Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 1 decade ago

Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?

This is multi-billionaire Apple company-founder Steve Jobs' quote.

If I had learned education, I would not have had time to learn anything else.

--Cornelius Vanderbilt (10th richest person in History!)

Thus, why is it really considered unethical to be ruthless & greedy? I mean, the people who were so became the richest ever (including Bill Gates) & wrote their names in Golden Words in History!

Apple stole GUI idea from Xerox and Bill Gates stole it from Apple. And, he remained world's richest for 13 years consecutively!

Seriously, why join the navy if you can be a pirate? What benefit do we get by remaining good when all the people whom we consider dishonest & crooks are ruling the world, including most businessmen and politicians? If God is there, why hasn't He punished them? Is there no God?

Update 2:

"The railroads are not run for the benefit of the 'dear public' -- that cry is all nonsense -- they are built by men who invest their money and expect to get a fair percentage on the same."

"The public be damned!... I don't take any stock in this silly nonsense about working for anybody but our own."

--William Henry Vanderbilt (4th richest person ever born!)

If they're not working for the good of the society, why do we keep on working for them? If you start seeing clearly, the rest whatever small charity they do is only for propaganda & controlling the public.

1 Answer

  • Eleph
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Keep in mind you may not have a boat ...and the Navy does!

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