It seems that those original investors with broader social aims in mind are now being characterised by some of those "in it for the hit" as belonging to the "looney left". The truth is we all need eachother. Without the founding shareholders those "in it for the hit" would not have had the opportunity to invest in KLG. Likewise, the original long term supportive shareholders need those who are only "in it for the hit" to provide some liquidity to the stock. Like you I would prefer everyone to respect eachother's point of view regardless whose opinons one concurs with. Hurling emotional accusations and insults into cyberspace may make some contributors feel good for a while. However, it's best to take a rational approach, try to correct what is wrong with the company and try to promote what is good about it.
We all give in (admitted or not) to some degree of greed so there must be nothing fundamentally wrong about it. As an antidote If one recognize greed maybe all what one has to do is to give out more love,but only the human kind this time. So I love this company because I am convinced of the treasure that it possess but I also love all its stakeholders.
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