LGBT corporate survey

The LGBT movement has been forced onto the American corporate structure by Barack Hussein Obama.

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The biggest welfare recipient in the history of the world, J.P. Morgan Chase bank. Each year they send out a ‘satisfaction’ survey, asking questions related to management practices and other kindsof information to get feedback from the from their employees which is generally a good thing. Except it is not anonymous, they require your employee ID number on the survey. If they really wanted to know what the employees actually thought about the company they would make it anonymous.

This time and unlike any other survey the last question is suspicious. It is a multiple choice with 5 parts and you can select more than one answer. Are you:

1)      a person with disabilities

2)      a person with children with disabilities

3)      a person with a spouse/domestic partner with disabilities

4)      a member of the LGBT community

5)      an ally of the LGBT community but not personally identifying as LGBT.

The language that is weird is “ally of the LGBT.”   Let’s take it to the logical conclusion, essentially if you’re not an ally of the LGBT community, then you’re not an ally of civil rights. Then if you are not an ally of civil rights, you are a bigot. So if you are an employee with your ID number on this J.P. Morgan Chase survey and you are answering this question- you’re going to be an ally of the LGBT. Even if you have no idea what that means, because to say otherwise is going to impede your ability to advance in that company. That’s how much the LGBT movement has been forced onto the American corporate structure by Barack Hussein Obama.

 

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