The really distressing aspect of Beck winning this award, which is obviously just about who can tell the biggest and most lies, is that it confirmed to him how far you can in this world by telling lie after lie after lie.
He suddenly found himself with lots of favourable publicity, and able to go off to Europe and hobnob with best entrepreneurs from all over the world, and the likes of Elle Macpherson, all made possible by all the lies he’d told.
The award made him a different person – obviously confirming him in his tactic of telling lie after lie after lie, and leading him to walking out on his marriage of 16 years, and his 4 children.
And just as distressing is that Ernst & Young are like they are – they obviously couldn’t care less.
If you go to this previous post and this previous post – you will see letters that we’ve sent to Ms Kathy Gramp, the Chairperson who obviously had a great deal in influencing who got the award in 2017. And do you think we’ll ever get a response from her, anything to indicate that she cares? Ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha ha!
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