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In theory, yes, criticism is good news. Unless it’s happening to you. And of course, constructive criticism is fine and should be taken in stride but the kind of criticism levelled at IC was not, in many cases, constructive in any sense. It was false, malicious, mean, ugly and yes, evil. it was intended to take down the organization and the people associated with it and make sure no one ever listened to them again. The worst part of it was that the people who did this were not, as far as I can determine, deriving any gain from it. They just wanted to destroy the reputation of a company and its people. For no reason other than that they could.
This is not the kind of criticism that leads to new or better ideas and solutions. It leads to people saying that they will never again attempt to do anything like this in the future. That is not helpful. And the people at IC did not deserve it.]]>
The reason I think there are not thousands of people like Kony is that he is responsible for the death or mutilation of thousands of people. It takes a very evil leader to accomplish something like that. He’s number one on the list of UN war criminals. He has no current peers when it comes to the numbers of his victims. There are not thousands of people alive today who have done anything like that. I challenge you to name even five. I bet you can’t do it.]]>