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Hoje o 5Dias conta com um texto de Arnaldo Gonçalves que consiste num tributo a Hannah Arendt. Vale a pena ler, nestes tempos em que a segurança amarfanha liberdades e que o autor, seguindo uma pista da celebrada, designa de Sombrios. Carlos Trincão – já não o líamos desde a semana passada! –colabora com uma breve apresentação do poeta turco Orhan Veli Kanik. Por fim, temos a participação de Ana Anes, que faz um significativo updating da imprensa rosa choque.
Uma grande salganhada, portanto. Agradeço a todos a doação.
Mais tarde, e como já vai sendo hábito, volto cá e trago mais uma sopinha de letras.

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  1. xatoo diz:

    o sr. Ivan Nunes achou “bastante divertida” a entrevista de FHC aí acima com os comentários em off.
    É notável como ninguém faz notar como o ex-Presidente FHC em vésperas de vir embora negociou com o FMI acordos de empréstimos a longo prazo, que condicionaram de modo decisivo a governação de Lula, atrelando-a inapelavelmente às politicas neoliberais.
    o sr Ivan considera-se de esquerda ( e já agora o FHC também) depois de produzir uma longa lenga-lenga sem focar os pontos essenciais para a compreensão do que passa no Brasil?

  2. Andrew diz:

    Dramatic!

  3. Andrew diz:

    Dear Joana,
    If liberty is an absolute ideal then you are one of those nasty libertarians…

    There is a threat (or maybe you believe that there is not a threat, in which case I simply do not know what to say). We need security. Security maximises, indeed makes possible, some of our most elementary liberties. It is rather difficult to be free while being bombed. Maybe you think this is an exageration and that all is well. Security perverts liberties, no doubt (and here I am in agreement with you). Is there another way?? Can you think of a strategy in which our sacrosanct liberties are entirely preserved while guaranteeing security? It seems that you want what the yanks call: “Having your cake and eating it too.” I do not think times are “sonbrios.” Quite the contrary. They seem ok to me, given the cirsumstances.

  4. Andrew diz:

    If liberty is an absolute ideal then you are one of those nasty libertarians… (just jokin) 🙂

    Have a pleasant weekend! I am going dancin with me nutter girlfriend, here. 🙂

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    beijins

  5. Andrew diz:

    Dear Xatoo,

    The brazilian government-state makes the mafia look like mother Theresa of Calcutta. Is this clear enough, or do you need a more substantive explanation? International politics is a nasty business. It has been so for quite some time. All of these are basic propositions, easily acessible even to the most rudimentary mind. The equation is simple: internal vulnerabilities lead to external exploitation. If Brazil had its house in order, it would be far more difficult to corrupt the regime. It is true that sometimes external forces do contribute to, or even produce, internal problems, such as corruption. Yet, it is blatantly false to sugggest that it is the IMF and the World Bank that is responsible for Lulas disastrous policies and for the endemic corruption found within the state and government. I do understand that this fits nicely into your well established cognitive scheme (neo-marxist or neo-something…) but, empirically, it does not hold much water. Indeed, it is vaguely reminiscent of a certain kind of religious moralising…Please be honest!

  6. xatoo diz:

    Dear Andrew
    “internal vulnerabilities lead to external exploitation” of course,
    so, tell us who brings the corruption from outside, doing “good business” with “Coroneis”
    pls be honest too, ehehe

  7. andrew diz:

    it takes two to tango, innit? But the crucial question is this: it is easier to intervene at the national, internal, level because of the existence of well estbld institutional and normative structures(such as constitutional …hold on, I just remembered reading something abt this very topic some months ago when I was very briefly incarcerated in the Solomon islands…hold on a moment..>back soon

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