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We all have a dark side

We all have a dark side We all have a dark side
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Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody

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Steve jobs

  • He was against supporting Charity
  • Ingrained a culture of fear at Apple, ill offend employees with verbal abuse, fire people without notice
  • He used fear and intimidation to sanction the press
  • Saw no problem with sweatshops
  • Denied his paternity of her daughter for a long time
  • He had high standards of living

By Martijn_P | 12/08/2019

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Nelson Mandela

Mandela, depicted as the anti-apartheid revolutionary who dismantled the legacy of Apertheid, Nobel Peace prize winner of 1983 was what some people say two-sided personality

During his single term as president, Mandela maintained close ties with notorious human rights violators such as Fidel Castro, Yasser Arafat or Muammar Al-Qaddafi

He attended a course in a terrorist camp in Ethiopia. During the anti-apartheid struggle, he co-founded in 1961 the terrorist wing of the ANC. He even received $10M in donation from Al-Qaddafi and gave his country highest reward for a foreigner to Libya’s dictator, and did the same to the corrupt Indonesian president Suharto, who donated $60 million.

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Gandhi 

...praised Adolf Hilter, and even wrote a personnal letter to him in 1940

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