Assemble CEO: Who I Don't Want as a Customer

In a post on Reddit, Assemble Entertainment founder and CEO Stefan Marcinek draws a line in the sand, saying the company is only concerned with serving customers who are like-minded on the topic of open-mindedness. Marcinek acknowledges this approach can hurt a company's bottom line, and does not care. In fact, the post suggests those who aren't in agreement can still return previously purchased Assemble games:
If you are one of those people who can't accept others because they don't fit your worldview, because they are gay, lesbian, bi, trans or queer, who considers people with different skin color, religion, or ancestry than your own to be foreign or abnormal, who can't stand them or even insults them, in what way ever, or who is incapable of respecting women and is violent; who votes for "parties" that are disgusting and inhuman, supports them, sympathizes with them or is active as a politician for them (yes, I’m referring especially to the AfD in Germany), then I want to make this perfectly clear:

I don’t want you as a customer!
I don’t want to see you at our events or conferences. Neither as a visitor nor as a speaker!
I don’t want to have anything at all to do with you!

If you are one of those people and are about to buy one of our games: Don’t!
If you bought one of our games and can still return it: Do so!

And if you are one of those experts who think "Then you'll sell fewer games", let me tell you a little secret: You are not the center of this universe or our bank balance. There are more than seven billion people in this world and therefore enough customers with their hearts in the right place and who are not just contemptible fecal defecatory orifices!
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Beamer wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 22:40:
milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 18:21:
Beamer wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:48:
milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:10:
Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

And thus the summary of the day. One could do a press release on a law or concept that most people technically would agree with, everyday for a year straight.
With absolutely no connected reason or event, reasonable people however are going to say; weird flex bro, seems like woke garbage virtue signaling to us.

Meanwhile the woke argument is the equivalent of: Our name is ANTIFA, we are Anti-Fascist, if you don't support us then GuEsS YoU MuSt Be FaScIsT.
People of reason however realized you all stopped using words correctly a long time ago.

Yeah, you don't at all sound like a guy that's utterly invested in a culture war. "Did you say racists are bad? That's virtue signaling! What about anti-fascists!"

You don't come across as a person of reason, you come across as a person entirely consumed with his own emotions and not thinking clearly.

Let's put it another way. Let's say that someone was never military, but tried to frequently pass off that he was. Stolen valor. Would you say that anyone that didn't want those stealing valor as customers was virtue signaling? Or is having people fake being military, or at least try to lead people to believe they're military, is so gross that it's ok to be against them, and if a lot of them happen to show up, being loud about not wanting their money is just common sense?

Oh yea, I'm the consumed one, meanwhile you straight up started to make up quotes I said to justify your crap takes. We made it to this point due to normal people not standing up to people like you. A good chunk of the woke strategy is making it painful in one way or another to say no, I don't agree with your flawed concepts. Everything is a word game, social positioning, round-about nonsense to act like you have the "right" position on things.

Your example hilariously misses the point. This CEO could totally post today they think Stolen Valor is bad a thing, and the super majority would agree, but also everyone would be wondering; why are you bringing this up as a video game company press release with no attached event? And thus we are back to, sooooo apparently this infers the company is pro anything they have not publicly denounced yet?

You say others are fighting a culture war but you keep whining about "woke."

You say I am making up quotes, but you began this by making up a corporate loss and are still too stubborn to admit you were wrong. You double down endlessly.

You're utterly irrational, you're not at all self aware, and you're an emotional wreck over these things. That you think you're the reasonable or sensible one when literally everyone is pointing out how incorrect you are is telling. You're probably going "I'm never going back to that echo chamber" rather than taking a moment to self reflect and realize maybe it's not an echo chamber, maybe you're just being irrational

Well every "point" you brought up I explained rationally why it is a bad point, each time you respond so generically to the side you represent it is hard to identify you distinctly from RedEye9.
Alas here we are watching you still struggle with the backup plan of "no you are the poopie head that is crazy"
Ya'll get so distracted by if anyone isn't 100% all in on your crazy town point of view, you think they are the same as Cutter.
I don't plan to change your mind, I'm just documenting your garbage logic for everyone else to see.
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Riahderymnmaddog wrote on Jul 28, 2021, 01:41:
fakespyder wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 18:32:
It is possible to applaud the sentiment but also question why it is being expressed when no one asked.

Dude! Seriously I just want theses motherfuckers to argue over one of my post's for a change.

You need to post something controversial:

THE WITCHER 3 IS THE WORST PC GAME EVER MADE.
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fakespyder wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 18:32:
It is possible to applaud the sentiment but also question why it is being expressed when no one asked.
Yeah, while I'm 100% on this guy's side, it seems unnecessarily pre-emptive. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

His company though, so he can do what he likes.
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fakespyder wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 18:32:
It is possible to applaud the sentiment but also question why it is being expressed when no one asked.

Dude! Seriously I just want theses motherfuckers to argue over one of my post's for a change.
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asparagus1979 wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 23:33:
.... SNIP ....

So because his concern is from self interest and not altruistic enough he should turn in his "leftist" card? Yeah, I'm sure he's real concerned about that.
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"leftist leftist leftist."

Hit dogs howling and all
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Following an exchange on reddit, his response seem to indicate that he, as a customer, would not be welcome to buy games made by himself as company CEO . I pointed to him, from a leftist perspective, that what has he done is empty posturing, made by an elitist leftist blessed to live in a society extremely amenable and liberal. That there are instances of racism and intolerance in many parts of the world, leftist regimes with horrendous antigay laws on the books, religious fascist regimes with an impressive criminal record against a bewildering , complex and almost complete array of minority and oppressed groups. What he took from this exchange is that he would not want me as a customer, because I didn't toe the fashionista leftist ideas he seems to have to the letter . Although leftist, I hate buying in bulk an ideology, them being all imperfect and containing extremely objectionable ideas. In short, he exhibited a fascistic intolerance and lack off empathy for the minority groups at large, in the wider world. Oh, and was very careful not to name names when it comes to these intolerant groups. As such, he appears to make a courageous stand on behalf of the oppressed, but in reality, he cannot see anything wrong beyond the things that affected him personally. His bubble of righteousness does not extend very far, and , as far as I'm concerned, his leftist credentials , such are they are, beside being self centered, do not amount to much at all, other than what he bulk purchased from "leftism for beginners in ten easy steps". Based of the age of his cat, I'm surprised that his support for minorities is very modern and z-generational, in the sense that he seems to adhere to the classic "if you are not with us, you are against us" system of values, as practiced not so long ago in his country be people I'd rather not mention. I will still buy the games, if good, since they are made by a team, who are probably different in myriad ways, and i would not bow to a narcistic "do not buy my games if..". After all, i doubt he codded them by himself in a garage, and the livelihood of people other than the CEO its equaly important. To me, if not to him. So for all those rightist out there, do not take him seriously, he is as leftist as the kardashians, which is to say, lots of paint but little substance. Or courage of opinions. Just some sand in the eyes of the ones who pat themselves on the back for their advanced worldview. Nothing original, just platitudes, and a smear on those who really took a stand and paid for it. You could make this kind of leftism on the assembly line, thinking not required or encouraged.

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milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 18:21:
Beamer wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:48:
milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:10:
Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

And thus the summary of the day. One could do a press release on a law or concept that most people technically would agree with, everyday for a year straight.
With absolutely no connected reason or event, reasonable people however are going to say; weird flex bro, seems like woke garbage virtue signaling to us.

Meanwhile the woke argument is the equivalent of: Our name is ANTIFA, we are Anti-Fascist, if you don't support us then GuEsS YoU MuSt Be FaScIsT.
People of reason however realized you all stopped using words correctly a long time ago.

Yeah, you don't at all sound like a guy that's utterly invested in a culture war. "Did you say racists are bad? That's virtue signaling! What about anti-fascists!"

You don't come across as a person of reason, you come across as a person entirely consumed with his own emotions and not thinking clearly.

Let's put it another way. Let's say that someone was never military, but tried to frequently pass off that he was. Stolen valor. Would you say that anyone that didn't want those stealing valor as customers was virtue signaling? Or is having people fake being military, or at least try to lead people to believe they're military, is so gross that it's ok to be against them, and if a lot of them happen to show up, being loud about not wanting their money is just common sense?

Oh yea, I'm the consumed one, meanwhile you straight up started to make up quotes I said to justify your crap takes. We made it to this point due to normal people not standing up to people like you. A good chunk of the woke strategy is making it painful in one way or another to say no, I don't agree with your flawed concepts. Everything is a word game, social positioning, round-about nonsense to act like you have the "right" position on things.

Your example hilariously misses the point. This CEO could totally post today they think Stolen Valor is bad a thing, and the super majority would agree, but also everyone would be wondering; why are you bringing this up as a video game company press release with no attached event? And thus we are back to, sooooo apparently this infers the company is pro anything they have not publicly denounced yet?

You say others are fighting a culture war but you keep whining about "woke."

You say I am making up quotes, but you began this by making up a corporate loss and are still too stubborn to admit you were wrong. You double down endlessly.

You're utterly irrational, you're not at all self aware, and you're an emotional wreck over these things. That you think you're the reasonable or sensible one when literally everyone is pointing out how incorrect you are is telling. You're probably going "I'm never going back to that echo chamber" rather than taking a moment to self reflect and realize maybe it's not an echo chamber, maybe you're just being irrational
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So Person A says "I don't support racism, homophobia, and if you do, I don't want you as a customer". So Person B says "Go woke, go broke". So the inference here is, that Person B is assumed to be a bigot? Because that's what it sounds like they're defending--but some how you are "radical left" if you don't like racists or homophobes?

Alt-Right Buzzword Bingo!
https://imgur.com/tGi4eAP

EDIT:
Just to be clear. It's not that Person X didn't post something like "Yes, I agree, racism is bad". It's that Person X took the time to post the equivalent of "Get bent" on an anti-bigotry news item.

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Yeah, that makes sense. Reading the full announcement. He's married to a man two years older than he is. Apparently lives in Germany--and specifically mentions AfD. AfD, Alternative for Germany, is a far right nationalist party that has ~12% of seats in the German government. Also, from seeing that hate crimes in Germany are on the rise ~36% up from last year--I think it's pretty understandable where he's coming from. Why anyone would "need" an excuse to say they're against racism or other forms of bigotry is odd though.

Besides, SPHERE Flying Cities looks interesting.

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It is possible to applaud the sentiment but also question why it is being expressed when no one asked.
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Beamer wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:48:
milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:10:
Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

And thus the summary of the day. One could do a press release on a law or concept that most people technically would agree with, everyday for a year straight.
With absolutely no connected reason or event, reasonable people however are going to say; weird flex bro, seems like woke garbage virtue signaling to us.

Meanwhile the woke argument is the equivalent of: Our name is ANTIFA, we are Anti-Fascist, if you don't support us then GuEsS YoU MuSt Be FaScIsT.
People of reason however realized you all stopped using words correctly a long time ago.

Yeah, you don't at all sound like a guy that's utterly invested in a culture war. "Did you say racists are bad? That's virtue signaling! What about anti-fascists!"

You don't come across as a person of reason, you come across as a person entirely consumed with his own emotions and not thinking clearly.

Let's put it another way. Let's say that someone was never military, but tried to frequently pass off that he was. Stolen valor. Would you say that anyone that didn't want those stealing valor as customers was virtue signaling? Or is having people fake being military, or at least try to lead people to believe they're military, is so gross that it's ok to be against them, and if a lot of them happen to show up, being loud about not wanting their money is just common sense?

Oh yea, I'm the consumed one, meanwhile you straight up started to make up quotes I said to justify your crap takes. We made it to this point due to normal people not standing up to people like you. A good chunk of the woke strategy is making it painful in one way or another to say no, I don't agree with your flawed concepts. Everything is a word game, social positioning, round-about nonsense to act like you have the "right" position on things.

Your example hilariously misses the point. This CEO could totally post today they think Stolen Valor is bad a thing, and the super majority would agree, but also everyone would be wondering; why are you bringing this up as a video game company press release with no attached event? And thus we are back to, sooooo apparently this infers the company is pro anything they have not publicly denounced yet?
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milspecmonkey wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 17:10:
Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

And thus the summary of the day. One could do a press release on a law or concept that most people technically would agree with, everyday for a year straight.
With absolutely no connected reason or event, reasonable people however are going to say; weird flex bro, seems like woke garbage virtue signaling to us.

Meanwhile the woke argument is the equivalent of: Our name is ANTIFA, we are Anti-Fascist, if you don't support us then GuEsS YoU MuSt Be FaScIsT.
People of reason however realized you all stopped using words correctly a long time ago.

Yeah, you don't at all sound like a guy that's utterly invested in a culture war. "Did you say racists are bad? That's virtue signaling! What about anti-fascists!"

You don't come across as a person of reason, you come across as a person entirely consumed with his own emotions and not thinking clearly.

Let's put it another way. Let's say that someone was never military, but tried to frequently pass off that he was. Stolen valor. Would you say that anyone that didn't want those stealing valor as customers was virtue signaling? Or is having people fake being military, or at least try to lead people to believe they're military, is so gross that it's ok to be against them, and if a lot of them happen to show up, being loud about not wanting their money is just common sense?
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Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

And thus the summary of the day. One could do a press release on a law or concept that most people technically would agree with, everyday for a year straight.
With absolutely no connected reason or event, reasonable people however are going to say; weird flex bro, seems like woke garbage virtue signaling to us.

Meanwhile the woke argument is the equivalent of: Our name is ANTIFA, we are Anti-Fascist, if you don't support us then GuEsS YoU MuSt Be FaScIsT.
People of reason however realized you all stopped using words correctly a long time ago.
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Cutter wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 15:44:
Riahderymnmaddog wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 11:20:
Good God, more of the get woke go broke bullshit. Sorry if you're some bigoted, racist, asswhole who things they are being singled out and persecuted for your extremely Conservative Christian Patriot believes. I can only imagine the hell you must experience when someone says "Hey, brah, stop be a dick".

Didn't Jebus Christ get nailed to a tree or something for saying "Brah, just be cool".


Well obviously anyone that doesn't subscribe to the radical left's Orwellian brain washing and participation medals must be a hardcore racist and bigot. Keep your virtue signalling bullshit to yourself because normal human beings don't fucking care. Rolleyes

IDK? I don't really see how not being an total asshat, and accepting people who choose different paths in life, or are different races, religions, and sexual preferences is some radical leftist agenda. I am just cool to people man, like they can do their own thing and make their own choices right? IMO this country would be boring AF if it had 350,000,000 citizens who are carbon copy's of me.

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Cutter wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 15:44:
Well obviously anyone that doesn't subscribe to the radical left's Orwellian brain washing and participation medals must be a hardcore racist and bigot. Keep your virtue signalling bullshit to yourself because normal human beings don't fucking care. Rolleyes

woke
orwellian
snowflakes
Just more overused catch words.
Many times projection.
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Riahderymnmaddog wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 11:20:
Good God, more of the get woke go broke bullshit. Sorry if you're some bigoted, racist, asswhole who things they are being singled out and persecuted for your extremely Conservative Christian Patriot believes. I can only imagine the hell you must experience when someone says "Hey, brah, stop be a dick".

Didn't Jebus Christ get nailed to a tree or something for saying "Brah, just be cool".


Well obviously anyone that doesn't subscribe to the radical left's Orwellian brain washing and participation medals must be a hardcore racist and bigot. Keep your virtue signalling bullshit to yourself because normal human beings don't fucking care. Rolleyes

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Never understood where "get woke, go broke" came from. I guess its just a lie free market conservatives and libertarians tell themselves to pretend the market hasn't decided against them? "Getting woke" is a pretty sound financial decision and has been for several years. Even a half-hearted disingenuous claim of wokeness is good for business, provided you don't have a history of being bigoted assholes.
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Prez wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 00:04:
I'm not exactly shy about voicing my disdain for corporations that put money above everything else, so on the surface, this seems like a breath of fresh air. But color me skeptical. As has already been pointed out, inclusive companies are doing just fine. He's literally taking zero risk here. Sorry but I can't shake the feeling that all he is doing is scoring some touchy-feely points along the way. I don't believe him.

He specifically mentions AfD in Germany, so this might be personal to him.
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ChaosEngine wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:59:
Cutter wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 21:23:
Well looking at the games they make I don't foresee not being a customer of theirs being a problem for most people. Get woke, go broke.

Yeah, look at all those idiot companies being woke.

I mean, it's not like Apple are making any money, are they?
Oh, they are?

Alright, well, look at Disney! They made Star Wars for SJWs and they made no money at all?
Huh... really? A billion dollars each?

Marvel.. bloody wokesters!
Biggest movie franchise of all time? 22 billion dollars?

But yeah, I mean....boo to that! I only want racists and assholes as my customers! Oh, Fox News is losing viewers....

On one hand I hate how Disney treats their animators and are so expensive, but you can't deny how they go out of their way to make their guests, children, and LGBTQ customers feel welcomed and included. My wife absolutely adores their films and I have to admit, it's difficult to resist their charms.
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Beamer wrote on Jul 26, 2021, 23:41:
Amazing how many people here are angered by "we'd rather not sell to racists and homophobes."

Ask yourself why you're angry.

Pretty much this.
Also pretty telling that those who say "go woke, go broke", clearly have no understanding of what "woke" means and only use it to sound pithy.
LGBTQ are not asking for love and adoration, just to be left alone without being reminded on a daily basis that a certain populations wish hate, intolerance, or condemnation.
It's nice seeing businesses join in on the message of "don't be dicks to each other, and if you are one, go elsewhere".
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