There's a rocket launch. It's something that a lot of people are putting their hopes into. It's something a lot of other people don't want happening. It's aimed at something. (Beyond that, please don't read too much into the metaphor of the rocket.)
There has been a long series of people rushing in saying "Stop the launch!". Sometimes their reasons are terrible. Sometimes their reasons sound legitimate, but later everyone figures out it was just a pretext.
Then I say "Stop the launch!" and go on to explain that I think there's been a programming error and the rocket will actually miss its target and I really want this launch to succeed so it won't actually hurt everyone's goals but they kind of need to adjust what they're doing right now and why is nobody listening to me? (Because at this point people only hear "Stop the launch!" and make assumptions and disregard everything else.)
Ok I lied. There's one more part of the metaphor that's applicable: if the rocket hits its target, all the people who've been trying to stop it will be eliminated. So, the Catch-22 is that for me to actually be able to say something without it being misinterpreted, all those against the rocket have to be removed from the picture, but to do that I need the rocket, but the rocket won't work unless people understand that it's currently pointed slightly off its mark.
And so the problem people ultimately maintain status quo because the non-problem people are still prone to fundamental attribution error.