I was going to write something really depressing but then realized the last thing I wrote was really depressing, and a long time ago. So I realized I don’t have to write something really depressing and I don’t have to wait until I have something worked out to write something.
Tomorrow is “Unite the Right” but the Google memo is the true sign of things to come. It seems James Damore had this planned out beforehand and had some legal advice beforehand and intends to make as much noise as he can. Few people know or care who Richard Spencer is but everybody knows and uses Google so this is impossible to ignore.
The big problem the system has is that it can no longer deliver widespread prosperity. To use Silicon Valley as an example again, it was once just a pleasant suburb with miles of modest, wood frame ranch houses built for high school graduates and their families. The small, worn-out houses now sell for over a million as tear-downs and high school graduates there live in their cars or a two-hour drive away. The stick is still there, but the carrot is long gone.
Damore still had the carrot though. Google is a pretty good job, although getting rich off stock options is probably a thing of the past. But why not just keep your mouth shut and collect the filthy lucre? There’s a strong incentive to do that but even common people have a thing called pride, and pride drives rebellion more than want probably. Google, and Silicon Valley, have been taken over by an unusually vile and disgusting sort of people. Progressive leadership used to be handsome, charismatic white men, but it’s now homosexuals and transexuals, and not cute ones like you see on prime-time TV but physically gross, nasty and aggressive ones typical of reality. Damore would have obeyed a white or Jewish man who was at a minimum physically and socially normal and ideally had a talent for saying ridiculous things in a convincing tone of voice. But Google is run by an Indian guy who is clearly not in charge of his mob of degenerate Red Guards, and so not an inspiring leader.
Side note- Indians can’t be inspiring leaders. India is a huge country that was taken over buy a relatively tiny number of pirates. India and Indians live with this shame forever.
The media kind of has to talk about this, and if men and women are different, then blacks are different, and Mexicans are different, and Asians are different…… CNN takes on Charles Murray…….
This can’t be papered over any more.