Via Alex: "If you’ve wondered why Fortune 500 companies feel the need to bend the knee to the radical left in America, you’re not alone. It’s called “woke capitalism” and it’s not going away anytime soon. We explain all the "beautiful" details about woke capitalism in our newest article which I think you'll enjoy. Give it a read, feel free to share, and let me know your thoughts on this Friday afternoon!"
It’s a rather strange claim of the American far left that their interests are opposed to that of corporate America, because there’s virtually no evidence to support it. Quite the contrary: During the wave of Black Lives Matter rioting that took place during the early summer of 2020, American corporations marched in lockstep. Not only did they use social media to swear fealty to this political movement, but they also made massive internal changes in conformity with BLM propaganda.
It’s called “woke capitalism” and while it’s not necessarily new, it’s certainly more prevalent than it ever has been. The term itself was coined by conservative editorial writer Ross Douthat in 2018. He succinctly summed up what woke capitalism is: superficial nods toward cultural leftism that allow the company to do what it really exists to do – make money.
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