Except that is not what you wrote at all. You made it seem like things like this would only happen here by making a case of generations and Asia (and bring Japan and Singapore into it when an even worse accident happened in Japan a decade ago) when they have nothing to do with anything, especially the former.
It was probably subconscious on your part, many Westerners do so when tragedies strike outside of the West, but it was pretty clear. Just ask yourself if you would say the same way had this happened in the West. Aka quoting the young vs old talk and corruption.
And about the fake news. I didn’t say you were spreading fake news. What I meant is the media nowadays could very well read into your words and publish a news article about corruption before any legal proceedings. And what would happen if that’s not the case? People wouldn’t forget what they have read.
That’s an even more incredible statement. Who’s brushing off incompetence by arguing that it happens elsewhere as well? I was merely pointing out the logical flaw in his post.
And desperate for friends? Are you serious? So now traffic safety is about making friends? It’s ok to have people die as long as you have these friends?
That’s utterly overreaching. If your first reaction to an accident involving public transportation (which is sadly too common in the world) is young people are particularly hopeless here before any definitive conclusion has been drawn, you’re really just making a case out of nothing.
Besides, in this day and age, in which country are the young hopeful?