Ned Scott: Malice or Incompetence?
You can usually tell if someone is a leader when they're willing to take responsibility for failures, regardless of whether it was directly caused by them or their team.
It should be rather apparent at this point that @ned (Ned Scott, former CEO of Steemit, Inc) has demonstrated that he is absolutely NOT a leader in any respect of the word.
In fact, with the demonstrable, objectively verifiable history of failure by Steemit Inc to accomplish goals set forth in a specific timeframe, I would argue that Mr. Scott could have been acting maliciously from the beginning.
At a certain point, incompetence becomes less likely as malice becomes more probable.
A way to answer this question of Malice or Incompetence would be to answer some or all of the following questions:
- When did Mr. Scott decide to sell Steemit, Inc?
- Who did he discuss this with and when?
- Did Mr. Scott disclose how the community viewed the Steemit Inc held stake? If not, why did he retain this information?
- Who initiated contact between Mr. Sun of Tron and Mr. Scott? When did this happen?
- What documents did Mr. Sun request to perform his due diligence?
- Has Mr. Scott ever had contact with any of the major social media companies to discuss overt or covert censorship of content from Steem?
- Has Mr. Scott ever had any direct contact with any official or unofficial government agencies/agents?
The odds that Mr. Scott will answer any of these are near zero, but if anyone is within earshot of him over the next 13 weeks or so, I'm sure it could make for some entertaining banter.
Keep hustlin, #Steemians!