The inhabitants of the poorest region of Poland leave no illusions. “And I wanted a pellet stove”
An increasing number of Polish residents do not hide their bitterness with the effects of the ruling actions.
There is no doubt that government inflation is taking its toll on almost all inhabitants of Poland, especially those who trusted the words of the rulers or surrendered to their will. It is about heating, replacing furnaces and thievingly high prices.
The reporters went to the poorest community in Poland. What they found there calls for vengeance to heaven
As reported by Super Express, journalists went to meet the inhabitants of the Potok G & oacute; rny commune, which became famous as a tobacco and raspberry basin. As it turned out on the spot, the local people are desperate and on the verge of hurting themselves out of helplessness.
Many have no doubts that the coming winter will be murderously difficult for them, which was confirmed by the bitter statements of the natives in the Gorge Gorge. People don't see any hope of surviving the cold weather. The journalist heard from one of the inhabitants that he only thought of using a rope, as he lived in an old, uninsulated cottage.
The main problem is too high prices for gas heating, and the purchase of coal, eco-pea coal or pellets is also a miracle because of the high price and availability. The wood collected in the forest is stolen and there is no prospect of improving the situation – I have a tree in the forest, it f *** and people steal, and I want a pellet stove, ecologically … To keep 18 degrees warm at home and enough, you can eat once a day, so that there is no war – said the older man, interviewed by a journalist.
Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly loud in public space that in many regions of the country residents will never vote for the party in power now.
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