December 18, 2016
IBM made the concentration camp database systems for the Nazis, making them the most qualified for the Moslem registry. But we can settle for someone else.
If we’re ever going to deport all these Moslems, we’ll need to know who they are and where they live. As such, a registry containing this information would be an excellent step to take.
It seems the regressive dinosaurs at IBM and Microsoft have yet to realize that it’s the current year, and are clinging on to outdated liberal sentimentalism about “muh values.”
Spokespeople from Microsoft and IBM say that their companies would not help create a registry of Muslims in the United States, an idea floated by President-elect Donald Trump.
“We’ve been clear about our values. We oppose discrimination and we wouldn’t do any work to build a registry of Muslim Americans,” spokesman Frank X. Shaw told BuzzFeed on Thursday in response to their questions.
Microsoft spies on everyone equally. How progressive.
IBM also expressly rejected a registry, with a spokesperson telling The Hill on Saturday, “IBM would not work on this hypothetical project.”
“Our company has long-standing values and a strong track record of opposing discrimination against anyone on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation or religion. That perspective has not changed, and never will,” the spokesperson said.
No, but seriously, who do these people think they are? As if we’d need Microsoft or IBM to set up some database. It’s not a particularly complicated problem to solve. There are easily hundreds if not thousands of US companies which could do it.
I mean, some random guy could probably make a halfway decent system from his mom’s basement, just by compiling publicly available information.
At worse, we’ll have to set up some Nazi AI to do the job.
Are these corporations trying to demoralize people by making these statements? Or are their PR departments just filled with virtue signaling cucks?
Either way, it’s not particularly wise to spite the incoming administration of the US government.
I would have loved a IBM punch-card system though. Sigh.