Five Hotdogs Per Adult

There is a commotion in the neighborhood, and when I look out the window I see how desperate the neighbors are to get into the butcher shop, because the five hotdogs per adult have arrived.

Mothers leave insulted because once again they have to sacrifice and share with the children of the house, because there is nothing available for them. The butcher suffers the consequences because, although he is not to blame, he is the one who has to endure all sorts of complaints and insults.

Maybe this seems like fiction, but unfortunately it is stark reality, in which so far this year nothing has been allocated for children in the so-called butcher shops, where for years they haven’t sold meat.

In a country where they shout about all the kids having everything guaranteed to them and then they take away their milk at age seven when they most need it; chicken which although isn’t that nutritious is what they like most and have been taught to eat, and then they allocated the sale of chopped beef which is only seen once and one pound per person.

It is because of this and more that I ask myself:

Do the grandchildren of the members of the Council of State, without mentioning the names that we all know, have to ration what they eat, when, how and how much?

Published in: on January 28, 2010 at 1:57 am  Leave a Comment  

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