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Racism at Tesla Factory? Say it's not, Joe!

December 1, 2018 of Steve Hanley The New York Times seems to have it for Tesla and Elon Musk. They…

December 1, 2018 of Steve Hanley

The New York Times seems to have it for Tesla and Elon Musk. They are constantly slamming for things that make nary mention something else. Right now, Gray Lady (Journalism Sobriquet for the State Times) presents a story that reveals the ugly truth about the Tesla Factory in Fremont, California. New York Times and Tesla “srcset =” 1638w, https: // c1cleantechnicacom-wpengine / files / 201

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According to Times, more than 2 dozen employees and former employees were interviewed, all claiming that they had suffered from rage and confused behavior by colleagues and supervisors. They have brought an action against Tesla for racial discrimination.

Say it’s not – Tesla, the headlight for what the future of manufacturing will be, is embarrassed by the bourgeois behavior that some of its employees are targeting other employees? CleanTechnica is often accused of being a Tesla fanboy page, but excuse us if we take this story-if it’s one-on-the-head.

The story here is not racism at Fremont factory. The story here is that America is a dirty kitty of rashat and prejudice. And the chief jubilee leader is Donald Trump, the man who has saved fear and disgust of dark-haired people all the way to the White House, the man who refers to nations with a majority of black citizens like “shitholands”, the man whose “America First” act is an echo of Similar troops in American history based on white supremacist ideology.

Before complaining about how terrible Tesla is for some of its workers, perhaps the management of The Times should look internally to see if there is any similar behavior within its own line? As the famous aphorism found in Matthew chapter 7, verse 3 says, “Why do you look at sawdust in your brother’s eye and do not pay attention to the plank in your own eye?”

Should we deduce there is no similar behavior at The Times? Or at any other manufacturing plant in America? Or at any of the giant technology companies, like Apple, Google and Facebook? What is the purpose of appointing Tesla for public shaming? Is it because it is such a disturbing influence and has annoyed so many anchored organizations that it needs to be shut down?

For its part, Tesla acknowledges that racist behavior sometimes occurs at its factory. It’s no excuse, but it says that the level of complaints is no more than at any similar company of its size. “Tesla opposes all forms of discrimination, harassment and unfair treatment, and we strive to provide a respectful working environment for all employees and do our best to prevent bad behavior,” the company said in a statement to The Verge ]]. “What matters most at Tesla is our clear opposition to all forms of discrimination, harassment and unfair treatment. When we are informed that someone does not comply with these standards, we immediately address it as it should be expected of a good company.” Those who have looked at some Elon Musk interviews know that the captain is not a fan of discrimination, bullying, or average behavior in general.

This article is by no means an excuse for bad behavior. It is a prosecution of America, which in recent years has been revealed as among the most racist cultures on the planet. Despite all the flourishing protests that it is the “bright city on the hill”, America is a little more than a plantation culture where white people rule the highest and black people expected to know their place. It’s a place where hatred for dark-haired people is as American as apple pie.

Just last week, Mississippi voted a senator to power who spoke publicly to participate in a “public hangout” and the trees in the state-owned house were festooned with noses hanging from their branches. The white supremacist candidate won. That’s what a great deal of America is, and throwing blame on Tesla is nothing but an attempt to cover up the blatant racist nucleus in the heart of America.

The soul of America was best summoned by Lyndon Johnson when he said, “If you can convince the lowest white man he is better than the best-colored man, he will not notice you picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to watch on and he empties his pockets for you. “

Last year, Nina Simone, a black singer, wrote a song about racism in America titled” Mississippi Goddam. ” Things have changed but a little since. Stories about racing in Fremont do nothing to deal with America’s history of rashat. Rather the opposite – they pretend that the problem is in some way restricted to a small part of the population and a company among many.

The story of The New York Times is a cry for which it will be ashamed. The story is not Tesla; it is america New York Times Goddam!

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Steve Hanley Steve writes about the interface between technology and sustainability from his home in Rhode Island and somewhere else Singularity can take him. His mouse is Charles Kuralt – “I see the way forward turns. I wonder what lies around the bend?”

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