I think that the Cultural Revolution in China is really similar to what is happening now in Brasil. In Brasil right now the president that had been ruling for the past 4 years has just been re elected for the happiness of some and hate of others. Dilma Rousseff has done many things in the past few years and most of them were not good choices in my point of view. She used the peoples money to create 12 brand new stadiums in the world cup, while she could been using that money in education, hospitals, and places where is would actually benefit the country. I think what the Cultural Revolution and Dilma Rousseff have in common is the change. In the Cultural Revolution the people wanted to replace the four olds with the four "news". Here in Brasil the people that did not elect Dilma wanted to see a change in the government for more efficiency in the country. Many people are threatening to leave the country because they are afraid many bad things are going to happen. This reminds me of the Cultural Revolution because people were scared of what was happening and the were feeling threatened. I feel like in both situation the country was trying to make improvements in a non-efficient way. I feel like the same way that those Brazilians who want a change are signing an impeachment to overthrow Dilma out of the "throne", the people in China should have had a chance to do that also. People should be able to have the best decisions in their country.