>>185445316>Their live action esg films could, and do, all lose money and they will continue making them.
The post-2008 infinite money train ride was over the second the Fed started hiking interest rates. Before this, large investment outfits had privileged access to the printing press, and could throw printed money after bad. They didn't need their investments to make returns as long as interest rates remained low or functionally negative. This was exactly the environment that engendered "ESG/DEI" initiatives; the Finkelsteinbergs of the investment world could pretend that profits were no longer necessary, and they decided to start playing Tikkun Olam activist instead.
Then came the fastest interest rate hikes in living memory, which brought a screeching halt to the flow of liquid capital. This meant that in order for kikes to hold onto any shred of power an influence, they would have to start showing a return on their investments--or lose them entirely. Now, couple this with an economic environment in which consumers are strapped for cash and are rabidly political, and you have the perfect storm for an absolute apocalypse of "woke" across every single industry that has fallen into that trap.
This is exactly why you're starting to see massive layoffs, closures, selloffs, cancellations, etc. Shareholders are demanding that anything that can't show a decent return on investment be axed. And the troonpocalypse is just getting warmed up. It's going to be a fucking holocaust.