Total Tally (a quick post)

250.000 people in 11 marches in the main cities in Brazil.

100.000 in Rio de Janeiro and 65.000 in  São Paulo, according to the latest numbers.

There were people in the roof of the Congress building. In the roof! It took five hours to get everyone out.

The mainstream press doesn’t know what to do with the information. There are no main political parties attached to the marches. Everything is organized over the internet. Theso called indolent middle class is in the thick of it, in the streets. It is not what they were used to have.

Hell, it is not what I am used to see either, and I have seen some weird stuff before…

More in a moment – my son is calling.

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