The Inhumanity of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

By the time western civilization came to realize Marxism was a failed experiment, the lives of over 100 million had been lost. It was a war supposedly in favor of the working class against capitalism – a road to hell paved with good intentions.

Today’s postmodernists, or Neo-Marxists, want us to focus on the struggle between the oppressed and the oppressors. Identity is their god. They reject objective reality, biology, and the human condition. They have their own book of “newspeak” called the language of incivility. Mothers should be called “birthing people” for example, because men can get pregnant too.

So, when I diss BLM or DEI, or identity politics in general., you know where I come from.

Further Reading

The Neoracists: https://www.persuasion.community/p/john-mcwhorter-the-neoracists?utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=twitter&fbclid=IwAR2GgJDDhTcDcV-QQOwdqWJQJhBXZa_55WxLBdlfwfaL_hnly2roTPBiF1w

why I’m leaving the cult of wokeness by Africa Brooke: https://ckarchive.com/b/d0ueh0h67mpd

Shorts and flip flops: Tech companies in 2016

Below is an actual email I received from a technical recruiter. I’ve changed the company’s name to “ACME” to protect the innocent:

Subject: Nice profile!

Hi Kevin,

After reading through your profile 3 times, I couldn’t help but reach out.

We’re ACME, a Los Angeles based tech company shaking things up in the Programmatic Advertising space.

We’re growing at 70% annually and have a new role for an Information Security Engineer. You’re probably not actively looking but so are 90% of the people I reach out to. But once they learn more about ACME, they’re very happy I reached out.

We have a pingpong table, pool table, foosball, and the people here are awesome. Dress code: ties and jackets are not allowed, shorts and flip flops are common.

Come see for yourself, you have nothing to lose and so much to gain. Can we talk?

If I was 30, and it was 1999, this job might have sounded interesting to me. But these days the last place I would want to work is a marketing company with a fraternity like atmosphere.