Deputy who advocated abolition of pensions compares Russians with Ten Little Indians
Commentators advised Petrovsky to also get rid of the deputies and “punish themselves.”
Yaroslavl City Duma deputy Dmitry Petrovsky, infamous for offering to abolish old-age pensions, presented his understanding of the “processes occurring in the country” in a poetic form. He took the children's song of ten little Indians, dying one by one, as a basis. The MP posted his creation in his Facebook account.
According to the author, 10 Russians are dying of hunger, taxes, lack of money for treatment, as well as immediately after retirement.
“Two little Indians made it to pension. One died soon after that, and then only one was left,” Petrovsky’s poem goes.
Not all readers were happy with the parliamentarian’s creation. Commentators advised Petrovsky to also get rid of the deputies and “punish themselves.”
“Great poem. Only you a have a fish egg stuck to your upper lip,” one of the Internet users said.
To recall, Dmitry Petrovsky is known for offering to abolish all pensions for Russians and liquidate the Pension Fund. In addition, he advised voters to independently decide on what means they will live when they will get old.
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