Don't know if it's human nature that when damage's been done, what we are actually good at is just pointing fingers as to who's at fault. The shocking and the bloody hostage-drama incident in Manila last night, got me impatient for that long wait in front of the tv screen as to when would the incident be over and what actions would have transpired from our men in uniform. I feel like the turtle-like movement of the incident from the length of time it started up to the moment it ended, mirrors the kind of justice system that we have in this country especially for the poor. Will lives of innocent ones have to be at risk because people handling the case aren't perhaps as efficient or reliable as they should be?
Now, the blame seems to be in circus- pointing fingers from the policemen including the SWAT team, the government and then the media men. Now what?? What sense does it have to do to the lives that were lost and to the survivors who experienced the trauma? The death of those Hongkong nationals became senseless only because one man seeking for justice about his case didn't get what he hopes for. We've had enough lessons learned,I guess. The horror of the Maguindanao massacre where case remains unsolved and this frustrating one. Now, what more? Should we all just let life go wasted just that?:(