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Not that the uproar in the PS and in the government did not start because of the withdrawal of the SNS. Or the lack of teachers. Or the curious price of fuel. Or galloping inflation. Or public debt in unprecedented amounts. Or the situation in court. Or tax hell. Or the productivity of tracks. Or the trip of. Or the spreading poverty. Or the increasing restriction of civil rights. Or any of the inevitable results of a statist, archaic, oppressive and, in short, socialist view of the world.
No sir. With everything around, the gentlemen of the PS and the government are in turmoil over Lisbon airport. Or three airports in Lisbon, four if we include it, or in Beja, where the capital has wide coastlines and borders. And even the airport’s pretext is not linked to disagreements about the need to save or waste taxpayers’ money: the anger was due to hierarchical details, to top it off, that pit the leader of the gang against the young man who dreams of being a leader in the boss’s place. There is something un-detailed symbolic of even in the partisan struggle these people recurring for an urgent, relevant and above all dignified reason. The Doctor. Costa and young Pedro didn’t get along because they disagreed about the disastrous rumor of the country. As usual, it maintains the rumor, ignores the disaster and uses the country to enhance its own destinies. Their contempt for the life of the rabble is so unpunished that they make no attempt to disguise it, and so evident that they could not.
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