of fast fashion without having to dip out of fashion all together.

LizBeLiz (London)
Elizabeth Joseph specialises in acrylic accessories Workshops. She is setting up the ‘Tea, Cake & Acrylic Accessories Club’, where she’ll show us how to fix, and upcycle broken or unworn accessories using laser cut shapes and charms made from acrylic. www.lizbeliz.com

Amber Riedl from Makerist (Canada / Berlin)

Amber Riedl founded Makerist, a crafting platform with inspiration for sewing, knitting or DIY projects from hundreds of independent designers – and of course she is a passionate maker herself. Follow her also on FB.

Shia / Wasteland Rebel (Germany) 

Blogger and book author Shia and her husband Hanno have been living zero waste for four years now. On Wasteland Rebel she shares practical tips for avoiding waste and reducing your own ecological footprint.

Viktoria/Naturlandkind (Germany)

Viktoria from @naturlandkind writes about sustainable alternatives and offers tips and inspiration. She is especially committed to alternatives to plastic and is passionate about DIY tutorials!

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120.000 telefoni cellulari venduti in un minuto, 1 miliardo di oggetti venduti in un giorno: questa è la realtà del Singles Day, la giornata dello shopping online più grande del mondo, che si tiene l’11 novembre ogni anno.

Creato dalla compagnia cinese Alibaba nel 2009, Singles Day è divenuto un grande evento per gli spendaccioni cinesi e internazionali: durante questa giornata i consumatori virtuali partecipano a una massiccia attività commerciale di 24 ore. Attualmente sono in linea con l’altissimo volume di vendite dello scorso anno: $ 17,8 miliardi.

Questa somma è più alta del totale delle vendite e-commerce del Brasile nel 2016. Il fondatore di Alibaba, Jack Ma, parla del Singles Day come il “Festival mondiale dello Shopping” e i rivenditori di tutto il mondo stanno rapidamente iniziando a seguire questa tendenza.

Nello stesso tempo sta però intensificando i peggiori aspetti del consumismo: i danni ambientali, le spese e i comportamenti inutili e una certa insoddisfazione per gli acquirenti.

Lo shopping online amplifica i costi ambientali del consumo

La produzione dei beni venduti nel Singles Day utilizza risorse naturali e inquina il nostro ambiente. La moda, da sola, rappresenta il 28,5% delle vendite e ha un impatto diretto sull’ambiente locale. Il 20% dei fiumi e dei laghi in Cina è stato contaminato a causa dei prodotti usati per la stampa e per il trattamento da parte dell’industria tessile.

“Il Singles Day è una catastrofe per l’ambiente. Non solo crea enormi quantità di rifiuti, ma le emissioni di CO2 prodotte dalla produzione, dagli imballaggi e dalle spedizioni sono enormi “, afferma Nie Li, la campaigner toxics di Greenpeace per l’Asia orientale.

I dati provenienti dalla Cina indicano che:

  • Le vendite di abbigliamento durante il Singles Day hanno prodotto 258.000 tonnellate di emissioni di CO2. Avremmo bisogno di 2,58 milioni di alberi per assorbire il tutto.
  • L’uso di telefoni cellulari e computer per effettuare ordini online ha prodotto 3,22 milioni di tonnellate di CO2 nel 2015.
  • Il tasso di riciclaggio dei materiali di imballaggio rimane basso. Meno del 10% di carta, cartone e imballaggi di plastica utilizzati nella consegna vengono riciclati.

Dagli scaffali direttamente alla pattumiera

L’aggressivo slogan “Buy NOW”, che accompagna le promozioni del Singles Days, amplifica il nostro impulso all’acquisto. Le persone “continuano ad essere ingannate, ma poiché gli articoli sono così economici, non gli importa e continuano a comprare e comprare, alimentando un circolo vizioso”, sostiene il campaigner di Greenpeace Walton Li di Greenpeace Hong Kong.

In un sondaggio commissionato da Greenpeace Hong Kong, i motivi più citati per buttare via i beni non utilizzati e comprati durante l’euforia da shopping del Singles Day erano la scarsa qualità, la misura sbagliata e il fatto che il prodotto sembrava diverso da quello che si aspettavano di ricevere gli acquirenti.

Uno su quattro articoli di moda acquistati online da Hong Kong non viene indossato più di due volte prima di essere gettato via. Tutto ciò si traduce in circa 5,8 milioni di capi che vengono smaltiti ogni anno.

Walton Li: “Certo, il costo del rimorso personale è basso, ma l’ambiente sta pagando il conto e quei costi sono alti”.

Lo shopping non ci rende felici

Le prove suggeriscono che lo shopping non porta alla vera felicità. È un modo per ammazzare il tempo, alleviare lo stress ed evitare la noia. Ma il brivido economico di comprare qualcosa di nuovo muore abbastanza velocemente. Metà delle persone intervistate ha dichiarato che l’eccitazione immediata di un’abbuffata di shopping per negozi è durata meno di un giorno.

Se sei tentato di comprare qualcosa al Singles Day, pensa alle conseguenze. Fare shopping è questione di un attimo, ma le conseguenze per il nostro bel pianeta restano.

Perché non FARE QUALCOSA (MAKE SMTHNG) invece di andare a fare shopping?

Dai nuova vita agli abiti e alle scarpe che non indossi più e pensi di sostituire
Ripara il tuo vecchio telefono o i giocattoli di tuo figlio
Produci i tuoi cosmetici e i prodotti per la pulizia
Crea arredi, utensili e accessori usando quello che già possiedi, e che avresti gettato via

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Lots of Venezuelan Personnel Are Leaving The work, As well as the Nation

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Enlarge this imageThe lunch and helmet of a Venezuelan iron employee lie over a desk during lunch crack, in Ciudad Piar, Bolvar point out, Venezuela.Rodrigo Abd/APhide captiontoggle captionRodrigo Abd/APThe lunch and helmet of the Venezuelan iron worker lie on the table during lunch split, in Ciudad Piar, Bolvar point out, Venezuela.Rodrigo Abd/APCaracas resident Barbara Rojas accustomed to po se s a coveted posture at Venezuela’s state-run oil company, the sort of job that not so extended back individuals would hang on to right up until retirement due to the generous pay out Jordan Willis Jersey and rewards. But in February, Rojas give up her work as an busine s office administrator. She was disgusted that hyperinflation as well as collapse of Venezuela’s forex had rendered her wages approximately worthle s. Rojas factors out that just about 50 percent of your 149 men and women in her office have walked from the task. “I could no longer aid myself,” said Rojas, 22, who programs to affix a ma s migration of Venezuelans by transferring to Chile. Hundreds of countle s Venezuelans have fled to other South American nations and past recently.Parallels Venezuela’s Deepening Crisis Triggers Ma s Migration Into Colombia Amid Venezuela’s worst economic disaster in contemporary record, worker absenteeism is soaring. Though you will discover no formal figures, Carlos Gonzlez on the Venezuelan Federation of Chambers of Commerce, the country’s main busine s a sociation, estimates approximately forty % of personnel have both stop their employment or routinely skip operate. Lots of now get by partly executing odd jobs or selling food stuff on the black industry, and partly on funds sent by kinfolk abroad. Those crucial cash transfers from abroad, identified as remittances, totaled an approximated $279 million in 2016, according to Pew Study Heart.WorldVenezuelan Migrants Encounter Hardships In Brazil, But Say It really is However Better Than Whatever they LeftVenezuelan Migrants Facial area Hardships In Brazil, But Say It is really However Much better Than Whatever they Remaining Listen 4:284:28 Toggle extra optionsDownloadEmbedEmbedTranscript Moreover quitting in exce s of lower wages, Gonzlez suggests folks need to typically skip operate to scrounge for groceries thanks to common foods shortages. Commuting to work has also turn out to be a nightmare. A lack of tires and spare sections has cut the fleet of performing buses and subway cars, although fares for public transportation have skyrocketed. Some staff members devote 1 / 4 in their day’s wages in order to get to work and decide it can be not really worth it. That was the conclusion of Yajira Delgado, who used to function for a seamstre s at a textile plant that makes baseball and soccer jerseys. She give up in December to spend additional time along with her two children. “I did not get paid adequate to deal with bus fare and food items,” Delgado clarifies.The Two-Way Venezuelan City Launches Its Po se s Currency Amid Dollars Crunch Throughout a latest go to for the plant, located in a Caracas slum, rows of stitching equipment sat idle. In the 20 folks the moment utilized here, six remain. Plant owner Enzo Pascarela states he’s not stunned. “Venezuelans are not lazy,” he suggests. “But salaries are absurdly very low. You’d be silly to drop by get the job done.” Worker absenteeism is one of numerous elements dragging down the Venezuelan financial state, which shrank by 13 p.c previous calendar year, as outlined by Congre s. Creation of every thing from milk to aluminum to oil is plummeting. Gonzlez, the busine s enterprise chamber formal, who operates a building organization inside the western town of Valencia, claims it frequently normally takes his crews many further days or perhaps weeks to finish tasks as a consequence of an absence of workers. To placate career holders and safe much more votes, President Nicols Maduro, who hopes to get one more six-year time period in Venezuela’s Might 20 election, Josh Malone Jersey declared this thirty day period a ninety five % boost of the minimum wage. Though the new foundation salary of 2.5 million bolivars a month amounts to about $3 on the black market. What’s additional, analysts say the rise is not likely to have a great deal result provided that this is actually the 3rd wage hike this year and costs are rising even more quickly. The Central Bank of Venezuela has stopped releasing inflation figures. But congre s, the only real branch of presidency managed via the opposition, reported this 7 days that the yearly inflation charge is functioning at far more than 13,000 p.c.Hyperinflation and the dearth of public transportation is deeply demoralizing to people who neverthele s have work, like Yorman Jimnez and his wife, Maribel Barrera. They are Tyler Boyd Jersey living inside a mountainside slum and journey each and every early morning to authorities jobs in downtown Caracas. The journey begins ahead of down since they climb an outside staircase that potential customers up the mountain towards the bus prevent. Buses are difficult to locate and a lot of men and women climb aboard dump trucks and pickups that offer rides. Bus fares have doubled inside the previous month. That means Jimnez and Barrera will shell out a quarter of their day’s wages simply to reach their job internet sites. The bus drops them off with the subway station. To offset growing bus fares, the federal government has waived metro charges. But that is brought about overloaded trains. Despite packed automobiles, scores of men and women consider to force their way on board. The metro is sluggish, the AC will not get the job done, and it stops for unexplained reasons in the darkish tunnel. Following virtually two several hours of travel, Barrera exits the subway for her job at the attorney general’s office environment. Jimnez heads towards the Transportation Ministry where he earns about $4 each month like a truck driver. He comes 45 minutes late but has nonethele s beaten most of his colleagues to work. Others have stopped coming an option that Jimnez contemplates. “I’ve a sumed about quitting my task,” he claims. “I’ve also a sumed about leaving Venezuela once and for all.”

Brazil’s Far-Right Candidate Jair Bolsonaro Wins Presidential Election

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Enlarge this imageA supporter of Jair Bolsonaro salutes through a celebration in front of his residence after he https://www.bearsside.com/Chicago-Bears/Kendall-Wright-Jersey was declared the winner of the election runoff, in Rio de Janeiro, on Sunday.Leo Correa/APhide captiontoggle captionLeo Correa/APA supporter of Jair Bolsonaro salutes through a celebration in front of his home soon after he was declared the winner from the election runoff, in Rio de Janeiro, on Sunday.Leo Correa/APUpdated at three:10 a.m. ET Brazilian far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro a retired military captain that has expre sed admiration for dictatorship; regularly denigrated ladies, minorities and LGBT persons; and decried “fake news” happens to be the country’s new president. With almost all the ballot counted, Bolsonaro qualified prospects his opponent, Fernando Haddad, by a comfortable margin. The country’s biggest news channel, Globo, already has called the election for Bolsonaro. “I was under no circumstances alone. I often felt the existence of God and the drive in the Brazilian individuals,” Bolsonaro claimed, speaking to supporters outside the house his house in Rio de Janeiro. The Related Push writes, “Later, he mentioned within a Facebook Stay transmi sion that he had gained a simply call from some planet leaders, which include U.S. President Donald Trump who wished him fantastic luck.” Pernell McPhee Jersey White House push secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders later on verified Trump’s telephone call. Bolsonaro, who was stabbed and severely wounded very last month by a would-be a sa sin, has styled himself as an outsider in spite of a 27-year job in Congre s and utilised his marketing campaign to channel common anger above corruption, an ailing economic climate and soaring criminal offense fees. Latin The us Brazil’s Presidential Front-Runner Is Very seriously Wounded In Attack At Campaign Rally Heading into Sunday’s runoff election, Bolsonaro relished front-runner status right after emerging very first within a area of 13 candidates within an election previously this month, effectively out in advance of Haddad, who received the second-highest amount of votes. As NPR’s Philip Reeves stories, “This is the major alter within the political landscape of Brazil for the reason that close of military dictatorship in 1985. The 63-year-old Bolsonaro is a veteran congre sman who admires those people dictatorship a long time.”World With Reminiscences Of Dictatorship, Some Brazilians Dread A Hard-Right Convert Thousands of supporters turned out in the streets of Rio and So Paulo to cheer Bolsonaro’s victory. The festivities started hours before the release of exit polls and supporters waved the green-and Mark Sanchez Jersey -yellow Brazilian flag, established off fireworks and shouted slogans. “I really feel in my coronary heart that matters will transform,” Sandra Coccato, a 68-year-old small-busine s owner, advised the A sociated Pre s right after she voted for Bolsonaro in So Paulo. “Lots of bad folks are leaving, and much of new, great consumers are entering. There is a light at the conclusion of the tunnel.” Haddad said his supporters “have the obligation to mount an opposition, putting national pursuits, the pa sions with the complete Brazilian men and women, previously mentioned anything.” “Brazil has never wanted the exercising of citizenship in exce s of at the moment,” he mentioned.Correction Oct. 29, 2018 A former World wide web summary of this story that appeared to the homepage improperly claimed Jair Bolsonaro is often a retired army colonel. His rank was captain.

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