From Our Inbox: I Forgive You Not

Bernard, you need a game plan, and distributing get-out-of-jail-free cards at the expense of people with mobility issues doesn’t really qualify as one.

Some of the PN’s proposals we genuinely need to read them at least twice to understand if they’re for real.

But real it is, with a straight face Bernard went on to propose a traffic fine amnesty. Watch it however, it is only valid once every six months.

And hey, we’ve already seen worrying insensitivity toward mental health wellbeing, now even towards those with mobility issues.

What is Bernard going to say when faced with all those wheelchair ramps blocked by insensitive drivers calculating their six-month grace period?

Also, although admittedly there would be many who would like to have his fines forfeited, the transport sector requires robust strategies, not disjointed vote-catching gimmicks.

What is Bernard going to say when faced with all those wheelchair ramps blocked by insensitive drivers calculating their six-month grace period?

And as much as this proposal may be humorous, when faced with sectors such as transport and waste management to name a few, the PN’s growing mantra that there are simply too many people, raises scary concerns.  

How are they thinking to solve this? Inhibit population growth by curtailing sections of the economy?

We’ve even heard discourse that they want to have sectors that are based on quantity: they complained about foreign workers as waiters and jobs in the construction industry.

What could they be plotting? Probably not much.

They afford to put forward such statements because the PN leadership itself doesn’t even believe it stands a chance at governing this country so they promise pie in the sky with the sole aim of trying to save their skins by obtaining a reduced defeat margin.

Everyone expected better, especially when just a few months ago they booted Adrian Delia out as according to the old establishment he was underperforming.

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