Moral Responsibility

Advertisers, or “partners” in sponsorship of events have a moral responsibility to understand what they’re sanctioning when spending their advertising and promotional budgets.

Air Canada, the Government of Quebec, Desjardins, the Consular General of France in Quebec, and others are supporting a conference in Montreal next week called: “Climate Emergency: Must we introduce an environmental dictatorship?” This is according to an article by ThePostMillenial.com linked below via Twitter and referenced by Maxime Bernier, the only decent national political leader in Canada, in my judgment.

I leave it to you to consider the depravity that permeates our culture in connection with organized environmentalism, as well as the morality of the aforementioned sponsors of an event that positively considers “environmental dictatorship”.

One thought on “Moral Responsibility

  1. Dystopia here we come! How I relish freezing in the dark, scrounging for roots and bark.

    On Tue, Oct 15, 2019, 8:07 PM Pod’s Unit Perspective, wrote:

    > Podritske posted: “Advertisers, or “partners” in sponsorship of events > have a moral responsibility to understand what they’re sanctioning when > spending their advertising and promotional budgets. Air Canada, the > Government of Quebec, Desjardins, the Consular General of Fran” >

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