Nokia CEO voices concern about U.S. mores
Ollila said he thinks people are more concerned about individual rights than taking responsibility for their actions and trying to have a positive influence on society.
"What I'm worried about is that if this disintegration of values continues and develops further, we'll get a conservative counter-reaction precisely like what has actually happened in the USA," he said.
"This ultraconservatism, coupled with the elements of the church ... which, as we well know, has also supported the current (U.S.) administration, is a powerful counter-reaction to a longtime vacuum of values in society," Ollila said.
Time to trade in your cell phone, and let Nokia sell to Finland and Russia where they are more enlightened.