The People Fight Back: Hilarious Street Art Mocking Google's Fascism Appears in California
When James Damore wrote a memo criticizing Google's sexist diversity programs, his fascist colleagues quickly got to work discrediting and slandering him. Damore was fired the next day and the leftist media shamelessly misrepresented his essay as anti-feminist rhetoric.
The left undoubtedly thought Damore would crumble under their targeted attacks, disappear into the ether and become another notch in their belt. They thought wrong.
In multiple interviews this week, Damore has spoken about his experience with conservatives (both in and outside of Google) expressing support and appreciation for the memo. Here's footage from his appearance on the Ben Shapiro Show:
Of course, the story gets better, as guerrilla street artists have taken to Venice and Santa Monica to throw up fake advertisements mocking Google's fascism:
The fake ads, which appear legitimate at first glance, were expertly installed over existing advertisement and other public spaces. Some of the banners were subtle and were cleverly designed to blend in with street signage:
The message behind the street art suggests that Apple, a company whose "Think Different" slogan was discontinued in 2002, values diversity of thought; In contrast, the same would get you fired at Google. The two companies rival each other in the tech market with a combined market capitalization of over $1.3 trillion.
It's unclear whether Google will change its stance on free speech or their staunch approach to dissenting opinions. The search engine giant has become so ingrained in the U.S. market that it'd take one hell of a financial hit to force leftist CEO Sundar Pichai to take note.
Nevertheless, the people are angry and they're gathering the courage to speak out. Massive conservative groups are planning nationwide "March on Google" protests all this month. Of course, leftist news outlets are intentionally mislabeling the protesters as "alt-right" to insinuate all of Damore's supporters are hateful Nazi anti-feminist bigots.
Google’s Mountain View headquarters, along with other U.S. offices of the company, will be the focus of the August 19 protests. Mountain View Police have been notified and are not commenting on security measures. One thing's for sure — they won't be getting any stand down orders anytime soon.
Stay alert. Stay alive.