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However, wouldn't it also be fair to say that the paranoia of alleged US imperialism in Latin America is often a bit overboard and over-simplified as well? How quickly the tables turn. How can you stand living in the belly of the beast? Besides, it is a whole different issue to "talk" to people on the Internet and to have actually lived in different countries. I am a great admirer of Clinton, who had a very good International Politic, 8 years without wars.

Bush only needed a couple! Secondly I could start name companies that have fabrics in third world countries because they are cheaper like Nike, Levi's, productions in the apparel industry that many times are also employers of children. I am not denying the faults my country has, otherwise I would be acting just like you, but that is one difference, Brazilians do not deny them. Many times we fought, we go to the streets, we risk our lives.

The issue is that you shouldn't be talking about things you don't know, and ask further about the things you read on the newspaper. If you don't question your self and do not accept the fact that other truths might be at hand then you are being dogmatic only. I do not believe America is a beast, nevertheless it's people, but liberty of expression does exist and if I have more information than you to criticize then I should do so. I love my country, but that doesn't stop me from criticizing it, when things are going too bad!

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Ethnocentrism limits our options and our perspective towards the world. About the companies in Amazonia, the only reason why I don't name them to you and I never said that only American companies devastated it, but they were there as well, and I admit, many times behind corporate shields, and along with Brazilian Companies , because this under investigation and project of the University I used to attend.

Furthermore, I don't believe you are the most qualified people to judge us about devastation and preservation, considering you have killed all your Native Americans, and devastated most of your forests, so we could have the way of life we do. Brazil has one of the biggest protected areas for native Brazilians, and even though many of them are now alcoholics and deal the wood on their preservations, many have never had contact with civilized man. Besides, think with me, for real, not with hate or any kind of judgment because we are having this little "thing" here, but what would you think USA would do if Amazonia was in America, with all the gold, diamonds and natural resources there?

Of course it would use it, like it did with those that are here already.

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We might be mistaking in many things but we have good people there trying to fight it, people that are giving their time, away from their families, and I didn't talk to anyone about it, I saw it, I was there. Just think about it, just give it a chance that the world and the Elites are about power and money.

Lula has been in our lives for many years, we were there, we talked to him, we didn't watched on the news, or we didn't read in a magazine, so maybe you should give credit for what we say. Brazilians aren't about war, just read about it. In history that you seem to know so little about. We are about soccer and carnaval, and we are about minding our own business. We only want to raise our kids in a better Brazil, and be more nationalist. The big preoccupation of the international market behind excuses like he being friends with Fidel isn't the friendship per se, but that Mr.

Silva was going to be way more strict to international trades, etc than previous presidents have been. We are mostly worried about millions of people that do not have what to eat, and as an American you should be happy that the biggest DEMOCRACY in Latin American showed maturity to change and give better hope to its people. Furthermore, I'd like to state right now that the original poster of this message is a startingly stark example of the typical ignorant American boob; the kind of guy H.

Mencken would be lambasting today if he were still alive.

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I would like to point out a few flaws in your arguements, however: 1 "I am a psychologist, so I understand human nature" If you believe this, then you certainly didn't listen very carefully during your required sociology classes at the university. Psychological reality is not social reality. Individuals in the aggregate are a different kind of phenomenon than individuals on their own. The American empire doesn't exist because every individual American gets a thrill out of excersizing power: it exists because a handful of very rich, very powerful Americans want it to.

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Their interests are not the same as those of the vast majority of Americans they rule. You raise an interesting point when you ask why the masses of Americans don't rise up and overthrow the crooks in power. That they "feel good about oppressing others because this is human nature" is not the answer, however. Sometimes, however, they sit like a lump on the log while injustices occur, just like the Americans are doing now. You're probably too young to remember what things were like back in I suggest you read some of the many books written by activists from that time.

The one thing they all agree upon was the fact that their struggle against the dictatorship was completely removed from the concerns of the average Brazilain "man in the street". There are around 1,, Indians in the U. Many of these Indians have a culture and lifestyle that is quite different from that of your "average" American.


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I've worked on reservations in both Brazil and the U. American variety. Brazilian Girl, I really think you don't know what you're talking about here. Clinton fought a major war against Serbia, don't you remember? Hell, that's just what I remember off the top of my head. Oh yeah! There was also the U. However much you like him in comparison with Bush, Clinton was not a man of peace. In fact, he represented the same elite American interests that Bush now represents, though admittedly, he was more mediagenic. Brazilian Girl, like the Americans you criticize, you seem to be very poorly informed about issues which you are willing to fight over.

The only "human nature" I see being demonstrated here is a sort of brute tribalism: i. That's not an unmodifiable flaw written into human character, honey, it's ignorant prejudice and it dissappears when you educate yourself and show some sympathy for the other fellow. Secondly, I believe you haven't study Psychology ever in your life, human nature is linked to human behavior, and human behavior is many times, not always, not all the time predictable.

Which includes survival instincts. I am against wars period. Thirdly, I do remember the wars Mr. Clinton was a part of, but I was talking about a so flagrant "no reason at all for war" that's been happening right now. As we learn in English classes, it is not necessary to say that it was my opinion, my view, but it looks like I have to point that out now. I didn't think I was supposed to explain myself in every detail, considering that everybody here had some brain synapses working. The post was just one point of view, on one issue, but you preferred to look at it in a simplistic, stereotypical way.

The truth has many faces; it depends where we are looking from. Clinton had no wars?

And it's Americans that are naive and do not know what goes on outside it's borders? This has to be a joke. But I admit, I love irony.

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First of all, I never denied anything about the US, it's actions outside it's borders, or the alleged naivete of it's people. In this thread, I have only argued the context in which US foreign policy was conducted. Whether you or I agree or disagree with the reasons behind it is irrelevant. Our opinions do not change the facts. Thanks for the enlightening bit of info about the US having factories in third world countries. NO ONE knew that, you need to tell the media so the world can know. YOU said it was being devestated by US companies and pharmaceuticals.

Now you can't name the list of companies involved because it's a super secret investigation of the university you no longer attend? You're a joke.

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Then you go on to say this little diddy: "We only want to raise our kids in a better Brazil, and be more nationalist. Thank you "Mistress of the Obvious". It's just, I am not a fan of left wing solutions. And I am allowed that right, correct? Also, the history you claim I don't know, seems to support my point of view. However, maybe Lula will do it right, we'll just have to wait and see. I direct your own advice right back at you: "If you don't question your self and do not accept the fact that other truths might be at hand then you are being dogmatic only. But in the past few years Anita Roddick's reputation has suffered more than a few bruises.

The founder of Body Shop has been accused of several unethical business practices including the exploitation of the Brazilian Kayapo Indians. In Brazil, Latin America's largest country and the twelfth largest economy in the world, Amazonian Indians are demarcating their territories, making it illegal for outsiders to enter without permission.

Brazilian Indians are pressuring the government to recognize their intellectual property rights to pharmaceuticals developed by international drug companies after the Indians shared their traditional knowledge and plants with researchers. As I said in the post where I retreat the "misanderstanding" about Clinton and whatever, my inttention was only to show that there are other truths, nothing more. If you teel me that there are many Americans actually helping Brazil in many ways I am going to agree with you.

I also believe that we have to be humble enough to admit that there things we don't know, some we do, and some we only have partial knowledge about. I used to have a completely different view of Americans, the American People, today I do know, talking about those I met, that Americans are good people, warm and happy. Nayve, as I said before, were my teachers words.

Not in a sense to humiliate or to make it less, but in a sense of not knowing that some truths might be different. As you talked about Lula, yes you do have the right to think he might be a new Fidel, and I have the right to say that you might be wrong.