Who wants the souls of earthquake victims in Morocco to be buried under the rubble over time? Is there a goal for the authorities in this, or do you see it as “pride in sin” that may have a future after it if the Moroccan people finish burying their relatives?!
The earthquake in Morocco was not in fact the one that struck a few days ago. Rather, the real earthquake was the one that struck human feelings so that they collapsed completely in the chests of the palace rulers and the royal army commanders, breaking their compass of rationality, until they left the bodies of thousands of Moroccans rotting under the rubble in front of the eyes of the peoples. The world, given the insane impotence that King Mohammed VI was hiding from all his allies! To let the palace and its men fall into ruins, by rejecting international aid that would have saved the lives of the victims so that they could be buried with dignity, many of whom have lost all their lives!
Away from the hell that Moroccans are experiencing as a result of the effects of the earthquake, which the world sees daily and hears from the mouths of the bereaved and the bereaved. Away from all of that. Will the warehouse end up opening the door to human aid to their fellow human beings in Morocco under terrible international pressure that has never been seen before in such circumstances? ?!
If so, then the store will have proven its abject failure by presenting itself to the world as an all-powerful and powerful person who has no need, and this is the disgrace of eternity itself, and thus it will not escape the judgment and accusation of mismanagement, thus bearing the soul of every Moroccan who died under the rubble..
If we assume for the sake of argument that the first scenario will not happen, will the Makhzen remain, a week after the devastating earthquake, closing the doors in the face of all humanity, in exchange for its complete inability to create even a single play, as is its custom, which might restore the balance between the masses of those who believe and deny the Makhzen’s ability to save its people who took to the streets? He shouts to bury the one whose body was recovered and extract the trapped people, whether alive or dead!?
In this case, too, the situation gets worse and deteriorates from hour to hour, if not from time to time, so that the royal palace and the army face Moroccan popular maturity at its utmost level, because demanding a reckoning for hunger is not the same as demanding a popular reckoning from its rulers for the lives that are lost openly, day and night, among others. The hands of its owners without the warehouse being able to move.
When a person becomes paralyzed under shock in a tragedy like this, that paralysis is usually a stage of maturity and deep thinking about the environment in which the afflicted person lives, and in which he stands on the ruins of the causes of his calamity, ending with the necessity of searching for the truth, which in the case of brotherly Morocco this time No reasoning needed!
In all cases, the warehouse appears in an unprecedented manner in the guise of a “criminal against humanity.” Preventing human beings from helping other human beings facing death, as documented by popular phone cameras every minute, has never been done before except by Hollywood horror movie script writers!
In the face of this criminal madness of the rulers of the Makhzen, and we are days away from the 78th session of the United Nations, the world must strongly condemn the abuse of Moroccan bodies by leaving them under the rubble and claiming the ability to help by the authorities of their country. May God have mercy on our Moroccan brothers and make their abode paradise.