In the ten (10) page so-called ‘Google “anti-diversity” Manifesto’ penned and shared as an internal memo by a senior engineer at Google, James Damour, officially titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber- How bias clouds our thinking about diversity and inclusion”.
James lists several discriminatory practices he says Google is guilty of. Such as:
- Programs, mentoring, and classes only for people with a certain gender or race
- A high priority queue and special treatment for “diversity” candidates
- Hiring practices which can effectively lower the bar for “diversity” candidates by decreasing the false negative rate and “restricting programs and classes to certain genders or races”, calling it “unfair and divisive”.
James also urged Google to reconsider making unconscious bias training mandatory for promo committee. Saying, “We haven’t been able to measure any effect of our Unconscious Bias training and it has the potential for overcorrecting or backlash, especially if made mandatory.” going on to say, “Spend more time on the many other types of biases besides stereotypes.”
After stating that he believes Google has an intolerance for ideas and evidence that don’t fit a certain ideology. He then explains why it feels like conservatives are alienated from the conversation, “In highly progressive environments, conservatives are a minority that feel like they need to stay in the closet to avoid open hostility.”
If you actually look into how “diverse” Google’s leadership truly is, it’s not hard to see why James thought this… Place their names in a bag and pick one at random, anyone you choose would be a liberal far left activist. Such as:
Sundar Pichai, a CEO at Google, Democrat donor.
Chad Hurley, YouTube co-founder, and advisor, Democrat donor.
Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube, Democrat donor and promotes The Young Turks.
John Giannandrea, a senior VP for search at Google, Democrat donor.
David Drummond, senior VP at Google for corporate development, Democrat donor.
Sridhar Ramaswamy, senior VP for ads and commerce at Google, Kamala Harris supporter and Hillary Clinton donor.
John Doerr, Google board member, Democrat support PAC donor and held a Democratic fundraiser.
Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, president of Google’s parent company, Democrat donor. Gave $800,000 to a PAC which offered free rides to polling stations just prior to the election.
Omid Kordestani, the former senior VP at Google and now executive chairman at Twitter, Democrat donor and noted Trump hater on Twitter. (That’s right, chairman at Twitter using Twitter to lambaste the president. Because that’s not a conflict of interest…)
Danielle Brown, Google head of diversity and worked directly for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
I’m not saying that they are wrong for having these opinions. I’m just pointing out the varied views of those running Google and YouTube. If you don’t believe me, you can always Google it.