In a letter signed by two thousand employees, someone questioned the autobiography of Antonio García Martínez, which described Silicon Valley women as “lazy and weak, spoiled and naive.”
Mexico City (APRO). ?? After disseminating the petition signed by 2,000 employees, the petition was sent to The Verge website on April 12, where they asked Apple about the hiring of Antonio García Martínez (Antonio García Martínez) The thing, the author of Antonio García Martínez, “The Monkey in Chaos: Obscene Wealth and Random Failure in Silicon Valley.” Harper Collins (HarperCollins, 2016) is an autobiographical book that expresses his sexist, feminist and racist views, and the company reports that he no longer works in the company.
According to his LinkedIn profile, the former Facebook product manager has been working as a product engineer in the advertising platform business of the App Store and Apple News since April.
On Wednesday, May 12, these 2,000 dissatisfied employees signed an internal petition and sent it to Apple’s leaders, expressing their feelings for the arrival of the former product manager of Facebook (2011-2013) to Apple and for Apple An open letter from the senior vice president of software and software expresses concern. Internet service, Eddy Cue, they expressed concern and frustration about hiring.
On the evening of May 12, Apple did not provide more detailed information, but confirmed to the Axios website that García-Martínez was no longer working in the company.
Later, he did not provide any details, but issued a statement explaining his decision:
?? At Apple, we have been committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming workplace where everyone is respected and accepted. A company in Cupertino, California, stated in an announcement that there will be no degrading or discrimination against others.
Employees distributed petitions calling for investigations into new “misogynistic” employees. Antonio García-Martínez??, wrote a user on the social network.
We request an investigation to understand how your opinions about women and people of color are ignored or ignored.
Your hiring caused us to encounter questions in Apple’s inclusion system, including the hiring team, background checks, and our process to ensure that the existing inclusive culture is sufficient to resist people who do not share our values. Indicated.
García Martínez wrote an autobiography about his time on Wall Street, his arrival in Silicon Valley, and his experience in the technical field on Facebook. “To all my enemies”, dedication.
When it was published in 2016, the author described the keynote of the book as “Hunter S. Thomson/The Way of Completely Gonzo”. Influence yourself. She also told Recode reporter Kara Swisher that her book is not beautiful because “Silicon Valley is different.”
However, in the book, she expresses her views on women in the San Francisco Bay Area, calling them “lazy and weak, spoiled and innocent women, even though they boast of being cosmopolitan and nonsense in general? ”
For Apple employees, his autobiography is simply sexism and racism, and they demanded an investigation into his misogynistic behavior.
?? We are deeply concerned about the recent hiring of Antonio García Martinez. Her anti-feminist remarks in her autobiography, such as “Most women in the Bay Area are weak. They have selfish feminism and constantly brag about their independence, but the truth is that with the epidemic or foreign countries Invasion, they will become a kind of useless luggage, you can use them to exchange for a box of ammunition or a barrel of diesel. ??
Workers believe that these comments are directly contrary to Apple’s commitment to inclusiveness and diversity,” they wrote in a petition later published in The Verge.
On Twitter, an employee responded to this sentence and commented: “It’s not even worth saying, I work tirelessly for every achievement I have.”