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Video: Juan Grabois said that the oil workers 'spend it all on falopa' and later apologized

2021-03-02T23:58:21.214Z

He traveled to Trelew to demonstrate against mega-mining and, among his criticisms, he left his mouth. He apologized on Twitter, but accused 'lobbyists' of 'misrepresentations'.



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03/02/2021 20:30

  • Clarín.com

  • Politics

Updated 03/02/2021 8:47 PM

As part of a trip to Trelew to express his position against mega-mining, social leader Juan Grabois said that the oil

workers "spend it all on falopa"

and then apologized.

He did so after stating that he was misrepresented by

"lobbyists for multinational oil and mining companies."

"I am preaching a little in Patagonia that this (mega-mining) is crap. It is a lie that it solves work problems. It is like oil: people go 15 days alone without family, they earn a lot of money,

they spend it all in falopa, they get sick and shit dying and there is nothing left

, "said Grabois, as seen in a video that went viral on social networks.

Later, the leader uploaded a statement that he presented with these words: "My response to the

misrepresentations of the lobbyists of

the oil and mining multinationals

and the complicit media.

If any worker felt offended, I humbly ask FORGIVENESS

".

My response to the misrepresentations of the lobbyists of the oil and mining multinationals and the complicit media.

If any worker felt offended I humbly ask FORGIVENESS.

pic.twitter.com/YYJLdjWkB1

- Juan Grabois (@JuanGrabois) March 2, 2021

The statement reads: "Understand. It's not no! They got so angry that in the main Chubut newspapers they

misrepresent what I said in one of our addiction prevention and recovery centers

, where many of the victims of mafias and a toxic system seek to recover their dreams ".

He added: "Don't be foolish. They know well that the harsh working conditions in extractive activities and the uprooting

promoted by multinationals generate terrible social ills."

Grabois also said in statements to the press that he supports the government (of Alberto Fernández) but is not part of it: “My role is to demand, annoy and pull my ear.

Both the Executive and other powers ”.

Grabois visited Trelew to hold a series of meetings with leaders of his group and meet with the local mayor Adrián Maderna whom he considered "

a reference and a good candidate for 2023 as governor of the province."

He also gave talks with trade union and political leaders from Chubut and the city.

In addition, he presented a comprehensive human development plan, a proposal for post-pandemic Argentina.

Head on.

The mayor of Trelew Adrián Maderna listens carefully to Grabois.

/Working day

His statements deserved the immediate

reaction of residents and prominent militants of the central plateau of Chubut

(who are waiting for a new zoning that must be approved by the Legislature) although, for now,

none from the oil sector

- the main source of income of the province as a consequence of the royalties it receives from the National government.

Grabois

still

attributed

the misinterpretation

of the words for which he apologized.

The social leader assured that "he has critical support to the Government": "There were changes and things that are better than with Macri, but it is not what we aspire to.

I was happy with Vicentín, but when he went back you got sick. " 

Finally, he considered that

the Frente de Todos" is a coalition with contradictions. "

The leader arrived on a scheduled flight to Trelew.

From there he went to the municipality where he

arrived walking

.

The high-end truck that moved him was parked two blocks away.

Chubut.

Correspondent.

DS


Look also

Juan Grabois' ironic tweet about VIP vaccinations in the middle of the # 27F march

Juan Grabois repudiated the VIP vaccination: "There is a rural producer who is between life and death, and he deserved that dose"

Source: clarin

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