“Activism” is a word which has seen a marked rise in popularity as of late. It would seem, from a mere cursory glance at any of the popular social media sites that nearly everyone is an “activist” so some stripe. But just as the rise of the internet marked a influx of glorified googler calling themselves “journalists,” the real investigators stuck out, such is the case with real activists like Thor Halvorssen Mendoza. For those unfamiliar with the name, Thor Halvorssen Mendoza is the son of the noted drug trafficking commissioner and enemy of Pablo Escobar, Thor Halvorssen Hellum. Mr. Halvorssen is also the leader and co founder of the Human Rights Foundation and a vociferous detractor from socialism and tyranny the world over.
Unlike the leaders of many other non-profit human rights defense organizations, Thor Halvorssen is notable in that he is not afraid to roll up his sleeves and get down in the dirt for his cause. Such was just the case during a 2010 trip to HO Chi Minh City to interview Thich Quang Do, the leader of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, a church which had been facing increasing levels of repression and persecution from the local government, so much so that the spiritual leader had been placed under house arrest for no other reason than that he was affiliated with the previously mentioned faith.
Mr. Halvorssen was able to sneak into Thich Quang Do’s abode and craftily film a lengthy interview about the state of affairs in Vietnam. However, as Mr. Halvorssen was leaving the premises he was detained by police who then decided to use his body as their new punching bag, he was then thrown in prison. Yet despite all of pain he suffered at the hands of his captors, Halvorssen made sure that they were not able to secure his recorded interview with the Buddhist leader which he, along with a confederate, smuggled out of the premises by hiding it in their rectum. That may sound silly but the information which came to light helped human rights organizations world wide put pressure on the Vietnamese authorities and it was all thanks to one activist who was willing to do anything it took to get the job done.
Wen Hair cleansing conditioners were created by Chaz Dean, a popular hair stylist that works with celebrities. To date, the product has earned a great deal of positive reviews. Bustle Magazine writer and hair stylist, Emily McClure, made up her own review of the product detailing her experience using the Fig version of Wen’s cleansing conditioner for a week.
For those women who like to stay up to date with the latest and best trends in hair care, Wen could be the best product on the market to try. The 5 in 1 formula produces a rich texture that doesn’t need the typical lather and rinse of normal shampoos and conditioners, and even better is Wen can take the place of these traditional products. It can also take the place of the usual overnight conditioners and detanglers. For the best results, especially for people with damaged or really oily hair, every day use of the product may be required at first.
The formula Chaz Dean created is designed to safely remove all debris and build up from other hair products without stripping the hair of all its natural oils and moisture. A lot of work and effort went into perfecting the formula in order to give people salon level results in their very own homes without needing to spend tons of money. With the positive reviews and great success from many women, including Emily, Wen is guaranteed to bring life and strength to every women’s hair. Because of the products relatively gentle nature, it can be used daily indefinitely and be used in tandem with other hair styling products as well without a hassle.
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One of the great struggles in our day and age is flattery and lying. Many companies, such as those in the multi-level marketing and financial services industry profit by creating artificial demand for their products and services. Examples of bad investment advice include going for what is popular, avoiding risk, and copying the existing giants. If you follow the well-trodden path, you will miss all the fresh fruit. A good investor knows that the wealthy are few, and they rarely disclose their secrets. An exception is Warren Buffett, who happily tells us each year,“Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.” Characteristically, Buffett’s wise advice is rarely heeded by the talking heads on Wall Street and Main Street, which may explain our frequent financial recessions.
Bad Investment Advice Knows No Boundaries
Laidlaw & Company has recently been called to task for contributing to the culture of dishonesty that is all too common in the financial services industry. Matthew Eitner and James Ahern were put under a restraining order by a New York Federal Judge for fooling Relmada Therapeutics in their communication processes. Some employees of Laidlaw on Glassdoor list their honest complaints. “The most unprofessional group of people ever assembled on one place,” groaned a former employee. Something in Laidlaw’s corporate culture is in need of repair.