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Second Employee Alleges Chase Bank Surveyed Staff's LGBT Loyalty
Big Government ^ | 7/1/2014 | Austin Ruse

Posted on 07/01/2014 4:59:31 PM PDT by markomalley

A second source has confirmed that JP Morgan Chase has asked each of its employees whether they are “an ally of the LGBT community,” which employees have taken as a veiled threat.

Each year JP Morgan Chase sends its employees a survey asking questions related to management and other non-controversial issues. A longtime Chase employee told Professor Robert George of Princeton that the survey this year included the following questions for the first time:

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.

This employee was alarmed to receive the final question. If he answered no, he feared, he would be opened up to criticism that may affect his employment. Only a few months ago Brendan Eich was hounded out of the CEO role at Mozilla for not supporting LGBT marriage.

(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Extended News
KEYWORDS: fdrq; homosexualagenda; lavendermafia; romneyagenda

1 posted on 07/01/2014 4:59:31 PM PDT by markomalley
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To: markomalley

I applied for Legal Aid since I am being sued and have no income. On their application, they asked me if I’m Straight or Gay. I’m like WTF, I’m applying for legal help not some gay porn actor, sheesh.


2 posted on 07/01/2014 5:02:08 PM PDT by Patriot Babe
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To: markomalley

I work for a big bank. Just waiting for this stuff to hit my company.


3 posted on 07/01/2014 5:02:50 PM PDT by HereInTheHeartland (Obama lied; our healthcare died.)
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To: markomalley

Surveys are anonymous, are they not?


4 posted on 07/01/2014 5:04:04 PM PDT by Steely Tom (How do you feel about robbing Peter's robot?)
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To: markomalley

Having put together these types of surveys for companies I understand what they are trying to do.

Many companies base their “corporate donations” on the interests and concerns of their employees.

For example, I had a staff with a couple of folks with Cystic Fibrosis. That came out in our survey about where they would like to see us commit our share of location donations.

I am NOT defending support of the LGBT crap. I think its silly. I am simply trying to explain WHY they are doing this in such a ham fisted manner.


5 posted on 07/01/2014 5:05:55 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (If you want to keep your dignity, you can keep it. Period........ Just kidding, you can't keep it.)
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To: Steely Tom
Surveys are anonymous, are they not?

Read at the link...they are not.

6 posted on 07/01/2014 5:05:58 PM PDT by markomalley (Nothing emboldens the wicked so greatly as the lack of courage on the part of the good -- Leo XIII)
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To: Steely Tom

Not this one. They were required to put down their employee number.


7 posted on 07/01/2014 5:06:46 PM PDT by Cementjungle
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To: Steely Tom
The employee told Professor George he fears for his job:

This survey wasn't anonymous. You had to enter your employee ID.

8 posted on 07/01/2014 5:07:46 PM PDT by nonamer
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To: Patriot Babe
you should put down that you're a transgender....tell them that you FEEL like a transgender....because its all about feelings in determining who you are...

like I FEEL like I'm a minority so I should get all the breaks.

9 posted on 07/01/2014 5:12:51 PM PDT by cherry
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To: Steely Tom

Employer surveys typically claim to be anonymous, but in reality there are enough identifiable markers for them to make a very good guess at who submitted a particular response. They are usually coded by Department and VP/Director/Manager. That narrows them down sometimes to a very narrow group. At my last company, given the department size I worked in and the fact that I was “managing” the group put a bullseye on any responses...I refused to participate.


10 posted on 07/01/2014 5:13:56 PM PDT by The Unknown Republican
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To: Vermont Lt

“Having put together these types of surveys for companies I understand what they are trying to do.

Many companies base their “corporate donations” on the interests and concerns of their employees.

For example, I had a staff with a couple of folks with Cystic Fibrosis. That came out in our survey about where they would like to see us commit our share of location donations.

I am NOT defending support of the LGBT crap. I think its silly. I am simply trying to explain WHY they are doing this in such a ham fisted manner.”

Whether the business wants to support that or not is their business. But they have to know how dangerous such questions can seem. People have lost jobs for not having a politically correct opinion.
We live in an era where there is little tolerance for anyone opposed to this stuff. Quite frankly, we need a don’t ask, don’t tell law regarding social and political views on the job. If I’m not openly discussing my views, they shouldn’t be allowed to ask.

There is too much room for abuse of position over opinions when it comes to a person’s job.


11 posted on 07/01/2014 5:14:07 PM PDT by LevinFan
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To: markomalley
pandering to the filthy disease ridden 1%...
12 posted on 07/01/2014 5:16:31 PM PDT by Chode (Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -vvv- NO Pity for the LAZY - 86-44)
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To: Chode

Yep-all aboard the pervert bus to Hell!


13 posted on 07/01/2014 5:25:27 PM PDT by Aut Pax Aut Bellum (We really elected a guy named Hussain?)
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To: Aut Pax Aut Bellum
or Train...

14 posted on 07/01/2014 5:28:33 PM PDT by Chode (Stand UP and Be Counted, or line up and be numbered - *DTOM* -vvv- NO Pity for the LAZY - 86-44)
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To: markomalley

I’m LGBT if there is money in it for me.


15 posted on 07/01/2014 5:29:18 PM PDT by AppyPappy
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To: markomalley

I would answer “I am a lesbian trapped in a man’s body. I am attracted only to women.”


16 posted on 07/01/2014 5:32:46 PM PDT by forgotten man
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To: AppyPappy
I’m LGBT if there is money in it for me

Hmm, you are huh?

I think 0bamacare covers gender re-assignment surgery, might get you a good 'gubmint job :-)

17 posted on 07/01/2014 5:44:30 PM PDT by PROCON (I WILL NOT SUBMIT TO TYRANNY!)
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To: The Unknown Republican

That’s why I NEVER complete employer surveys.


18 posted on 07/01/2014 5:48:03 PM PDT by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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To: markomalley

Time to cancel Chase accounts and tell them why. The U.S. government and some of corporate America have gone bonkers. The silent majority have to begin making loud noise ourselves making it clear that we won’t put up with this lunacy and we not patronize businesses that choose to use their resources in this way.


19 posted on 07/01/2014 5:49:43 PM PDT by Words Make the Man
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To: markomalley

And people laugh when I say that the Federal Reserve and a fiat currency have a direct and pronounced influence on many societal trends....


20 posted on 07/01/2014 5:50:49 PM PDT by PGR88
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To: AppyPappy
I’m LGBT if there is money in it for me.

I'm BLT.

21 posted on 07/01/2014 6:03:29 PM PDT by Flick Lives ("I can't believe it's not Fascism!")
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To: Vermont Lt
"Many companies base their “corporate donations” on the interests and concerns of their employees."

Well how come they didn't ask if employees were active in Boy Scouts or sympathetic to them?

They ONLY ask about leftist crap, because they only CARE about leftist crap.

22 posted on 07/01/2014 6:09:57 PM PDT by cookcounty (IRS = Internal Revenge Service.)
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To: Flick Lives

“I’m BLT.”

We have Bacon, and we grow our own Lettuce and Tomato! BLT it is! Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm!


23 posted on 07/01/2014 6:15:40 PM PDT by GGpaX4DumpedTea (I am a Tea Party descendant...steeped in the Constitutional Republic given to us by the Founders)
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To: Vermont Lt
Then you should understand that a good survey question allows for all possible answers. There is no choice for "not disabled and not alternate lifestyle," but there isn't one. They are push-polling the answers.

-PJ

24 posted on 07/01/2014 6:18:59 PM PDT by Political Junkie Too (If you are the Posterity of We the People, then you are a Natural Born Citizen.)
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To: Steely Tom
Surveys are anonymous, are they not?

Typically not. Links sent to each participant are usually unique, no two participants get the exact same link. While the big, international bank I work for routinely sends out b.s. surveys not too unlike this one, it is well known (but not acknowledged by our Senior Management) that the links sent to each employee are unique and the survey company can tell the bank how individuals answer the survey (even if our Senior Management won't admit that's true.)

Now, how do I know they can trace back who answered and how? If the survey were truly anonymous everyone would get the same exact link to respond.

Sending unique links to each respondent absolutely identifies who the respondent is and how they answer.

25 posted on 07/01/2014 6:21:12 PM PDT by usconservative (When The Ballot Box No Longer Counts, The Ammunition Box Does. (What's In Your Ammo Box?))
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To: LevinFan

As I said, just explaining.

I have never been a fan of corporate involvement in stuff anyway. I dont think it is effective in terms of good will or marketing.

Just my two cents.


26 posted on 07/01/2014 6:58:42 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (If you want to keep your dignity, you can keep it. Period........ Just kidding, you can't keep it.)
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To: cookcounty

If you work for even a small company, you know who runs Human Resources. Need I say more.


27 posted on 07/01/2014 7:36:00 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (If you want to keep your dignity, you can keep it. Period........ Just kidding, you can't keep it.)
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To: markomalley
Read at the link...they are not.

Well, then the use of the word "survey" is really a euphemism, to put it in the most charitable manner possible.

A better word would be "investigation" or "inquisition."

28 posted on 07/01/2014 9:10:45 PM PDT by Steely Tom (How do you feel about robbing Peter's robot?)
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To: LevinFan

Quite frankly, we need a don’t ask, don’t tell law regarding social and political views on the job. If I’m not openly discussing my views, they shouldn’t be allowed to ask. There is too much room for abuse of position over opinions when it comes to a person’s job.
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100% in agreement! Same applies to questions about religious belief, smoking, alcohol, etc. ...As long as an employee’s opinions or habits outside of work don’t have an effect on their job performance, it should not be the employer’s business to know.


29 posted on 07/02/2014 2:56:49 AM PDT by octex
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To: HereInTheHeartland

“I work for a big bank. Just waiting for this stuff to hit my company.”

The writing was on the wall when lists of supporters for marriage were released to the public; as a result, a few high-profile people lost their jobs and everyone else’s names were recorded on a blacklist...


30 posted on 07/02/2014 2:58:59 AM PDT by kearnyirish2 (Affirmative action is economic warfare against white males (and therefore white families).)
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To: Words Make the Man

“The U.S. government and some of corporate America have gone bonkers. The silent majority have to begin making loud noise ourselves making it clear that we won’t put up with this lunacy and we not patronize businesses that choose to use their resources in this way.”

American businesses aren;t as sensitive to consumer pressure as they had been in the past; they hope to replace each canceled account in the US with ten in Red China and India.

The US government and their corporate bedfellows seem to be takinf their cues from Nazism; the tactics were used eighty years ago, and they are just as effective now as they were then. Germany today has gone overboard to prevent any such intimidation of their citizens/workers; they know where it leads (and view that as a bad thing, while it is a desired goal of our government).


31 posted on 07/02/2014 3:05:41 AM PDT by kearnyirish2 (Affirmative action is economic warfare against white males (and therefore white families).)
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To: PGR88
People have no idea how much influence the drug cartels have.

Banks are laundering BILLIONS, and the SEC turns a blind eye. They have closed door agreements place homosexuals in high level marketing, management positions, to lobby their employees/customers with liberal policies, code pink, charitable contributions to LGBT etc.

Remember PepsiCo gave $500,000 to promote the gay agenda in workplace?

Well banks are easilly extorted by government thugs because they are all guilty. Quid pro quo.

JP Morgan openly launders money in cities such as Caracas, Venezuela. Chavez turned that nation into one of the biggest drug distributors of the world. The people have no toilet paper, but they have plenty of cocaine. JP Morgan Laundering Money in Caracas -Daily Caller 2013

"One thing the American government has not done is to prosecute the largest banks in the world for supporting the drug cartels by washing billions of dollars of their blood stained money. As Narco sphere journalist Bill Conroy has observed banks are ”where the money is” in the global drug war. HSBC, Western Union, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase&Co, Citigroup, Wachovia amongst many others have allegedly failed to comply with American anti-money laundering (AML) laws." Money Laundering and The Drug Trade: The Role of the Banks 2013

32 posted on 07/02/2014 3:26:10 AM PDT by mgist (.)
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To: mgist
http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-federal-reserve-cartel-the-eight-families/25080

Then there is also the fact that elitist freaks with a ton of money, (the real cartel leaders), have a strango obsession with control and "over population". Perhaps it is because they tend to be homosexual and childless. There are exceptions, such as Soros who has children, but gives BILLIONS to homosexual causes arounf the world.

The House of Rockefeller

BIS is the most powerful bank in the world, a global central bank for the Eight Families who control the private central banks of almost all Western and developing nations. The first President of BIS was Rockefeller banker Gates McGarrah- an official at Chase Manhattan and the Federal Reserve. McGarrah was the grandfather of former CIA director Richard Helms. The Rockefellers- like the Morgans- had close ties to London. David Icke writes in Children of the Matrix, that the Rockefellers and Morgans were just “gofers” for the European Rothschilds. [14]

BIS is owned by the Federal Reserve, Bank of England, Bank of Italy, Bank of Canada, Swiss National Bank, Nederlandsche Bank, Bundesbank and Bank of France.

Historian Carroll Quigley wrote in his epic book Tragedy and Hope that BIS was part of a plan, “to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole…to be controlled in a feudalistic fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements.”

The US government had a historical distrust of BIS, lobbying unsuccessfully for its demise at the 1944 post-WWII Bretton Woods Conference. Instead the Eight Families’ power was exacerbated, with the Bretton Woods creation of the IMF and the World Bank. The US Federal Reserve only took shares in BIS in September 1994. [15]

BIS holds at least 10% of monetary reserves for at least 80 of the world’s central banks, the IMF and other multilateral institutions. It serves as financial agent for international agreements, collects information on the global economy and serves as lender of last resort to prevent global financial collapse.

BIS promotes an agenda of monopoly capitalist fascism. It gave a bridge loan to Hungary in the 1990’s to ensure privatization of that country’s economy. It served as conduit for Eight Families funding of Adolf Hitler- led by the Warburg’s J. Henry Schroeder and Mendelsohn Bank of Amsterdam. Many researchers assert that BIS is at the nadir of global drug money laundering. [16]

It is no coincidence that BIS is headquartered in Switzerland, favorite hiding place for the wealth of the global aristocracy and headquarters for the P-2 Italian Freemason’s Alpina Lodge and Nazi International. Other institutions which the Eight Families control include the World Economic Forum, the International Monetary Conference and the World Trade Organization.

Bretton Woods was a boon to the Eight Families. The IMF and World Bank were central to this “new world order”. In 1944 the first World Bank bonds were floated by Morgan Stanley and First Boston. The French Lazard family became more involved in House of Morgan interests. Lazard Freres- France’s biggest investment bank- is owned by the Lazard and David-Weill families- old Genoese banking scions represented by Michelle Davive. A recent Chairman and CEO of Citigroup was Sanford Weill.

33 posted on 07/02/2014 3:42:30 AM PDT by mgist (.)
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