Wesley Denílio, reporting from RioName: Wesley Denílio
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Who are you hoping to be the next president of the United States?
In the cradle of uncurbed capitalism it is difficult for a president to bring change, but I think that Obama is the best of the worst.
What is your image of Holland?
It is an example of good organization, a country that is very open to other cultures. Amsterdam gives me the impression that the Dutch are less conservative than other Europeans. The women in the Netherlands are the most beautiful of Europe.
What national politician do you want to interview, and why?
President Lula. He was an immigrant from the North, a working man and a left wing activist. He is now in his second term and doesn’t show a human attitude of a left wing leader that stands up for his people. Instead he governs for the upper-class, the ones he condemned all his life.
If you would be able to export a characteristic of your country, what would it be?
The solidarity and happiness of our people, tens of different people and ethnicities from over the whole world live here together in harmony. We have over 50 million outcasts, we live in a subtle dictatorship and still are the happiest country in the world.
If you would be able to ban a characteristic of your country, what would it be?
The bad characteristic and bad leadership of the Brazilian politicians. They are the most important provokers of all the bad luck in our rich, healthy country, with the worst spread of income in the world.
What are you doing ten years from now?
I’ll be buying a house, getting married, starting a family, finish the academy and start a production company for events and art activity.