Source: Political Outsource
Police in Brazil have gone on strike, leaving the country unarmed and left in a “Purge” like chaos. In 30 cities across Brazil, militarized police are refusing to do their jobs. According to an anonymous source in the city of Espirato Santo, Brazil, the chaos can be comparable to the 2014 thriller “Purge”, with people running rampant with guns and machetes, stealing from malls, and even dead bodies lying in the streets. As buses are set ablaze on night streets, and people crawl for shelter covered in blood, Brazil is slowly becoming overtaken by it’s people.
“A pm is on strike and the thugs are randomly shooting at anyone who passes the street in Espírito Santo, my God what is happening” says one Brazilian resident.
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Twitter has become the only outlet for Brazilians to show what’s going on, as no major media has picked up on the anarchy that’s ensuing in cities across the country. According to the Brazilian source reporting to Political Outsource, the most affected areas are South in Espirito Santo.
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A polícia do Espírito Santo tá de greve e olha o que acontece pic.twitter.com/thHW68aq6W
— GABRIEL PINHEIRO (@GABRIELPlNHEIRO) February 6, 2017
Translation: “The police in Espírito Santo are on strike and look what is happening.”
— Beco (@becofx) February 6, 2017
Translation: “What happens to an unarmed country”
Since the outbreak in states like Espirato Santo, the government has arranged to meet with military officials to discuss salary improvements, reports Estado Brasil.
“I won’t even leave my house today,” one Brazilian resident in Espirito Santo told Political Outsource. “things are absolutely crazy, there are people running around with guns in pretty populated areas, dozens of people stealing sh-t from malls, even dead bodies on the streets!”
In another interview with Political Outsource, one resident in Espirito Santo said in a phone interview; “It’a f–king mess what’s going on here. The worst part is the regular citizen can’t have a gun to defend himself!”
A pm está em greve e os bandido estão atirando aleatoriamente em quem passa na rua no Espírito Santo, meu deus o que está acontecendo pic.twitter.com/oBKUOaIlM7
— Otariano (@otariano) February 6, 2017
Translation: “A Police Military is on strike and the thugs are randomly shooting at anyone who passes the street in Espírito Santo, my God what is happening”
Espírito santo agora pouco na Serra atirando perto da imprensa pic.twitter.com/IwJA4jEcwg
— Marlon Rocha (@lMarl0n) February 6, 2017
Translation: “Espírito Santo just now at Serra, a shooting near the press”. ”
Video of a police officer surrendering to an armed assailant in Brazil:
The United States, nor any other country, has not commented on the developing chaos happening in Brazil.
A Brazilian resident has told us: “it’s been two days since either I or my parents have left home.”