Sunday, October 2, 2022

“Is It Enough For 15 Days?”: He Shows How Much His Retirement Father Got And His Reaction Goes Viral

Currently, the economy Argentina is experiencing a complex context in the economic sphere, Although there are some who have the possibility to pay their expenses despite the rise in prices, others who must take recourse to the social assistance provided by the government. Be that as it may, the two groups share uncertainty and concern for the future of the country. With regard to these issues, a fact that has made a huge impact on the social network, with a 71-year-old man as its protagonist, went viral for a 71-year-old man. He had a strange reaction when he saw the money he received for his retirement. The moment caused an argument among network users, who were outraged. in dialogue Country, The man’s son, Lucas Gugliotta, explained why he decided to film it.

Lucas was in charge of uncovering what happened on his TikTok account. there he shared clip in which he showed the bundles of bills that his father had brought, Juan CarlosReturning from the bank. “He paid Pocho his retirement! How much did he give you?he asked in a sarcastic tone. “$55,000…is enough for fifteen days”The reply he received with a slight smile showed his desperation.

“I Feel Sad”: He Shows What His Father Got In Retirement And Goes Viral On Tik Tok

Looking at all the bundles together, Lucas said: “It looks like a block! $160”This is how he pointed to the loss of value to the Argentine peso. Then, he asked him how long he contributed, to which Juan Carlos resigned, explaining: “I’ve been working since I was 13, and they reach the minimum”, Finally, and among the images drawn, the young man wrote: “He broke his soul working so that they might despise him like this.”

After the result, and in conversation CountryIn this article, Lucas described how his day-to-day is and his feelings about the economic context of the country. “I’m Argentinian, but i live in united states, We went in 2000, when I was 9 years old. My father worked there for 13 years, paying taxes and always leaving everything blank. Later, He and my mother returned to Argentina for a legal matter. I stayed there and came back in 2017. Now I came back for a few days and I got it all”, he said.

Asked why he decided to film his father’s reaction when he saw his estate pay off, he argued that he did it because he was impressed by what was happening in the country: “It’s not nice to see that his retirement isn’t good enough for him.”

On the other hand, he explained that Juan Carlos has been sued for 6 years for property reassignmentBut till date no reply has been received. “They should give him a lot more. They have 5 trades: Blacksmith, Carpenter, Mechanic, Electrician and Turner. He worked his whole life,” he said.

On how he sees Argentina, he said: “I feel sad. Everything looks different there, but it’s ugly to see your parents, friends and cousins ​​suffer, More if you are out and you can’t do much. It’s a bit strong. Argentines living in the United States They build a community and know what’s going on. In my case, I go back two or three times a year and see what happens when I look for housing or go shopping. What impresses me the most is seeing my family like thisSee how money gives them less, be bitter, it’s always the same conversation”.

Juan Carlos' reaction to seeing what he got for retirement in Argentina
Juan Carlos’ reaction to seeing what he got for retirement in Argentinatik tok @gagolucas5

for its part, Juan Carlos suffered with his life. However, his concern is not so much for himself. “I’m ashamed, more than anything, for those who are left out, those who are young. They don’t know how to shape the future. Sacrifice for what? Not at all, becoming less and less. You work too much and you get paid too little,” he said.

With regard to user comments in the publication made by Lucas on the virtual platform, Majority Supported Retirement, “Today I went to the bank with my grandfather and I was too powerless to see how they wanted to get rid of the $100 bill. It hurts me that they do this to our old men”, lamented a young woman. “The system is broken. How sad,” added another.

“It’s unfortunate, it makes me so sad to see that the money isn’t worth it. To think you saw all those bills before and it was a lot, now it’s nothing”, was another comment that was different from the rest.

Some comments made by Argentine users in the publication
Some comments made by Argentine users in the publicationTikTok @GagoLucas5

in two days, Post got 34 thousand I like this and 1 million views. Lucas is still in Buenos Aires and he said that Her parents plan to return to the United States, Although it hurts him to see what happens in the country, he assures that his love for his loved ones is beyond all kinds of inconvenience and he always chooses to return to the place where he grew up.

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