In response to Kathy Gyngell: The diversity juggernaut, Paulski wrote:

Company A makes widgets. It employs a hundred people and is a successful export business making a very impressive profit.

Company B also makes widgets. It did employ a hundred people but unfortunately it had to comply with enforced targets to employ people who weren’t as productive or as knowledgeable. Unfortunately Company B now only employs 5 people as the better run Company A has taken its business.

Company A is in a country without enforced racial employment rates. Company B is in Britain.

If Company B loses its business to the slicker operations of Company A but with extreme zeal complies with the racial discrimation policies the government advocates, is Company B successful according to the diversity industry? Is that what counts?

Employ someone because they are the best person available to do the job. I can’t believe I need to write that.

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