Some software engineer at Google circulated a 10 page memo calling out this ideological hegemony that prevails at Google, where anyone with a wrongthink opinion is quickly silenced. It's so prevalent that people with right wing, or simply outside the box opinions are afraid to speak out against bad ideas because it goes against the dogma of diversity.
You know, the reason there aren't more women and niggers in STEM fields is because they're full of racist, misogynist, neo-nazis who are gatekeeping, and has nothing to do with differences in biology and psychology.
Gizmado obtained a copy of the memo, but has decided to publish it while omitting graphs and relevant links to sources:https://archive.is/gU3fl
Attached is a copy of Jim's video on the topic:
JewTube link: https://youtu.be/JcTdlCtW2dA
Danielle Brown, Vice President for Diversity, Integrity and Governance at Google, issued a statement that read, in part:>Many of you have read an internal document shared by someone in our engineering organization, expressing views on the natural abilities and characteristics of different genders, as well as whether one can speak freely of these things at Google. And like many of you, I found that it advanced incorrect assumptions about gender. I'm not going to link to it here as it's not a viewpoint that I or this company endorses, promotes or encourages.
Full statement:>Affirming our commitment to diversity and inclusion—and healthy debate>Googlers,>I’m Danielle, Google’s brand new VP of Diversity, Integrity & Governance. I started just a couple of weeks ago, and I had hoped to take another week or so to get the lay of the land before introducing myself to you all. But given the heated debate we’ve seen over the past few days, I feel compelled to say a few words.>Many of you have read an internal document shared by someone in our engineering organization, expressing views on the natural abilities and characteristics of different genders, as well as whether one can speak freely of these things at Google. And like many of you, I found that it advanced incorrect assumptions about gender. I’m not going to link to it here as it’s not a viewpoint that I or this company endorses, promotes or encourages.>Diversity and inclusion are a fundamental part of our values and the culture we continue to cultivate. We are unequivocal in our belief that diversity and inclusion are critical to our success as a company, and we’ll continue to stand for that and be committed to it for the long haul. As Ari Balogh said in his internal G+ post, “Building an open, inclusive environment is core to who we are, and the right thing to do. ‘Nuff said.”>Google has taken a strong stand on this issue, by releasing its demographic data and creating a company wide OKR on diversity and inclusion. Strong stands elicit strong reactions. Changing a culture is hard, and it’s often uncomfortable. But I firmly believe Google is doing the right thing, and that’s why I took this job.>Part of building an open, inclusive environment means fostering a culture in which those with alternative views, including different political views, feel safe sharing their opinions. But that discourse needs to work alongside the principles of equal employment found in our Code of Conduct, policies, and anti-discrimination laws.>I’ve been in the industry for a long time, and I can tell you that I’ve never worked at a company that has so many platforms for employees to express themselves — TGIF, Memegen, internal G+, thousands of discussion groups. I know this conversation doesn’t end with my email today. I look forward to continuing to hear your thoughts as I settle in and meet with Googlers across the company.>Thanks,>DanielleALSO
I can't seem to confirm this bit of information, but supposedly the author of the memo has been identified, doxed, and fired. Someone on twitter mentioned there's a GoFundMe for him, but I'm unaware of any.