Is it possible to maintain any morality whilst taking monies from those who are clearly immoral?
More examples occur on an almost daily basis of the complete moral bankruptcy of the Chinese. Should these individuals be allowed to buy Australian land etc , or even be given nationality ? Can anything good come out of tainted dirty money ?
- Aussie DevilLv 68 months agoFavourite answer
No it is not . This is one reason why I vote One Nation
- Half Drawn BoyLv 78 months ago
That is an ethical dilemma that stretches further than the instance that you mention with China. Jeffrey Epstein was a philanthropist but would it be right to accept money from a peadophile rapist, especially now that we know he used his dying moments to make it as hard as possible for any of his victims to receive compensation?
The Tate Modern in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York have said they will no longer accept money from the Sackler family due to their role in the opioid crisis. The family are willingly destroying the lives of millions of people just to make a quick buck. The idea is that accepting money from unethical people and organisations makes you complicit in their crimes and amounts to condoning their behaviour.
For example, no charity should ever accept money from you because you are a blatant racist. Not every Chinese person is immoral in the same way that not every Australian person is a bigot. Not all Australians think like you do and they don't all deserve to be tarred with the same brush just because you are a rotten apple.