So many companies have joined the zombie apocalypse of Wokeness that it would be easier to list the ones that maintain some sanity. As a matter of fact, my friend Diversity Chronicle, sent me such a list.
The latest to make headlines for discriminating against its white employees is Disney. From The Washington Examiner:
The Walt Disney Company’s mission to “entertain, inform, and inspire people” will now include lectures about race and white privilege, according to newly leaked employee training materials.
According to the “Reimagine Tomorrow” materials, described as a “diversity and inclusion program,” the Walt Disney Company is teaching its employees that America was founded on “systemic racism” and encourages a new employee to “take ownership of educating yourself about structural anti-Black racism.”
The new training materials also include concepts such as “white privilege,” “white fragility,” “white saviors,” “microaggressions,” and “antiracism.”
Additionally, the entertainment conglomerate urges its white employees to complete a “white privilege checklist” during their employment.
We can only imagine what form this “urging” takes, and how a refusal to acquiesce might impact one’s career. If you’re white, and you work at Disney, you should identify as “Latino.”
If you looked at the list of good companies, linked to above, you might have noticed that the list isn’t very long. Those companies are (often marginal) exceptions to the rule. We can randomly pick any American company on Wall Street, do a bit of research, and come up with some sort of anti-white behavior or policy most of the time.
This presents a dilemma for white-advocates; if we don’t invest our money, it will wither away due to inflation. If we do invest our money, we’re supporting entities that work toward our demise as a people. My philosophy has been to hold my nose and invest anyway, because a poor activist is not a very effective activist.
But Wall Street has a bad case of Down’s Syndrome; it seems that stocks are always down these days – probably due to Biden’s not-so-brilliant economic policies. Every morning, I arise from a fitful slumber, turn on my computer – and sure enough, stocks are down.
But now there’s hope. We can speculate on cryptocurrencies. I’d like to point out that if everybody stopped investing in the stock market, and put their money in cryptocurrencies instead, we’d all probably perish; at least in theory, the companies whose stocks we trade in actually produce something – even if it’s only entertainment (such as Disney). Most of my stocks are related to manufacturing, mining or other essential services. We need to eat, we need our electronics, our minerals, our clothing etc.
When we “invest” in cryptocurrency, our money isn’t supporting any product, service, or infrastructure. We can look at these currencies as “empty stocks.” But right now, I don’t care; it’s a way to put my money to work without supporting evil corporations – and so far, it’s been working out fairly well.
I’ve found my Spirit-Crypto: Ethereum! I say this because I have the reverse Midas touch. Every stock that I buy immediately gets a case of Down’s Syndrome – but not Ethereum. Of course, it could collapse tomorrow, and I’ll eat my words. So far, however, it’s been good to me, and if you can, you might consider wagering a modest sum in Ethereum. Don’t confuse it with “Ethereum Classic.” They’re not the same thing.
Note: I’m not a financial advisor. Be careful with your money, and never invest more than you can afford to lose.