James Damore: Openly Shaming Men Totally Fine in Google Meetings
Remember when Google fired that engineer over the "anti-diversity" (which wasn't really anti-diversity) memo? It seems like years ago now (see Google Fires Employee Who Penned Diversity Critical Memo and Fired Google Engineer is Lawyering Up to Sue Google). Turns out, it was just last week. Lost in the news over the weekend, fired engineer James Damore is now working the interview circuit. He's revealed some rather interesting details.
Apparently Google is really about inclusion after all. Minus one or two exceptions.
You can openly shame white people or all men, and we do this in our company-wide meetings. There’s definitely a bias toward certain movements.
They’re putting their ideology before truth. When one side is just trying to guilt you and call you names, and the other is actually using evidence and science, you know which one is actually seeking truth.
So in other words, everyone is welcome at Google. Just don't have a Y chromosome or pale skin because racism. It's the golden rule for all things social justice (see Transgender Student "Diversity Officer" Now Loses Job for Being A White Male... and Feminist Professors to College Students: Stop Citing White Males Because Racism).
According to James, Google encouraged its employees to criticize white men simply on the basis of them being white and male. But discussing why women are less inclined to join the tech field is grounds for firing. Hypocritical? You bet. Alas, someone pointing out said hypocrisy results in a prompt punishment. Social justice is swift and merciless. Hence why Damore got the boot in .003 seconds flat. Wrong-think shan't be tolerated!
The scary part of all this? It's not a single anomaly. Nor is it simply a pattern among fringe groups. Such ways are becoming the staple among internet giants (see Facebook, Twitter MASSIVELY Increase 'Hate Speech' Removal to Meet EU Demands).
The left has decreed that everyone must share the same thoughts and identity. For the sake of diversity. Or something...