Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Tech companies are anti-white

Apple, Google, and Facebook are firmly invested in anti-white and anti-Christian politics, and here is the latest proof;
It’s probably a good thing that Google got rid of its longtime slogan, “Don’t be evil,” because the company’s been working around the clock on that front for years. Case in point: earlier this week, following NASA’s successful mission to send the Juno spacecraft to Jupiter, Google released a “celebratory” sketch that whitewashed (blackwashed) the ethnicity of the Juno mission team members:
In fairness to Google, its explanation is that it used to credit great discoveries, inventions, and scientific advances based on encyclopedic listings of great accomplishments. Then social justice warriors complained that all the great work was credited to white men.

To make the SJWs feel better, Google now tries to avoid crediting white men, even if it means lying about who was on the Juno space mission.
Nowhere in any of the articles is there any suggestion that the users themselves control their own web pages. The Leftists just assume that FB (and Apple and Google) are tools for elite control of the masses.

If the leftist elites see BLM riots as encouraging a race war that will elect Hillary Clinton, then they will adjust their rules to show inflammatory videos.

NY Times has a rave review of the female Ghostbusters remake:
Sliding into theaters on a river of slime and an endless supply of good vibes, the new, cheerfully silly “Ghostbusters” is that rarest of big-studio offerings — a movie that is a lot of enjoyable, disposable fun. And enjoy it while you can because this doesn’t happen often, even in summer, which is supposed to be our season of collective moviegoing happiness. The season when everyone jumps onboard (whee!) and agrees that, yes, this great goof is exactly what you were thinking when you wondered why they didn’t make summer movies like they used to. ...

Here, she embodies the new “Ghostbusters” at its best: Girls rule, women are funny, get over it. ...

Part of what makes “Ghostbusters” enjoyable is that it allows women to be as simply and uncomplicatedly funny as men, ...
Not likely. The preview was terrible.

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