24 Feb 2009

NASA UFO Footage STS-48

Only to keep our minds "running down", let's have a look at this footage shown below. It's a very rare film and it's from the live STS-48 NASA, 1991.
The only explanation NASA have told till now it that all we see are "debris".


video

It's interesting, ins't it?

23 Feb 2009

Brazilian Carnival



It’s Carnival time in Brazil. Do you know what does it mean? Well, it means that people can play a lot and each state in the whole country has its own party.

The most famous parties take place in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Recife and Salvador.
Some people take part in those parties only to make sex. Yep, Carnival also means SEX and ORGY.

During those days of joy, people take advantage of this to celebrate SEX. Then, ordinary women and men, in the course of celebration, forget its reputation and principles - and sometimes its husbands and spouses - only to make sex. It’s one of the issues because so many foreigners come to Brazil during Carnival, mainly in Rio - It’s a kind of sexual tourism.


If you observe, you’ll see that in the entire parade, the less clothes the performer use, the most attention she/he will get, of course.
Brazil is a sexual country.

Of course I enjoy sex a lot, nevertheless, it should not be our “business card” around the world. In reason of this, Brazilian women are not respected (I lived in London and could see how foreigners threat Brazilian girls). However WE - Brazilians - sell this image to the world! Am I wrong? When you think of Brazil you’ll remember beer, beach and women wearing small bikinis.


Yes..., I enjoy all this. However I’m Brazilian and it is my right.


I hope one day the world can take Brazil seriously (if we show this seriousness to the world).


Let me enjoy my Carnival now...

21 Feb 2009

Nice week!


What a wonderful week I had! 101% better!

Thank you, God!

7 Feb 2009

Hamas has been attacking Israel, again

Since I have started writing through this Blog, one of the most important matter I have been writing of, concerns about Israeli attacks on Gaza. It has reverberated some important discussions about this issue with some of you, readers, which stuffed my e-mail box with all kinds of (important) messages.

This week, as all of you know, Hamas has attacked Israel again!
Well, up to that point I was peeved about how Israel had responded to Hamas’ strikes, by destroying everything, including women and children - what I still think it’s a cowardice (to kill children should always be a war crime). Nevertheless, let’s see what Hamas has been doing now to Israel: they suffered an ‘almost’ convincing licking and even so, are still provoking Israel by firing rockets!

How could it be possible? Are they so bird-minded to do not be able to understand that Israel will respond with ‘disproportionate’ force again? Is Hamas thinking that by doing it the world still will see them as victims of a superpower?

Hamas, besides being a military group (or terrorist, as you might wish), is showing to the globe that is a band of stupid! Now, I can realise, Hamas deserves it!
Palestinians should be strong enough to get rid of a group which has been destroying its own dignity. Do they want get a land? Do they want be respected around the world? So, first of all, they must accept Israel as a country and choose a reliable leader to lead them. Then they will be able to live respectably, such any country on Earth.

For the time being, Israel must continue its ‘disproportionate’ attack on Gaza; it looks like Palestinians are asking for it. But, if it's possible, Israel should avoid, at least, to kill children...


Hamas' victims

1 Feb 2009

Cesare Battisti - a political refugee in Brazil

Battisti was convicted in Italy for a series of crimes, including bank robberies and assassinations, and now he is a political refugee in Brazil.

First sentenced for 12 years under the charge of participating in an armed group, he fled to France. Later he was tried in absentia and sentenced for four murders.

He was arrested in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 18 March 2007 by Brazilian and French police. Later, our "honorable" Tarso Genro , brazilian Minister of Justice, granted him the status of political refugee, in a controversial decision which was much criticized in Italy, whereas divided Brazilian and international press opinion.

What let me frustrated is to know that our government support those kinds of people. Our own government is originated from guerrilla or, as they like to say, from "revolutionary" people.

I would like to see Italy teaching a lesson to Brazil by showing that its law must be respected.

Unfortunately, my country only supports who is good for nothing. It's shameful.

The only nice think on all this matter is to learn that president Lula and his partisans are showing their faces before the world. A face that, for long time, had been hidden behind a broad and "simple" smile.

Please, do not think all Brazilians are like them! I'm not, for sure.