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Larry Elder BLM narrative Highlights   Conservative's view

Started 25/1/22 by Myra (MKratz); 1207 views.
Myra (MKratz)

From: Myra (MKratz)


Larry Elder BLM narrative Highlights

PREMIERE: Data scientist DESTROYS the BLM narrative | Larry Elder


Zac Kriegman had the ideal résumé for the professional-managerial class: a bachelor's in economics from Michigan and a J.D. from Harvard and years of experience with high-tech startups, a white-shoe law firm, and an econometrics research consultancy. He then spent six years at Thomson Reuters Corporation, the international media conglomerate, spearheading the company’s efforts on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and advanced software engineering. 

Larry Elder Highlights

By the beginning of 2020, Kriegman had assumed the title of Director of Data Science and was leading a team tasked with implementing deep learning throughout the organization.

But within a few months, this would all collapse. A chain of events—beginning with the death of George Floyd and culminating with a statistical analysis of Black Lives Matter’s claims—would turn the 44-year-old data scientist’s life upside-down. By June 2021, Kriegman would be locked out of Reuters’s servers, denounced by his colleagues, and fired by email. Kriegman had committed an unpardonable offense: he directly criticized the Black Lives Matter movement in the company’s internal communications forum, debunked Reuters’s own biased reporting, and violated a corporate taboo. Driven by what he called a “moral obligation” to speak out, Kriegman refused to celebrate unquestioningly the BLM narrative and his company’s “diversity and inclusion” programming; to the contrary, he argued that Reuters was exhibiting significant left-wing bias in the newsroom and that the ongoing BLM protests, riots, and calls to “defund the police” would wreak havoc on minority communities. Week after week, Kriegman felt increasingly disillusioned by the Thomson Reuters line. Finally, on the first Tuesday in May 2021, he posted a long, data-intensive critique of BLM’s and his company’s hypocrisy. He was sent to Human Resources and Diversity & Inclusion for the chance to reform his thoughts.

Gonghis (GonghisKhan)

From: Gonghis (GonghisKhan)


The ANTiFA fans would not admit anything related to this, and sorry for the few Americans that only figured it out now!


From: AuntBetsie


Panic alarms and its regulations by false organization and bogus narratives makes is all worse for everyone.


From: NewsFrea1


"The No. 1 cause of preventable death for young black men is not auto accidents or accidental drowning, but homicide."

- Larry Elder


From: AuntBetsie


Everything Larry Elder said is true and it has been heard before, but who is listing?

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)


Larry Elder is getting menacing threats for what he is saying, from his own community! 

THIS IS VERY SAD!!  astonished


From: Harold27Z


I watched the clip.  The media uses loaded terms to imply police are on a mission to shoot innocent blacks.

 But most confrontations are among violent black thugs who need to be apprehended.  Police know situations easily escalate with dozens of pro-criminal elements emerging from the woodpile to protect the criminals. 

Media imply the police force is White and never mention the diversity. 

If a cop shoots a black thug, its likely to be a black cop who better understands the need for self-defence vis-a-vis the criminal mentality of the black thug.


From: NewsFrea1


grinning Larry Elder is famously known!

 I'm sure a lot are listening, he has a huge audience!


From: AuntBetsie


Larry Elder is a regular on The Epoch Times

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Myra (MKratz)

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