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The Wall Street Journal featured an article entitled “Rival Chains Secretly Fund Opposition to Wal-Mart”.
It’s a great example of how “black psyop” has come to corporate America, via the typical activists. Now here is an ethically wrong issue: pretending you’re one source when you’re another. It has caused psyop all kinds of problems. Dr. Rhoads predicts it will cause Safeway problems. Pretending to be someone you’re not is never ethical. I think we all can agree on that.
Thanks to the Innovate to Motivate® Advisory Committee for thoughtful insights on proposed Grassroots Code of Ethics!