Rebels of Google: ‘Senior Leaders Focus on Diversity First and Technology Second’

Over the weekend, Google was rocked by the publication of an internal manifesto that alleged wide-ranging political bias within the company. In exclusive interviews with Breitbart News, more Google employees are now speaking out.

The 10-page manifesto, which was met by an immediate backlash, described a climate of fear at the company, in which employees who challenged prevailing leftist narratives on diversity were faced with immediate threats to their career.

Breitbart News is now exclusively publishing a series of interviews with Google employees who contacted us in the wake of the manifesto’s publication to confirm its allegations.

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  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Has anyone here ever encountered a “Diversity Hire” that was any good at their job?
    I sure haven’t.

    • Exactly. This means that the “Non-diversity Hires” are carrying a greater share of the load. But we’re used to it.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        Yes, and that’s not fair, but there side been exposed now as anti-white male gyro terrorists.
        I think this could be like the ideological fall of the Soviet Union.
        This really does remove the last fig leaf.
        They are not naive, they are throughly evil and need to be ground into the dirt.

        • Bla Bla

          It will take a bit of time, but they will inevitably collapse like the soviet union if they continue to choose diversity over innovation.

    • Diversity is our strength!

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        Then why are we not the Charles Atlas of civilizations?
        When will we be strong enough?

    • Exile1981

      I’ve seen diversity hires paired with a non-diverse one to ensure the work got done.

  • vwVwwVwv

    Complaints about Propaganda from all over…

    https://youtu.be/YMtg8SoQrZ8

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    “a climate of fear at the company, in which employees who challenged prevailing leftist narratives on diversity were faced with immediate threats to their career.”

    This certainly isn’t confined to Google. The same is true almost everywhere.