Insightful comment at Isegoria re: HR/die-versity

Slovenian Guest says:

By the way, this whole human resources dynamic is reminiscent of the good old times in eastern block countries, where companies were mandated to have political commissars, a political position parallel to the director, staffed by the communist party. Their job was to uphold the socialist spirit, enforce ideological conformity and to make sure nobody in the workforce stepped out of line. Things which “chief diversity officers” or “inclusion directors” now seem to be doing. And instead of quota hires, there were workers who were in the party. Good luck complaining about them slacking off, or outright stealing, to your politkomisar!


Modern universities are an exercise in insanity — Isegoria

Modern universities are an exercise in insanity, T. Greer reminds us — even if we ignore all the other problems and look at just the cost: How can you possibly justify a $200,000+ college expense? How can you justify a $100,000+ college expense? This is not necessary. The average tenure track professor makes $40 an…

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Pride before the fall? — The Irish Savant

If applied wisely power can be sustained for a very long time as the Roman and British Empires testify. But immense power carries within itself the seeds of its own destruction. Power’s seductive siren call invariably leads to the isolation of the powerful who surround themselves with like-minded sycophants and fellow-travellers, in due course losing…

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Terrible advice, freely given, is still terrible advice

Steps to turn your wife from a feminist into a traditional woman

1. Stop being a feminist yourself

It is not only women who are indoctrinated into feminism. Men are as well. For example, some men want women to ask them out on dates or to initiate sex. …

Men aren’t feminists; manginas are. Men don’t mind hot chicks approaching them for sex, but men are in control at all times.

2. Don’t complain—ever

The only woman on earth who felt truly sorry for your woes was your mother. …

True that. Mom loves you with a mother’s love. No woman is gonna come close. Women don’t want to hear complaints, so if something not the way you like it ( say maybe your woman) then fix it or get rid of it.

3. Take the lead

Feminists teach that there must be perfect equality in a marriage. Men and women are supposed to come to an agreement on everything. If they can’t agree, they are to just go about their lives separately. I found in my own marriage that women hate to have an equal say on everything. They want their man to be decisive. That doesn’t mean you don’t take your wife’s input, it is just that you make the final decision. …

Yeah, women want you to decisively do what they want you to do most of the time. Real leading means doing your own thing, she can come along or not. Suit yourself. If she’s really spouting all these equality stuff openly, don’t fucking marry her.

4. Bear the burden

Part of the feminist narrative is that women have the worse end of the stick. Men supposedly have it easy. If you want to reverse this dynamic, you are going to have to lead by example. Outwork your wife and, where possible, make her burden lighter.

FUCK THAT NOISE! She either pitches in to do her share (whatever YOU decide that is) or you throw her over the side. Choreplay? For realz? Looooser.

5. Give your wife children

A man’s natural role is to be a husband and father. A woman’s natural role is to be a wife and mother. Bringing a child into this world radically re-orients our lives in a more traditional direction. By itself, it does not eliminate feminist indoctrination but any woman who is a mother knows that there are things that are more important than becoming the next Facebook executive.

Having children is not possible for everyone, but if you and your wife are able, I recommend it.

Unless you are planning to have children there is NO REASON to marry a woman. Unless maybe she’s very fucking rich and you are gonna be able to bang some bitches and get some shorties on the side.

6. Let your wife be a stay at home mom

It is the man’s job to provide. It is the woman’s job to nurture her family. Of course, this is possible with a woman working 40 hours per week, it makes it more difficult. The woman’s loyalties are divided. She must please her boss in addition to being a wife to her husband and mother to her children.

Unless you find a unicorn that can actually cook and clean, and would be able to home-school your kids in a effective manner this is a pipe dream. Most women can’t “nuture” for shit these days, anyway. She can stay home until they’re old enough for schooling. Your best bet is to get her a work schedule that complements your own. She brings in some income and you get quality, “unsupervised” time with your kids. Take the boys to the gun range or batting cage. You don’t want her to frivorce your ass after her being home/unemployed for the last 10-15 years.


Disney to give bonuses to the H-1B workers they used to replace Americans

Disney said Tuesday that it will pay over 125,000 employees in the U.S. a one-time cash bonus of $1,000, as well as make a new $50 million investment into an education program for employees.

“I am proud we are directing approximately $125 million to our cast members and employees across the country and making higher education more accessible with the launch of this new program,” Disney chief Bob Iger said. “I have always believed that education is the key to opportunity; it opens doors and creates new possibilities. Matched with the $1,000 cash bonus, these initiatives will have both an immediate and long-term positive impact.”

Disney IT workers laid off a year ago this month are now accusing the company and the outsourcing firms it hired of engaging in a “conspiracy to displace U.S. workers.” The allegations are part of two lawsuits filed in federal court in Florida on Monday.

Between 200 and 300 Disney IT workers were laid off in January 2015. Some of the workers had to train their foreign replacements — workers on H-1B visas — as a condition of severance.

The lawsuits represent what may be a new approach in the attack on the use of H-1B workers to replace U.S. workers. They allege violations of the Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), claiming that the nature of the employment of the H-1B workers was misrepresented, and that Disney and the contractors knew the ultimate intent was to replace U.S. workers with lower paid H-1B workers.

The lawsuits cite a form that H-1B employers fill out when placing a visa worker, the Labor Condition Application (LCA).

In the LCA, an employer states the job location, salaries paid to the H-1B workers and also attests that U.S. workers will not be “adversely affected.”

But former Disney IT workers Dena Moore and Leo Perrero, in their respective lawsuits, allege that they were indeed adversely affected. They had to train their foreign replacements brought in by contractors, and then were terminated.

Both lawsuits name Disney as a defendant; additionally, Moore is suing Cognizant and Perrero is suing HCL.


Quote Of The Day — Splendid Isolation

“The only people afraid of being replaced by sex dolls are those who are already replaceable. They should work on themselves instead of whining.” — SGOTI (some guy on the Internet) Behold the Kardashian model: Mind you, if it conforms to the usual Kardashian standard, it’ll be used by Black guys exclusively.

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Yep. If all you are to a man is a collection of holes to stick his cock in, then that’s all you’re worth. If you want to be more, then be more.

No one gets away with anything, ever — Isegoria

Jordan B Peterson is a strange mixture of theologian, psychologist, conservative, liberal, wit and lay preacher, Tim Lott explains, writing in the Guardian: He’s a powerful advocate of the scientific method who is not a materialist. He can go from cuddly to razor sharp in a beat. His primary concern, however, which underpins nearly everything…

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I like many things Peterson has said, but also disliked some as well. To many people, looking for a hero to worship, he fits the bill. I say be your own hero, which ironically, is something I think he’d agree with.