The Talk Is #53: Pandemic regains strength as we wage political and cultural war

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And here we go again. After several lockdowns that wrecked the economy, after a lot of bickering over the use of drugs, after being forced to wear uncomfortable masks and then aggressive vaccination campaigns, Europe seems to take a few steps back and re-impose restrictive measures to its population. As we tend to import everything that comes from such First World countries, what is the chance of having one 2000 full of restrictions in Brazil?

While the catastrophe does not take place, we are dealing with our little domestic problems. The political environment is in turmoil with electoral movements. The Pode de Sergio Moro has just announced the affiliation of Santos Cruz. Lula shoots himself in the foot when expressing his undeniable love for dictators. Bolsonaro is still courting (or is he courted?) by PL. And the PDSB justifies the mess in the previews by claiming to be a victim of a hacker attack.

Between the endless pandemic and the political dispute, we still have to face this cultural war. Increasingly confident that they have the support of institutions and elites, progressives, on a day like any other in the 21st century, dare to create a gay Santa Claus and encourage children to kiss their peers of the same sex.

This is the podcast O Papo É by number 59. This time without Guilherme Fiuza, but with Bruna Frascolla, Rodrigo Constantino and the presentation by Paulo Polzonoff Jr.

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