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Articles written by Ricardo Araújo Pereira

The maan that gaive jumps (and kickss to the grammmar)

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The maan that gaive jumps (and kickss to the grammmar)

We are indeed a very peculiar country. We had election and, based on what we’ve seen and eard during the campaign, we mainly voted for the parties that signed an agreement with the troika which is, let’s say, hard to fulfill. But someone please tell me exactly how many, even among those who voted for [...]

February 7, 2013 Author: Ricardo Araújo Pereira

Notes on finances (and chimpanzees)

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Notes on finances (and chimpanzees)

After reflecting a little about the subject, it occurred to me that perhaps it will be important if someone presented Vítor Gaspar [Portuguese Minister of Finances] to a human being. [...]

December 6, 2012 Author: Ricardo Araújo Pereira

Letter from Angela Merkel to the Portuguese

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Letter from Angela Merkel to the Portuguese

Let me first start by clarifying that when I say “my dear” [caros in portuguese], I do value my words. In fact, you are more and more mine, and you continue to be quite expensive [caros as well in portuguese]. There is already an ongoing process that will make you a little bit cheaper, although [...]

November 22, 2012 Author: Ricardo Araújo Pereira

Why is Politics dead?

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Why is Politics dead?

The first is that politics is dead because it is no longer necessary. The dream of our ancestor is finally fulfilled. Portuguese now live in a Northern country. We pay taxes like North Europeans and we have the quality of life of North Africa. We are a country where not even Américo Amorim(1) considers himself [...]

December 30, 2011 Author: Ricardo Araújo Pereira