The first revolution brought them terrorism, the second revolution made them poor.
Sad state of affairs, perhaps one of the worst nights of my life was the first night of the second revolution when I was living in Maadi, the Police had left the streets as the Army was taking over and the Prison in Maadi was left unattended. Evert inmate simply walked out. Most were never recaught it was at that point by company moved me to Hurghada for 2 weeks in a 5-star hotel whilst it all settled down.
The whole of the following year, the Police station on the Maadi Corniche was shot up bi-monthly.
Egypt is much worse than reported and I was there very recently.
Even those people give normally give it a bit. Actually, most do. Even most initial reports from various media outlets are just the facts and nature of the incident. Then, after some time has passed, gun control is discussed.
Oh, believe me. JKBart might say otherwise but humor isn't some exemption for someone who wishes to make a legitimate point. It's crazy that a lot of people still think that.
My point might be weak if that was, in fact, my point. The word "immediately" in my initial post is what gives you an idea about where I'm coming from.
All I am saying is to give it a bit of time before delving into that and that most journalists normally do this as well by merely reporting the state of the incident, lightly speculating on motivation before commenting further and/or elaborting on the political/moral/whatever concerning the situation. From my point of view, empathy should precede discussion, particularly with a tragedy of this magnitude.
This showcases a lack of empathy for the victims. Shit like this, this soon, is trying to prove a point (a shit one, at that) at the expense of a horrible tragedy.
KILL YOUR OPPOSITION
Last edited by The Lost on Nov 25th, 2017 at 06:19 AM