IBM is in hot water due to its discriminatory hiring practices. No, they’re not discriminating against blacks or Hispanics; they’re taking part in the popular new craze of treating whites and Asians like second-class citizens and denying them basic rights based on the color of their skin. This is the United States, and these actions are supposed to be illegal here. That’s why America First Legal, a group started by Trump loyalist Stephen Miller, is now suing IBM for racially discriminating against white and Asian Americans and for promising to fire, demote, or deny bonuses to corporate executives who fail to meet their illegal race and sex-based hiring quotas. Don’t believe it’s really happening? Well, below is a leaked video of the IBM CEO coercing employees and threatening to cut bonuses unless they engage in discriminatory and illegal hiring practices.
America First Legal took to X, where they shared details about their groundbreaking lawsuit:
We filed a federal civil rights complaint against @IBM for racially discriminating against white and Asian Americans and promising to fire, demote, or deny bonuses to corporate executives who fail to meet their illegal race and sex-based hiring quotas.
Yesterday, @JamesOKeefeIII released a recording of IBM Chief Executive Officer and Board Chairman Arvind Krishna.
In the video, Krishna promises to fire, demote, or deny bonuses to corporate executives who either fail to meet the corporation’s racial, national origin, and sex-based hiring quotas, or who hire too many Asian individuals.
Also, Paul Cormier, the chairman of IBM subsidiary Red Hat, admits that Red Hat terminated employees who failed to meet or comply with the corporation’s unlawful racial, national origin, and sex-based quotas.
he evidence strongly suggests IBM’s management has created a culture of systemic racism.
IBM’s 2022 ESG Report includes information about IBM’s “Annual Incentive Program,” which vows to “continue to include a diversity modifier” to “close the gap in executive representation in these key areas.”
This language is simply code for racial discrimination to reach illegal quotas in the workforce.
IBM does so by providing executives additional compensation if they reach their targets.
The corporation’s 2023 Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement even provides a chart highlighting the “Diversity Modifier” as part of the Annual Incentive Program.
Unsurprisingly, motivating executives through compensation yields results.
IBM also runs a race quota-based “Supplier Diversity program.”
According to CEO Krishna, IBM will have “15% of IBM’s first-tier diversity spending with Black-owned suppliers by 2025.” IBM spent $1.1 billion on its “First-Tier” Supplier Diversity spend in the United States in 2022.
On IBM’s “Be Equal: Black” webpage, their Chair for IBM’s Racial Equity in Design Initiative, Nigel Pretence, states that IBM is “authentic to the very value of equity” and notes the importance of looking at “who we hire, how we hire, how we promote.”
Notably, IBM’s “diversity” webpage excludes a tab for White or male employees.
IBM’s merchandise page further demonstrates the corporation’s obsession with race – bizarrely, it markets a shirt saying “Emb(race).”
AFL also wrote to IBM’s Board of Directors, demanding an end to the corporation’s systemic violations of law to prevent the waste of corporate assets and harm to shareholders.
IBM’s management has chosen to elevate its immoral DEI policies over the law; it is time that they face the consequences.
/1🚨THREAD — We filed a federal civil rights complaint against @IBM for racially discriminating against white and Asian Americans and promising to fire, demote, or deny bonuses to corporate executives who fail to meet their illegal race and sex-based hiring quotas.
— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) December 12, 2023
Read the whole thread here.
This is the only way to combat this tyrannical and prejudiced anti-white and anti-Asian discrimination. Corporations like IBM must be held responsible for their divisive and unlawful actions.
If you’d like to delve deeper into the lawsuit, you can find additional information on America First Legal’s website here.