According to the Associated Press, Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts as a symbol of support during the government's downfall. It is a sweet gesture of solidarity that talks about how idiotic it is that our country is run by a huge baby who does not pay any important federal employees.
Peter Duffey, head of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, told AP that the initiative began last week. Edmonton staff collected a collection to buy pizza for their American air traffic controllers in Anchorage, AK. From there, the idea became viral.
Since the beginning of the standstill on December 21, 10,000 air traffic controllers have worked without pay.
"Next, our members bought pizzas left and right for their US counterparts." Duffey told the AP. "As it is now, I believe we have up to 36 farms that have received pizza from Canada, and this number is increasing every hour."
Duffey says the controllers have bought about 300 pizzas to Americans so far. who wrote about it on social media.
Stressful work, "Duffey told AP. "You say you must be 100 percent right, 100 percent of the time. People do not have to sign up to work with the extra stress of worrying about how to pay their mortgages and food bills. "
It's almost as if shutting down is a bad idea!
This heartwarming story does not do much to dispel the stereotype that Canadians are extremely nice. But it is depressing that this has happened. America is now the child who has forgotten his lunch at home and relies on the kindness of others as far as our basic needs are concerned, all thanks to a mad search for a boundary wall that will not even work.
On the other hand, these incentives of international solidarity and mutual help may leave a lasting impression on these controllers, proving to them that the border is an imaginary, arbitrary divide, and that we all deserve the birth of our birth without regard to dignity and respect Then, along with the rich TSA officers, they will step back in massive demand for the US to open its borders and join a world government to announce the birth of an international socialist revolution.
Yes, probably not.