Author of the famous "diversity" memo, "Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber," James Damore, talks online censorship in the latest PragerU video.
In the video, Damore describes how he experienced firsthand the way in which Google uses its massive influence to harass, intimidate, and even censor people who present views that do not align with their politically correct ideology.
"I used to be a senior software engineer at Google," says Damore. "Until they fired me. For doing something unforgivable. Something so controversial that it was the number one news story for days. My crime: I wrote an internal document that, among other things, suggested that men and women, on average, are different. Like I told you: Unforgivable."
He explains, "The politically progressive viewpoint, which is dominant at Google and in the media, is that all disparities in society are due to injustices. Or, in this case, that the gender gap in tech is solely due to some form of sexism."
"But is this true?" he dares to ask.
Damore points out that Google’s loyalty to the far-left views of gender disparity are actually hurting morale, stifling innovation, and becoming exclusionary. This led him to research these issues and eventually write the memo that included his findings.
"What did I discover?" he says. "That not all of the male-female disparity in tech may be the result of sexism.That at least some of it may be attributed to men and women having different goals for their careers and their lives."
The executives immediately condemned his memo and quickly fired him.
"Will Google force upon its users the same politically correct views that it forces upon its employees?" Damore asks.
Watch the video below:
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