Andrew Pavliuk
I was envisioning him as a bad arrogant callous person, who oversteps the powers to his employees and verges on a psycho sickness until recently when I put a news report on and I saw him in another light. Of course, I can't say with 100% assurance that the reportage has not been bought by him and all this information is total pure truth, but considering a channel, where it was shown, it is even harder to believe that such a respectful and independent source would sell the fake news. And so, in that issue, there was about him going along with the idea of volunteering for a poor part of citizens via allocating money in this realm. And he suggests taking these resources out of a millitary budget, which is too big nowadays from his perspective. By this way he wants to flatten the general social life level. As well, he presumes that people of whom an overall income exceeds 5 thousand per month bring much less tax money than they should have. He draws attention that we need to look up to Scandinav countries, where big percents are an inherent part of success and prosperity. And for those people who will balk at taxes, therefore, breach a law, we also have to institute new rules and acts of preventing them from doing this. At last, he concluded with a little bit of platitude. Like, host of our governors have lightened up lately and speculate that by doing nothing they can keep the authority for next years; that at the helm, people who only do is nagging their purer citizens by giving all dividences to the reach class. And the government is going to fizzle out sooner than they might think of. Obviously, there was a typical politician chatter to some extent, but anyway, the pivotal moment was that he is against the current situation. While he was speaking, I even got embraced that maybe he is reading my thoughts, cause last weeks in, what I do is discussing the same problems like poverty and how to tackle it; that only a few homes in on that kind of problems.
Feb 17, 2021 5:22 PM
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I envisioned him as a bad, arrogant, callous person, who oversteps the bounds of his power to his employees and verges on a psycho sickness until recently when I saw a news report on and I saw him in another light. Of course, I can't say with 100% assurance that the reportage has not been bought by him or all this information is totally the pure truth, but considering t channel where it was shown, it is even harder to believe that such a respectful and independent source would sell fake news. So, in that issue, it was about him going along with the idea of volunteering for poor citizens via allocating money in this realm. And he suggests taking these resources out of a millitary budget, which is too big nowadays from his perspective. In this way he wants to flatten the general social level. As well as this he presumes that people for whom overall income exceeds 5 thousand per month bring much less tax money than they should do. He draws attention to Scandi countries where big percentages are an inherent part of success and prosperity and for those people who will baulk at taxes, therefore breaching a law, we also have to institute new rules and acts to prevent them from doing this. At last, he concluded with a little platitude - a host of our governors have lightened up lately and speculate that by doing nothing they can keep their authority for next years; that at the helm people who only do are not caring about their poorer citizens by giving all dividends to the rich class. The government is going to fizzle out sooner than they might think of. Obviously, there was typical politician chatter to some extent, but anyway, the pivotal fact was that he is against the current situation. While he was speaking I even got embarrassed thinking that maybe he is reading my thoughts, because last week what I did was discuss the same problems such as poverty and how to tackle it and only a few hone in on that kind of problem.
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Feb 17, 2021 5:46 PM
I was envisioning him as a bad, arrogant, callous person, who oversteps his power over his employees and verges on a psycho sickness until recently when I put a news report on and I saw him in another light. Of course, I can't say with 100% assurance that the reportage has not been bought by him and all this information is total pure truth, but considering the channel, where it was shown, it is even harder to believe that such a respectful and independent source would sell fake news. In the report ( or according to..) he was going along with the idea of helping the poor citizens via allocating them money . And he suggests taking these resources out of a millitary budget, which is a big deal from his perspective. In this way he wants to flatten the general social order level. As well, he presumes that people of whom an overall income exceeds 5 thousand per month bring much less tax money than they should have. He draws attention that we need to look up to Scandinavian countries, where big tax percentages are an inherent part of success and prosperity. And for those people who will balk at taxes, therefore, breach a law, we also have to institute new rules and acts of preventing them from doing this. At last, he concluded with a little bit of platitude. Like, a host of our governors who have lightened up lately and speculate that by doing nothing they can keep the authority for the coming years; that at the helm, people who only do nagging their purer citizens by giving all dividences to the reach class. And the government is going to fizzle out sooner than they might think of. Obviously, there was typical politician chatter to some extent, but anyway, the pivotal point was that he is against the current situation. While he was speaking, I even got embarrassed that maybe he Might be reading my thoughts, be in the last week, I have been discussing the same problems like poverty and how to tackle it; that only a few homes in on that kind of problems.
Feb 17, 2021 5:48 PM
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Andrew Pavliuk
Language Skills
English, Russian, Ukrainian
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English