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10:12 - I love how he left the commentary "shut the fuck up" because it's so fucking random and funny! 🎬
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Did you edit the video. I think there's some parts missing
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"Captain get back on board for fuck sake"As an italian I am greatful that you shed light on this tragedy
"Vada a bordo, cazzo!"(Get back on board for ****'s sake!)
De Falco also said "You may have escaped the ocean but I will hurt you" like??? Bro go off! YES
@Hitsugi Hime 柩 姫 It was at the time, at least here in Spain
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Schettino was definitely a scapegoat. His actions were undoubtedly irredeemable, but he was the only one really punished for the actions of incompetent higher-ups and mail order employment.
One thing is to be an incompetent captain, and another thing is to be a liar and coward instead of doing everything possible to save the ship and the people.
Welcome to Italy. Where all the burden is tossed onto one man while the rest wash their hands and absolve themselves.
@Peero N What is more concerning to be is that while the preperations for the close sail by were happening, he was down getting half cut with his fucking first officer in the dining room. Sure, fine when the ships in open water, but if you're going to go near fucking rocks as part of a show off routine, the captain should be on deck and certainly fuckin sober. It's also painfully obvious the captain knew basically fuckin nothing about sailing, he shouldn't of had that position to begin with. He was probably used to just giving heading commands and letting someone actually semi-competent sort it out, and had never been in a situation when he has to bark out orders like an actual captain under pressure.
Hard disagree. The position of Captain comes with the associated responsibility and he failed to shoulder any of it.
Corruption is just typical in Italy. It is a beautiful country, but unfortunately, it has the most reprehensible characters in every position of authority.
Worth pointing out that Schettino probably changed out of uniform and into a suit during the rescue attempts so that people wouldn't readily identify him as the captain and would leave him alone and he could escape criticism and a potentially angry mob. Maybe a bit cynical, but I honestly believe that's the reason he changed his clothes.
@Abb Cc it's most likely a favor from the mob.
@JTOMYHOPE Oh shit yeah, I completely forgot about the Sewol ferry incident!That one was super tragic!
@ds.karma not the captain in Titanic, the main villain/fiance who was obsessed with getting the necklace. He dressed as a woman and grabbed a random child in order to be let onto a lifeboat. Did you forget that detail?In another real life example tho, the captain of the Korean Sewol ferry in 2014 abandoned ship and let 300 high school students drown in their rooms.
@JTOMYHOPE The captain of the Titanic famously went down with the ship. Where'd you get that from?
Not trying to a dick I promise, but...yeah. I'm sorry but I thought that was totally obvious without having to allude to it 🤷♂️
As a perfectionist, I know nothing is perfect. But my god this video is as close to perfect as possible. For so many reasons I can't even begin to list them all. I've watched enough KZclip to know there's always those videos you go back to because they're just so damn good. This is one of them
There are many errors and mistakes in the video, some of which he addressed on his second channel. One he didn't is calling it "the biggest cruise ship disaster since Titanic" while MS Estonia sank in 1994 and had 850 people die. It's a great vide (I watched it multiple times) but it is far from perfection.
I agree! This is one of those gems! 😀👍
This dude made an over 40min video feel like 4min cause it fully satisfied my Planck time attention span
YES! I watched the whole thing which is rare for me when it comes to long clips. This was awesome. Funny too!
Tbh that engineer in the engine room was truly incredible and was a first class engineer turning the fan on and off and staying down there even though it was flooded
@Crack That's gonna look good on his future resumes.Experience: Well one time I stood in a flooding engine room of a sinking ship and kept the entire electrical system online with a rag and a screwdriver.
"I am an engineer. I fix tactical problems."
@Kerem Mete Özdemir the engineer is engihere
What a hero. If it wasn't for him, that situation would've been way worse and with way more casualties
@Kerem Mete Özdemir that's "Das Boot" level on engineering. Top man
imagine living through this and then being recommended this masterpiece of a KZclip content
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@Claudia thanks for the insight.
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I really appreciate that around 23:50, Internet Historian drops the pretenses of comedy and memes, as well as all music and sound effects, for just a moment, to be entirely frank and straightforward about the gravity of the tragedy; the death toll, and the real harm the disaster caused. It's a very tasteful moment of sobriety in an otherwise humorous and informative documentary.
A good comedian knows when to stop with the jokes
@Corey Coleman I also apologize because I wasn't trying to give you a hard time I was actually trying to give Gilbert a hard time about giving you a hard time and now I've unintentionally given only myself a hard time. This is what I get. From here on out I didn't see anything either. 🤦🏼♀️👍👍😬🙃😉
@Corey Coleman best answer EVER!! 😉🙃
@Kelly ryan Unfortunately for you, I only care juuust enough to post this comment. So now, I going to say, I didn't see anything.
This was awesome. The amount of work that went into this production is staggering. Brilliant.
I know the event was a disaster which cost innocent lives & my words won’t help those whom lost loved ones but your treatment of those in charge & style of this criticism of that ship is very entertaining & informative.
So many scary details, the fact that the Costa Concordia was allowed to have a bridge officer that wasn't a native speaker is shocking, the fact that he was the helmsman is mindblowing!!!
@kawaiilotus yeah, but that’s not always true though
@Mariuss Marius the likelyhood of a person of two of those countries having at least a half reasonable command of the English language is pretty decent though.
@R Hamlet yeah, if ship flies panama, cayman islands or whatever other flag, Italian government can’t do anything about it. It’s all corruption and the only thing that can change that is people boycotting cruise ships, but that’s never going to happen. It’s a sad reality, a modern slavery of some sort. I’ve spent 10 years at sea and let me tell ya, 90% of people I ever worked with would tell that they regret they chose this path, most of them have major psychological problems, addictions and etc. It’s all a big shitshow at sea. But hey, some people have to suffer almost inhumane living conditions, sacrificing 2/3 if not more or their lives so people could get their chinese crap cheaply delivered and have their fun cruises watching philipino slaves dancing arround them in white uniforms.
@Mariuss Marius Companies will do anything they can to reduce costs and maximize profits. It is always a balancing act between exploitation and consumer/state pushback. The consumers in this case don't know shit about it, so it is up to the state, and Italy is like "Well, we like big ships, so go on ahead and self regulate" which creates fucking nightmare situations Since ships can register in pretty shitty places to avoid taxes and regulations, that only makes things worse...
@R Hamlet and if you would look into it, every year plenty of accidents happen, you never hear about it if its not a cruise ship, noone cares if the whole crew or part of it dies and 90% of accidens are caused by human error
Who spends over 500 million on a ship and then hires a security guard to be in charge and a painter to steer it...
The mob, obviously.
The drug smuggling mafia thats who
The same type of guys that hire crackheads to work for them then wonder why stuff is always missing?
Apparently, it's common for captains to join a company in a non-captain role, to get their foot in the door for when a captain role opens up
Many people who died were found in the elevators. When power went down they got stuck between floors. The security system malfunctioned in some of them and people could scape, but others had their doors shut and they couldn't be open from the inside. However power was restored, light came back and there are videos of people casually walking around and staff telling them that everything is ok and to stay calm. That is, there was a moment in which they could have checked the elevators for people trapped and maybe try to open them, but for some reason they decided to just wait. I can't stop thinking about how many people could have survived if they had just checked.
Terrifying to be trapped in a box filling with water, and no one hears your cries for help through the pandemonium outside
The conversation between the coastguard and the captain,to me, is the most interesting piece of this story! Look it up, it is hereon utube too.
Whoever decided to play " my heart will go on" in the restaurant as the ship was going down was a real one
Madlad. They probably thought F it we playin a meme song
I feel like the first thing you should never do while working on a cruise ship is do _anything_ that thousands of people would associate with a sinking cruise ship, _especially_ if the ship is literally sinking at the time lmao
They should've played “Nearer My God to Thee” 😂
Like the first minute or so I’m asking myself why am I watching this and then I ended up watching another two minutes and now I’m gonna watch everything you’ve ever made.
Watch his "Brad's Wife" video. You'll be glad you did.
The saddest part is that no one had to die. If they had just been responsible and gotten people off the ship sooner, it’s possible if all or most of those who lost their lives could have been saved. Great video! Entertaining and informative.
@screamsintothevoid9968 Reported his response for barely coded antisemitism. I just now noticed this comment thread. Thank you for asking for clarification, they made themselves clear in their response.
The South Korean couple still would of died.
@Neurono C. “kosher” 🤥💵
All they had to do was get people out of the lifts the moment it struck, and get everyone to the top of the ship, or to the opposite side of the damaged part, maybe only a couple of lost people would have got themselves killed that way.
@Neurono C. "Too kosher"?
the ad read in this video is severely underrated.“I took the brakes off my car. Man like me, never really learned how to stop…”“Shut the FUCK UP”
Seeing that count bar of "People Still Onboard" and expecting it to go down to zero but didn't. It brought some heavy chill down my spine. This happening while I'm watching the captain lied about being the last to leave the ship at the same time...Holy shit, one man's lack of responsibility and accountability really cost 32 lives. It's really through IH's creative delivery and humor that made me stomach watching this vid without feeling furious throughout.
Ships bells are basically the identity of the ship and are expensive and kept in immaculate condition. I work on a tugboat and even our bell was stolen recently
it must take… big bells
Aren't the bells fairly heavy? Must be hard to steal
I wonder who the hell actually has the bell. It had to have been heavy and to lug it all the way to shore and wherever else without getting noticed, not to mention years later is really impressive.
@Leviathan Xyzzy that's probably the funniest part of this entire thing lmao
Just checked, still hasn’t been found since 2012.
I'm Italian, this is a god-tier documentary, not even the journalists are this good at reconstruct the events.Hell, I've learned more about the event by watching this video than from the actual media.
Media isn't meant to inform, it's meant to entertain and manipulate
@MomonYeah. And to be fair, you did totally fuck up Unternehmen Zitadelle 🤪
@Orppranator It was biased against the Russian government but not nuclear energy
@Orppranator yes it was biased on the political level but the conversation was about how they misunderstood the nuclear energy and thermal explosions.
David Ramirez HBO’s documentary on Chernobyl.
I'll NEVER set foot on a cruise ship. Look up what a Flag of Convenience is in connection to how crimes are handled on them.
fun fact: if you look up "the captain goes down with the ship" on wikipedia Schettino's name is the first counter example
UTTERLY BRILLIANT! The best docu or any vid for that matter I have ever seen on KZclip!
The tonal switch between the first half and second half of the video is so well executed. The pictures of the before and after of the Concordia are especially haunting, for some reason. Chills, every time.
I don't think people give this deputy mayor enough credit. He literally ran onto a sinking ship to help people, thats not his responsibility nobody would expect him to do that. He just did that because he's a good person
I'm generally skeptical when I see a politician trying to do something good, but I think he was just a good person.
@Derek Woods Right? Like who the fuck cares if he did it for clout all that matters is he was there when needed and probably saved lives during a disaster
@Mankeil i think people do things without selfish motives. but not successful politicians. otherwise they wouldn't be successful.also rushing into danger does not equal good. as an example there's this guy called dan bilzarian (context: he's a rich instagram playboy) that attempted to force his way into an active shooting, tried to get an officer to hand over his gun so he could rush in and save the day and be a hero. was this a good act? putting yourself in danger to help people is a virtuous act. so virtue ethics would suggest it was good.i disagree. i believe in motives. dan was trying to take advantage of the situation for attention and fame. as it stands all he did was get in the officer's way and make things worse. but even if the outcomes were good i still wouldn't call it a moral action because his motives were corrupt.believing in intention-based ethics is not braindead. it's a legitimate branch of moral philosophy that a lot of people share.being suspicious of big politicians isn't braindead either. they have such a historical track record that anyone *at least not a little bit suspicious* of them would be braindead. especially not in a nation with a lot of corruption like italy.though if i hadn't said so already my comments were speculative. i don't know his intentions. so i don't know if it was moral or immoral. which is why i'm arguing that people who don't know him shouldn't assume he's a saint.
@sad pee hurr durr "he's a politician, he's probably done it for clout" has to be the most brain dead shit I've ever read.This is a major of a small island, jumping aboard a fucking sinking ship, to help with the rescue operations.Why did he look for the crew? Had the captain been there he would've been in charge, so the major would've had to follow the crew's directions on how to proceed about helping.And lastly, who gives a shit what his motives where. No, no one, NOONE, not even a monk does something for nothing, get it through your skull.What matters is what he's done, not why.
I'd certainly like to buy him a drink.
I'm making my grandma watch this and she seems really invested
The live timer gives this video such a in real time almost streamed effect
28:18The pressure wasn’t the only thing mounting upon her
what happened was a lax captain and imbecile who didn't obey protocol therefore his crew did not. I bet he never forced his entire crew to do a fire drill once. or an evacuation drill. that's something any good captain would do randomly and often. and the black box 404 is sus AF
Love how none of the passengers trusted the staff and they were completly right.
They literally boarded another Titanic and were like "Yeah yeah, I KNOW WHAT HAPPENED"Just a bunch of people who were okay with dying honestly
@DolphinCruiser yea that that was well to say it was a shame would be an understatement
@Sir IronSights I came to tell you that ya captured a solid comment, to find that you were the OG. Yarr Matey.
This actually reminds me of the sinking of the Oceanos, a much more "fun" story as it's objectively more absurd, and no one died. a Greek ship where upon realizing the ship was flooding, all the officers grabbed their luggage and left... without the passengers, or indeed most of the other staff. Basically the distress call that was sent out included this line "Well, I haven't got a rank, I'm a guitarist." Indeed this guitarist in particular would survive yet another wreck a several years later. But yeah, you heard that right, passengers & non-officer crew, at the direction of the entertainment staff. Among the notables include the guitarists, a magician, the entertainment director, and two passengers; a father and who were placed in charge of securing everyone in a harness, so the helicopter could pull them up and take them in tripe to shore. Because of the delay, the ship was listing to badly for them to launch more of the lifeboats, nor could the helicopter remove people in a more conventional fashion. There was even an accident where a miscommunication caused the harness to be lifted before an elderly man was properly secured. He well dozens of feet into the deadly waters of the South African coast, and somehow lived. The Captain incidentally, did not go with the other officers. He was found kind of just chilling, completely checked out. He eventually got it together and tried to sneak onto one of the few lifeboats they were able to launch, but the remaining crew caught him and pulled him back. He eventually gave them the slip and was later found on shore when they're were still dozens of people on board.
@Sir IronSights to this day this is one of the funniest replies I've ever seen
I suddenly realized at 3AM that this is exactly why the Kobayashi Maru test exists in Star Trek.(For all you non-Trekkies, the test is a deliberately stressful, no-win scenario designed to gauge a captain's performance under pressure and weed out potential Schetinnos.)
There should be a pseudo remake/ sequel to Titanic with this
What's kind of shocking is just how much justice for this was cucked by Italy. The other crew members on the bridge were just absolved of responsibility in order to make Schettino the sacrificial lamb. He obviously deserved it, but the fact that everybody else was just let off the hook was some kangaroo court stuff. Especially when the company got off with a slap on the wrist. And that's before even getting into De Falco's demotion because his superior was butthurt.
I love how you tell the full story of so many unrecognized moments in history.I’m absolutely falling in love with this channel.
I love how the captain kind of looks like Michal Scott
27:00 Honestly, props to the random Aussie who tried to auction off the *ENTIRE FUCKING SHIP* on eBay. The fact that the highest bid was nearly 1009 Australian dollars is even better
Respect for mentioning the salvage worker at 23:50. He did not die this day, but in some degree still because of this event.
At least everyone studied Titannic. Crashing plates. Go back to our quarters? Nah, we're good.
The crewman who died evacuating people was the real hero. May he rest in peace.
@Alex Quinn In this case the "hero" is dead and can not gain much from having his story told (though it should still be done) while the "villain" is alive and deserving of some form of punishment. Point being that in this case, having unequal focus on the captain is understandable since something can be done about it.
How did I see this comment right as the crew member is mentioned
If I was the parents, I'd go after the Captain for wrongful death.
Don’t forget the coast guard guy and the vice mayor, as well as a waitress who sacrificed her own life jacket, as I read in another comment
@Adrian Ciurea You're an actual disrespectful snake.
the interior after the crash looks like a backrooms level.
Lulz, I love your channel!!
If there's one thing I've learned from wacky disasters, it's that it's way less destructive to admit you fucked up and take the embarrassment to ask for help than to keep lying when things are getting progressively worse in the hopes you can squeak out a w.
I’ve just discovered this channel. I’m 10 minutes in and I’m hooked, line and sinker. Not just because of the great video and unsurpassed storytelling but that NordVPN as was as well written as the rest of the video! And I hate ads (who doesn’t). Instant subscribe !
@Turbo Last Name I’ll bring the sandwiches and we can picnic
Welcome to the gang. We meet at the big tree in the park for lunch on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
Internet Historian is a shining example of quality over quantity.
it feels low effort but extremely high effort at the same time
@Julian r y
You can’t have quality over quantity when there’s no quantity
Yeah I consider him to be a real content creator. Now... Most content creators comment on content that has already been created...😂
It’s so much worse when you realize that all of this was caused by him showing off for his mistress. That’s literally it.
We need more info about Russel Rebello,,the fact that he had every opportunity to escape but stayed to usher people off the sinking ship,giving his life in the process,proves he is worthy and he should not have died.Thank you Russel Rebello and the people in your life that
I love your videos so much. The way you just chaotically and hilariously edit everything is so *Chef kiss* I can't imagine how long this stuff takes you to do but I am so happy that you take the time to do it and provide us with such amazing content. I finished the video and I'm still laughing at the "oh my gawd" when you called the Concordia a cursed ship 💀💀💀💀💀 all those little sound bites just send me over!! XD
I've lost count how many times I've rewatched this video. Such awesome story telling.
this is like the greatest channel on this site
It's *like* the greatest channel? What's the greatest channel then?
Holy shit its Aaron & Jo from youtube
This and Obix are my favorite story telling channels
I consider the Historian the last great channel on KZclip. There will be no more after this.
This and Red Letter Media
I saw this video a lot of time ago... I'm Italian and I remember exactly the day when they announced the crush of the Costa Concordia... I wasn't alive when 9/11 happened but I have clear memories of this... and this video is basically a really accurate documentary! Amazing work
Okay less than 2 minutes in and I'm a die hard fan. So glad I got this video in my recommended 😍😍😍
As an experienced marine engineer and navigator I have a couple of more things which should be pointed out here:1- why were the water tight doors not shut already. On every vessel I have ever been on, they are marked “to be kept closed at sea”2- why did emergency generator not work? It needs to be tested for at least 15min every week without load and once a month on load for at least one hour. 3- was no one on the bridge capable of looking at the fucking chart?! 4- has no one ever read the collision avoidance rules, in particular rule 2, 6 and 19? Some of the stuff they apparently did are explicitly pointed out there not to do!
Ad. 2: it worked before the disaster, it was damaged by flooding.
Damn, I didn't know 32 people died. RIP.
This a legitimate, broadcast-length documentary. Like, actual journalism. Christ mate, when did you go legit? Great work and really glad to see you thriving!
i was convinced the guy's legit since the kid on an air balloon video, AND he even interviewed the dad to get the whole story. Like, that's genuinely good journalism. I did not expect that level of detail and effort from a comedy channel
@cloud_monkey & no cash value Internet Historian: Live
@imaloony8 thank you
@that person thank you. What’s the gaming channel?
@cloud_monkey & no cash value Incognito Mode
0:00 Intro2:13 Setting the Scene10:49 “Oh Cock!” -James May.25:23 Looting27:11 The Relation Ship31:53 Lawsuits34:55 Scams37:55 “Vada a bordo, Cazzo!”40:22 Jail Time43:45 Refloating the Concordia
I still think this is the best video he's done. Such an in-depth analysis on an event I had no clue about, with comedic breaks here and there.
On my 2nd watch through for this video. 10/10 every time on all Internet Historian videos. I wonder what the average watch time is for a longer one like this. I get to the end of the video not looking at the length once only to realize it is 46 minutes. I would not be surprised if 99% of views are the entire length. Keep it up Internet Historian!
Company evading all criminal charges for a flat $1m is the most insane part of this whole thing.
The deputy mayor actually getting on the ship and helping with the evacuation is a pretty badass move
"I’m looking for someone in charge!"[finds no one]"I guess I’m in charge."
For real tho he had no responsibility for non Italians life’s yet he probably saved more Americans and British then he did actually Italians
Yes but did he give them paper towels
@Lightning Only Comments Once Not really, most don't have the noble heroes. It's all just corrupt trash.
@Hüseyin Aras Ertaş yes it's the MTS Oceanos.But I had to look it up;-)But I'm Greek so I take no pride or joy in this. I am grateful nobody died
Can't believe I didn't comment on this despite watching it thousands of times by now, but I feel like I must comment on how fucking disgusting it is that Costa basically dodged the whole ordeal and were perfectly fine with it becoming a media circus act entirely centered around Cemortan and Scattino's relationship to keep the masses distracted.
I think every human made disaster is a symptom from larger problem within the systems or companies involved. Just like Chernobyl. How could you hire a security guard and a painter from a foreign country to steer a cruise ship?
20:00 Just a quick clarification here. The intent was not to let out the anchor so that it would hold the ship in place, bottom out the anchor means to let out as must chain as possible. The intent here was to reduce a massive amount of weight on the starboard side of the ship to easy some of the list. If there was power to the pumps this would make it easier for the ship to right itself in a better situation but given the electrical was out this order to bottom out the ancho was a bit moot.
Why is this a bigger dissaster than "Estonia"?
It could've been worse. They could've offered 500 atoms in in-game currency as compensation
Or one extra hour in the ball pit
Yeah unfortunately I pre ordered that dumpster fire. Never again Bethesda.
It just works
@airbournestrike he’s right! fuck the compensation!
whatever else you gotta give Celine Dion her due. that song is lodged so deep in the cultural memory that when the drum line kicked in at the start of the video i could almost hear her belting "NEAAARRRR... FAAARRRRR..."
This is the best cartoonishly edited video on all of youtube!
I’ve watched this video in parts, as well as in its entirety, several times through. I could wax lyrical about it until kingdom come. However, I’m mainly surprised that Schettino only got 16 years and one month of jail time. In what world does such a light sentence follow multiple manslaughter? I mean, *32* lives were lost…
I genuinely love that the Helmsman just disappeared off the face of the earth rather than say that everyone else couldn’t talk to him and there wasn’t much he could doLike, dude you could’ve gotten away with saying everyone else was at fault, but nope. He chose to leave the country
After seeing the Fyre Festival, I didn't think the Internet Historian could recite a more jaw-droppingly disastrous event than that... boy was I wrong.
@Internalized Happyness what does that even mean? You mean me or Putin? Putin is a former KGB agent. No matter how "bad" Ukraine is, Russia sparking a potential global war for a C Lister of a County has to be the second dumbest move in global political history. America's invasion of Iraq is still in my opinion the worst, along with supplying Ukraine military aid we can't afford.
@JRGProjects That face when a former KGB member gets dementia.Can’t wait for that season of The Universe to come out!
@JRGProjects Yeah, this comment didn't age well.
When Putin fails in Ukraine....Internet Historian will have new material
@ProtoZealott how do I save a comment?
this is just god tier quality.one can come back and rewatch it and it never gets old.
Captain Schettino, if he can be called a captain seemed to woefully inexperienced with no knowledge if what he was doing. As for saving his own neck whilst leaving underling to handle the hot mess, I hope he has to serve every single day of the jail sentence handed down to him.
OMG 31:49 translation of the Italian comment: "Forget the cockpit for goodness' sake"
cockpit can only apply to planes, the original frase used literally translates to "Piloting Cabin" wich is half applicable to both ships and planes
I love this channel. I just discovered it today. Thank you for an excellent job on my favorite maritime disaster
The captain: “we just killed 32 people!”The helmsman: “42?”
@Lord Vulpes lmao exactly my reaction
@Sven Silons i mean, th sinking happened and people died, but 6 million? That's too much.
@Lord Vulpes I hate the antichrist
I wonder why Manrico was charged?He was one of the last people to be removed from the ship, and was found with a broken leg. Seems an odd one out in the lineup.
It was probably misconduct in the cabin that landed him the charges. Pretty much a "we wouldn't be here if you did your job" kinda deal. Never listened to the cabin recording, but that is my best guess.
Amazing job! I always wondered what the heck happened on that ship! I being a US Navy veteran and on a ship for 4 years wondered how a ship like that crashed. Now i see it's pretty simple just put a guy who cleans and paints for a living and doesnt understand Italian or English to steer your ship so when it becomes critical he has no idea what anyone is saying to him and just does his own thing. I'm sorry the company should of done a proper background check on all employees the buck should have stopped with the captain and the company that ran the ship no buying their way clear of responsibility! If they can can pay the country to escape any wrong doing then that country should be held liable to pay the victims!
Well that's Italy for you, if you know the right people you can do anything you want, and that's concrete proof right there
The captain's incompetence and the audacity to lie to distressing passengers are insane. Maybe if they were honest they could've figured out a solution and gotten people out faster. Also, don't hire someone who doesn't speak your language for an important role.
I watched a PBS documentary on the salvaging of Costa Concordia it was crazy how much work went into it, they had to develop a completely new way to raise the ship.
There is something even more IRONIC and outrageous that has never been mentioned in the video: The "captain" Schettino has been invited by the University of Sapienza to hold a lecture about, I shit you not, panic management.
@WannabeHistorian692 It's the recent Hitman trilogy; Sapienza is the second stage in the first of the three games. It takes a little time to get the components together, but you can do EXACTLY what he says in his comment.
@profoundpunk he didn't bother knowing the logistics of his own fucking shipwreck right before _giving a PRESENTATION_ on managing it???
Wow. What next? Wall Street Bankers giving a lecture on ethics?
@WannabeHistorian692 RTGame stuffing a whole city of people into a freezer
Now i'm just going to play the devils advocate, but maybe he learned something from it.
The first time I watched this was before I had seen Titanic and man were the references confusing!
I am 2 minutes in and I already love it
Every time I watch this I always get chills when the the before and after clips of the various parts of the ship are shown.
Schettino wouldn't have been so vilified for causing the accident in the first place if he had done the right thing afterwards. Accidents happen, it's his conduct during the evacuation that makes him a special case study of cowardice.
On one hand, the fact that less than three dozen died out of several thousand aboard would normally be considered fortunate. On the other hand, it confirms that if the captain hadn't lied for so long and actually taken action, no one would have died at all.
On the other hand it also shows how much worse things would have been if everyone had listened to his lying and bs. If that one lady hadn't gotten suspicious and called her daughter who knows how long it would have taken authorities to just get in touch with the ship let alone make it possible for De Falco to begin prepping a rescue as early as he did.
It's a big improvement from what happened 100 years prior.
@Victor Kreig Disasters aren't just about loss of life. Loss of property can be a disaster. The Exxon Valdez spill in 1989 is considered one of the worst disasters in US history even though nobody died. The Deepwatet Horizon disaster is considered major, but only 11 people died. Challengrer and Columbia were considered major disasters even though fewer people died. Just look up the definition; it's not based solely on loss of life. This caused over $2 billion in damages and 34 deaths. That makes it a major disaster.
@Victor Kreig 1 month later and no response, junky
@Chaosqueenngami Trivia Time! Stalin didn't actually say that.
Dude you are amazing, please make more of these you get a lot of detail and make great jokes
It is just terrifying how the situation evolved on the bridge.Number guessing game on the bridge. It does not surprise me that the one naval officer not involving himself in that insanity was the only one not facing criminal charges.
You really really really should do a video about that South Korean Ferry.It shows a lot about the collective Korean mindset of respecting authority. It can do wonders but have bad side effects like this.This story was so major and controversial lots of people said it leafs to the arrest/ resignation of the President of South Korea. The story is crazy.
This is now the second in depth video on the Concordia that I've watched. The first one was much more serious and done by a well established channel and this one was literally better in every single way.
That story was like an action movie. Drug trafficking, hot steamy romance, crazy ship crashing. That was insane
The only things missing are explosions, gun shootouts, and car chases with the captain running from Italy's Lamborghini police cars.
@Strazdas i'm pretty sure they found traces IN his hair, as in testing the composition of the actual strandhair & nails kind of have a "snapshot" of your body's condition frozen in time for every bit they grow
HOLY CRAP 2.3 THOUSAND LIKES
@Avery Nathan That doesnt mean that trace cocaine would somehow get into your hair follicles and come out positive on a test. The dude definitely railed coke up to 3 months back, thats about how long coke stays in your hair follicles
@geego flex there exists cleaning companies that service rich people's houses after parties and that extract the cocaine vacuumed from the carpets for a tidy profit
A very sad story being told in an exciting and entertaining style! Very well done! Thank you for this! 😊
i cannot stress this further; Internet Historian is unironically the PERFECT KZcliprhe's funny, he's got an instantly recognisable animation style, and he's good at making both entertaining videos AND entertaining ADS??like what?? 10/10 channel
I second that. It's hard to take your eyes away and it's also very suitable for just listening. The way he describes everything so well and all the sound effects make it so you can perfectly know what's going on.
This is probably the best video to watch before going on Ferry lmao this video turned a easily avoidable tragedy into a comedy and I'm all in for it.
This channel has 2003 history channels sense of historical narrative and today's big foot and alien infested history channels propensity for humor. Perfect.
Internet Historian has gone from making quick KZclip documentaries to making...actual documentaries. It’s a perfect blend of shitpost, art, and education
when i get my costa concordia mood every few months I prefer this to the channel 4 one
@Rezandra Rizky Irianto - 19 sure, your mom's in the white van, and wanted to grab mcdonalds cause she was tired from cooking all the time. Just jump in the back
@BOT Chad 1 guy = makes great contentyou = THIS IS IRREFUTABLE PROOF THAT LOSERS WHO SPEND TOO MUCH TIME ONLINE ARE ACTUALLY *GENIUSES.*
@Tachyon83 More importantly, whem is ART, and when is dinner? And where are my pants, and where am I, and have you seen my mom? Please I'm lost
@Rezandra Rizky Irianto - 19 Is THIS /\/\/\/\/\/\ an art?
The indonesian guy is just like me who also indonesian when i steal neighbour fruit🤣
You're an awesome storyteller. And yes, Hungary has no laws. Period.I've lived here all my life, and it's mostly dogshit 😊
>no more 45 minute videos on the main channel, back to 10 to 15 minute videos>posts an hour long epic about an extremely prolific cave rescueThank God you didn't listen to yourself cause Man In Cave is your best work yet
It's been more than 10 years and this tragedy still makes me mad for how many times it could have been avoided.Truly, our country is home to either Champions or donkeys.
But mostly donkeys
Does it make you... furioso?Also, chonkeys or donpions?I'll get my coat.