Tuesday, June 6

The president of Nuevas Generaciones of the PP of Madrid denies that “working a lot and earning little” affects mental health

The president of Nuevas Generaciones of the PP in Madrid, Ignacio Dancausa, has accused the leftist formations this Friday of “trivializing” mental health, while denying that it has to do with “capitalism” and “working a lot and earn little.

The police identify members of Nuevas Generaciones del PP for distributing ballots for the rector of the Complutense on election day


“The left has tried to champion mental health with a banal discourse. They say that mental health problems are the fault of capitalism, they say that people earn little and work too much. To say that it is the fault of capitalism is to trivialize it. It is irresponsible, it is a lie, it is false”, Dancausa stated in a meeting with members of the New Generations of the PP together with the mayor and PP candidate for re-election, José Luis Martínez-Almeida.

At this point, he has indicated that “they cannot be allowed to take the lead in this fight, always with a very banal speech” while he has launched that “Madrid is not the Spain that Pedro Sánchez wants with his creepy housing law and nor the ‘squatter’ Barcelona by Ada Colau”. “We have seen yesterday and the day before yesterday ministers say that they are going to make a law to try to imprison people from Desokupa; They don’t just decide who gets out of jail, with their corrupt friends, it’s a democratic anomaly”, said the president of NNGG from Madrid.

Straight away, Dancausa has stated that he “agrees” with United We Can with the fact that Desokupa “should not exist”, but for this he has indicated that “what must be done is to make laws that protect owners, coherent laws , who expel squatters, and not persecute people”.

Dancausa owes an apology to the people who come home late with their children already asleep, who don’t know what they’re going to do if their mother suddenly breaks her hip tomorrow

Iñigo Errejón

Dancausa’s words about mental health have caused a stir and controversy in networks. The leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, responded hours later to the president of Nuevas Generaciones in Madrid, stating that he “owes him an apology from the people of Madrid.” “He owes an apology to the people who return home late with their children already asleep, he owes an apology to the people who don’t know how they’re going to do it if their mother suddenly breaks her hip tomorrow and has no one to help her.” take care”, Errejón stated, accompanied by the ‘number two’ of Más Madrid on the regional list for the Assembly, Javier Padilla, at a rally in Alcalá de Henares.

Together with him, Padilla has criticized the fact that people from the PP who “have never worked much and received little” speak of the “culture of effort”. “Today one of the hardest-working people in the PP, Ignacio Dancausa, has had the idea of ​​saying that mental health problems have nothing to do with working a lot and getting paid little,” Padilla criticized. They speak of a “culture of effort that doesn’t even sound familiar to them”, he continued. “You have to tell people who have not given a stick to the water that they are not going to tell humble people that the work is going to hurt, and that you are going to do it all with a shitty salary at the end of the month,” he has released Padilla.

Precisely a year ago, elDiario.es published that Almeida had placed two militants of New Generations recently graduated in the Madrid City Council with salaries of 50,000 euros a year.


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