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I believe based on your comment that Madden nfl 21 coins we are going to fundamentally disagree on idealism vs. realism, and that is fine. I find myself usually in the middle of realism and idealism since I understand how the world works but I still want a better world; you don’t have to select one or the other. I really don’t understand why we have to give corporations a pass just as they aren’t individuals (that Citizens United would disagree with but that’s another discussion.) We should not just accept the best we are given by a business, we should expect the best we want out of these. Companies are made of people calling the shots and you will find an infinite amount of cases of companies that both make enormous profits and stand up for good causes. Patagonia is a great example. They do not need to make sustainable products and offer repair and reuse programs to go against quickly fashion, but they do and they make a lot of money anyways.
“Everybody should do the right thing” is only naive if you do nothing about it. This instance does not include the many gray topics where opinions have a location; this is actually a discussion of whether you want black folks to have rights or not. It isn’t courageous of a company to say that black people deserve rights just because they’ll lose white supremacist customers. It really IS very easy for a company to put out a statement of belief like this, as we have seen from each of the businesses doing so right now like Amazon and the Cheap Madden 21 coins. I genuinely do not understand how it’s difficult for a multi-million dollar business to give up a very small fraction of their gains for the greater good. If people who don’t like Black Lives Issue make up a Vast Majority of a company’s customerbase, then perhaps they shouldn’t have those profits (not asserting EA’s playerbase in against BLM, this really is a hyperbolized illustration )