Austerity destroys Brazilian national museum

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This video says about itself:

Scuffles erupt during protest outside burned National Museum of Brazil

4 September 2018

A few hundred protesters who gathered outside the gates of Brazil’s National Museum in Rio de Janeiro tried several times to push into the site, demanding to see the damage and calling on the government to rebuild the structure that was destroyed by a fire on Sunday night.

Read more here.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

Furious demonstrators demand restoration of burnt-down museum in Rio de Janeiro

Demonstrators in Rio de Janeiro have taken to the streets out of anger about the fire that on Sunday night destroyed the most important museum of Brazil. Almost the entire collection of the National Museum can be considered to be lost.

Hundreds of demonstrators tried to enter the grounds of the museum, but were stopped by the riot police. In small skirmishes…

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1 Response to Austerity destroys Brazilian national museum

  1. tonytran2015 says:

    No, it was not austerity but it was the misdirection of precious scarced resource.

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