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Like everyone or the majority, I feel sad for the little girl but I will say it once.|
Like everyone, I feel angry too and I will say it once.
When a tragedy like this happens (especially in China), nobody is perfect and that includes ALL OF YOU too who criticise, bang your head and beat your chest like you had wished to take the place of the little girl.
Fact of the matter is, you are all chatty gentlemen and ladies. You saw the video clip. You were not at the scene. Based on what you saw in the video clip, you made your judgement.
In short, you are all JUDGMENTAL !! Is that a good thing ?
Has anyone of you interviewed the real "indifferent Chinese" passers-by or the "callous" dr ivers at the scene where the accident happened ?
If you had, maybe, and maybe, you would be enlightened to something you never thought of. Who knows, you might even do the same or worse than those "callous" or "indifferent" Chinese people.
I am only curious, how come a toddler (so tiny) was allowed to stray on roads where vans and cars are driven?
Of course, I am not saying that she deserves to die even if she had strayed or her parents were at fault (lapses for whatever reasons). Someone could have saved her. YES. Question is, what's stopping them ?
Someone, find me the FACTS and not be just judgmental !