Google CEO Says 'People Must Feel Free To Express Dissent' After Firing DissenterChris Menahan
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a letter to Google employees Tuesday saying "people must feel free to express dissent" just one day after he fired dissenter James Damore.
This has been a very difficult time. I wanted to provide an update on the memo that was circulated over this past week.Incidentally, a host of women at Google "skipped work" because they were "upset by the leaked memo," NPR reported Monday.
Pichai went on to drop this schizophrenic garbage:
At the same time, there are co-workers who are questioning whether they can safely express their views in the workplace (especially those with a minority viewpoint). They too feel under threat, and that is also not OK. People must feel free to express dissent. So to be clear again, many points raised in the memo—such as the portions criticizing Google’s trainings, questioning the role of ideology in the workplace, and debating whether programs for women and underserved groups are sufficiently open to all—are important topics. The author had a right to express their views on those topics—we encourage an environment in which people can do this and it remains our policy to not take action against anyone for prompting these discussions.Let's run that down again.
He says those with minority viewpoints should feel free to express dissent one day after firing a dissenter, then underscores you're not allowed to express dissent if you're speaking about biological realities like the differences between men and women -- especially women's tendency to be "agreeable" rather than "assertive," be "neurotic," and have a "lower stress tolerance."
So long as you're "debating whether programs for women and underserved groups are sufficiently open to all," you're totally free to say anything you want. If you're advocating for sanity, science and acknowledging biological reality, you're voilating their "code of conduct" and should shut your damn mouth or you're getting fired and blacklisted.
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