Playtonic has every right to decide what sort of values they stand for, with their work. I support them in this.
It is unfortunate that we are making judgements about the character of various humans, based off of social/political viewpoints. We don't live in a world of heros and villains, beliefs may possess harmful qualities, but the people who hold them are almost disappointingly "just like anyone else."
If any of you have friends or family who voted for Trump/Brexit (or you did yourself and know people on the other side of the political chasm), surely you've found that they aren't all actually that horrible, or indeed far from it! They still have their strengths and weaknesses like the rest of us.
Jon made a nice tweet today that conveyed support and understanding, I saw. He provably feels more complexly inside, but chose to convey a respectful disposition.
Would be nice if there were some great evil we could lash out on, blame for the woes of our world -- that would really simplify things. Realy though, life is such a mysterious, conundrum ... and it's hardly a simple thing, knowing what to do or be, and frankly how much of a choice we even have.
Edit: maybe that great evil is Ganon, go play Zelda