It would seem the UK has forgotten of the tragedy that is happening outside of the spit of land we live on, which is what I posted about before. Fear that we would forget about the true issue that we all face, and I will continue to write about it, I will continue to raise the awareness, keep it as much as I can in the eye and lives of the people I know. We all need to remember that we are all lucky, we live in a society of choice, whereas they do not, well I lie, they do have a choice, 2 to be more precise and no its not life or death, it is simply certain death or a possible chance of life. As the first picture of Aylan Kurdi appeared in the public eye, so many calls on the government to do more were heard, however now the voices have quietened down, and they have withdrawn the rescue ships, why?
I do not know why, did they feel it was a waste of resources? Probably, are they right? No, they are wrong, do they think that if they slyly move away from the situation without making too much of a racket about it people will not notice? Do they honestly think that ignoring the situations means it will resolve itself? Who knows, but I honestly don't know what the British public can think at times, ignoring the problem won't make it go away. Even if you can't do anything yourself, just stop to think what you have in your life, stop and think what they don't have. If you can still say your life is still bad then either you are one of those unfortunate people, or you are a hypochondriac with very little human left in you.
|How can we deny HUMANS moments of sheer joy like this!|