Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Brazilian Revolution speeds up its pace

Overseas Security Advisory Council: "More than 8,000 Brazilian landless activists surrounded the central bank on Thursday and threatened a big fight over land next year unless they get more public money to speed up land reform."

The Pandora´s box was opened. Last week several "independent" protesters movements swept the country. It is a clear sign of the surface of a revolutionary act that was going somehow underground until now.
Although all the sound and fury, the relationship between these movements and the government kept unchanged.
It´s somehow strange for many people but not for me. It is a classic approach called "scissors strategy" when yoou have two opposite movements - like blades - coming from differents sides, but coordinated. We are in the middle...

There´s no other way to explain this happenings.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...