An insider at Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s biggest advertising and PR companies

By | August 22, 2020
In other messages, employees discussed cutting off clients that don’t meet the demands of far-left politics.

An insider at Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s biggest advertising and PR companies, exclusively shared screenshots from a “diversity” training day in which employees received instructions by proponents of radical politics of race, which included the corporate wokeness indoctrination such as the idea that the slogan “Make America Great Again” is a form of “covert white supremacy.”

During the online day of training, which the insider described as an “insane Maoist jubilee,” employees received instruction on how to favor people in hiring and promotion on the basis of their skin color, that people who don’t feel guilty about racism have “white privilege,” and were advised to direct company money to far-left causes as part of “corporate social responsibility.”

This news comes as American corporations are in the spotlight over intolerance of Trump supporters, anti-white racism, and embrace of far-left politics. Tire manufacturer Goodyear is currently facing a boycott, encouraged by President Trump after news emerged that it bans the “Make America Great Again” and “Blue Lives Matter” slogans while allowing “Black Lives Matter.”

The presentations and discussions among left-wing employees trying to “out-woke” each other, provides a snapshot of the radical far-left racism that is spreading across major corporations, in which employees are taught that not to consider people’s skin color in their day-to-day interactions is a form of “white privilege” or even “white supremacy.”

In other messages, employees discussed cutting off clients that don’t meet the demands of far-left politics.

In one of the presentations, the slogan “Make America Great Again” was described as a form of “covert” and “socially acceptable” white supremacy.

The slogan “there’s only one human race” is also included on the list, as well as “all lives matter”, the notion of colorblindness, denial of white privilege, and calling the police on black people.

The graphic on “covert white supremacy” appears to be a version of the one that was used in U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy’s “operation inclusion tour,” which attracted condemnation from lawmakers and sparked an investigation.

Another presentation instructs employees to read the works of left-wing race radicals, including Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility — which is fast becoming a staple of corporate “diversity” reading lists — and the New York Times‘ 1619 project, which has been widely criticized by historians and helped inspire the vandalizing of a George Washington statue in Portland, Oregon.
In other messages, employees discussed cutting off clients that don’t meet the demands of far-left politics.
Another slide educates employees on “social dominance theory” and the “oppression matrix,” which ranks you based on the color of your skin, your gender, class, sexual orientation, religion, and other categories. Whites, males, and “gender-conforming men and women” are among the groups described as “privileged.”

In another slide, employees are instructed on how to “address white supremacy.” Employees are encouraged not to say “all lives matter,” not to “self-victimize” when “called out,” and to distribute wealth based on skin color alone (“support black voices financially.”)

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