For colleagues to understand WHERE Brazil travels on, below a text from journalist commenting (*) the incident where a former minister was arrested out in a hospital with his sick wife.
The philosopher Vladimir Safatle gave an interview to the DCM program at TVT in which formulated a reflection on the division of our society.
"Brazil faced once and for all that is not a country. It is completely divided. It has never been a country. Only occupy the same territory, "he said.
"We can not even form a unified narrative of the military dictatorship, a red line saying 'here' not pass and this will never take place."
This limit has not been established in 64 coup and apparently not the abuse of Operation Lava jet. We are, it seems, the land of anything goes.
The amount of people applauding the omnipotence of Sergio Moro and his men for months, in the name of justice, it is a worrying sign.
It's all cool, the institutions are working. To be an obvious example, the Holocaust was legal in Germany.
Every citizen should be guaranteed a chance to defend themselves against the state.
For those who are happy with the authoritarianism of the show, the question to be asked is, and when you? And when with your family?
And if your lawyer is bugged?
And your your child or your parent are conducted coercively to a police station?
And if your mother or your wife have a leaked process?
And if you're stuck in a hospital, while following someone who is undergoing a delicate treatment?
The Mantega lawyer pointed out that "public and individual freedoms are sequestered in Brazil and the captivity of them is in the state of Parana in Curitiba".
We reached the age where some are more equal than others. That's what they wanted?
The limit that was not in the narrative the dictatorship frayed still not exist today. A healthy society would have put a stop.
But Brazil is not a healthy society.