DEI EXPOSED! IBM CEO Threatens to Fire People for Not Hiring Enough Hispanics and Blacks

We all know that the left hides behind the term “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” to openly discriminate against Whites, but the CEO of a major corporation in IBM just got caught threatening to FIRE employees if they DID NOT discriminate against Whites while hiring people.

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna was caught on video explaining to employees that they would be “fired, demoted, or stripped of bonuses,” if they didn’t hire enough Blacks and Hispanics to comply with the company’s DEI agenda.

“So we take underrepresented and gender. You got to move both forward by a percentage, that leads to a plus on your bonus,” Krishna said about hiring Hispanics, “and by the way if you lose, you lose part of your bonus.”

 

Krishna goes on to openly admit that they’re not interested in hiring Asians because they’re not an “underrepresented minority in tech in America.”

However when it comes to Black hires, he’s very clear that he wants them given preferential treatment.

“I’m not going to finesse this, for blacks we should try to get towards 13 percent,” Krishna said.

Ironically enough, this is the very same IBM who decided to boycott X (formerly Twitter) by pulling ads from the site while claiming it was “racist.”

“IBM has zero tolerance for hate speech and discrimination and we have immediately suspended all advertising on X while we investigate this entirely unacceptable situation,” the company said in a statement at the time.

But apparently, these people LOVE racism as long as it’s against the individuals who they deem to be less important!

Watch the video here to see how RACIST these leftists really are!


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