Monday, 5 July 2021

The Edge. Free Your MIND, the rest will follow

was the third single from En Vogue ' s1992  critically acclaimed hit album ; Funky  Divas which propelled  the group to the top 50  most influential girl bands  of all time list.

Lyrics to Free  Your  Mind, a song that all of  us  to take a step  back,  don't judge or pre judge  ;


I wear tight clothing, high heeled shoes
It doesn't mean that I'm a prostitute no, no!
I like rap music, wear hip-hop clothes
That doesn't mean that I'm out sellin' dope no, no, no!

Free your mind
And the rest will follow
Be colour-blind
Don't be so shallow
Free your mind
And the rest will follow
Be colour-blind
Don't be so shallow


Let me make my self clear, I am not here to judge  but merely  to put  forward  what I see as a clear cut bias by  the Edge in their reporting on  Serba Dinamik .

The rules of  Caveat emptor, quia ignorare non debuit quod jus alienum emit, holds true here.

Let's  examine  the ARTICLE    entitled  ; The drama at Serba Dinamik continues.

The headline itself smacks  of  hypocrisy,  to term  the event as a DRAMA.  Drama is a mode of fictional representation through dialogue and performance. It is one of the literary genres, which is an imitation of some action. READ MORE HERE

I don't believe Serba Dinamik's lead lawyer was acting  or its  manager director was play acting.

  Does the Edge understand  that there are directly 5000  jobs on  the line.  

If the Serba Dinamik  top manager or  its lead lawyer had the same mind set as the Edge, there soon  won't be enough cash left to pay salary that put food on the table for these 5000 people's  family. What  mind set is that, which had annoyed me so much ?

```And KPMG is not just any audit firm; it is one of the Big Four accounting firms with offices in some 150 countries and over 227,000 employees worldwide.```


My first reaction was SO WHAT?  Must Serba Dinamik role over and play dead?  Does the truth not matter?.

My second reaction is  as follows;

1. KPMG International is a Swiss Cooperative, KPMG Global Chairman

2.Accounting Oversight Board, the U.S. auditing regulator, suggests that 50 per cent of the examined audits done by KPMG failed to meet audit standards


*The writer concerned is a friend of mine , and what is written here is no way an attack on him as a person, individual or as my friend.

1 comment:

  1. Based on my review of their body language, there was no hint of negative emotions, which is to say they had nothing to hide. They were speaking from their lived experience.

    There was one exception tho', which was when Karim said the BOD had to take legal action, his eyes were looking down and eyelids batting faster than usual. That indicates negative emotions or something he didn't want to do but had to.

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