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[–] Fuzzycrumpkin 0 points 82 points (+82|-0) ago 

The views portrayed in his manifesto weren't even extreme, at most they could be considered center or moderate views. He even provided citations and research backing his claims and google did nothing but brush his opinion aside and actually call everything he said outright wrong. It means that google is the very extreme left. They are the very ones that we ridicule on here day after day, and this is to say they are like antifa or BLM far gone. That is not to say that everyone at google is that way, but it is at the very least plaguing a majority of the upper echelon.


[–] Broc_Lia 3 points 19 points (+22|-3) ago 

Just a reminder, the "left vs. right" model of politics has no relevance outside of 18th century france. The leftists have done their best to keep it dominant in people's minds because it means they're 50% of any political debate (even if they're only one of a hundred ideologies) and they can conveniently smear anyone who isn't left enough as being part of some uniform "right wing." It's also a convenient trash can for any leftists who make them look bad.


[–] Sour 2 points 14 points (+16|-2) ago 

Individualism vs collectivism is the real political struggle.


[–] Eualos 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

We know they are, just look at what their search-engine gives you.


[–] TremorAcePV 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

He didn't even share it to the 50,000+ employees.

He shared it to a small group of seemingly like-minded individuals who then shared it on Google's internal social media site, who then shared it with Gizmodo.


[–] onezeno 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

This if proof that Google is fully converged and should be a signal to any would-be competitors that their days of dominance are numbered.