It wasn't what was right he just caved in to the rest of the world that hates Boeing and who will do anything to protect the pilots.
Rest of the world that hates Boeing? Really - are you an adult or a two year old kid. The rest of the world obvously hates Boeing because they buy large numbers of 737 (including this type), the 787 and the 777 in various forms.
The first thing they'd do if they hated Boeing would be to stop buying those planes.
Aren't some of them doing that? Regardless, grounding a plane and placing blame before the voice and data recorders are even opened is very concerning. They have already skewed the investigation. They are acting on emotion, not evidence.
Let's take you seriously:
> whom are doing this? Names or countries please with evidence.
> why is it concerning to take a precaution?
> why did they - whom are they? - skewed the investigation? Or better why do you doubt the impartial why these are conducted (the NTSB will most probably be involved since Boeing is American).
> which emotion are they acting on?
To be blunt: evidence: 2 wreckage sites.
Two new aircraft went down under similar circumstances. The problem is that we don't know why yet, but we do know that Boeing is ordered to make changes to the system, so makes sense to have them implement these changes before they release the a/c again.