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What follows is by no means the complete story, but it's a perspective that desperately needs to be told at Google.
Like Molyneaux, Peterson has railed against the politically correct on his You Tube show.A company too far to the right may be slow to react, overly hierarchical, and untrusting of others.In contrast, a company too far to the left will constantly be changing (deprecating much loved services), over diversify its interests (ignoring or being ashamed of its core business), and overly trust its employees and competitors.He said while the right 'often denies evolution and climate change' he said the left 'also has its own thing sits denies, biological differences between people, sex differences.'Damore says the proof that his ideas are supported is in the heaps of positive feedback he's received from the essay.'There may be a lot of negative responses in the public. They just want to virtue signal to all their followers: 'I'm a great person, I share your morals. Damore revealed that he wrote the memo around a month ago and had shared it with 'multiple' Google employees who never had 'this explosive reaction.''All the responses were rational discussion,' he added, saying he had been stunned by the reaction in public to his arguments.we really need some more objective way of looking at these things,' he told Peterson.
In that interview, he revealed that he had been fired by 'my HR representative and my director'. 'This is a massive PR move, it would need approval from higher up.'When Peterson asked him how he was dealing with his firing and he controversy surrounding it, Damore said: 'It's been a stressful week, for sure. It hasn't fully hit me I think.' He added that he hadn't given an interview with any mainstream news outlets because 'they just want to twist whatever I say towards their agenda.'One thing he didn't talk about in either interview was the complaint he filed on Monday against Google with the National Labor Relations Board.In the more than 45-minute interview, Damore revealed that he wrote the controversial memo during a 12-hour flight to China, when he was feeling 'isolated' by the company's 'liberal' culture.In another interview, Damore said his firing 'hasn't fully hit' him yet.He claims that some of the more conservative employees have been thinking about leaving the company because the left-wing bias has been 'getting so bad'.The 28-year-old, who said he 'really like understanding things' believes that science is politically biased and divided.'I really thought it was a problem Google itself had to fix,' he said.