Your not human, no
you drunk lower class nothing
God sees all the same
I do this thing where I watch about disasters, why I am not sure, a strange facination. Here is one I never knew about until today, a crowd crush in England at a soccor (football) match in which over 90 people died. Below is an excellant documentary. BUT this is what I have taken away.
Police were keeping opposing fans away from each other. There was one side for one set, and another for the other (duh). But one side had more fans, and as the fans (who had tickets mind you) walked into the “standing” part, the people at the front had no where to go, there were 6 foot or so fences. In the aftermath some of the police said the fans did it to themselves being drunk and disorderly. For 25 years those in powerful places kept to that story saying those who died were criminals. Then there was a lengthy inquest, and the truth was brought out.
A human being is a human being is a human being. Good, bad, legal, criminal, we are still human and when in trouble do we not all deserve help? When we forget to help those whom we see somehow as lesser (because they are what, drunk, disorderly, rude to us, beligerant, etc,) they are still human and how we treat them is a mark on us, not them. Ehem, we should also help those who are on the other side of the coin, when they need help. Most of those who died that day could have been saved (so some say in the documentary) had they recieved basic medical emergency care.
There were those who helped those who were in need that day. Some fans in the upper part of the stadium pulled some in the lower crushed part up to them. Others helped on the field as the structure gave way and injured were able to be helped. But there was such confusion, no orderlyness to the ambulances that were able to come, and thus many died. So many were pinned, unable to move, it was hopeless. One reason I dislike crowds.