Truly horrifying news. May the souls of the innocently deceased RIP, and may my thoughts and best wishes reach all the families affected by this utterly barbaric attack.
Yes, it's the confirmed part that I take issue with.What are people falling for? That its confirmed?
money could go towards funeral costs or additional health care stuff, insurance will probably cover most of their lost technology but i think in cases like these they can take a while for them to process everythingI feel rather conflicted about Sentai's fundraising efforts. While I understand that people want to be supportive, I can't really feel happy about it however much money they might raise. Perhaps it's the fact it was so immediate.
When it's a building like Notre Dame, just a thing that can be replaced with enough cash I understand it better, but when we're talking about people's lives... I don't know. Something about the idea of love or sympathy being measured in monetary terms doesn't sit so well with me. Even a hundred million quid isn't going to bring those people back or heal the mental and physical scars the survivors are going to have to live with and it feels a little bit cynical to think that any amount of money can ever put that right.