Bari Weiss resigned from New York Times after receiving unfair treatment from her editors and colleagues for being conservative. She left after massive mistreatment, and left with a broad understanding of socialism, cynicism towards foreign policies and regulation hawkishness.
During her time at the New York Times, Bari Weiss went through backstabbing from her colleagues, as other staff openly discussed why she didn’t deserve to work at the New York Times and labeled as a fraud and bigot— to the point that the behavior felt like an attack.
Contrary to popular belief, a growing number of people from the right and left and center considers Bari Weiss friendly. Isn’t that hypocritical? Fighting for Women’s Rights while oppressing, harassing, and even borderline destroying an accomplished, talented and intellectual woman?
Such a toxic work culture should be regulated. This sounds like workplace harassment.
Here’s what Bari Weiss wrote in her resignation letter:
“The lessons that ought to have followed the election — lessons about the importance of understanding other Americans, resisting tribalism, and the centrality of the free exchange of ideas to a democratic society — have not been learned.”
“Instead, a new consensus has emerged in the press, but perhaps especially at this paper: that truth isn’t a process of collective discovery, but an orthodoxy already known to an enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else.”
That’s the reality of things if you don’t play along or shut your mouth, you’ll have people like editor Nikole Hannah-Jones and others to humiliate you publicly, shame you, scrutinize you, and force you to leave the job you love. The trend is that everyone that goes into the New York Times falls into the same pattern, as history repeats itself. As Bari Weiss denounced:
“If a person’s ideology is in keeping with the new orthodoxy, they and their work remain unscrutinized. Everyone else lives in fear of digital Thunderdome.”
Bari Weiss is barely excused from the leftist groups. Even the co-founder of Vox.com, Matthew Yglesias was scrutinized into silence for simply giving a suggestion— how dare he suggest? Doesn’t he know that it’s a mortal sin to suggest— that there’s something profoundly wrong with cancel culture. His co-founder, Ezra Klein, subtweeted Yglesias, even as Yglesias remained quiet.
Even professor Joshua Katz, at Princeton University, composed a letter that denounced his fellow faculty members at Princeton University in engaging in open racial discrimination and favoring minorities. He was quickly labeled a threat to decency, with fellow professor Eddie Glaude complaining, “Professor Katz, at times in this letter, seems to not regard people like me as essential features, or persons, of Princeton.”
The list goes on. And on and on.
The only way to avoid the blacklist is to yield, completely and entirely. Resisting is futile. Any initiative of dissent will be purged and pay the price if we don’t bow before this corrupt extremism.
- Another example is Ben Howe, an anti-Trump Republican. He edited videos, and pro-Joe Biden projects, who also got removed from his post from tweets he made years ago.
- In the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a senior curator of painting and sculpture, Gary Garrels was forcibly removed after suggesting that the museum should acquire pieces from white artists.
Is the present day a time when the truth is tainted with such bias?
Is there a way to measure how a person should have a moral high ground? Do we have to scrutinize Bojack Horseman’s voice actor for not being an actual horse as to how Allison Brie was shamed for not being Asian while voicing an Asian character?
There’s no need for anyone to entrust the direction of which society is going towards the raging pretentious minorities. Do we just sit by and watch as these pseudo woke people define what a “cultural revolution” is?
There’s literally just two options here, either we stand up together to resist this putrid self-righteous purification or hang separately. As Americans, we must fight for our rights and liberty.