Interview with Anti-SJW Googler James Damore
He seems more naive than anything else. One should be like that old Italian man in the book Catch-22. When the Germans invaded he loudly proclaimed "Heil Hitler". When the Americans drove the Germans out he professed of his love for the USA.
That's my attitude in the workplace, just pay lipservice to the bullshit, keep your true thoughts to yourself.
It's true that you can speak out after you got FU money in the bank.
Anti-SJW warriors are so annoying. They keep throwing bullshit phrases around like "Your political bias equates the freedom from offense with psychological safety", and "Your left bias has created a politically correct monoculture".
Completely opinionated, black-and-white, over-the-top, and basically incorrect. Yet stated in such absolute terms that it can't be argued with -- you just have to say "No, that's incorrect".
+1 Bluebeard. People are quick to complain about the so-called thought police, but if they kept quiet when it came to political topics, or subjects about which people are noticeably touchy, people really *would* need to be mindreaders to figure them out.
It needn't even be that hard. Just pay attention, be noncommittal if anybody tries to discuss hot-button topics (it usually already reflects poorly on them - you don't need to do anything), and generally don't rock the boat for non-work type reasons. Part of your job description is always "get on with your colleagues", and this is just part of that. It's called being a professional.
But, no. When it comes to some people, and whatever bee it is they have in their bonnet, they can never shut up about it. Thought police? No need for any of that crap. Just wait, and these fucknuts will actually tell you what they really think, straight from their own stupid mouths. Quite often, you don't even have to ask.
I definitely side with the SJWs and StH (etc.) on the subject of this guy's opinions. But if he'd just kept them to himself, and didn't raise them at work, and didn't give anybody any grounds for complaint... what would have been the problem? What a total retard.
Yes, good point. He didn't have to say anything.
The corporate diversity efforts are really just a way for legal to check off a box, protecting the company from lawsuits.
Stefan Molyneux hsa some interesting points, but he'll make a 2 hour video when the whole thing could be summarized in 5 minutes.
August 9th, 2017 9:58pm