Canada: Bank Employee Wins Discrimination Suit After Employer Told Him He Couldn’t be Promoted Unless He Turned Gay

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 11, 2019

This is certainly an extreme case.

You hear stories of the gay mafia taking over organizations and refusing to promote non-gays, but outright telling someone they have to have gay sex or they won’t be promoted is, I believe, new.

National Post:

The Canadian Human Rights Commission was ordered to properly assess a discrimination complaint by a former employee of a major bank who claims his boss told him he had “no hope” for promotion unless he joined their “group” of gay and bisexual men.

He was told only males who were gay or bisexual were promoted in the office, he claims.

The commission had improperly dismissed the employee’s discrimination complaint based on sexual orientation, in this case for being straight, the Federal Court of Canada ruled.

A new investigation and reassessment was ordered.

Aaren Jagadeesh worked as a financial services representative for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Toronto. He was repeatedly turned down for promotions.

At a one-on-one meeting with his manager on Sept. 15, 2015, Jagadeesh said he was told that every male manager in the office was gay or bisexual, and, unless he joined this “group” there was “no hope” for him, court heard.

Jagadeesh claims the manager said this was why young male employees with little or no qualifications were promoted; told him to “be smart and learn”; and then allegedly asked Jagadeesh what he thought of him.

Jagadeesh said he replied that he thought of him as just his manager. He claims he told his boss he was willing to work with anyone but he was not gay or bisexual.

The incident negatively impacted his “mental stress and self-dignity,” he said, but it was not his only trouble at work.

He ended up only winning a very small amount of money, however.

Jagadeesh had represented himself and said he spent $438.10 in expenses, while CIBC said it had spent significantly more than $5,000 to defend the case. Apparently then understanding he could claim for his time as well as expenses, he asked for $6,646.57 while CIBC said he should only get $500.

“Self-represented litigants are eligible for a moderate allowance above the costs of their direct disbursements to reflect the time and effort they devoted to preparing and presenting their case,” Fuhrer ruled on Nov. 19.

She ordered CIBC to pay him half of what he asked for: $3,332.30.

That is certainly hardly worth the trouble.

But the fact that the court officially recognized that they were telling this man he had to “be smart and learn” to have gay sex in order to be promoted is pretty incredible.

There is no picture of this guy, but with a name like “Jagadeesh,” one has to assume he is Indian. Probably, the homosexuals who refused to promote him were also Indian. They certainly weren’t Chinese, and it seems unlikely that they would be white.

None of these articles (that I can find) mention the names of any of the managers. They would be in the court documents, if such things are publicly available in Canada. I would be interested to know.

I think we can all agree that the man wouldn’t have won the case if he’d been white.

But let’s just sit for a minute and reflect on the fact that a Canadian “human rights court” just recognized that a man was being bullied by his employer into engaging in gay sex.

Homosexuality is a cult, like Judaism, and they take over institutions and only hire their own. And of course, they work directly with the Jews in this war against Christian White Men.