@obihahn today I had a meeting with one of these co-workers. She is a total maskie when she’s here so I am happy to do the video call with her over Teams. However, since she was home she was wearing a BLM fist t-shirt, which I find extremely offensive. Am I wishing my rights to complain to the HR dept.? My contention is if you wouldn’t wear it to work, you shouldn’t wear it at home during work hours, or at least don’t turn on the video. Am I being a snowflake about this?
So here’s the whole load... my employer has mandated we wear face coverings at work when around others, however they are supposed to be plain, no political statements, scary faces, offensive images, etc. also, there are several people who work from home either until the Wuhan scare is over, or part time due to childcare issues because of the Wuhan scare....
About 75 years ago, Herman Göring, testified at the Court in Nürnberg, was asked:
- How did you get the German people to accept all this?
- ′′ It was very simple, it has nothing to do with Nazism, it has something to do with Humans. You can do it in a Nazi, socialist, communist regime, in a monarchy and even in a democracy. The only thing that needs to be done to enslave people is to scare them. If you manage to find a way to scare people, you can make them do what you want."
Aubrey Huff is a bit of a douche as a person, but I would hope this is true. Nothing is going to change until some of these guys take a stand.
How about that Mr. Fung???!!!
I apologize for nothing!
I call bullcrap!
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