The End Does Not Justify the Means

The end does not justify the means.

It never has. And it never will.

Saying so is merely a way of trying to excuse one’s own reprehensible behavior.

If YOU want to risk proceeding unethically or even illegally because YOU believe it will lead to some benevolent outcome, at least have the balls to own up to the conduct.

Hiding behind one’s own perceived eventuality, does not make him a martyr. It makes him weak and pathetic – in addition to corrupt.

The end will not justify your means, it will only emphasize your immorality.

“And that’s all I have to say about that.” – Forrest Gump

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