Anti-campaign often can brighten the prospects

Take Mozart in the film Amadeus. Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart could have been the best of friends but they were not. Salieri disliked Mozart because of his exceptional musical talent. Salieri thought that God was unfair to him. He thought God gave him the desire to become a great musician but not enough talent. Salieri blamed Mozart for his downfall in the music circle. Salieri’s desperate plan to kill Mozart also failed. He hoped, "I will be remembered, if not in fame, then infamy." Eventually, Salieri continues to live, but confronts his own slow death. He realises very late in life that it is futile to chase hatred. Salieri’s ill-feeling did more good than harm to Mozart.