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'I worked all my life and look what I have', the heartbreaking testimony of a man while asking for food in a square in Morón

2021-06-23T02:00:59.738Z

Crying, he approached the post that a group of people assembled in solidarity to help those who are experiencing the worst in the midst of the crisis.



06/18/2021 21:22

  • Clarín.com

  • Society

Updated 06/18/2021 9:22 PM

"

Why does this happen to me, I am 58 years old, I worked all my life

".

The claim is from a desperate man who, crying, asked for food in a plaza in Morón, where a group of people assist those who have the worst.

It is the

crudest and most painful face of the crisis

in the midst of the pandemic.

A

TN

journalist was

interviewing one of the people who delivered groceries when they were approached by a person who complained that the food had run out.

"There's going to be something else, now I'll get you," one of those who coordinated the solidarity movement tried to calm him down while the man cried and showed how little he had to eat.

"My life is a disaster, I worked all my life and look what I have," he

insisted desperately, showing how little he had achieved.

Right away they brought him something else to eat and he was grateful.

In addition, he clarified that he did not criticize those who helped by distributing food, but rather himself and his government and his country.

The explanation of those who delivered the food was that "so many people arrived that the food ran out."

The cameras showed a long line of people who came to look for a box.

Minutes earlier, a woman accompanied by her seven children said that she was visiting the square on Monday and Friday.

"So we

go searching for it,

" he explained.

Another man, also excited, said.

"I lived all my life on the street, but seeing all this need breaks my soul," he remarked.

News in development.

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Source: clarin

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