Google Workers Unionize: The Beginning Of The End For The Tech Giant?
A small number of Google (GOOG) workers have formed a union, and it could spell the beginning of the end for the tech behemoth.
The leaders of the union, Parul Koul and Chewy Shaw, said the union will focus on the company prioritizing the public good, returning to its foundational motto of “Don’t be evil.” In the minds of SJWs, not being evil is the same as saying adhere to their leftist agenda.
Among some of the issues the tiny number of workers that have unionized want to tackle, are things like development of AI for the military and providing “logistical and technological support to Customs and Border Protection.”
“We will elect representatives, we will make decisions democratically, we will pay dues, and we will hire skilled organizers to ensure all workers at Google know they can work with us if they actually want to see their company reflect their values.”
A number of times when questioned, the leaders of the union kept referring to the union pressuring the company to reflect workers’ values. The problem of course is with approximately 132,000 employees, there is no such thing as shared values, in the sense it is being communicated.
What this is an attempt to do is scale the union membership across the entirety of the company, and when and if there are enough members, force leadership to bend to their SJW agenda.
If they succeed, Google as we know it is finished, and it’ll rapidly decline in value because of taking focus off of its purpose and transitioning it to the social justice agenda.
While Google has been been in slow decline for some time, this could rapidly accelerate the decline if the socialist union is allowed to embed itself in a large portion of the workers at Google.
This union isn’t what most of us consider a typical union, because they are already among the best compensated workers in America. This is about power and using the corporation to advance its SJW agenda.
How Google management responds if it starts to wield a lot of influence will determine the performance of the company in the years ahead.