Actually not just honkies either, as we will see.
While my car was in for repairs recently, I needed to use Uber a couple times. They have a cool feature on their app that shows where the car that is coming to pick you up is, in real time. Only this time, the little symbol for the car was a rainbow flag.
You know how it is: you’ve already paid the fare up front, and you need to get somewhere, so you just set your face like a flint and determine to get through the ride and move on. But you’re thinking: Why would this guy risk offending patrons by picking an icon that celebrates sodomy, when that has nothing to do with turning tricks as a cabbie?
The driver turned out to be a Christian Negro that started witnessing to me! After clarifying the situation, I asked him why then he chose the fag flag as his car icon. “What?! What are talking about!” It turned out, he not only didn’t pick it, he didn’t even know that is how his car appears on the app. It was foisted on him by Uber management, not only without his consent, but even without his knowledge.
This is emblematic of what many internet corporations are becoming. Pretending to be champions of the oppressed, they are actually ruthless oppressors.
But in Uber’s case, it is much worse, as they slather that over with a thick varnish of hypocritical virtue signaling. I received an email letter from them, I think last October, signed by Persian CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. It is worth interacting with that letter. I will indent his words, then dialogue with them.
Let me start by saying I wish I never had to send this email.
Oh but you didn’t have to, Dara, you really didn’t.
I wish that the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others weren’t so violently cut short. I wish that institutional racism, and the police violence it gives rise to, didn’t cause their deaths.
This is question begging. Police violence is caused first, because rampant Negro violence can only be met with other violence. But also — and this should worry everyone —, because the Left has militarized the police in preparation for their ultimate lockdown, and to this end hires the IDF to provide training (google to find many more links). Some of our police departments are being trained by Israelis to be as inhuman as Israel herself. That is the real story, but not on Dara’s radar.
Even so, hundreds of Negroes’ lives are cut short at the hands of other Negroes for every one that is gunned down by police. Yet this evidently does not worry Dara.
I wish that all members of our Black community felt safe enough to move around their cities without fear.
Oh but they do, they do. I guess Dara has never ventured into the “bad sections” of an American city yet, probably because he was warned they are “not safe.” As a foreigner, Dara perhaps thought that meant he was not safe from the police. No, Dara: it is code word for too many niggers.
It’s true that not “all members” of the Black community feel safe to move around their cities. This was made clear to me after the Rodney King riots. Several Negresses were interviewed after the National Guard moved in and (no doubt to the news producers’ shock) explained that for the first time ever, they felt safe walking around the hood.
Black people fear being attacked by ghetto niggers even more than White people do.
… As a company, we believe that everyone has the right to move freely, no matter where they live or the color of their skin. We’re proud of how Uber has helped improve transportation equity over the last decade. But the reality remains that Black Americans often don’t feel safe to move freely in many places around our country. And they still face enormous barriers that others do not.
It’s just the opposite. Blacks feel free to go anywhere, but Whites do not. Or more precisely: Blacks feel free to go into any White neighborhood, but Whites (and Blacks) do not feel free to go into any Black neighborhood. Why does Dara lie?
We know there is no easy solution to the problems we have faced for centuries.
Who’s “we” Sucka? Would you please go back home? Maybe you could help rebuild the Persian empire, rather than helping destroy our republic?
We also know that we need to devote our time, energy and resources toward making a difference. That’s why we’re making a number of commitments that we will uphold not just this week, but for years to come:
- We are committed to driving lasting change through criminal justice reform. On Sunday, we announced a $1 million donation to the Equal Justice Initiative and Center for Policing Equity to support their important work in making racial justice in America more than just a promise.
Let’s overlook your rank Sabbath-violation, Dara. If you are exercised about justice and equality, maybe you could pay your drivers a little bit more? Most of the drivers I have had are Negroes, by the way, trying to scrape out some coin. These millions of dollars piled up for you to throw around were earned on their backs. Your well-healed San Francisco staff is luxuriating on their sweat and toil. I think they call this irony?
- We are committed to creating a community that treats everyone equally and with dignity. We do not tolerate discrimination, harassment or racism on our platform, as outlined in our Community Guidelines. We will hold everyone who uses Uber accountable to these standards of basic respect and human decency.
Every one of your drivers groans when a ride pops up in the nigger hood — even the Negro drivers. Especially the Negro drivers. At least with Uber, in contrast to traditional cabs, the fare is pre-paid so it won’t be a ride-and-bail. That’s something. But the fear of being kidnapped, raped, and drowned in a bathtub of lye — or even just shot in the back of the head to grab $20 and a cell phone — is still in the back of their mind. The Negro drivers do not worry when the fare is from the cracker hood.
- I respectfully ask anyone not willing to abide by these rules to delete Uber.
What rules? And how can a honky violate them? You click for a ride, the ride comes, you ride.
- We are committed to supporting the Black community. As a starting point, we will use Uber Eats to promote Black-owned restaurants while making it easier for you to support them, with no delivery fees for the remainder of the year. And in the coming weeks, we will offer discounted rides to Black-owned small businesses, who have been hit hard by COVID-19, to help in their recovery.
Non-negro eateries (not just Honky, but Chinese, Mexican, and Indian eateries) will subsidize Negro eateries. Non-negro businesses (not just Honky, but Chinese, Mexican, and Indian businesses) will subsidize Negro businesses. How do I know this? Because the money has to come from somewhere. I’m quite sure Dara will not be paying this tab from his own personal savings.
- We are committed to making Uber a diverse and inclusive place for people of color to work and thrive. While we have more work to do, we have tied our senior executives’ pay to measurable progress on our diversity goals, and will continue to publish data on our workforce so the public can hold us accountable. We’re also committed to expanding opportunities for drivers and delivery people, including through education opportunities and skills training.
Every working “person of color” reading that bit about “senior executives’ pay” is going to say, “there they go again.” Here is a suggestion for Dara that would actually make working “persons of color” get excited about the honesty and integrity of his concern: let no “senior executive” earn a penny more than the highest-paid driver makes in a year.
“Well, uh, we can’t go that far. Our people spent four years getting a college degree, and another two for the MBA. And it costs a lot to live in San Francisco.” Excuse me, all that is just more White Privilege, right? Now is your chance to cancel all that privilege.
Let us concede that even the drivers probably think management should make more than they do. So make the rule, “no one in corporate will make more than twice the earnings of the highest-paid driver.”
Not enough? How about three-times then?
I’m pretty sure your executives are compensated more on the order of 100 times the best-paid drivers. Not even counting the wear-and-tear on the drivers’ vehicles.
Lastly, let me speak clearly and unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.
Well Dara, your virtue signaling actually shows more sensitivity to Current Politics than to Black Lives.
And, you don’t pay Them very much.
The sub-text of your virtue signaling, and your actual behavior, suggests that Black Lives really don’t matter very much to you.
The Bolsheviks, it turns out, did not picture a future where everyone would take a turn at the assembly line in between meetings to vote on production goals. No, they envisaged a future where they, the Bolsheviks would be in charge, while the peasants and proles would carry on.
Promoting sodomy against the wishes of their own serfs, paying them next to nothing, all while virtue-signaling to the world — I wish I could say that Uber is unique, but we are seeing this kind of behavior all around.