In an email to company employees, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked about how his company needs to "take action" in order to fix "injustice in the world." He brought up the "racism, bias and violence" that he believes is experienced by the "Black and African American community," adding that "it is time for us to act in all arenas."
This email, which is quite long, blathered on and on in typical corporate fashion about how much "deep pain our communities are feeling," how Nadella himself needs to personally "continue my journey of understanding and empathy," and how the Microsoft corporation needs "to look inside" and "examine our organization."
While the Bing search engine in not specifically mentioned in this email, Nadella did mention "technological shifts" that have to happen in order to "bridge the gap between the culture we espouse and our daily lived experience." And he emphasized how "we must do more and do it faster."
As part of Microsoft's plan to empower "everyone on the planet," the company will be using its "platform and resources" to address "systemic inequalities in our communities and in society broadly." This includes utilizing Microsoft "technology," which includes Bing, to create "a more equitable criminal justice system."
Seeing as how Bing has already been exposed for altering its search results at the behest of communist China, it is hardly a stretch to imagine that the same thing is happening in the interest of promoting "equality."
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In addition to also funding a so-called Criminal Justice Reform Initiative, Microsoft has announced that it is donating $1.5 million to six different "community organizing" groups that, upon closer look, all prop black people up while pushing anti-white sentiments.
The Black Lives Matter Foundation, Equal Justice Initiative, Innocence Project, The Leadership Conference, Minnesota Freedom Fund, and NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund will all be recipients of $250,000 each, compliments of Microsoft, along with a company match of all employee contributions.
"Together, through your giving and the company match, we have donated more than $15 million to civil rights, social action, and advocacy nonprofit organizations since 2015," Nadella proudly announced.
As for Bing, this and all other Microsoft products will continue to "reflect the values of our company and be directly informed by the needs of the Black and African American community." In other words, if blacks demand it, Microsoft will do it, even if it means tampering with the content that shows up during search queries.
This is something to keep in mind when picking an internet search engine. Not that Google is any better, but Bing and Microsoft are now openly pandering to pro-black extremist organizations that are demanding all kinds of draconian changes to "level the playing field" and promote "equality," even if it means manipulating search results.
"We have been on a cultural transformation journey and must accelerate our pace of change," Nadella emphasized at the end of his correspondence. "Each of us, starting with me, must look at where we are as individuals, confront our fixed mindset and act."
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