Do we all have a price where we can be bought?
There have been and still are those who are fervent believers in their religion. We know that there were Christians who went to their deaths rather than renounce their faith, and still certain believers sacrifice themselves in the name of their religion.
Today, it is not my intention to stir up something as profoundly indoctrinated or ingrained as religion.
I wish to examine what it takes to leave one’s principles and go over to the ‘enemy.’
The woman stands up to the dominating businessman until they are forced to confront one another. Sparks fly and before you know it – they’re kissing in a moment of passion.
They are both disgusted with the spontaneous reaction and feel they’ve cavorted with the enemy, but they are inexorably drawn to one another and finish as loving partners. We will not know what compromises were made, what price was paid, by both.
Now I am wondering how much conscience was actually involved in the establishment of that small company. Perhaps the original idea was not to spare animals from suffering but rather to tap into the pockets of customers who do have a conscience and who won’t buy products involving animals in any way.
They obviously succeeded in duping a lot of people, but as of today, I have relinquished my customer fidelity card...