The DDP is really, getting into that BAD habit, of pointing fingers, and NOT taking responsibilities here, but heck, what CAN you expect, as they’d been doing it that way since BEFORE day one already! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
On the eve of the anniversary of the Taroko Express accidents, right in time with the Memorial Holiday weekend, the Southeast Cement factory taking down the tanks accidentally crushed the high voltage towers, causing the HSLR and Taiwanese railroad systems halting, giving the tens of thousands of travelers an April Fool’s Day present.
The HSLR stopped the trains first, and, a lot of the passengers’ immediate interactions was, “What animal is it this time?”, this is NO April Fool’s joke. The outage of March third, the government didn’t prioritize in discussing the shortages of electrical power provisions, or the electrical networks, but blamed it on the birds, the snakes, the squirrels, and the monkeys also; Xing, who was about to become the head of general attorney’s office even questioned, that the animals are thrown by unknown persons intentionally, and asked the public to keep a keen eye on the antisocial individuals who are trying to mess with the faith that we the people have toward the government, and that was, truly, shocking!
here’s what the government say, what caused the power outages here awhile ago…
And the shutting down electrical power, causing the speed rails to stop operating, before the animals, and the antisocial criminals had been found responsible yet, the city of Kaohsiung started fining the factory plant that had stopped its operations, the Department of Transportation also stated that they will pay for all the losses completely too. But just last year, Southeast Cement Company had a death that happened with the tearing down of the towers, the city councilperson criticized the city government’s means of workers’ safety measures being lacking, which was what caused the “Copy and Paste” accidents that’s occurred, one right after the next, and the next, and the, next.
While, this latest derailing by the construction site, was seemingly, “copied and pasted” from last year’s Taroko Express accident; the railroad system’s land allotting committee questioned, that if this was a major accident with the two trains being operated too close to each other, while does the Department of Transportation KNOW, how many dangerous construction sites are out there, that may also, cause the life of the passengers to get threatened, or even, lost?
The security problems of connecting of the rail systems had already caused huge impacts on the economics, transportation here, as well as concerns of us all, becoming a matter of national security to Tsai’s government; but the root these lies in the energy policies, and the culture of safety measures. The government led by Tsai, as well as the Kaohsiung City Government can keep on evading their responsibilities, but, it’s way PAST April Fools, no need to scapegoat on the animals, or those, anti-government individuals now, do we?
And, this still just continued to show, how this government led by the DDP still refused to man up, how they kept on, evading responsibilities, giving people the excuses of “oh, it’s not our fault”, and, it’s always, someone else’s fault, the power provisions, the derailing of trains, the rocks that fell from the side of the mountains, that knocked that part of the bridge out, and with the train speeding too fast, and that part of the bridge that got knocked out is at a turn, and naturally, the train conductor couldn’t see it, so WHAM, all passengers onboard, put your life vests on, ‘cuz you all are, going for, that S-W-I-M! And that, is how this FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!) government does it.