Zassuen, The Reader

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You aren't particularly important or able. Your story is yet another among many. You could easily die.

Yet, you made a promise, didn't you? To that person.

You must go.

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2 Minutes Hate: Now with omnidirectional vitriol! on 9/8/2019 12:51:10 PM

Your social credits were zeroed.

2 Minutes Hate: Now with omnidirectional vitriol! on 9/8/2019 12:46:07 PM

JasonCCPhill dabbing on virgin Hong CoGers

Loss of a parent on 9/5/2019 7:23:24 PM

I know what you mean, but not what to say. I hope you shake off these feelings and keep going forward, no matter what.

I'm sorry for your loss. If you want to talk about it, feel free to message me.

Pocket Jones and the Niobium Skull on 8/27/2019 7:31:43 PM

TRIGGER WARNING: Heads up, I'm your friend. I assure you that all the slurs that might or might not be here are not intended to give vietnam flashbacks or insult you (okay, maybe the irony is intended as an insult, but not the buzzwords). I'm just a spicy latino man that wants to spread meme magic and samba to everyone. :)

I was listening to Tim Maia, Queen and Black Sabbath with my neckbeard buddies these days when I heard the news on TV. It couldn't be, Pocket Man was at it again. His army of white supremacists was burning our beautiful forest.

To those uninitiated, Pocket Man is an evil entity. Once I heard he mansplained at the chamber of deputies and smiled. That day the Kiss nightclub caught on fire and killed billions of gays worldwide.

I was shocked. How could Pocket Man do that? I was so concerned I called my european metassexual friend. She too was full of concern. Hopefully, we joined forces and posted about it all over twitter, where similarly concerned citizens joined in to save the Amazon rainforest. The rainforest fire spread around so much. The world's lungs were burning so hard I immediately felt the effects of the rarefied air. It was suffocating.

But thankfully, our concerned army reached the ears of President Macron. The revolution had won a costly victory on conservative bigots worldwide.

Did you like my story? I'm thinking on posting that on reddit for karma points.

There's an entire megathread on this on r/brasilivre, and I think it's relevant, so I'll post it here so some people won't dodge the argument. Yes, some people play dumb to the links people post and keep polluting my vision with shit I had already directed to the relevant sanitary treatment earlier.

Here we go:

As soon as Mercosul-EU free trade agreement was announced, French farmers start to protest against the free trade agreement between EU and Mercosul because it would be bad for their business. And the pressure on Macron never stopped since then. Irish farmers also reacted over that because of the beef production.

French and Brazilian ties were very bad after Bolsonaro canceled a meeting with Jean-Yves Le Drian. That's the context, now let's go to when the hysteria began: with Macron's tweet in the dry season and how it is a lie.

Image 1

How is it a lie? First of all, it is not a picture from Amazon nowadays. It is a picture from 80's, from a photographer who died in 2003. This is not that important as an argument, but it shows how Macron wanted to make an impact with his tweet, not showing what is happening. The important part is:

AMAZON IS NOT THE LUNG OF THE WORLD NEITHER PRODUCES 20% OF WORLD OXYGEN. Amazon is the lung of Amazon, all oxygen produced by Amazon trees is consumed by Amazon itself.

THE CARBON EMISSION IN AMAZON DUE TO NATURAL TREES DEATH IS ABOUT 86% OF AMAZON CARBON CONSUMPTION. Amazon trees are old and soil isn't rich anymore. Trees being old means that they don't absorve as much as they were used to do and the soil not being as good as it was once means that the relation of trees dying and trees growing is not the same. Density/biomass of Amazon will naturally decrease. The carbon emission in Amazon due to natural death of trees is about 86% of Amazon carbon consumption. The whole Amazon rainforest would absorb 300 million carbon tons more than it emits by year, it is about 9.4% of European Union emission or 5.5% of US carbon emission in the same period.

Untouched Amazon forests take in more carbon dioxide than they put back into the atmosphere. This shows that the Amazon forests help reduce global warming by lowering the planet's greenhouse gas levels.Dead Amazonian trees (which account for around 20% of above ground biomass) emit an estimated 1.9 billion tonsof carbon to the atmosphere each year. In a normal year, the Amazon rainforest absorbs about 2.2 billion tons (2 billion metric tons) of carbon dioxide.  This means that untouched tropical forests act as a SINK for carbon.However, a study from 2015 confirms that Amazon forests have acted as a long-term net biomass sink, but also found a long-term decreasing trend of carbon accumulation. Rates of net increase in above-ground biomass declined by one-third during the past decade compared to the 1990s.  This means tropical forests are becoming less efficient at trapping carbon


Reuters: BRASILIA (Reuters) - Wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest have hit a record number this year, with 72,843 fires detected so far by Brazil’s space research center INPE, as concerns grow over right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro’s environmental policy.

Independent: Brazil’s space research centre, Inpe, has detected 72,843 fires in the Amazon so far this year.

The number of fires in Amazon at that time was about 40 thousands, According to INPE:

Image 2

They used the number of fires in the whole country, not only in Amazon region. Brazil has 6 different biomes and Amazon biome is only one of them, again according to INPE:

Image 3


CNN: The fires are burning at the highest rate since the country's space research center, the National Institute for Space Research (known by the abbreviation INPE), began tracking them in 2013

 We can clearly see at Image 2 that it is being recorded since 1998, according to INPE itself. From 2002 to 2010 every year was higher than 2019 with two exceptions. 2004 and 2005 were the peak of fire in Amazon.


It's true, but without context. Variation from one year to another is not linear, Europe grew their fires in 300% more than in last decade average while Brazilian fires are at the same rate as the last 15 years according to NASA. We can see at Image 2 how it is not linear, increasing and decreasing from one year to another. 2018 was the 5th lowest year in fires of our history.


BBC: Sao Paulo was blackened for around an hour on Monday after strong winds and a cold front brought in smoke from forest fires burning in the states of Amazonas and Rondonia, more than 2,700km (1,700 miles) away.

Actually, according to INMET, the smoke came from Bolivia and Paraguay, where a forest is burning for more than 2 weeks, probably more than 800,000 hectares is burned there so far, more than the whole deforestation of Brazil in 2018.



Not even a single country from the EU is better than Brazil in carbon emission per capta or per area according to United Nations.

(There was a table with the numbers here, but I'm lazy.)

If the problem is water cycle in South America, why focus in Brazil?

See Image 3.

Brazil is at average rate while Venezuela, Bolivia and Paraguay are the countries in South America above the average due their size.

There isn't anything different in Brazil numbers to provoke a mass reaction as big as how it is being. Conclusion of this mass hysteria linking with the first protests:


"The EU and Finland are urgently exploring the possibility of banning imports of Brazilian beef," Mika Lintila, the Finnish finance minister, announced on Twitter on Friday (23 August).

Emmanuel Macron says he will block EU trade deal with Brazil;

Ireland threatens to block Mercosur trade deal unless Brazil protects Amazon.

Observation: Most of beef production in Brazil is not in Amazon states and it is not the main farm production of Amazon states.



All following lies were replied by Globo:

Image 4

1st pic: image from California in 2018; 2nd pic: image from São Paulo in 2011; 3rd pic: imagem from São Paulo in 2018; 4th pic: imagem from São Paulo, in 2011.

Image 5

Video from Minas Gerais state, not in Amazon region.

Image 6

Image from Pampas, not in Amazon.

If you don't understand portuguese, google translate and pray to the samba gods.

Oof, copying and pasting this huge fact check was really tiresome. But let's give the finishing touch.

What could Macron possibly want with causing mass hysteria like this?

The answer becomes clear once you take a look at the news...

Now, Macron. What could you and all your great power friends possibly gain from being such a charming enviromentalist and sending help to our poor forest bois? And what motivates you rousing the mob's anger against Pocket Man?

No, it couldn't be. You couldn't possibly be looking to exploit the region and submit it to external control and influence. You wouldn't be looking to do schemes like those employed at Joseon Korea, the Ottoman Empire and Egypt, would you? You don't have any economic interests behind the threat of getting rid of the deal with Mercosul, like a pack of angry farmers, do you?

Nah, it's all Pocket Man's fault. He's an enemy stand user that burns trees 24/7 and makes niobium skulls of the enemies of his evil dictatorial regime.

And yes. Bolso's diplomacy is the most braindead thing in the world. I despise his boomer mistakes as much as I despise idpol idiots and armchair activists.

Thanks for reading, I'll go back to lurking now.

EDIT: More sources for Baguette president Macarron threatens to cancel Mercosul-EU deal:

Why did you add more links?

Because it's 2019.

Great job Paris! on 4/16/2019 4:09:31 PM

I'm too busy trying to write an edgy adventure storygame. It will be most likely the lowest rated CYOA on this site and I just lost an entire page because of an error at the editor.

Therefore, I shall refrain from giving in to temptation and post on the forums unnecessarily until I finish it. Starting now.

Why I don't write for Hosted Games on 4/13/2019 12:53:04 PM

Nah, I searched for it on google and got the same result when I tried to enter the site. It might be it's either down now or something in my side which probably takes more to fix than the article's worth.

Why I don't write for Hosted Games on 4/13/2019 12:26:45 PM


Too bad, I thought I had found something to read and laugh at.

What is this: YOUR DOOM! on 4/10/2019 11:47:07 AM

If you can't even do that, you're an useless slave. I hope you enjoy your time in Bannedland.

What is this: YOUR DOOM! on 4/10/2019 11:42:10 AM

That didn't sound heartfelt. Try harder.

What is this: YOUR DOOM! on 4/10/2019 11:38:06 AM

Can't edit after answers arrive. Try begging and promising your eternal loyalty and maybe he'll be slightly merciful. Maybe.