Radical centrist James Damore wasn’t your average Google employee. He aspired for greatness and prestige (a regular life) among his purple-haired, gender-confused, deranged, social justice warrior, communist co-workers masquerading as productive members of society. James’s probable drive for success was regularly impeded by discriminatory policies and sentiment targeting him based on his ethnicity, gender, and mental stability. He hung in there for a while, keeping his head down and doing his job, but soon enough, it got to be too much. He did something no one in that leftist cesspool of a workplace would ever think to do; something so radical, crazy, and off-the-wall that it got him fired within 48 hours.
James told the truth.
Gathering all the courage he could muster (and taking advantage of a ridiculously long flight time), James typed up an essay/memo that would end up propelling him into the spotlight of the internet, and eventually, the job market. In this document, he detailed the problems he had witnessed with diversity quotas and the anti-white-male agenda within Google’s work environment. He linked study after study, included graphs and statistics, and even offered alternative solutions to the supposed problem of homogeneity in his (now former) Google office. He wrote that he didn’t denounce diversity and that people should be judged as individuals, but the varying degrees of representation of groups within the work environment might not be caused by oppressive discrimination, and that ideological biases made it difficult to talk about this:
“I hope it’s clear that I’m not saying that diversity is bad, that Google or society is 100% fair, that we shouldn’t try to correct for existing biases, or that minorities have the same experience of those in the majority. My larger point is that we have an intolerance for ideas and evidence that don’t fit a certain ideology. I’m also not saying that we should restrict people to certain gender roles; I’m advocating for quite the opposite: treat people as individuals, not as just another member of their group (tribalism).”
James’s logical approach to the question of inclusivity and diversity was apparently not appreciated by his superiors, as he was promptly fired once the story of his memo hit the internet news cycle. It takes a certain amount of bravery to criticize the culture of political correctness within the company in which you work, but unfortunately, Google did not see fit to reward that bravery. James strayed from the echo chamber and found himself severely punished for it. Many egalitarians across the internet have also openly condemned the document and committed to virtue-signaling all over social media their disgust of the supposed hateful facts and arguments so well-articulated within.
The evidence supporting this controversial 10-page essay that is drawing the attention and scorn of so many has been backed by at least four scientists and has earned James a personal interview with Stefan Molyneux, who claimed that James had several prospective job offers as a result of his intellectual courage. It seems that although Mr. Damore had to withstand the ire of the feminist SJW hordes and the loss of a promising job, he is far from defeated and will hopefully go on to build himself a fabulous career and trigger all the commie whiners he left behind in the dustbin of degeneracy known as Google.