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    In Celebration of Cult of Diversity, Google Sacrifices Employee

    In Celebration of Cult of Diversity, Google Sacrifices Employee

    Diversity is our weakness

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    By William M Briggs Published on August 8, 2017

    Walk into Google’s headquarter’s and say, “Diversity is our strength.” Know what would happen?

    A thousand unquestioning strident voices would echo “Diversity … Diversity … Diversity … .” And then bots, preprogrammed monomaniacal zombies, would roam the halls looking to administer pain to those who fail to amplify the call.

    This isn’t surmise. It’s been tried, and it works.

    Google employee James Damore, a gentleman with many genuine intellectual accolades, has witnessed the phenomenon first-hand. He’s now without a job.

    Did you get my memo?

    Damore wrote an internal, modest, never-meant-for-outside-eyes memo “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.” He dared say, “On average, men and women biologically differ in many ways.”

    Now he might have got away with that. Those who worship at the cult of Diversity sometimes, but only sometimes and always with great reluctance, grant that men and women differ biologically.

    It was what he said next that cut Damore’s own throat.

    “These [biological] differences aren’t just socially constructed,” he said, “because they’re universal across human cultures.”

    The Cult Reacts


    Well, that was it. One of the cult’s high priestesses (former VP of Google, adviser to President Obama) Megan Smith said Damore’s remarks were “offensive.” She said Damore’s public admission that men and women are essentially different was a “microaggression.” Damore’s words were causing women and men “of color” to “suffer a death of a thousand paper-cuts.”

    The low priests and (mostly) priestesses who suckle at the withered teats of the single-headed god Diversity went into their patented act. They screamed. They screeched. They claimed they were under siege. They said they were threatened. They called for blood. They demanded a sacrifice to appease the god.

    The magic worked. Cowards fell before the barrage of fake tears and shallow outrage, frozen in fear as if struck by a thunderbolt from Heaven.

    And so, in celebration and true worship of Diversity, Google fired Damore.

    Irony for You and Me


    The irony in this fiasco is thick in the air.

    In his memo, Damore said, “Google’s political bias has equated the freedom from offense with psychological safety.” Just so. After the memo leaked, many in and around Google claimed they felt unsafe because they were offended.

    Damore said, “In highly progressive environments [like Google], conservatives are a minority that feel like they need to stay in the closet to avoid open hostility.” Further, Google had a “culture of shaming and misrepresentation” of those who spoke of simple reality.

    George Orwell said, “The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it.” This is why cultists insulate themselves and punish and purge from their dark shelters and “safe spaces” any who remind them of Reality.

    He said many Google employees lacked “the courage to say or defend” reality because of “the possibility of being fired.”

    This fear, as Google proved to all of us, is rational. God bless Damore for not succumbing to it.

    Truth Hurts

    From the panicked, hysterical, and universal reaction to the banality that men and women have on average differing abilities, we can deduce that hearing Truth causes physical pain to Diversity cultists. Like wounded beasts, they lash out seeking surcease of sorrow. But given Truth surrounds them, they find it nevermore.

    George Orwell said, “The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it.” This is why cultists insulate themselves and punish and purge from their dark shelters and “safe spaces” any who remind them of Reality.

    It did not help Damore to say “I strongly believe in gender and racial diversity, and I think we should strive for more.” This is holy Diversity writ. Yet just as knowing scripture will not in the end save Satan, repeating a line or two of cult dogma will not save you.

    Commitment to the cult must be complete. Damore signaled his desperate lack of this commitment when he said, “Viewpoint diversity is arguably the most important type of diversity and political orientation is one of the most fundamental and significant ways in which people view things differently.” Google also swears to “value” “inclusion”.

    “Diversity” is not Diversity

    Alas, “viewpoint diversity” is not diversity. The last thing cultists want is an opinion that differs from their own, even slightly. They must have absolute, blind obedience. Silence will not do. Diversity demands complicity. You must put the pinch of incense into the fire.

    From Google’s actions, and from our common experience with those universities and elements of government who subscribe to the cult, we conclude the following facts. Diversity is not diversity. Diversity is mandatory uniformity. Diversity is enforced quotas. Diversity is binding conformity.
    Last edited by ibleedgreen; 08-09-2017 at 11:37 AM.

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    Perhaps it's time to switch to Bing. LOL

    I've already seen the obvious biases of priority in what they return for searches.

    Playing Into Every Female Stereotype, Women At Google Stay Home After Memo For Emotional Reasons

    Uh, this kind of proves the memo's point, no?

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    ByAmanda Prestigiacomo @amandapresto

    August 8, 2017

    Some "upset" women in the echoing halls of Google decided to stay home from work after their feelings were hurt by a ten-page memorandum written by an anonymous employee who — trigger warning — acknowledged the general differences between men and women.

    A former Google software engineer says some women at the company skipped work today, upset by the leaked memo. https://t.co/Uuvd5CBKv7
    — NPR (@NPR) August 8, 2017

    NPR reported that former Google employee Kelly Ellis said "some women who still work at the company stayed home on Monday because the memo made them 'uncomfortable going back to work.'"

    James Damore, who penned the politically incorrect memo, was canned by the corporation intolerant of viewpoint diversity on Monday for allegedly "perpetuating gender stereotypes."

    Ironically, the women too "upset" to go into work over a science and evidence-backed note are indeed playing into the worst gender stereotypes of all — the overly-emotional and irrational woman — and inadvertently proving what they are so fiercely attempting to deny: men and women are different.

    Is NPR implying women disproportionately had an emotional reaction? https://t.co/TiPIfP4Tji
    — Jeff Giesea (@jeffgiesea) August 8, 2017

    (By the way, where's the lynch mob for the NPR social media director spewing such hate speech?)
    Although the memo is being maligned in the leftist media as "anti-woman," that's a deliberate distortion of the letter's contents. Damore was simply addressing the social science that shows men and women, generally speaking, have different strengths and weaknesses. The former employee was trying to address the wrongheaded diversity policies at Google, explaining that some of the discrepancies in male-to-female ratios within the company were unlikely due to discrimination, but, instead, from nature.

    As you might suspect, this was construed as not just WrongThink, or ambiguous "hate speech," but heresy from within Google's Church of Diversity; Damore was thusly excommunicated.

    Read the letter here.

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    Bing is as bad as Google, in fact every main search engine is run by leftists. You only get bias.... I might stop buying on amazon too. Time for conservatives to put their money to work..

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    They love diversity ... unless it's diversity of thought. Offend the thought police, and you're toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFL12 View Post
    Bing is as bad as Google, in fact every main search engine is run by leftists. You only get bias.... I might stop buying on amazon too. Time for conservatives to put their money to work..
    I know.. just a lesser of evils, like our elections. The competition is just too sparse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoink View Post
    They love diversity ... unless it's diversity of thought. Offend the thought police, and you're toast.
    This man spoke Truth to power, and paid the price. How ironic on so many levels.

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    the alt-right vs google.

    guess what? no one cares

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibleedgreen View Post
    This man spoke Truth to power, and paid the price. How ironic on so many levels.
    are we talking about Colin Kaepernick again ;)

    it's funny how you guys support telling truth to power

    as long as it's your truth and not your power

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitonti View Post
    are we talking about Colin Kaepernick again ;)

    it's funny how you guys support telling truth to poweras long as it's your truth and not your power
    Kaepernick speaks anti-American venom and racialist clap trap, not Truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibleedgreen View Post
    Kaepernick speaks anti-American venom and racialist clap trap, not Truth.
    You have your truth, I have mine and Kaepernick has his.

    bottom line he's speaking up for what he believes in and was blackballed

    it's statistically provable that no QB with his above average stats has been unemployed this long in the FA era.

    personally, I don't agree with what he says. I am a hand on the heart stand up type of guy. but every man should have a right to make a living

    Some billionaires don't like the guy so they have their set of rules for him and a different set of rules for Tim Tebow.

    put it another way if Kaepernick was standing up for Christian beliefs and not employed because of it, you'd be outraged. If Tim Tebow was a Satanist, you'd hate his ass.


    Kaep could sue the NFL and win, if it wasn't for the anti-trust exception.

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