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This is well worth the time to watch.

You will be amazed at the Google Leadership Team and Employees reaction to Trump's win.

Google Leaked video

"Sent to Breitbart News by an anonymous source, it features co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai.
It can be watched in full above.
It can and should be watched in full above in order to get the full context of the meeting and the statements made."




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Over 10,000 visa holders?!?!?! Those are good jobs that could be held by US Citizens!
 
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Google sprung a leak. How sweet it is when the shoe is on the other foot. Big Grin
 
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Over 10,000 visa holders?!?!?! Those are good jobs that could be held by US Citizens!


I doubt it. We do not produce enough STEM folks to meet our needs.
 
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Over 10,000 visa holders?!?!?! Those are good jobs that could be held by US Citizens!


I doubt it. We do not produce enough STEM folks to meet our needs.


I think you mean we don't produce enough STEM folks to fill companies at the artificially depressed wages they'd like to pay. If there weren't a ton of H1B visa holders working companies would raise wages to attract employees and more folks would take up STEM.

And yes, that would tend to make things sold by those companies more expensive. The Market would adjust.
 
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haven't goo gled anything in months.
 
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What a pack of un-American pieces of shit. Clearly shows the political leaning of arguably the largest data mining organization on the planet.

What really makes me laugh is that the left claims to embrace morality; moral bankruptcy is their MO.

Such hypocrisy.




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They should collectively google the word “diversity” because clearly they do not understand the meaning of the word. Diversity of thought is non existent in the upper levels of google. It’s nice to know they have a mole.
 
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It must be hard work creating and maintaining a corporate culture so uniform and devoid of any diversity of thought. It's amazing they have any time to write any code.
 
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I watched it last night. Admittedly, had to fast foward thru sections of it. But I have seen enough. If Google's efforts on behalf of Democrats doesn't count as a priceless campaign contribution, then the sky isn't blue. They need to be regulated.
 
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I watched it last night. Admittedly, had to fast foward thru sections of it. But I have seen enough. If Google's efforts on behalf of Democrats doesn't count as a priceless campaign contribution, then the sky isn't blue. They need to be regulated.

Regulated? That's what we need—more big government.



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egulated? That's what we need—more big government.



We already have the big government. What we don't have is equal application of that government.

Republicans seem to get the fine tooth treatment when it comes to campaign contributions. Why shouldn't the leftist get the same?


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The common thread throughout that tearful group hug was that Trump voters are petty, frightened, spiteful, hateful xenophobes.

Never once a mention of what a terrible candidate H. Clinton was, nor any mention of 8 years of Obama's disastrous foreign policy.



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Never once a mention of what a terrible candidate H. Clinton was, nor any mention of 8 years of Obama's disastrous foreign policy.


You honestly didn't expect to see even a hint of that at a liberal pity party did you?


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No, they'd move the jobs to where there were the pool of lower priced skill labor was. It's not like this isn't happening also.

Either the cheaper workers come here and the jobs stay here, or the workers stay where they are and the jobs go to them. If you think the companies are going to pay more than they have to for workers, your wrong.

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Originally posted by Aglifter:
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Originally posted by Skull Leader:
Over 10,000 visa holders?!?!?! Those are good jobs that could be held by US Citizens!


I doubt it. We do not produce enough STEM folks to meet our needs.


I think you mean we don't produce enough STEM folks to fill companies at the artificially depressed wages they'd like to pay. If there weren't a ton of H1B visa holders working companies would raise wages to attract employees and more folks would take up STEM.

And yes, that would tend to make things sold by those companies more expensive. The Market would adjust.
 
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Never once a mention of what a terrible candidate H. Clinton was, nor any mention of 8 years of Obama's disastrous foreign policy.


You honestly didn't expect to see even a hint of that at a liberal pity party did you?
Of course not. But given the demographic of the audience, a good percentage of them had to be Bernie Sanders supporters. They're not stupid so they had to resent the way the primary was rigged against him and the apparatus of the Dem Party bought and paid for by the Clinton machine. To hell with what the voters wanted.

And yet not one voice spoke up. Obviously, they knew what would happen if they did. So much for Google presenting itself as welcoming diversity of thought, inclusion of all points of view, etc. Roll Eyes



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I'm beginning to see how the Borg were created...



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They need to be regulated.

Here's a wild idea: How about the market regulate Google instead of the government?

That's right: Fix the problem by the simple expedient of not using Google products.




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I watched it "just to see" up and to the hug-me-circle-jerk part. Eek
 
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A little insight.

Seems the leftists divide their own by either promoting the idea of "uniqueness" and being "individual", by giving "focus and favor" to "minority status", and that results in people being fearful and isolated, so they "band together" as a collective.

Certainly, we all have heard and know that "divide and concur" is a tactic of obtaining and wielding power, but that one hour is a look behind the curtain of the thought to actually see a part of the machine in motion.

I kept thinking as "Serge" was talking, that he really never said anything of substance, just talked all around issues, without ever showing his hand, as any bluffing card player.

Those "people at the top" would gut everyone in that room, with emotionless face and never bat an eye, to continue their pathetic existence.

And they believe it is their right and duty to control things as the internet. Evil, folks, that's the face of it right there.




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