To Reduce Anger In The Nation, Canadian Politicians Should Take A 30% Pay Cut In Solidarity With Struggling Canadians

A key reason people are so angry is that no matter how much the Canadian People suffer, the politicians always seem insulated.

There is rising anger in Canada.

Politicians on all sides of the spectrum are seeing rising threats and rage from the Canadian People.

Much of this has been caused by the Liberal government, who have repeatedly insulted and demonized Canadians.

Another reason is because politicians seem insulated from the suffering of Canadians, no matter how bad things get.

When the economy collapses, as it has during the CCP Virus Crisis, the politicians never lose money. In fact, they keep getting pay raises over and over again.

Not only do they not suffer economically, but they further prosper, no matter what happens to the rest of us.

That must change.

That’s why I am calling for all of Canada’s MPs to take a 30% pay cut during this ongoing crisis.

“If politicians want to reduce the amount of anger in the country, they should embrace shared sacrifice. Take a 30% pay cut while the economy is in tatters. Much of the anger today is because those in power seem totally insulated from the suffering of the Canadian People.”

This would go a very long way towards reducing public anger, because it would show politicians making a real sacrifice, rather than just empty words.

They could go back to their original pay once Canada’s economy has fully recovered from the crisis.

If they do this, they would dramatically reduce the anger in Canada, and would finally look like they are truly public servants, rather than people trying to rule over us.

To truly bring our nation together, sacrifice must be shared.

Spencer Fernando


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