Depends on who defines what a crime is.
Posted by Wickedpinto on October 11, 2010
“Officials are talking about “human error” which sounds like a remarkably benign way of describing the situation to me. In all likelihood it is the result of criminal neglect.”
Could the reason be that they are a borderline backwards nation masquerading as a contemporary society who are using the “history” of their “glory” to fan dance “intellectuals” into supporting them despite their failures?
And again, Dave, it all depends on who is allowed to legislate what a “crime” is.
[edit: I meant that ENVIRONMENTALLY it would be that bad, not in terms of human life, but who can tell.]
[think I meant to inlude: “It will certainly be added to the alarming list of greatest anthropogenic environmental disasters. Why is it receiving so little attention here?” Yeahp, looks and sounds horrible. I ain’t a greeny, but like pretty stuff, and the ability to drink water. Looks like budapest is screwed for a little while.]
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