1st challenge: squeeze the combine thru the new anti-scrambler barrier…which I LOVE… when I don’t have to get a 4m wide combine thru to access our last field🤦
🙏 To local Councillor Amanda Smith for making sh!t happen when she got a panicky call 2/5 pic.twitter.com/XgSk5W7ID1
5/5 The good news? They were all gone in 10mins, didn’t leave a scrap behind them, & no hassle. All Brazilians down from Dublin. God help me if they’d been Irish🤐🙈
And we are GO. pic.twitter.com/ygqYsoHF8t
I have lived in Dublin since 2014. In 2016 I suffered a stroke while working as a Software Engineer. Since then I’ve been recovering and making videos for YouTube.
Some Irish friends advised me to send you my video ‘It’s Worse In Ireland’ where I get to talk about some of the the things I (and many other Brazilians) believe are worse here when compared with Brazil (my native country).
It’s not a very serious video as I mainly make comedy videos.
From left: People Profit TD Gino Kenny, Guarani- Kaiowa Chief, Cacique Ladio Veron and Solidarity TD Richard Boyd Barrett, helped highlight the “suffering, injustice and persecution being inflicted on the Guarani-Kaiowá” including the murder of 891 indigenous killed between 2013 and 2017, of which 426 were in Mato Grosso do Sul.
The Ubatuba House, built on a steep hill overlooking the Brazilian coast – a 10m x 10m x 6m high concrete box with a bottom floor veranda, first floor kitchen and second floor living area with bedrooms and bathroom. Two smaller adjacent units accommodate a parking area, custodian house, mechanical space, and swimming pool.
I was at the impeachment protest with my partner, who is from Sao Paulo, and talked to a few Brazilian people living in Ireland to get their take on what is going on. There were and are certainly differences in opinion and politics, but all of the people there agreed that the impeachment is illegal, corrupt and undemocratic. I took a couple of videos of people having their say, hopefully you can post as your readers might be interested.