You know, after the ship wreck that happened in Korea I came to realize one thing: we don’t know what’s more important, the approval to save lives, the mission to stop an oil spill or to save as many people as possible
I heard two things that literally set me on fire
1. There was an American navy ship (something like that) that had been there and called the president for permission to help the sinking ship. Permission not granted
2. Rather than saving the people on board they were trying to stop the oil spill
1. You shouldn’t need to ask permission to rescue anyone be it your nations people or another’s. You see someone that needs help like let’s day they fell you don’t call your mother and say “hey mom is it okay if I help this person?” And if your mother says no you don’t just go “sorry, good luck with that”
No. You don’t.
2. What’s more important? An oil spill or the rescue of humans?
I’m not sorry these issues should be addressed.
I’m not even sure if these two things even happened, I was informed through a Korean friend. But even if it didn’t happen, these issues should be addressed
Should you have to ask permission before helping or rescuing anybody
And which is the priority? Human life or the prevention of an oil spill
I mean something similar to this night happen in the future; better know who comes first.