Good morning everyone,
Do not want to be antagonists, on the issue of intangible heritage, but I think the government should be more concerned with education, housing, public safety, and promote open work areas and instead of investing public money in such festivities. Should be removed almost all holidays, and the government should not give a cent for group parties are minority or majority. The public should be well beyond the interests of this or that pubic.
Let the Catholic party and to afford its religious festivals, clubs and let the fans to afford the World Cup. The soccer teams have to pay for police security at their events. For those who organize an event should stand him. If you are not able to make, do not do it with public money.
I despise these attitudes of city hiring their weight in gold artists, singers and even put the whole infrastructure of the state to organize carnival and other events said INTANGIBLE ASSETS.
This conversation that encourage such parties bring profits to the municipality does not convince me. What gives the private sector will profit with all up to earn revenue. Here in Santos, was built a huge white elephant, a gym opened in 2010. It cost a fortune to build and will cost another fortune to maintain it, is used occasionally by local residents, practically built for the intercity games of 2010 in São Paulo that took place in Santos. This flies.
In World Cup 2010, South Africa has spent billions of dollars to organize the World Cup, and next to one of the most modern stadiums in the world was not a school that was undergoing reform since the 70's ...
I have not sold as of cultural ... I think the government should spend on culture, but culture useful as museums, libraries, zoos, orchards, things that bring science, knowledge and human betterment exterior and interior. Last week I was in Ibirapuera Park. I was amazed at that park .... Lots of security, very green, clean toilets, museums and a great planetarium, which paid the alms of five dollars to watch a show about an hour with German technology. This is immaterial, it is human progress. Carnival?? Send to Brahma, Antarctica and other companies that profit from this party, organize, and to afford ...
By Historien Valdemir Mota de Menezes