Twitter CEO India visit

Nov 20, 2018 16 Comments

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  • Amazon isartor
    While I agree that he should have been more careful. Comparing it to anti-Semitism is silly. The US equivalent of 'smash brahminical patriarchy' is 'smash white privilege'.
    Nov 20, 2018 1
    • Dexcom xXhT11
      No, the US equivalent of 'smash brahminical patriarchy' is when people rail against "THE JOOOOOOOS"
      Nov 20, 2018
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    • Rockwell Collins bellch6148
      pure for what... blood transplantation or for washing ass :D
      Nov 20, 2018
    • OP
      PayPal you just sound exactly like Hitler. He gave the same argument against Jews while he rose to power.
      Nov 20, 2018
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    • Intel Ynot231
      Payal , I am reporting your comments as hate speech. There is no need for this level of decidedly aggressive comments.
      Nov 20, 2018
  • New Payal
    MSFT@pub

    Wow! Just incredible! So Jack and Twitter should prioritize their agendas based on your whims? Otherwise they got it all wrong.

    Yours is a flawed logic! Did it ever crossed your mind that maybe perhaps your priorities are f’ed up?

    Maybe all the problems that you enumerated above such as illiteracy, health etc are the byproduct of the discriminatory system that has been put in place by the oppressive Brahmanical patriarchy.

    Think!
    Nov 20, 2018 2
    • Microsoft pub
      Your prejudices are taking over your reading, comprehension, and logical reasoning abilities. Respond when you read with calmer mind. Bye!
      Nov 20, 2018
    • New Payal
      Haha looks like truth has set you free!

      Bye bye!
      Nov 20, 2018
  • Microsoft pub
    How do tech CEOs decide on their stance about social problems? I know about Satya's stance on H1 visas, Mark benioff's stance on LGBT etc. Those stances have helped their businesses in talent sourcing, creating a better company image. How do Jack's comments help Twitter? There are much bigger problems in India that Twitter could play a role while Benifiting the company. But why does he choose this issue?
    Nov 20, 2018 5
    • New Payal
      So if Satya speaks about H1B then its a good thing, but if Jack speaks against the thousands of years of discrimination by system imposed by Brahman on millions of dalits in India, then its somehow not helpful?

      WTF is wrong with you Brahmins? Its time to break loose of this tyrannical system imposed by few who profess to carry pure Ayran blood in their veins.
      Nov 20, 2018
    • OP
      Left appeasing attitude!
      Nov 20, 2018
    • Microsoft pub
      Babe, chill out. I'm no where supporting castism. But I'm wondering, as a CEO, why did he choose this particular topic and how is this going to help Twitter. That's all. Care to respond now?
      Nov 20, 2018
    • New Payal
      It shows Twitter cares about uplifting of weak and downtrodden in India. It also shows how much aware Jack is about the discriminatory system in place in India where a Dalit is still killed if he drink water from the same well as Brahmins.

      Its time we change this system and make each human life equally important irrespective of caste, religion and creed.
      Nov 20, 2018
    • Microsoft pub
      That doesn't answer my question. Why don't they care about malnutrition, poverty across castes, illiteracy, bad public health, and rising obesity etc. How does a company CEO choose one topic over others? Please don't tell me it's personal choice. In such a big corporate company, these things are not left to personal choice.
      Nov 20, 2018