The tech industry, infamous for militantly intolerant moonbattery, is becoming an uninviting place for members of America’s core population. GitHub is pushing the envelope:
Online source code repository and team collaboration service GitHub has been under fire after an anti-white agenda was revealed within the company’s “Social Impact Team.”
According to Tech Insider’s reveal on GitHub’s current situation, CEO Chris Wanstrath is radically changing the company.
Some of the changes involve imposing an unpopular top-down organizational structure. Others involve imposing ideology. In part this is accomplished through GitHub’s Social Impact Team, which is “in charge of figuring out how to use the product to tackle social issues.”
Headed by diversity consultant Nicole Sanchez, the team’s previous achievements include working with the White House to fit “low-income homes” with free Wi-Fi around the country, but the team is now focused on diversifying the company’s workforce.
“Diversifying” means purging of white people.
“It is very hard to even interview people who are ‘white,’” claimed an anonymous GitHub employee speaking to Tech Insider.
“Diversity consultants” like Sanchez are waging a barely acknowledged race war against Caucasians.
In February 2015, Sanchez wrote an article for USA Today entitled “More white women does not equal tech diversity,” and during a diversity training talk Sanchez even stated that technology was “not work for white folks to lead” and that “some of the biggest barriers to progress are white women.”
The problem with white women is that they are white. Utopia won’t have any whites, just nonwhites enjoying the fruits of the society whites created.
The technical director of GitHub’s Social Impact Team Danilo Campos isn’t any better.
“Don’t think we’ll succeed teaching white, male middle managers empathy and compassion anytime soon. So let’s limit their scope of damage,” wrote Campos in one tweet.
But hardly anyone pushes back, because resistance would be racist.
On a tip from Henry.