And the world welcomed him with open arms. He never had to ask for government subsidies, instead, he went on to generate employment for thousands of the masses. When he was asked if he would lay off his employees he said that instead they would produce better products which would force the customer to open their wallets.
He believed in competition, he believed in winning, it didn’t matter whether by a meter or a mile. And he hated mediocrity.
He came from a time when men were men, when values were values, and he was not a coward or an opportunist to shy away from competition or demand free subsidies, and blame corporates.
On the other hand, we see a bunch of people, frustrated mediocre degenerates, who hate competition and push self-contradictory demands (like ending fossil fuel and stopping nuclear power stations). A socialist generation used to subsidies, and more and more government interference in their lives, masses of people who are used to getting things free, blaming outsourcing, capitalism, and corporates for all their woes, instead of studying and fighting to survive with better products and services.
Typical. Mediocre. Pathetic.
Thank you Steve. And travel well. Maybe this world no longer deserves fighters like you.