I’m sure by now you’ve all heard about the ‘Subway’ incident. If you haven’t, turn on the news. While in the RV Park, we get the daily paper and I happened to see the story (and photo) of the man ‘pushed’ onto the subway tracks and killed minutes later by the oncoming train.
Now, I get that people with camera’s always want to ‘capture’ the moment but come on, really? NO ONE did anything to help this man – NO ONE, not even the man who took the photo. What does that say about us? About him? About everyone standing around on the platform watching? (all those waiting for the subway)… Is it so important now in the days of this ‘social media’ cloud that we’ve forgotten our humanity?
Has the need to make sure people have ‘a picture’ become so great that it outweigh’s one’s life? “What the hell have we become?” I get that the ‘camera man’ and all those there on the platform are and will be traumatized probably for the rest of their lives after witnessing this man’s death, but come on people … when did watching and taking pictures of a man about to die become more important than being human?
This man was murdered in front of so many others…NO ONE deserves that, no one. I bet he didn’t get a picture of the man/person who pushed this man onto the tracks. Why would he? Why take a photo of a murderer when you can get a shot of the death?
I’m so disgusted and saddened … my thoughts and prayers go out to this man’s family & friends xoxo
… just sayin’ …
That’s just my opinion ~ what’s yours?
uyvs ~ xoxo ♥