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Post time 2015-8-6 21:42:47 |Display all floors
A tragedy--beyond any family's heritage occured March 2014 over the Indian Ocean. Under normal circumstances for any news coming out of China is tempered--tempered by diplomacy--tempered by future negotiations with Anyone. However, there are two situations that occured in 2014 that well may mark a new consensus by public opinion while tragedy has indeed struck China without predjudice of age, professional or gender that was not a natural disaster which only Mother Earth can be faulted.

The silence both over and under the radar is defining...A nation governed by atheism has allowed religious doctrines to speak their mind. One person lost on MH370 will, in effect directly and indirectly affect more than 50 other lives. It is the religious beliefs that fills the families with outrage and anger that htey lost loved ones and want answers...these answers are not available...those in charge sahould be tempering the anger against another nation..instead of allowing the festering to grow.

It is also the media--western as it may be--which fuels the grief-just when someone thinks they can adjust to life without their loved ones---any sparkler will ignite a new phase of anger. Without inspection and didestion of all available information public statements are not given to the public.

The sophisticated presence of national leaders is need here and now. Tolerance was given recently to a neighboring community--but warned further difficulties will not be  acceptable.

The families should be allowed theior grief..in this grief the leaders should be stannding by them--just like Lei Fung who has been eulogised for 15 years over every media allowed..for kindness and understanding, The leaders would shine in the greates light if they themselves TO follow Lei Fung wit

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