Thursday, July 17, 2014

Ignoring reality

First, my condolences to everyone who lost family and friends today aboard Malaysia Air.  It is a horrific event that should be condemned in the strongest of fashions.

The blame, of course, resides upon those who fired the weapon that took the lives on board.  I hope, and pray, that the truth of the matter will come out, in honor of those that died.

I also think Malaysia Air shoulders some of the responsibility for this tragedy, even if indirectly.  Why on Earth would you fly over a war zone?  Why would you put your customers and employees in direct danger of being shot out of the sky? Such blind negligence needs to be pointed out when it cost so many lives.

This same company has still yet to solve it's last tragic event - the disappearance of a similar Boeing 777.

"Searchers are apparently no closer to solving the mystery surrounding the Malaysia Airlines flight which went missing March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew."
Sounds like Malaysia Air is similar to GM, incapable of self-examination, and full of brutal incompetence.  That type of broad ignorance directly lead to fatalities again!

This is why, market forces should be allowed to do what they do.