Amigos amigos

Leia-se «A fraqueza de Israel», do Rui Tavares, hoje no «Público». Obrigatório.

Abrindo já apetites:

«E que péssimos amigos tem Israel! Em primeiro lugar, são autoproclamados, coisa bizarra. Em segundo lugar, sentem-se no direito de decretar quem mais pode ou não ser “amigo de Israel”. E, principalmente, acham que a amizade implica justificar todas as acções, incitar todas as reacções, arremeter contra todas as críticas.»

E referem-se Helena Matos, Pacheco Pereira, VGM.

30 thoughts on “Amigos amigos”

  1. “”Reagir? Mas a presente crise no Líbano não eclodiu a propósito da captura de dois soldados israelitas pelo Hezbollah? Que eu saiba, a vaga de lançamentos de foguetes já foi uma retaliação à retaliação da retaliação, etc…”

    O LR tem escrito repetidamente, em posts ou em comentários noutros blogs, que o Hezbollah só lançou misseis sobre as populações civis de israel após ter sido atacado e que tudo começou com os raptos dos soldados. O que é mentira. Das duas, uma: ou o LR sabe o que aconteceu e então é mentiroso; ou o LR não sabe o que aconteceu, é incompetente e não deveria andar a escrever de assuntos sobre os quais está tão mal-informado.

    Dr. Cordobés,
    “A presente crise no Líbano foi desencadeada pela captura dos dois soldados. Certo? De resto, nunca neguei que o Hezbollah já tinha o hábito destestável de bombardear às cegas cidades israelitas, pois não?
    Dedique-se só aos touros que fica melhor.”

    Certo? Não, errado. COmo disse, e mantenho, das duas, uma: O LR ou mente; ou é simplesmente ignorante e fala do que não sabe.

    E aqueles que, para lá de mentirem, nem admitem que o fazem, são amigos de quem?

  2. Suponho que seja agradável deixar cair,numa noite de sábado,escudado por um Glenlivet,que sempre se admirou Israel,os israelitas e se lê o Haaretz diariamente…É sempre bom não esquecer que,em muitos casos,se defendeu aguerridamente a causa palestiniana,antes de falar assim,agora que esse assunto não está em questão.

  3. O que eu dizia ha uns dias veio hoje a confirmar-se na entevista ao Diário de Aveiro (http://www.diarioaveiro.pt/11714.htm) em que Herminio Loureiro depois de ter anunciado na conferencia de imprensa da sua apresentação a candidato da liga que e passo a citar: “a politica deixará de contar comigo”, “abandonarei todos os cargos politicos”, “comigo nao haverá acumulação de cargos”

    Vem agora o dito cujo em entrevista dizer o seguinte:

    Vai abandonar os seus cargos políticos?
    Para cargos executivos, a política deixará de contar comigo, disse-o com clareza. Mas com a mesma frontalidade sublinhei que não acredito que o futebol deva auto-excluir-se da sociedade. Se os arquitectos, os engenheiros, empresários, presidentes de empresas, grandes advogados, jornalistas e outras classes estão no Parlamento, qual é a razão para o futebol se excluir? Também não embarco no discurso fácil e populista.

    E esta?
    Vale de facto a pena avisar os dirigentes desportivos, os politicos do governo, os da outra oposição, a comunicação social, os comentadores e o público em geral desta cambalhota e desta vergonha.

  4. E estranho esta moda da esquerda ser anti-israel, e que hostoria e essa de reaccao desmesurada…eu gostava de ver o hezbolla com o mesmo armamento que israel tem e depois falava-mos.

  5. não dá para tirar dali a publicidade ao blogue da zazie? para chatice já bastam os anúncios do viagra no blogue do outro

  6. E estranho esta moda da direita portuguesa, ser caninamente pró Israel, mas claro a sua devoção a Bush, tudo justifica.

    Será que espera um convite do Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros de Israel, para passar umas férias com tudo pago , como sucedeu com o director do Publico, José Manuel Fernandes.

    Ou espera um contrato para propagandista do exercito de Israel, como tão dedicada e profissionalmente o tem sido a senhora dona Marcia Rodrigues.

    Mas despachem-se com os ataques aos depósitos de petroleo, e com o desastre ambiental que Israel hoje provocou, dentro de algum tempo as praias daquela zona não são aconselhadas.

  7. Lembra-me as discussões estéreis e exarcebadas. No calor dos argumentos e contra-argumentos vai subindo o tom. No fim já ninguém sabe quem disse o quê, e o pior, quem tem razão!
    Numa guerra é assim: Tudo começa com um “espirro” e de golpe de corrente em golpe de corrente chega-se ao estado febril, à “gripalhada”!
    Lembrem-se de uma coisa muito simples: Numa guerra, como numa discussão, seja de que lado se esteja no início, perdeu-se toda a razão!

  8. It was also reported that
    Hezbollah fired from the vicinity of five UN positions at Alma Ash Shab, At Tiri, Bayt Yahoun, Brashit, and Tibnin.

    The number of troops in some
    Ghanaian battalion positions is somewhat reduced because of the increased
    safety risk for the troops due to frequent incidents of Hezbollah firing from
    the vicinity of the positions, and shelling and bombardment close to the
    positions from the Israeli side.

    http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/missions/unifil/pr012.pdf

  9. There is a huge amount of anger here about what is happening in Lebanon, but it is not all the result of Israeli bombs, missiles and artillery.

    “Of course I am angry,’’ said Hamid Akbari, 30, a deliveryman. “All our income is going to Palestine and Hezbollah.”

    For decades, Iran
    has been Hezbollah’s prime patron, helping create it as a Shiite Muslim
    militia and then nurture it with money, expertise and weapons. But now
    that Hezbollah is in the midst of full-blown fighting with Israel, Iranian officials have been adamant in insisting that they had nothing to do with the events that set off the crisis.

    Part
    of the reason may be fear, or concern, that the United States and
    Europe would punish Iran, if it were proved otherwise. But Iranian
    officials may have a wary eye on their public. In interviews in central
    Tehran Saturday, person after person said the same thing: Iran should
    worry about Iran’s problems and not be dragged down by others’ battles.

    “We Iranians have a saying,” said Ali Reza Moradi, 35, a
    portrait artist who works in a small booth downtown. “We should save
    our own house first and then save the mosque. A lot of people think
    this way. The government should help its people first, and then help
    the people in Lebanon.”

    […]

    But the picture in Iran itself is a bit more nuanced. Although Iran
    sits atop one of the largest known oil reserves, it cannot refine
    enough gasoline to meet its own needs — and so prices are rising. Mr.
    Ahmadinejad may have been elected on a populist economic message, but
    on the streets people report more pain, more unemployment and higher
    prices.

    […]

    “Let them fight with each other until they get tired,” said Reza
    Muhammadi, 33, who runs a small grocery in the center of town. “Arab
    countries are not supporting Hezbollah, but my country is? They are
    giving my share to the Arabs.”

    Mr. Muhammad said he worked six
    days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. to feed his family. So, he said, he
    had no tolerance for his government’s financial commitments abroad.
    “One percent of our budget has been approved by my Parliament to give
    to Palestine,” he said. “Why should I not get angry about this?”

  10. Not all villages in southern Lebanon are Shiite. Just above the abandoned SLA base at the old Majidiyya estate on the Lebanon-Israel border sits a small, quiet Druse village called Mari. You will not find Mari on any maps, but at the beginning of the current conflict Mari found itself caught between the Israeli Air Force, which apparently wanted to avoid bombing the village directly, and Hizbullah, which wanted to enter the town at all costs. You see, Mari’s location would provide the militia an excellent overview of the Israeli city of Kiryat Shmona (and the settlement of Metulla, which is closer but much smaller), and finding a way to operate there would give Hizbullah increased civilian cover for their Katyusha rocket fire.

    http://blissstreetjournal.blogspot.com/2006/07/siege-of-mari.html

  11. The situation in Ain Ebel is unbearable. Thousands of civilians have fled to the village from nearby villages and more than 1000 rockets have hit the village, there is no more food neither clean water and diseases r spreading.

    Now here comes the most sickening part:
    Hezbollah has been firing rockets from the village since Day 1 hiding behind innocent people’s places and even CHURCHES. No one is allowed to argue with the Hezbollah gunmen who wont hesitate to shoot you and i ve heard about more than one shooting incident including young men from the village and Hezbollah.
    Urgent appeals have been done through phone calls from terrified people who wouldnt give out their name fearing Hezbollah might harm or even eliminate them.

    This is the true image of our brave Islamic Resistance, putting the civilians and their homes as body shields to the Israeli bombardements.

    Let the message spread and let those criminals move out of the village once and for all.
    Free Ain Ebel from the terrorists !

    http://www.ouwet.com/n10452/editorials/free-ain-ebel-from-hezbollah-invasion/

  12. Enquanto o Povo Libanês é sacrificado, o Grande Líder passeia-se em Damasco…

    Iran – A top Iranian envoy was in Syria
    on Thursday for talks on the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict, in a gathering
    of the Lebanese guerrilla’s two key sponsors, according to Iranian news
    reports.

    Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah was taking part in the
    session, according to Kuwait’s Al-Siyassah newspaper, known for its
    opposition to the Syrian regime. It said the meeting was designed to
    discuss ways to maintain supplies to Hezbollah fighters with “Iranian
    arms flowing through Syrian territories.”

    The newspaper said it learned of the meeting from “well-informed
    Syrian sources” it did not identify. It said Nasrallah was moving
    through Damascus with Syrian guards in an intelligence agency car. He
    was dressed in civilian clothes, not his normal clerical garb.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060727/ap_on_re_mi_ea/mideast_fighting_hezbollah

  13. The Just War reading of proportionality, which began with Augustine, does have a jus in bello aspect which is not mentioned in the article. It is based on the idea of nationalism, which was once an ideal for whom men held great hopes. Like some advocates of democracy promotion today, advocates of nationalism believed that it could bring an end to war — or at least lessen it notably.
    The idea was that every group of people had a unique take on life, and needed its own space so that it could have laws that accorded with that take. Scots needed to be Scots, not ruled by English laws; the same for the Irish. The same for the Slavs. The same, some argued, for the Jews.

    When such nations came to exist, they were seen as having a real sovereignty: this is, indeed, why we today view the nation-state as the righteous seat of sovereignty. These nations were viewed as arising from natural law, and a hedge against the horrors of war. Should such a state fall and come to be dominated by others, advocates of nationalism believed, war could be the only result: a righteous war for independence.

    Insofar as Israel today can demonstrate that it is facing the destruction of its state, it can therefore justify almost any conduct as “proportionate.” It’s not just a question of whether you get to go to war; it’s a question of what you can do in war. If you’re fighting to preserve a nation, you can do most anything — because the international system views the survival of your nation-state as almost the highest good of the system, the best way of ensuring peace.

    What we’re seeing in Israel today is just what we’ve seen ever since these ideas were instituted. Nationalism proves to be a better engine for war than for peace. If every group with a definable ethnic or cultural identity deserves its own nation, what if two of them claim the same piece of land (as in Northern Ireland, where Protestant majorities exist with Irish Catholic minorities who consider the others not Irish but “New English”)?

    What if there’s a disagreement about whether a given group is properly independent, or should properly be subject to a central authority? Consider the case of Taiwan — definitely ethnic Han Chinese, but wishing to be independent of the People’s Republic, which in turn claims to be the rightful government of all Chinese eveywhere.

    What if existing borders of states encase several ethnic groups, some of whom later decide they’d prefer their own nation? For example, consider the case of Indonesia, which won its independence from the Dutch and established its borders based on their colonial borders. Now comes the East Timorese, wanting to separate from this new nation — and now the Papuans.

    The system recognizes, in theory, all of these claims — and justifies almost anything in the name of establishing a free, or protecting the independence of an existing, nation-state for each such group.

    This is partially why we find the terrorists getting treated with kid gloves by so-called “international law” types: they are viewed, usually, as valid liberation movements or resistance to colonial oppression. As such, whatever they do is justified. Israel’s claims that they are in danger of destruction are not believed, because of their previous military successes; and, too, many view them not as a natural and proper ethnic nation-state, but as a colonial oppressor that stole the land of another. Thus, it is the Arabs, not the Israelis, who are seen as having the defenses of proportionality and nationalism. Almost everything, including terrorism, is justified on these grounds.

    If you’ve been wondering what the root of this cancer is, now you know. It rises from the shattered bones of the last great attempt to find peace on earth.

    http://www.windsofchange.net/archives/008871.php

  14. The skill and training of Hezbollah’s Army in southern Lebanon becomes clearer after details emerge about Wednesday’s fighting in Bint Jubayl, where the Israeli Defense Force’s elite Golani Brigade and Hezbollah fighters have been slugging it out since last week. The most recent combat in Bint Jubayl claimed the lives of 9 Israeli soldiers and wounded 27. The Jerusalem Post provides further information about the fighting in the town the IDF recently claimed was under their control.

    Dozens of Hizbullah gunmen armed with antitank missiles and machine guns and geared up in night-vision goggles and bulletproof vests set a trap for a force of Golani infantrymen… [Lieutenant Colonel Yaniv] Asor and his men moved quickly through approximately 15 one-story homes. But as the troops moved through the narrow alleyways, a strong Hizbullah force sent a wave of gunfire and missiles at the force, killing and wounding several soldiers in the first moments of the fight. As Asor and his men fought to regain control of the situation, other Hizbullah cells outflanked them and opened fire on the force as well as other IDF positions in the town… The battle lasted for several hours during which Asor and his men sustained heavy casualties and killed at least 40 Hizbullah guerrillas, some in gunbattles at point-blank range… Wednesday evening, after the IDF had once again declared it had secured the town, a Paratrooper force nearby was hit by a Sagger antitank missile… [1 IDF paratrooper was killed and three wounded]
    There is one problem with the description: the statement “other Hizbullah cells outflanked them” should read “other Hizbullah squads outflanked them.” Terrorist cells are by definition clandestine in nature. This ambush was the work of well trained and well armed infantry, conducting attacks at the squad and platoon level.

    We began discussing Hezbollah’s military capabilities on July 21, after it became clear during the ambush of the Golani Brigade forced the unit to retreat near Maroun al-Ras that Hezbollah was not your average militia. On that date we noted “Hezbollah also possesses mortars, RPGs, anti-tank and anti-personnel mines, anti-tank missiles and possibly surface to air missiles…. Hezbollah is using infantry tactics and fighting at the squad and platoon level.” The IDF’s slow advance (over two days) into Bint Jubayl and the ambush on a tank unit were clear indications of Hezbollah’s abilities to stand up to the IDF as well as the IDF’s cautious nature on the battlefield. Yesterday we confirmed Hezbollah is fighting at the company level, has specialized units (mortars, antitank, logistics, etc.) in its combat units and is using sophisticated communications equipment, body armor and other gear.

    This is not to say the IDF cannot defeat Hezbollah’s army on the battlefield; the IDF can, and has done so at Maroun al-Ras, Bint Jubayl and elsewhere. But this comes at a cost in casualties, a cost the Israeli government seems unwilling to pay.

    Hezbollah’s actions on the battlefields of southern Lebanon should give the Israelis, the West and neighboring Arab governments reason to worry. In just two weeks, Hezbollah has been fighting the Israeli military to an effective standstill on the ground (remember that time is not on Israel’s side due to pressure to accept a cease fire). Not only is Hezbollah fighting at the platoon and company level, but fighting effectively during the initial engagements. al-Qaeda in Iraq (3 years of fighting) and the Taliban in Afghanistan (almost 5 years of fighting) have yet to reach such a level of effectiveness on the battlefield.

    Iran has trained a proxy army that now sits on the border with Israeli, an army that cannot be dealt with from the air. If this problem is kicked down the road, Hezbollah will be that much more dangerous. And everything we think we know about Iran’s conventional military capabilities needs to be rethought.

    http://counterterrorismblog.org/2006/07/hezbollahs_army_revisited.php

  15. What is this oversimplification, Sayyed?

    Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah claimed that if it were not for the kidnapping of the Israeli soldier in Gaza, Palestinians would have fought one another. He also said that Hezbollah’s kidnapping of two Israeli soldiers was motivated by divine intervention, given that Israel was planning to attack Lebanon, thereby thwarting its plan!

    What is this oversimplification, Sayyed?

    Reality tells us that the Palestinians did not reach a consensus, that Fatah is not Hamas, Mahmoud Abbas is not Ismail Haniyeh, and that Palestine has not taken a single step forward. Reality tells us that after Khaled Meshaal was issuing statements from Damascus instead of Haniyeh, Nasrallah has become the spokesperson for the Palestinian cause!

    http://xrdarabia.org/blog/archives/2006/07/28/hezbollahs-war/

  16. What many seem to forget is that there already is a U.N. military presence in Lebanon — and one armed, at least on paper, with a robust mandate. Alas, the blue-helmeted “peacekeepers” are part of the problem, not the solution.

    Established in 1978 pursuant to Security Council resolutions 425 and 426, and renewed in January 2006 by resolution 1655, the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) has the mission of “confirming the withdrawal of Israeli forces, restoring international peace and security and assisting the Government of Lebanon in ensuring its effective authority in the area.” The UNIFIL operation has an annual operating budget of $99.3 million, approximately one quarter of which (as with all U.N. operations) is paid by the American taxpayer. The force comprises 2,000 troops from China, France, Ghana, India, Ireland, Italy, Poland, and Ukraine, along with 400 international and local civilians, and is commanded by French major-general Alain Pellegrini, who has a pro-Lebanon record in the Middle East.

    There’s something very familiar about Kofi Annan’s 2006 call for U.N. troops — just take a look at the 1978 documents pertaining to UNIFIL for the reason why. As the U.N.’s own website concedes, an invasion on northern Israel on March 11, 1978, by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) caused “many dead and wounded among the Israeli population.” When Israel responded in self-defense by targeting the then de facto PLO state in southern Lebanon, the Lebanese government denied responsibility for the Palestinian terror and appealed to the U.N. The Security Council — where the Carter administration was represented by neophyte diplomat Andrew Young — agreed to a resolution demanding Israeli withdrawal and creating UNIFIL with its three objectives. Twenty-nine years later, the only goal that UNIFIL has achieved is the first, the verification of Israel’s complete withdrawal from Lebanon.

    When Israeli forces completed their pullout from Lebanon in early 2000, Foreign Minister David Levy reminded Annan that it was now up to Lebanon, in collaboration with UNIFIL, to live up to their obligations to deploy the Lebanese army in the south and to secure its border. That the present conflict is occurring is proof positive of the failure of the Lebanese government and of UNIFIL to even attempt to fulfill these obligations. The arsenal and forces that Hezbollah has amassed on Israel’s northern frontier were assembled under the eyes of UNIFIL. In fact, accusing the U.N. troops of “failure” would be inaccurate; “enabler” might be a more apt description.

    http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=N2UxZjI3MTRhNGM5YTc1MDkyM2NkZmVhZjdiYzUzODU=

  17. Some 150 rockets were fired from the Lebanese village of Qana over the past 20 days, Air Force Chief of Staff Brig.-Gen. Amir Eshel said on Sunday evening.
    Speaking to reporters, Eshel added that Hizbullah rocket launchers were hidden in civilian buildings in the village. He proceeded to show video footage of rocket launchers being driven into the village following launches.

    http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1153292030858&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

  18. This is a war Iran started. I fear it has just begun. Its ultimate end is simple: the eradication of Israel and the murder of every Jew in the Middle East. Hezbollah and Ahmadinejad are very, very clear about this. And they are playing the p.r. game brilliantly. The president’s press conference with Blair today struck me as revealing – and not in a good way. Bush is right on the basic issue. He grasps the nature of the enemy. But he is so out of his depth – rhetorically, strategically, politically, intellectually – that it is hard to have much confidence in his leadership. This is one reason why I couldn’t endorse him for a second term. He is an incompetent. He is too incompetent to lead the West at this time. He is simply without the skills to navigate the very treacherous waters we are all now in. He is being outmaneuvered at every turn by wily enemies who are becoming more dangerous and emboldened by the day.

    Bush, in a word, is overwhelmed. He has no idea what to do except return to the catechism of freedom versus terror, like an ideological security blanket. Of course that it what this is about. The trouble is: freedom is being defended by the incompetent and the clueless. In Bush’s blank, bewildered eyes, you see the image of someone who is finally beginning to see reality. And it’s something with which he simply cannot cope. Our enemies, moreover, see the weakness in the president and they are ruthlessly exploiting it. And we have more than two years left to survive.

    http://time.blogs.com/daily_dish/2006/07/danger.html

  19. “It is an advantage that Iraq is near Palestine. Muslims should support its holy warriors until an Islamic emirate dedicated to jihad is established there, which could then transfer the jihad to the borders of Palestine,”

    Ayman al-Zawahiri, al Jazeerah.

  20. French filmmaker Pierre Rehov states that: “A friend of mine is a retired chief of police, who used to be in charge of the security of a major city in the south of France. He reported to me that his men had to face an average of 10 rapes a week, 80% made by Muslim young men. 30% being what we call, in French, a “tournante,” meaning that the victim is being raped by an entire gang, one after the other, often during an entire night.” “He was astonished that, in most cases, the parents not only would back up their rapist children, but also would not even understand why they would be arrested. There is an instant shift in the notion of good and evil as a major component of culture. The only evil those parents would see, genuinely, is the temptation that the male children had to face. Since in most cases the victims were not Muslims, the parents’ answer and rejection was even more genuine: how could their boys be guilty of anything, when normally answering to a provocation by occidental women, known for their unacceptable behavior?”

  21. A Rua da Maçonaria tem andado a ler umas coisas de inglês. Parabéns rapazes, mas cuidado com os yarmulkes, andam por aí umas ventanias do caraças!

    Quando se cansarem destas pintelhices que não convencem ninguém e de matar crianças no Líbano, apareçam que é para eu lhes espetar pelas ventas acima com as 1000 citações da Radio Islão sobre o que há de mais nojento e criminoso saido de bocas sionistas. E cuidado com onde põem os pés, anda por ai muita banha de porco derretida com o calor que tem feito.

    TT

  22. Carta do TT de Itarapuera ao seu amigo Zézinho

    Zé,
    Priciso ti contá esta história.

    Tava eu numa noite dessas procurando uma loja de coisas da tua profissão prá comprá o seu presente de Natal, quando encontrei um predião que me apontaram, tudo aceso, cheio de gente. Eta turma boa.

    Perguntei: “Aqui é loja de pedreiros?”- Invés de resposta, só foi abraço. Descobriram logo que sou mecânico, Zé, porque todo mundo me perguntava onde ficava a minha oficina.

    Lojona bonita aquela, com quadros, tapetes, ventiladores, até livro de visitas tinha que assiná. Gozado, com aquele calorão doido, queriam saber quantos graus estava fazendo e não tinha termômetro. Devia tá mais de 30, então “carquei” lá no livrão: 33. Acho que acertei na mosca, porque todo mundo me abraçava bastante.

    Depois todo mundo entrou pro salão onde tava as mercadorias. Tinha cuié de pedreiro, prumo, nível, esquadro, alavanca, compasso, régua, até pedra. Tinha também mesas e cadeiras que não acabava mais. Acho que algumas dessas mesas tava com o tampo solto porque os caras pegaram uns martelinhos e começaram a batê. Até a porta devia está emperrada, porque um sujeito começou a batê com o cabo de um espeto.

    Depois pensei que um indivíduo lá era cego. Perguntou onde sentava fulano…, onde sentava o sicrano…, queria saber que horas eram…, coitado! Teve um espírito de porco que falou prá ele que era meio-dia em ponto. E não é que ele acreditou!

    Depois outro sujeito foi perto dele e começaram a cochichar aqui e ali. Um deles reclamou de um tal de Arão que fez um estrago com óleo. Disse que derramou na cabeça, na barba e no vestido de uma tal de Dona Orla. Confirmei qie o cara era cego porque ele falou que a loja tava aberta e então olhei e vi que tava fechada. Nessa hora notei que até lá você era conhecido. Sentiram sua falta e começaram a perguntar: “e o Zé?, e o Zé?, e o Zé?”.

    Depois aguentei um tempão um sujeito falá umas baboseiras que não entendí nada e, até que enfim, mandaram fazer as propostas. Veio outro sujeito recolher elas com saquinho e então mandei a minha: dava cinqüenta mangos naquela corda pindurada lá em cima, toda enroscada.

    Sabe? O cara tava se fazendo mesmo de cego. Ele leu a minha proposta e não disse nada. Acho que fui munheca demais. Aí inventaram que estava chovendo, que tinha goteira na loja e acabaram me pondo prá fora.

    Tá certo, Zé, era justo, era perfeito. Mas se acharam pouco o valor que eu escreví, bem que podiam fazer uma contraproposta, não acha?

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