Stefan Molyneux Interviews Fired Google Manifesto Writer James Damore

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
August 10, 2017

Stefan Molyneux landed an interview with the fired Google manifesto author James Damore. The interview is currently trending on YouTube.

In case you missed this story, Damore authored a manifesto questioning Google’s diversity programs. It was originally meant for internal consumption but the manifesto got leaked online and quickly became a huge news story. The publicity surrounding it prompted Google to fire him alleging that he violated their “Code of Conduct.”

What’s most interesting to note about the interview is the fact that Damore seems like the average type of guy who you’d find in the technology field. He has a low key personality and perceives the world from a highly logical perspective. His political beliefs don’t even appear to be far right or nationalist.

The thing in his manifesto that sparked the most controversy was his statement about males and females being biologically different. This isn’t even an opinion. It is merely a statement of fact that no sane person can argue with.

His manifesto also stated that he thought diversity was a good thing. He just emphasized how diversity of thought is the most important component of diversity.

The main point is that these corporations are not differentiating between someone like Damore and someone who is calling for shower room gas chambers and open race war. They perceive both types of people as being equally evil because both are exposing the many logical fallacies with political correctness and Cultural Marxism.

If Google will fire someone like Damore, they’ll fire anybody. The same mindset at Google is present in companies throughout the Western world. Lots of companies have used Google as an example to model their corporate culture after. This means anyone of you out there could be next.

It’s time for White men to begin rebelling against these evil Jew run companies and their tyranny of political correctness. Let their systems fall apart without us. They need us more than we need them and that fact couldn’t be any more obvious at this point.