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Luciano Santa Brígida
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Sou Empreendedor, Jornalista , Professor, Game Designer e mais
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Ubi dubium ibi libertas. Where there is doubt there is freedom. This fit so well with this video!

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Keeping up with my new personal blogging mission: “On the subject of plans” https://medium.com/@lucianosb/on-the-subject-of-plans-a5a9803bce0b

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Another favorite video from +Extra Credits. I love their videos!

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Check out my first article on my new blog : “Restarting the Game” https://medium.com/@lucianosb/restarting-the-game-3a55d70834fd

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Awesome list!

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Excelent graphics! Excelent ending! Love this so much!

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I love this!!! That ending was superb!

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A must watch video. Explains things in a very simple way.

English subtitles available.

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I don't believe in the effiency of any representative democracy I know of. I even reject the way it works by declaring myself an anarchist.

I'm sharing this video because it's important that people understand the flaws of this system. Altough I don't totally agree with +Lawrence Lessig in his proposals.

There is a book in Brazil called Democracia Pura, by J. Vasconcelos, ("Pure Democracy", I'm not aware if there is a translation to english) that proposes self-declaration for being a candidate for any citizen as well as election by sortition rather than voting. It's utopic, yes it is, but I find it more interesting than the current alternatives.

Regarding the "Democracy Day", I would say it is not enough. In Brazil we have such day, every election happens on a sunday, and they are mandatory for every citizen. It leads millions to vote and also millions that go vote unwillingly and dissatisfied. To counteract this political apathy there is a popular reasoning that declares this day as the "Democracy Festival", as if the obligation to vote, to do something against your will, should be viewed with joy. We have a day exclusive for elections, we have a system that forces people to engage, but we don't have a way to make those people care for democracy.

It is not the government alone that must change. We need to change. We need to care!
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