Posted by Media Relations on Tuesday, April 26th, 2005 - Comments »
Everybody hates being misled. We have all been victims of some kind of misrepresentation and we have all felt the frustration of being powerless to do anything about it.
From rumours circulating at school and kids being called names in the playground to falsely accused prisoners and identity theft. Misrepresentation appears in many guises and is encountered in every phase of life.
When truth becomes so distorted that we are no longer able to trust and believe; what kind of World are we living in?
A World where the paparazzi will do anything to jeopardize famous people’s credibility and a salesman will say anything to seal a deal.
A World where the law cannot protect innocent people and scams are rampant.
In our society, it would seem that trust is becoming meaningless with deception an overwhelming force.