London Bridge

Ah yes, yet another incident where most people freak and some get angry for people only caring about because it’s all over the media.

This time I Felt it too. Reading a headline and feeling your heart drop.

It was only about 20 minutes ago I got a snapchat from my best and most beloved friend Emmely, who was standing on The London Bridge. And then reading the headline “attack on London bridge, at leats 20 hurt” Was the worst possible thing I could imagine.

She I luckily okay, but that could have been her, I could have lost her today. And I’m Not okay with that.

Perhaps people freak out about these situations, because they hit a little too close to home, compared to all the other incidents that happen every day and we all know about, but doesn’t get covered as much in the media.

I know for a fact, that I learned a new perspective on this situation today, and I didn’t like it.

I don’t know many facts about the case itself yet, so perhaps i will make another blog on it another day.


A late but relevant look on the Ariana scandal in Manchester

The whole Ariana Grande scandal was in every way terrible. Matching a lot of other events happening at the moment. And I really respect the way Ariana has treated the whole situation.

I have over the last couple of weeks read tonnes of opinions not only on the whole situation but also on how people react to the whole situation. One of the opinions that truly got to me, was the idea that, yes the whole situation is very tragic, but there are happening things like this every day, and people only care because it’s all over the media. I kinda agree with this, and kinda not. Because yes, this is all over the media, and that is why people care about it. But I feel like if we did more talking about the things that are happening every day, people would probably care about that too.

Most people don’t react like this to these situations because the wanna look good, most people actually do it because they are in fact scared, and perhaps even sad. Because when things like this happen, it is very easy to get scared. I remember the first time I heard of a terror attack I was scared for weeks, barely wanted to leave the house.

So in conclusion: It’s okay to be scared and react they way you do. But perhaps not say stuff like “I can’t believe something like this could happen.” Because it does every single day, and we all need to talk more about that. The first step to fixing a problem is admitting there is a problem.