When Google was launched the company’s unofficial motto was, “Don’t be evil.” The problem with a negative clause is the brain’s filtering system and how it analyses information. For example, you’re driving down the road and suddenly you begin repeating to yourself, “Don’t hit the rock, don’t hit the rock.” In that moment the brain locks on to the main body of the sentence. In other words the brain simply hears, ‘hit the rock’.
Which you do. What you want to focus on is not what you want to avoid but rather where you actually want to go.
For its almost 20 years of existence, every Google employee has been doing their job while assimilating the phrase ‘be evil’ in their subconscious. And they’ve be living down to expectations. The latest whistle blower from the company was raided by the cops in the early hours of the morning. But that’s just a foretaste.
San Francisco police received a call from Google which prompted a “wellness check.” “They got inside the gate, the police, and they started banging on my door… And so the police decided that they were going to call in additional forces. They called in the FBI, they called in the SWAT team. And they called in a bomb squad,” Vorhies told Project Veritas.
They called in the SWAT team and the bomb squad – for a “wellness check.” It’s for your own protection, don’t you know. But wait, there’s more.
“From what I’ve understood from other attorneys, they are trying to establish that I’ve got some sort of mental problem in order to make their case easier. This is a large way in which they intimidate their employees that go rogue on the company,” he explained.
San Francisco police confirmed to Project Veritas that they did receive a “mental health call” and went to Vorhies’ address.
Perform a remote psychological diagnosis and then call in the local cops to do your bidding who obediently comply with no hesitation. Stalin himself would have been proud. All we’re missing is the re-education camp. Except this is a private company, not a government. Who wields the power now?
“This is an act of atonement to make my conscience clear,” he said. “I’ve been living with this burden for 3 years. I saw something dark and nefarious going on with the company. I felt that our entire election system was going to be compromised forever by this company that told the American public that it was not going to do any evil.”
Yeah, about that motto – Google quietly dropped it last year. Superfluous to requirements. I imagine that a full scale internal Night of the Long Knives is presently underway at Google. All bad thinkers must be expunged.
And with that pleasantness out of the way it’s time for this week’s vainglorious edition of your favorite linkage and hawtness compendium. May the hawts be with you.