So I started watching Arch a while ago when he was doing his Lore videos, stopped playing WH for a bit sip forward 9/10 months or so and I've seen a lot of negative press about Arch. No I don't know the guy from adam so I've no idea what he is like personaly but always though he seemed nice enough when explaining lore..
外围体育投注But now he's posting a load of political videos and after doing some reading I've seen alot of people now branding him as a far right racist nazi.. I doubt he's that bad but I do have to say I've noticed in a lot of his videos recently he seems very opposed to equality.
外围体育投注Like I say, I could have the complete wrong end of the stick here but the video where he suggests everyone sending GW an email, to me, it basically read (with the thought of him actually being racist in mind) "I'm racist, why won't you let me be racist" or "I have my own opinions that aren't the same as yours, let me have my opinion" - But GW doesn't seem to be stopping anyone from having an opinion they just don't want to be associated with racists.
外围体育投注TL;DR - don't care.
Edit: Conclusion to the post, or as I see it anyway.
There have been accusations made with very little to no proof of said accusation. Or “proof” without context (so IMO not proof). As a comment had stated, this should be an innocent until proven guilty thing but seems to be the other way round.
In regards to his Emailing GW video - I’ve gotten the wrong end of the stick due to not really knowing the whole story behind it. I’ll hold my hands up to that one, my bad.
However, from my point of view that just sees Warhammer as a painting and rolling dice hoppy, from what I’ve seen about GW politics I think I’m going to stay far, far away from it.
Hope this hasn’t come across as confrontational or aggressive, this was a genuine question.
Hello my fellow Archians. I have recently watched quite few videos from Arch, talking about business involvement in politics and societal movements. The last one was on RedBull firing 2 of their CEOs. () I enjoy listening to his takes on these matters as much as I enjoy reading any informed opinion statements and discussions. I also agree that brands should not be arbiters of morality. However, following some discussion with my wife on this topic and current movements I am struggling a little.
Let's take BLM. A worthy cause for sure, from the standpoint of eliminating racism. Because there is obviously still a problem, which the movement aims to address and spread awareness. I am still bit iffy about the way it is done but one cannot 100% control a mob and the idea is sound. So when companies express their support and even take action to support this movement and help spread awareness, is this bad because they are getting involved in politics? I would argue not as the increase in awareness will result in increased chances of things changing. There is credit to be given for increasing awareness as opposed to forcing a political view on people. Also I am in no way saying that the companies do it from the goodness of their heart, however even with ulterior motives, the end result is beneficial.
No substantiated opinion is wrong until proven otherwise so please do share, I am very curious and probably in need of a reality check. Confusing world we live in.
With what's going on with GW and the email campaign I'm just trying to find out what these two incidents were actually about without sigmarxists jumping in to tell me it's a problematic question to ask