In Brazil, where racial mixing is welcome, social integration doesn’t equal economic equality
The Washington Post 2013-03-17: RIO DE JANEIRO — Many Brazilians cast their country as racial democracy where people of different groups long have intermarried, resulting in a large mixed-race population. But you need only turn on the TV, open the newspaper or stroll down the street to see clear evidence of segregation. In Brazil, whites are at the top of the social pyramid, dominating professions of wealth, prestige and power. Dark-skinned people are at the bottom of the heap, left to clean up after others and take care of their children and the elderly. read more ...
They are what we call here false gated communities or false condominiums
Brazilian citizens requires respect to their human rights and their liberty of go and come on public streets and beaches
As Rio de Janeiro prepares to host two of the world's biggest international events -- the World Cup in 2014 and Olympic Games in 2016 -- the city is working to "clean up" its image.
But nothing is done to provide security , freedom and justice to thousands of citizens , retired and elderly persons explored by "false condominiums" that usurped public streets and beaches to gain money against federal constitution and law .
Watch : LUIZ GEORG KUNZ fight for his freedom and to keep his house arrested by false condominium
Leiam o excelente artigo-denuncia da DEFESA POPULAR contra o "ativismo judicial" desprovido de fundamentação legal, que afronta a autoridade das Cortes Supremas do Brasil para condenar cidadãos a perderem suas moradias, casas proprias , unico bem de familia , intitulado "NÃO RESPEITAR A HIERAQUIA INSTITUCIONAL É PROMOVER O CAOS SOCIAL " postada em 19 de abril de 2013 em http://defesapopular.blogspot.com.br/
Open Letter to BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT against BRAZIL´s HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
I direct this twofold letter to the Human Rights Watch office, Poststrasse 4/5, Berlim.