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Boeing Company Mass Murderer

Boeing Company Mass Murderer

Boeing Company Mass Murderer

  1. One man in New Zealand killed 50 praying people.  Certainly, they were congregated in a specific temple of medieval worship.
  2. Boeing killed 346 people in two 737 Super Max crashes. However, they were within just a few weeks of each other. 

In my opinion, premeditation was a factor in both events. So, here is my problem with the hypocrisy of it all.

All the media, it seems, focuses solely on the anger at the lone gunman who killed 50 misguided people. Misguided, in that they were doing something that should have been long left behind in the dustbin of history. They were praying as a congregation.

Congregational praying is creepy at best. However, just to be clear if you pray in private there is no condemnation. Not from me.

Boeing Company Mass Murderer; is ignored by the media.

The Super MAX crashes claimed 346 lives. I would argue that these 346 lives are worth more than the 50 lives lost in Christchurch, and here’s why.

  1. Fifty people were ignorant enough to participate in congregational cult worship of a non-existent entity.
  2. Three hundred and forty-six people were smart enough to use today’s technology to get on with their daily lives. That is, they took a real flight to a real destination.

The Boeing Company knew that the MCAS software was not fully tested.

The 737 Super Max aircraft is an accident waiting to happen. In conclusion, this might be the beginning of the end of Boeing as a company.

It is the negligence, and may I say also, greed, of the Boeing Company that caused the unnecessary deaths of 346 really innocent people.

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