By Melayna Lokosky
December 25, 2015 (interesting choice of date) The New York Times piece by Mark Oppenheimer A Spiritual Leader Gains Stature, Trailed by a Troubled Past was published. Note the name of the Spiritual Leader and what specifically the Troubled Past entailed is missing from the headline, and that’s by design. The Sociopathic Business Model™ maintains that manipulating facts without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability while not recognizing the rights of the victims is a goal when trying to prevent corporate, negative truth from being exposed, which can hurt corporate image which is tied to profit. This tactic is two-fold: it revictimizes the victims while helping the corporate abuser’s SEO positively. Both are unethical. These frequent tactics, readers of this site, have come to expect from former, rabbi and child rapist Marc Gafni*; but, are rather unexpected from Oppenheimer and The New York Times. There’s still hope for Oppenheimer, if what happened this past week to local TEGNA, NBC 12 News reporter Wendy Halloran, also happened to him at The New York Times.
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