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  • This public congratulation from the US is a sign of new times, times of prosperity,unity and meritocracy.
    Surely booth countries will work together and we will also change the culture that try to keep Brazil away from US
    You said earlier that the only protesters you didn't consider culturally bankrupt were monarchists. Why?
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    they are by definition critical of the republican project of the oligarchs, even if most of the time for the wrong reasons, and they participate (I don't know if every monarchist does, but the ones I knew did) in catholical organizations like the Opus Dei.
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    They have a clear political agenda, historical justification and intellectual history. That makes them not culturally bankrupt.
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    But I don't consider all the other protesters culturally bankrupt. Protesters on the left represent the popular element, even if that representation most of the time fails to be anything more than a highly intellectualized cultural connection, but it's there: quilombolas, retirantes, sem-terra, sem-teto, etc.
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