Issue: Sports

Capitalism

Capitalism

I cannot understand capitalism! A football player can be worth millions. To many, my life is worth not even a dollar.
Clean sports

Clean sports

Some players earn per day more than what ordinary citizens earn in a year. Where do those sponsors get the money from? Largely from selling products for which ordinary citizens have to pay too much. Profits are OK, provided they do not imply exploitation, manipulation or deceit... Time for clean sports and for clean products!
Point of no return

Point of no return

There is only one Nature. The insatiable competition between countries, companies and the like for ever more power and riches has brought Nature near the point of irreparable destruction. The only way to restore Nature and save Humanity is joining forces to repair the damage and prevent it. Everyone wherever will benefit. Prioritizing power and riches in a sick polluted world is primitive and not worthy of true civilization.
Redefining usual

Redefining usual

The football transfer market is getting back on track. Some players are again being sold for tens of millions of euros. Clearly, some want to go back to business as usual. Usual was pretty bad for too many common citizens and Nature. All citizens should make an effort to make usual better for all. Better for all will be better for the not so common citizens too. Less inequalities mean less dissatisfaction and less violence.
Rich but so poor

Rich but so poor

The coronacrisis has shown some of the richest countries to be incredibly poor because the inequalities are so huge. It has shown the ocean-deep differences between the income of some CEOs or stock market gurus and low-paid workers. It has shown the so-called free market is not free at all as it opens the door to fraud, abuse, exploitation and other violence. It has shown how and why blatant illegalities were legalized allowing benefits to be granted to some at the expense of so many others - often not able to make ends meet. It has shown that politics need
Rotten apples

Rotten apples

Rotten apples make rotten football. Rotten football makes rotten apples.
Sponsors

Sponsors

Most consumers may be willing to accept that a percentage of the price of the goods they buy, goes into sponsoring sports or other events. But paying for the multi-million wages of players and managers is seen by ever more people as commercial exploitation, simply unacceptable.

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