They should kill 300 citizens of Europe and Australia to make people talk about "massacre, murder and crime". Thousands of refugees there are; hundreds of innocent people (amoung them children too) were killed in Ukraine during months, but you said little.
Of course you are 100% right. Unfortionately it just seems to be a very human thing.
"Did you hear about that bus full of tourists that drove off a cliff in Peru? Luckily there were no Dutch people in it!"
"It's very, very tragic that 4469 Americans had to die in that war in Iraq... Sorry, what? There were over half a million Iraqi casualties? Well, that's too bad, isn't it?"
"I think that country just might be a threat to our country. I say we should just drop an atom bomb on it and be done with it."
"I know there are thousands of orphans starving to death in other countries, but shouldn't we help the poor children in our own country first? I know this kid who's never even been on a holiday because his parents can't afford it, who not help him instead of some children that live thousands of miles away?"
I hear stuff like that all the time and obviously it's just wrong. But I guess that's just how most of us humans are built. I try not to think that way, but in this regard I guess that nobody's completely innocent...