Zuckerberg donates $25 M to fight Ebola: Why Not Do It Anonymously? Politics
October 14, 2014
Ethically challenged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave $25 million to ethically challenged CDC to help fight Ebola
It’s long been noted that startup “Gods of Frauds”, like Mark Zuckerberg who just donated $25 million to help fight Ebola, think in terms world domination and they’ll need political clout to achieve that goal. I know, people are thinking cut the guy some slack he just donated to the “it” cause of the moment; but, it’s nothing more than not recognizing the rights of others and a manipulation for his greater good.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Post
Well that’s certainly
People tend to forget that Zuckerberg founded a company (Facebook) on fraud. It’s tough for people to see that now that they get to hit “like” on pictures of family of a friends; but, it doesn’t discount the fact that Zuckerberg stole which is fraud. Don’t get liking or using Facebook confused with liking or thinking about Zuckerberg for anything other than what he is: a fraud.
Today’s donation is nothing more than a manipulation, not unlike the psychological studies Facebook did users without their consent. Again, that’s not recognizing the rights of others, lack of accountability, shame, remorse or guilt. Interesting too, is that this time Zuckerberg included his wife’s name in the donation (looking to be the next Bill & Hillary or George & Laura)
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg published a harshly worded blog criticizing US government surveillance and calling its activities a threat to the internet. He states:
“I’ve been so confused and frustrated by the repeated reports of the behavior of the US Government. When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we’re protecting you against criminals and not our government.”
The idea that Facebook’s platform exploited people’s personal data without all known implications initially is both inconsistent and contradictory to Mark Zuckerberg’s point painting him in a hypocritical light. The enemy of The Sociopathic Business Model™ is the truth.
Mark Zuckerberg then called President Obama to complain which also means Zuckerberg views himself a peer to the President of the United States. Zuckerberg recently had meetings with Rand Paul and private meeting with Chris Christie at the Sun Valley Allen & Company’s annual financial meeting (whom later challenged Zuckerberg to the ALS Icebucket Challenge). Today’s donation just another manipulation to control the image and set the stage for a much larger audience. No to startup Gods of Frauds entering politics-we have enough criminals in politics already.
Business Insider: Someone On Facebook Who Asked Why He Donated $25 Million To Fight Ebola
Business Insider reporter Dave Smith might be buying what Zuckerberg is selling, but I’m not.