I'd normally agree

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I'd normally agree

Posted By Smarthuiyuan Smarthuiyuan     November 29, 2020    


I will preface this by saying that I do not think that it's a terrible thing for them to bring awareness to this issue. It's significant that it can't just be ignored by taking a look from it. That said, I really do hold a certain amount of doubt towards multi-billion dollar multinational corporations paying lip service to Mut 21 coins significant social problems. They are in the best possible place to do more than just put out a press release or public statement. Obviously, as a philosophical business they're under no obligation to do so, and yet it rings hollow when they try to stand in solidarity with the ordinary individuals. Currently there are businesses out there that are doing things and this is the opportunity to emphasize those attempts; to show that they're more than simply words.

I'd normally agree in the event of paying lip service to social problems without also putting support and money to advocate for change or applying it to the company and their job in the very least. That said police brutality is not just something that a company like EA throwing cash at the problem does considerably towards fixing. At best they place money towards the lawyers and groups that struggle to see justice after the fact or lobby to have laws changed that at the present government will not. It's systemic issues within authorities of not reporting their particular and holding them accountable instead staying silent and with the authorities unions which allow it all to occur or in ways even encourage it from the repercussions being a slap on the wrist followed by being hired in another precinct showing them there is no consequences. Before even getting to legislation and rulings like qualified immunity that shield abusive cops and cheap Madden nfl 21 coins permit them to abuse their power freely. The vast majority of that EA and most capitalist businesses are unable to do so much about making it unjust to say they are in the best possible position to do more.