The Shervin Pishevar rant.

Most have heard of it.

Those who haven’t will.

The man ranted about everything from Bitcoin to the stock market. He even had a few words to say about big businesses such as Apple and Amazon.

One must wonder, however, why?

This is a guy who has never behaved in such a manner before.

Shervin Pishevar is not known for just getting on social media to discuss various topics,

and to make matters worse, the topics are downright depressing.

Are you trying to warn us about an oncoming decline, Pishevar, or are all of these things just in your head?

Whether or not his negative forecasts are all figments on his imagination, one thing is certain: something is definitely up with Shervin Pishevar.

Could this 21-hour rant be an attempt to derail attention from the sexual assault charges that are against him?

And what is the real reason behind his resignation from Sherpa?

As the founder of Sherpa Capital, he had held such a prestigious position in the company.

Are this rant, his public resignation letter, and the assaults all connected?

Could be, but one thing’s for sure: we now know how he feels about big business.

According to his rants, it would appear that Shervin Pishevar is against big business holding too much power.

Which businesses in particular?

Five worldwide companies:

  • Amazon
  • Alphabet
  • Facebook
  • Apple
  • Microsoft

According to Pishevar, these companies have “too much power” and are making it difficult for small businesses to grow and get the customers that they need to thrive.

Have any of these companies responded or reached out to Pishevar regarding his claims?

If any have reached out to them, it has been on a much smaller scale; no response has been made public.

The more important question is: should any of these companies respond to Pishevar’s claims?

In my opinion, no.

It would seem that by mentioning these companies and other situations in the world, Pishevar is simply trying to divert attention away from the sexual assault and rape cases that are against him.

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