I have a Japanese journalist friend. On one occasion when he came to Vietnam, he was wandering on the sidewalk in downtown Saigon and was missing a tiny new camera (in the late 90’s, the camera was very valuable). At noon the night the thieves contacted, they told him that if they wanted to buy that camera, they would sell it.
After finishing the story, the journalist told me with a surprised expression: “Why should I buy my stuff?”
A few days ago, I read an article about the story of Steve Jobs for Liver Transplant. If paired right away, the life time of jobs can be much longer. The problem is that organ transplants have to wait. Time is no job, if waiting, disease progression, may not keep up. The jobs’ team also employs two tools (the one with absolute power in the muzzle country), relationships and money. They knew the governor, the director of the hospital …, but it was no use. they also use money, it is useless. The final answer is please wait in line. Everyone’s life is the same, no interruption, no priority.
The story of jobs is so obvious that they don’t need to be discussed. Here we “analyze” a little about the attitude of the journalist. “why do I have to buy my stuff” is a silly question with the notion of a square muzzle. It is lucky to be able to steal something, be surprised with the wrath of the goddamn hell. but the worldly people do not see it, they are surprised by the brazenness of the thief. Clearly, the conception of life between Vietnamese and Japanese is an abyss that is hard to fill.
Japan, America, are the capitalist countries. In general opinion, capitalism is pragmatic, is only known for money. and communism is a humane humanity, immense love is money. but reality is not showing that. the story of the journalist and the story of steve jobs all show the kindness in the concept, the behavior of the rotten capitalist people while looking back to the socialist paradise of square muzzle is full of inhuman things It is a story that the minister has just edited a book about communist morality and took bribes of huge money. many people call it hypocrisy, I don’t want to call it hypocrisy, but to be brief: brazen, shameless.
It seems that shameless brazenness is now the property of this country official.
Upper nefarious, summer chaos rules. There is no need to frown and answer the question of why morality is degrading. The story now is no longer a “crisis of faith” because belief has now been determined in the minds of Vietnamese people. only thing, that is the opposite belief. people should believe in good values, in fairness, honesty and kindness. And Vietnamese people believe in other values, they believe in cruel, wretched, shameless.
This is also logically okay because kindness or stretchiness can all be considered equal values.