- Jul 23, 2008
I guess it's the same like the 9/11 conspiracy theories. The truth is in most cases maybe quite simply, but more ugly (in case of 9/11 it is pure incompetence of the U.S. government, their agencies and their military).
Wow. I am actually tempted to believe in 9/11 conspiracy theories when you put it that way. There is hardly a nation that hasn't been touched by terrorists acts. I don't believe that has anything to do with incompetence on anyones part. Terrorism is incomprehensionable to civilized people and is perpetuated by people who are completely and utterly insane. There is little to no ultimate defense against such unpredictable fanatics as that, except perhaps their complete obliteration, if that is even possible.
All companies are somewhat evil, they have to be, but that does not mean they are completely devoid of ethics. A business exists in order to make money, that is they sell goods in order to make a profit. The larger the business, the better they are, or have been, at making a profit. This means that other considerations, such as fair and honest business dealings for example or overcharging (aka greed) to such extremes as stealing from and stifling fair competition are common practices. Some companies still realize however, that customer satisfaction is the most ideal goal. These companies are somewhat more rarer than most people would like but those that work for them are much happier people than those who work for other companies. Time will tell what type of company Zevera is but they should at least be given the benefit of the doubt.