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Google and the Left Wing Cult

Based on the documentation provided as part of James Damore’s discrimination suit, Google operates as a cult of left-wing progressives who promote an environment of hostility against conservatives, Republicans, Trump supporters, and white men. The Federalist has a summary, but here’s a few to give the flavor of the thing.

“Google furnishes a large number of internal mailing lists catering to employees with alternative lifestyles, including furries, polygamy, transgenderism, and plurality, for the purpose of discussing sexual topics. The only lifestyle that seems to not be openly discussed on Google’s internal forums is traditional heterosexual monogamy.”

A footnote next to the word “plurality” adds: “For instance, an employee who sexually identifies as ‘a yellow-scaled wingless dragonkin’ and ‘an expansive ornate building’ presented a talk entitled ‘Living as a Plural Being’ at an internal company event.”

[Google Manager Kim] Burchett once proposed creating a list she would personally manage of “people who make diversity difficult,” to include employees who did things like make statements “unsupportive of diversity.” She suggested the list could serve as a punishment that could incentivize “better” behavior among the offenders listed.

“You can’t support Donald Trump without also supporting his racism, misogyny, homophobia, and transphobia,” a Googler wrote in a lengthy communication on Trump supporters. “Or even worse, if you vote for Donald Trump because of his economic policy or because you feel the other party is corrupt, then what you’re saying is that economics is more important than the safety of your peers. This is where my tolerance ends: with intolerance.”

I don’t think this situation is unique to Google – it’s likely quite common at Silicon Valley tech firms. Google management actively encourages its left-wing progressive employees to gang up on those who don’t share their cult-like fixation on “diversity,” socialism and encouragement of sexual deviance. BadThink at Google will get an employee cut off from opportunities for advancement, but blacklisted in the insutry, and even threatened in their private lives. (Sounds more than a little bit like Scientology.)

Oh, by the way, the Progressive-Left wants all of society run according to this model.  Discrimination against those who hold “politically incorrect” viewpoints (wrongthink), punishment for wrongthink, networks of informers to report on people for wrongthink, and ultimately violence against those who hold wrongthink.

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  1. Seattle, as a network of snobby white libs, already uses this model.

    Comment by Hanover — January 11, 2018 @ 8:54 am - January 11, 2018

  2. The google employee that I have known for years fits this description.

    By the way, do you know the difference between a fascist and an anti-fascist?

    A fascist will beat you up if he disagrees with your politics, while an anti-fascist will beat you up if he disagrees with your politics.

    Comment by Niall — January 11, 2018 @ 10:34 am - January 11, 2018

  3. Parallel to the liberal bullying of employees is the greater bullying of the entire Google search “results.”

    Google intentionally stacks the search results with all the liberal sources on top. This is akin to how curriculum is delivered on the vast number of college campuses.

    Google is a private enterprise and we are not compelled to use it. Therefore it remains unregulated in the manner in which monopolies are regulated.

    Furthermore, Google is building a dossier on your every keystroke. Their algorithms know more about you than you know about yourself. Artificial Intelligence is predicated on the electronic brain predicting your next move before your own synapses fire.

    My point is that Google has the Big Brother concept well underway. They only need to get you to wear a chip like an Apple Watch to round out where to send the drone. (Well, thats a bit extreme ….) …to round out where and how to guide you according to their benefit.

    It makes perfect sense to have the human droids in the Google-verse all acting in accord with the Great Google Game Plan for the Greater Good of Google and Google Earth.

    I have reached the point where I would pay a substantial sum per year to an entity which would prevent filter all of the unsolicited crap from reaching my computer.

    In other, monumental news, Congress is being made to confront the domestic spying carried out against Donald Trump, Candidate Donald Trump and President-Elect Donald Trump which was undertaken by the DOJ, the FBI, the DOD and semi-permitted by the FISC through allowed surveilling authorized by the FISA court.

    The domestic spying stuff is a flustercluck of the monumental government invasion of the Fourth Amendment and is nothing compared to the Google aggregation of personal data held on each user.

    [To add context to my comments about the government domestic spying, I take this from Conservative Tree House:

    Where is foreign person “Natalia Veselnitskya‘s” cell phone? (input phone number)…

    Oh, she’s in Trump Tower,… OK, great.

    FISA-702 Query “all ip addresses and cell phone communication within Trump Tower”.

    Review data, fill out FISA query authorization form explaining the reason for the FISA second query. Easy peasy, legal. That query then becomes a valid “FISA warrant”, but “Warrant” is really a misnomer based on traditional lingo.

    The second search is actually a legally approved FISA-702 “query”, not really a “warrant”; the FISA-702 (U.S. individual or entity) search query (form required) is a result of a valid search query upon a foreign actor (no form required). The 702 authorization form is what people mistakenly refer to as the “warrant”.

    For those who are not following the “Russian collusion” maze, the above citation is doubtlessly a muddled mess. That serves my point. Google does not have the niceties of the Fourth Amendment to worry about. They can break and enter into your life in same way your neighbors can watch you if you don’t pull the shades.

    Facebook is developing a “device (which) will feature a 15inch screen, a wide-angle camera with facial recognition and microphones to allow voice control. It’s expected to use facial recognition to allow people to log into their accounts without having to type in passwords and will be dedicated to video chat.”

    Many idiots will “welcome” this camera and microphone into their lives. Amazon has Echo and newer TV’s already have cameras and microphones for video games.

    My car talks to me and pops up with directions, destinations, etc. It knows my speed, when I cross road stripes, how far I am from the car in front and more. We are giving our private selves away for “convenience.”

    Within a few days or weeks, the” fit is going hit the Shan” in the Russian collusion story. The Deep State is up to its keister in its own too-doo.

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 11, 2018 @ 10:53 am - January 11, 2018

  4. Hanover, do you live in The People’s Repubic of Seattle?

    Comment by Runningrn — January 11, 2018 @ 11:36 am - January 11, 2018

  5. The striking hypocrisy is that while Google will not hire you or fire you if you’re not a good fit for the company culture, they and other leftist tech companies beg for open borders that would allow people that are not a good fit for American culture.

    Comment by CH — January 11, 2018 @ 12:03 pm - January 11, 2018

  6. “All organizations devoted to idealistic group-think inevitably evolve into sex-cults.”

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 11, 2018 @ 1:09 pm - January 11, 2018

  7. Oh, the Silly Con-Game Valley in the news again?

    Kudos to James and his lawyer for not letting it go.

    Comment by Cyril — January 11, 2018 @ 1:17 pm - January 11, 2018

  8. @5 Bingo.

    Comment by Cyril — January 11, 2018 @ 1:19 pm - January 11, 2018

  9. No #4, I escaped in 2008 and now happily live in Texas. It was bad in Seattle when I was there and got progressively worse over the years but I hear it’s even worse now.

    Comment by Hanover — January 11, 2018 @ 1:20 pm - January 11, 2018

  10. Oh Hanover, it’s much, much worse! I live on the Eastside and work in Seattle. The City Council is so far left, and each mayor so far has been worse since the last. Norm Rice looks like a freaking statesman by comparison, not to mention our Governors. You are lucky to have escaped!

    Comment by Runningrn — January 11, 2018 @ 1:27 pm - January 11, 2018

  11. […] a Googler wrote in a lengthy communication on Trump supporters, “Or even worse, if you vote for Donald Trump because of his economic policy or because you feel the other party is corrupt, then what you’re saying is that economics is more important than the safety of your peers. This is where my tolerance ends: with intolerance.”

    Er, nope. I beg to differ.

    That’s where, why, and how your Klan starts, genius.

    Comment by Cyril — January 11, 2018 @ 1:39 pm - January 11, 2018

  12. Meanwhile James O’Keefe is exposed”shadow banning” at Twitter. I wonder if Facebook does the same thing , it would explain why articles I shared from Gay Patriot never get a response. By the way thanks for the tip on Android chrome behavior modification, haven’t had a hijack attempt since then.(at least on this site)

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — January 11, 2018 @ 8:35 pm - January 11, 2018

  13. This doesn’t say much about Google, et al. Given all the ideological policing and the stifling lack of diversity where it counts (thought), I don’t see now they get much useful done.

    Companies with real work to do don’t pay employees to lecture on how they self-identify as a non-gender-binary cruise ship and will not tolerate threatening emails sent on company systems by employees on company time.

    Google must be run by idiots – all this stuff is subject to discovery and my bet is that Damore, et al, have already got a court order telling Google to preserve all relevant correspondence, etc.

    I’ve found the duckduckgo search engine to be pretty good. Safari, for one, has DDG as a built-in option under search preferences.

    Watching some of these SJW employees, I think I can see one reason that employers may favor foreigners from countries where kids don’t grow up with super-inflated opinions of themselves.

    Comment by KCRob — January 11, 2018 @ 9:50 pm - January 11, 2018

  14. Mr Damore’s choice of attorney is very interesting: an Indian native, former ACLU board member, and Republican activist who also sued UC/Berkeley representing the College Republicans and the Young America’s Foundation over free speech issues. It will be a little harder for their attorneys to write him off as a privileged white boy who just isn’t woke enough to work at a company of the future like Google.

    Comment by RSG — January 12, 2018 @ 11:24 am - January 12, 2018

  15. google is just doing what communist governments do.

    Comment by salg — January 12, 2018 @ 11:43 am - January 12, 2018

  16. “I don’t think this situation is unique to Google – it’s likely quite common at Silicon Valley tech firms. Google management actively encourages its left-wing progressive employees to gang up on those who don’t share their cult-like fixation on “diversity,” socialism and encouragement of sexual deviance. BadThink at Google will get an employee cut off from opportunities for advancement, but blacklisted in the insutry, and even threatened in their private lives. ”

    It’s common thinking in the public and private with 2%er line and staff. This is why we have Oncale vs Sundowner Offshore Oil Services. 2%ers routinely ignore federal employment law.

    Comment by rjligier — January 13, 2018 @ 11:41 am - January 13, 2018

  17. “It’s common thinking in the public and private with 2%er line and staff. This is why we have Oncale vs Sundowner Offshore Oil Services. 2%ers routinely ignore federal employment law.”

    EDIT: It’s common thinking in the public and private sector in companies with 2%er line and staff. This is why we have Oncale vs Sundowner Offshore Oil Services. 2%ers routinely ignore federal employment law.

    Comment by rjligier — January 13, 2018 @ 11:43 am - January 13, 2018

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