Status #1029

i don't understand anti-whistle blowing. these people are telling [...]


Loganlea, Queensland
via The Full Circle Project
i don't understand anti-whistle blowing. these people are telling you that horrible things are being conducted under a guise. and the whistle blowers get ridiculed as if they themselves had committed the acts. just a tad over pathetic i think, i mean what an example - tell us about the wrong doing and you too will be shot
Tim D
It's kinda of like calling someone who does good a do-gooder as if it is some sort of bad thing to be doing good. One of my pet dislikes is when someone has something to say they get labeled a whistle blower or a do gooder or a conspiracy theorist.
Thursday 30 July 2015, 11:08:00
Amanda
The fear mongers are the most fearful of any. They must ridicule the truth tellers to protect their fragile power structure. Who are more laughed at than the "conspiracy theorists" even when they are proved right? Fortunately more and more of us are seeing and telling the truth and soon there will be no place to hide.
Thursday 30 July 2015, 11:18:39
Hmmm..
That's right! Keep up the conversation sweethearts. We need it between one another. It's necessary now.
Friday 31 July 2015, 21:30:54
Hmmm..
That's right! Keep up the conversation sweethearts. We need it between one another. It's necessary now.

Friday 31 July 2015, 21:30:54
Sasha D
It makes perfect sense. The ones who are being "dobbed in" by these whistle blowers, don't want their dirty deeds to be exposed, and because they're usually in high positions, they are able to use their influentual muscle and attack the whistle blowers and try to discredit them and muddy their name, etc. They are merely trying to stay in power, and they will do just about anything to keep it that way....up to and including making people "disappear" or "have a terrible accident". It happens a lot more than you'd think.
Monday 10 August 2015, 09:44:18
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