Europe Suffocates, Diversity Blooms – ITEL – 6.29.19
A dangerous heat wave rolled up from Africa, and it wasn’t boatloads of unsustainable, nonintegratable “migrants”, it was simply a heat wave where temperatures were souring above 100F degrees throughout much of Western Europe. The temperature was so severe that France had to shut down some 4000 schools, while Germany had to ramp down speeds on the autobahns.
Meanwhile, across the political world, but especially the United Kingdom, where Jews whine, bully, and complain about candidates who do not have first and foremost a Kosher seal of approval, a “nod a wink” that you pose no threats to Jewish tyranny within the United Kingdom and a subtle understanding that the politician will serve Jews and Israeli interests.
Then, turning to the United States, we see that the religion of “diversity” is in a full spring bloom, with the expected loss in quality and professionalism. Of particular interest remains the ongoing troubles with Boeing Commercial Airplane Co. and their best selling aircraft, the 737-Max. We have been putting forward the idea that perhaps the problem at Boeing was an over-reliance on diversity.
Well, following the show, I was pointed to Jim Stone’s site where Jim said,
“Bloomberg has reported that Boeing’s problems were caused by firing white male engineers and replacing them with people work farmed from India. I SAID IT FIRST. And I said it without anyone telling me, it was simply obvious.”
Now I don’t know when Jim began speaking of the diversity angle, but here on Inside the Eye – Live!, the diversity angle has been hinted at since the very beginning of the Ethiopian crash, but I will give Mr. Stone credit for finding the Bloomberg article that pretty much now admits that Boeing is now putting “diversity” ahead of White engineering standards.
Boeing’s 737 Max Software Outsourced to $9-an-Hour Engineers
Here are key quotes from this Bloomberg report
Engineers complain that Boeing is employing programmers for $9 per hour and the software is junk
The Max software — plagued by issues that could keep the planes grounded months longer after U.S. regulators this week revealed a new flaw — was developed at a time Boeing was laying off experienced engineers and pressing suppliers to cut costs.
Increasingly, the iconic American planemaker and its subcontractors have relied on temporary workers making as little as $9 an hour to develop and test software, often from countries lacking a deep background in aerospace — notably India.
Rabin, a former software engineer, recalled one manager saying at an all-hands meeting that Boeing didn’t need senior engineers because its products were mature. “I was shocked that in a room full of a couple hundred mostly senior engineers we were being told that we weren’t needed, ” said Rabin, who was laid off in 2015.
“It was controversial because it was far less efficient than Boeing engineers just writing the code, ” Rabin said. Frequently, he recalled, “it took many rounds going back and forth because the code was not done correctly.”
On the Boeing issue, Jim Stone took it all a further step, claiming that the Ethiopian flight did not fly straight into the ground, but that the plane literally began falling apart shortly after take-off.
Turning to the United States, West Point graduated nearly 1000 people this year, with 34 women from the black community, a record. With some 88 Latinos, 230 some odd women in total, and a whopping 1 Jew, we can see that the US Army is moving in a direction that cannot be viewed as positive in relation to quality and strategic thinking.
Further, with Jews infiltrating our civilian institutions with their trans-gender insanity, and we can all see that the US Army is probably going the of Boeing with their planes and plans falling out of the sky.
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