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Google ‘infiltrated by religious cult,’ ex-employee claims in lawsuit

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Google has been accused of employing numerous people belonging to an unusual religious group in California.

The Fellowship of Friends is a gaggle that believes most of us reside in a state of “waking sleep.”

In accordance with the Latest York Times, the Fellowship of Friends is a “cult-like religious sect” that’s infiltrated Google.

The group has reportedly gained a robust position on the tech giant and has began to hire more members of the “cult-like sect.”

The Latest York Times says the takeover has been happening for years.

A former worker is now said to be suing over the situation.

Former Google worker Kevin Lloyd told the Times: “When you turn into aware of this, you turn into responsible.”

That’s why Lloyd is bringing a legal case against Google.

He’s using a lawyer who won $6.5 million for a client who claimed she hadn’t been promoted because she wasn’t a member of the Fellowship of Friends.

It’s unclear what number of Google employees are literally members of the Fellowship.

The Fellowship of Friends ran the Renaissance Vineyard and Winery from 1982 to 2015.Getty

The group can be referred to as Living Presence and the Fourth Way School.

It has faced multiple damning accusations prior to now and the brand new lawsuit accuses it of getting a history of sex trafficking.

The Fellowship was founded by Robert Earl Burton in 1970.

He predicted that civilization is doomed and his group goals to form a latest civilization after the one we all know now could be over.

We reached out to Google for comment and a spokesperson told us: “We now have long-standing worker and supplier policies in place to stop discrimination and conflicts of interest, and we take those seriously.

“It’s against the law to ask for the religious affiliations of those that work for us or for our suppliers, but we’ll after all thoroughly look into these allegations for any irregularities or improper contracting practices.

“If we discover evidence of policy violations, we’ll take motion.

“We investigated the concerns Mr. Lloyd raised in his lawsuit, and confirmed that his vendor task ended as a result of well-documented performance issues.”

This story originally appeared on the Sun and has been reproduced here with permission.

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