American corporations are almost fully transformed into centralized political and connected hubs of propaganda, government authority, and power. The most radical political left America has accomplished these power grabs has ever seen. In fact, when reading a recent report by CISCO on their “Social Justice Beliefs and Agenda,” their brave new world solutions sound a lot like something from the Chinese Communist Party.
“Communist philosophy centers around the control of the “means of production” in society. This means of production is the physical and labor capital used to produce the different goods in society. … Because each human is a product of society, anything he or she produces is also a product of society by translation.”
Communism hides in the shadows of "social justice."
— Hotep Jesus (@HotepJesus) March 20, 2021
Compare and contrast to Cisco’s Mission Statement: “At Cisco, our purpose is to power an Inclusive Future for all. When we say all, we mean everyone: all communities of color, races, ethnicities, gender identities, military service, abilities, age, sexual orientations, social classes, faiths, nationalities, relationships, and family statuses.
With our purpose at the heart of everything we do, you can count on Cisco to be bold, brave, and deliberate about our role and the actions we will take to support social justice. Beliefs inspire us; frameworks guide our decisions that result in our actions.”
‘CISCO IS INVOLVED WITH EVERYTHING, AND THEY WANT TO TRANSFORM EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE.” FORMER CISCO ENGINEER.
“Everything was pretty good at Cisco until Chuck Robbins took over, and now it is unbearable, and many people have quit over his demanding politics.” one former engineer from Cisco told me.
Doesn’t that sound happy and perfect? It is almost as happy and perfect as working at CISCO, so let’s look at what is going on with their CEO to make such a happy, happy environment.
Chuck Robbins is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cisco. He assumed the role of CEO on July 26, 2015, and was elected Chairman of the Board on December 11, 2017.
Left leading Forbes says it is the happiest place on Earth:
Today is an incredibly proud day for @Cisco – being named #1 best place to work in the world by Great Places to Work! I am honored to lead this team and proud of all the impact we are having around the world!#WorldsBestWorkplaces https://t.co/Pdqm0VHqNe
— Chuck Robbins (@ChuckRobbins) October 2, 2019
WHERE DO THE POLITICAL DEMANDS COME FROM? FROM THE GOVERNMENT? FROM SOCIAL JUSTICE NON-PROFITS? FROM CEOS?
Yes. Yes. Yes.
Chuck Robbins is the CEO of Cisco. While they brag about the “happiest place on Earth to work,” Several computer engineers contacted me to say that they quit the company due to the deeply divisive and progressive Communist politics of Robbins.
According to his timeline, he is deeply active in far-left Democrat politics, and he proudly and openly posts in support of the furthest left Bills that will transform the culture and society in America:
Thrilled to see the progress we are making with the House passage of the Dream Act. It’s so important that we protect the Dreamers who make valuable contributions to our communities and economy every day. @Cisco #InclusiveFuture https://t.co/ROHWxkiN0U. .
— Chuck Robbins (@ChuckRobbins) March 18, 2021
Of course, he is entitled to his beliefs and post about his beliefs, but in this culture of canceling people for opposing the left, it feels like it is a bit of a veiled threat to believe the opposite of the CEO.
Is Chuck Robbins planning on using his position at Cisco to eradicate American workers from an American company on American soil?
WHAT PROBLEM ARE THEY TRYING TO SOLVE? THE GEORGE FLOYD CASE?
Consider this report from Sept 2020, which spells out a far-left set of beliefs about humanity- and an agenda to create a utopia in America. That is the Cisco plan. One can not disagree with how much care Cisco wants to take of its employees and of humanity in general, but read this report, remember the Communist ideals, and see if you begin to get the creeps :
Commitment to Justice
We believe that social justice is apolitical. It’s our calling to ensure that communities on the margins experience a world that is just, where they are valued, validated, and empowered.
Addressing Insecurity of Being
Cisco has long believed in addressing insecurity across fundamental human needs, rights, and access. We are expanding our commitment and addressing a new area: the insecurity of being. The insecurity of happening when one is a target of hate and violence solely due to their existence in a marginalized group, be it in the physical or virtual world.
Culture of Coalescence
We believe in fostering a culture that is beneficial to all. When we see an opportunity to unite the whole, we will coalesce our people and our resources to take inspired action to drive meaningful change. And, we will encourage our employees, suppliers, communities, and partners to join us in working
alongside diverse communities.
Curiosity, Proximity, and Empathy
We believe in modeling curiosity by continually educating ourselves about all forms of inequality and injustice. Our understanding grows more when we get proximate to the most vulnerable and insecure in our communities. By engaging in proximity, empathy, and ultimately, action can be realized.
The Most Vulnerable
1. Cisco will influence our ecosystem to support policy, legislation
and organizations working to ensure equal rights for AA/Black
people in 2020 and beyond.
• Social justice will only sustain if we place an equal focus on our regional
communities as we have internally at Cisco. We support national
policing reform efforts and encourage Congress to reach a resolution
designed to better protect, respect, and serve AA/Black communities
across the United States.
• Voting rights are at the core of our democracy, and Cisco supports
policies that promote the full, equal, and active participation of all
communities in federal, state, and local elections.
• We will provide employees with up to one business day of paid time off
to vote in major country elections across the world, where applicable.
We will use our influence to encourage other companies in our
ecosystem and communities to do the same.
• We will support the endeavors of policymakers as they pursue
establishing a commission to examine the legacy of slavery and
systemic discrimination in the United States and to propose solutions.
• We will partner with and invest in organizations on the frontlines that
bridge insecurities in the AA/Black community—including being critical
human needs, education, healthcare, and economic empowerment
DOES THIS FEEL LIKE CONTROLLING THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION?
“Communist philosophy centers around the control of the “means of production” in society. This means of production is the physical and labor capital that is used to produce the different goods in society.”
Cisco will require preferred suppliers in 2021 to report annually on the full spectrum diversity of their workforce provided to Cisco, where permissible, and we will recognize and reward those that
excel in increasing diversity.
(Ask yourself what will happen if they can not find a pool of talent in “diverse communities” IN America? Will they push to import foreign “diverse” talent?)
• Our suppliers are an extension of Cisco. We will expand our competitive
sourcing to require 100% of bids include at least one qualified diverse
supplier to double our percentage spend with
diverse suppliers by 2023.
• Cisco will insert core anti-discrimination training into standard training
provided to preferred suppliers that work with Cisco.
• In the US, we will focus on offering AA/Black-owned businesses
access to Cisco mentorship and coaching. Outside the US, we will
focus our diverse supplier program to address the inclusion of
And if these “qualified diverse” suppliers don’t exist, CISCO will fund new business, putting people and businesses out of work.
In other words, “White Americans need not apply”. Welcome to your Marxist-Communist nightmare, comrade.
Check out the full report for more concerning twist and turns from CISCO.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776