twinspectre wrote:Yoshi wrote:It is not very likely that far-right people are the majorit of people waiting for Yooka-Laylee. Since there is nothing inherently racist about Banjo, I'd assume the standard ~15% of the audience will be far-right people.twinspectre wrote:maybe Playtonic won't refund because they realise that the project worked thanks to the "racist" because without them Yooka laylee would never happend, and now they realise how the f****d up and they want to block people on twitter, devs putting a lock so other people that are not follower won't see their tweet all they did was spitting in the face to their fans that have different point of view and I hope the "racist" are the majority, so Playtonic should apologise for disrespecting gamers with a different point of view,All humans are animals.because We are not Animals, we are HumanDisrespecting a certain point of view does not mean disrespecting the whole human. I know there are people who conflate the whole being with their viewpoint, if it is of a specific kind (e.g. racist viewpoints), but this is not necessarily the case. However, even though it might have been a better choice had Playtonic not said anything about the initial uproar and just kept everything as it was (which I would have preferred, because the few people who knew that Jafri is a racist and cared enough for that to boycott Yooka-Laylee would have probably been miniscule), I think it is their right to ensure that people know they do not respect or share racist view points. That does not mean that people with racist viewpoints are devealued as humans alltogether, it is just that these viewpoints are valuated as what they are: vile.with an opinion too and as such we need to be respectedIt largly depends on what you call diversity. Of course, adding people who are suppressing other people and clamoring for a limitation of ethnical diversity to a group that does not contain people of those opinions increases the diversity of mindsets, but it stands to question if this does not lead to a reduction of diversity in the long run, should those ideas catch on within a large enough subgroup of the original group. I believe, however, that when Playtonic said diversity, they were talking about ethnicities and racists do not form a unique ethnicity.Diversity my butt Playtonic, Diversity works IF YOU'RE Left wing
i'm a Human being not a Animal, if you feel an Animal this is up to You, I was born as Human Being.
Depends on whether you're more leaning towards science or towards religion (or biology vs. law): http://www.debate.org/opinions/are-humans-animals
Although that's Discovery Kids, the explanation is logical. And seriously, humans are a subgroup of animals, not a different thing. Too many similarities with existing animals.
Well, I wouldn’t say all of you dress up! But seriously, are you asking if humans are animals? If so, the answer is yes-s-s-s-s-s-s-s-s!!!
Scientists describe virtually everything that is alive as animal or plant. So, if you’re not a plant then you are an animal! In fact, you are a specific kind of animal called a mammal. Know what you all have in common? Your mothers have breast milk that can feed young; you have hair or fur; and you are born live instead of inside an egg or case! In fact, human mammals are born not only alive — but kicking and screaming!
http://discoverykids.com/articles/are-h ... d-animals/