The Sociopathic Business Model™ In Action!
Re-posted September 30, 2014
Updated: 3.15.2014 (from 1.30.2014) the solution to The Sociopathic Business Model™ will always be exposing the truth about a company or organization. Companies prefer not to be challenged about past wrongdoings by escaping true accountability and spending millions to protect their image to distance themselves from their criminal past and will employee whatever tactic necessary to protect their image even if unethical or illegal especially if illegal.
So when traditional routes don’t work and there is no legal recourse against telling the truth companies often employ unethical tactics like sending a spambot virus to a website which indicates the fear of exposing the truth without company spin is having an impact. Over 300 spam in less than 24 hours when the site prior only had 30 spam messages since activation, all linked to this post. This is true to form, those who employ The Sociopathic Business Model™, often in arrogance, direct people to the spot where they didn’t want them looking. The information is already there for consumers, patients and taxpayers to see but it is challenging to put it all together; but that is by design and it is now my job to redesign the way companies spin their information to help us all make the best informed decisions for our families.
And, while I recognize I have bigger figurative balls than most, I do not need Cialis but it’s likely the person(s) sending the spam might.
When negative behavior is exposed potentially hurting their image and profits companies often resort to their playbook in text book fashion where retaliation and creating hopelessness in their once loyal subjects who have already heard off with their heads, now possibly are hearing off with their Linkedin Account?
Much of the traffic to the blog was generated through Linkedin. Again, if any part of my story is also your story then please continue to make it our story. If you have ever been:
- Retaliated against for not remaining ‘loyal’
- Viewed as accomplices until no longer needed and all accomplices eventually become victims
- Creating hopelessness (I’m ‘down’ today, but never out)
- Lied to and manipulated
- Asked to engage in or support illegal or unethical behavior
- Unfairly blamed for poor company strategy
The only defense consumers, patients, and employees have against companies employing The Sociopathic Business Model™ is to use their weakness (the truth) against them to create discord in what they care about most (image) and (profits). Please help continue the good fight!
It is up to consumers, patients, employees and taxpayers to decide how companies forced to pay billions of federal dollars should be held accountable in the court of public opinion. Join the campaign against Johnson & Johnson, a fact driven case study done on this site that has highlighted both unethical and criminal behavior, or start one of your own!