The Ideas, They Perpetrate

Ace of Spades is now talking about corporate cancer:

Ethan Van Sciver did a great podcast about what happens when you hire SJW political extremists in your company.

Here are some of the main points, with my own elaborations included.

1. Whatever your company used to be in the business of making, that is no longer your primary business. SJWs don’t care about the widgets you’re making. They take over your company and direct it to produce political extremist propaganda as its main product. Your company will only be permitted to produce widgets to the extent that widget-production helps fund your business’ new primary mission of producing propaganda and repression.

If your widget production interferes with the production of politically extremist propaganda, they will sabotage your widget output.

2. SJWs always seek to either curry favor with the human resources and diversity enforcement departments of a company, or, better yet, infest and take over the these departments of a company.

Companies actually allow this because they put most of their diversity hires into human resources and diversity enforcement, thinking that’s the way to appease SJWs, and that’s where these largely-unskilled, largely mentally-ill incompetents can do the least harm.

That’s 100% wrong.

If they were put in any other department — any department charged with producing things of value– their toxicity and dysfunction would cause the company to fire them for their malignance. They subtract value; they do not add to it.

But these corporations keep assigning them to the very departments were toxicity and dysfunction are rewarded. And this, these toxic, dysfunctional people are allowed to rise and exert authority over the previously healthy and productive parts of the company.

3. SJW “employees” will ultimately invert the boss-employee relationship, making themselves the bosses who tell the on-paper CEO and president what they’ll be doing now. They achieve this through socio-political blackmail and threats to destroy the company through a coordinated reputational damage operation.

We see this all the time. The SJW extremists are increasingly brazen about asserting that they, not the CEO or president or shareholders, run Bartertown.

While the grifter Charlie Kirk is babbling about conservatives protecting “the true, the good, and the beautiful.” Some people tend to bristle at this sort of thing and take offense on my behalf, but that’s just not necessary. It’s always the ideas that matter, not whoever happens to articulated the notion first. In the case of the latter, that’s a twist on the Aristotelian formulation, it’s very far from original to me even if I happen to have introduced you to the rhetoric.

And as I told Neon Revolt, we’ll know that Kirk is just parroting me if he starts telling conservative crowds that we have to “sink the damn ships!”