Is an honest living tough?

My answer to Is an honest living tough?

Answer by Desmond Last:

I was once offered $300,000 to pay off my mortgage if I deliberately put the company I was running – Matilda’s in Sydney into liquidation. I refused and that refusal resulted in the Opposition company who offered it having to cooperate with us in order to maintain their business. They had been threatening myself and my staff – so that all ended.

I was once told by a Union Organiser in Sydney at the Sydney Olympics building site that my arms would be broken unless I gave into his demands. I angrily refused and then let his little World know very loudly what he had said. He never bothered me again.

As a U.K Department of Transport Vehicle Examiner I was also threatened- I was told I would end up at the bottom of the river. I still issued the defect notice for lack of vehicle maintenance.

I was offered bribes and sales to falsely sign documents as an Australian Justice of the Peace when I ran my own business Sydney Boat Sales. I never did and my honesty brought me sales.

Being honest is fun exciting and fulfilling. Being honest is a Pride and a virtue. You can apply your principles with your honesty and be held in high regard by those who trust you.

It enables you to highlight criminal and evil circumstances and want to stop them.

I have been honest all my life. I have made my living honestly.

Honesty is not only a personal virtue it is a business principle.

Soon I will using my honesty in my civil and criminal case against Theresa May and the United Kingdom Goveremnt.

My honesty and my Principles will put into question the legal position of Theresa May as Prime Minister and that of the U.K Government as a legal entity. This may mean that any agreements that Theresa May is party to will later have to be questioned as to their legal validity.

Honesty and Justice make excellent bedfellows when taking on a Government.

My advice is ‘make your way in life honestly’ – it does pay.

Is an honest living tough?

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