Sworn to Secrecy - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:120036908
Upload date:July 26, 2011

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This image represents the Chinese proverb of 'see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil and do no evil' from a different perspective. Where there are usually monkeys, there are now executive businessmen, CEOs or even bankers-your choice! They are relaying a different message of 'I saw nothing, I heard nothing, I said nothing and I did nothing'. Even though their company is going down the tubes, they are still well paid. How does this happen? Well, the answer isn't coming from them.
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