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Sergey Brin Sundar Pichai Respond To Trump’s Immigration Ban

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[Sergey Brin Sundar Pichai Respond To Trump’s Immigration Ban]

[Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer of Google:]
Alright, wow, thank you everyone for showing up today it’s remarkable. Alright, I’ve told I have to be loud. Can you hear me!

[Audience:]
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[Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer of Google:]
First of all it’s remarkable to see uh, you know in the last 24 – 48 hours we’ve all been working very hard to try to do a set of things and every step of the way I felt you know the support of 60,000 people behind me so thank you, thank you so much.

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[Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer of Google:]
This is something – you know there are some values that are really near and dear to your heart, it’s foundational and something that you should never compromise on, the thing that we are debating for the past three days is one of them. It is the code – the founding of this company – the story of this company from Sergey on and many many others. Uh, you know, we share a similar story and we always felts a part of this place, it’s a community and I think we need to stand together. I’ve spoken up strongly, Sergey participated in the protest.

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[Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer of Google:]
I’ll give it to Sergey in a minute. [Laughs]. I do feel like, now I know how who people fill the stage.

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[Sundar Pichai Chief Executive Officer of Google:]
Look I, anyway, I think it’s really – what we spent, you know, I see many leads here from Google here today. We spent 2 hours this morning talking about all of this – you know – there is a lot of work that remains to be done, I think it’s important we stay the course and achieve an outcome and I think to do that, we all need to learn to communicate, to reach out and communicate to people, you know, from across the country, and I think it’s really important and anything like that – we take that extra step to reach out to have a dialogue and that’s what leads to right outcomes too. So I think it’s important we do that uh but mainly today I think it’s about from hearing from other voices we have spoken up but I think it’s great to hear the stories and hopefully there will be more and the fight will continue so …

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
Thank you all very much. First of all I’ve never gotten so many kudos for doing something that was so easy before – I appreciate it – I was just avoiding doing […] I’m just getting […], doing […]. Um… But in all seriousness, it was you know, so many people who were obviously outraged by this order, as am I myself, being an immigrant and a refugee.

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
And …

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
Um… probably worth noting, people are really excited about that point – I came here to the US at the age 6 with my family from the Soviet Union which was at that time – you know – the greatest enemy the US had, maybe it still is in some form. But, uh, you know it was a dire period, of the cold war, some of you probably remember it. It was under the threat of nuclear annihilation. And yet, even then the US had the courage to take me and my family in as refugees.

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
And you know – I’d say the risks of uh…at the time, you know, letting in these foreigners from a land that might spy on you, you know uh… learn the nuclear secrets on the back…and there were many cases of espionage, those risks were far greater than the terrorism risks we face today. And nevertheless, this country was brave and welcoming and yeah… I wouldn’t be where I am today or have any kind of the life that I have today if this was not a brave country that really stood – stood out and spoke for liberty.

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
But to fast forward, yeah… Saturday night at SFO was a really warm wonderful experience to be honest. I mean, I saw so many of you there, I saw so many friends and family there, and uh… all with the same spirit. And uh, yeah, I found that very touching and I’m glad to see the energy here today and around the world to know that people are fighting for what’s right out there.

I think that as we do that, and I’ve spent time talking to Sundar about it and so forth, I think that we need to be smart about it too. And you know, that means bringing in folks who have some different viewpoints and so forth. You know. Maybe it’s somebody who we don’t agree with on climate change. But nevertheless, there are many rational, thoughtful people out there, whom maybe they vote Republican, or Democrat or independent, or whatever, but are outraged by these kinds of actions. and it’s important to be welcoming and reach out to them. and in fact we’ve been working to do exactly that. It’s —

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:]
Um… some of us might even adopt Pence 2017 bumper stickers.

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[Sergey Brin President of Alphabet:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
But I guess my point being as, I think it’s important to not frame this debate as not being liberal versus republican and so forth. It’s a you know – debate about fundamental values , about thoughtful policy-making and many of the other things that I think are — apparently not universally adored — but I think the vast majority of the country and of our legislators and so forth support. And I think it’s important to frame it in that way and to be inclusive in that way. And sometimes it might be really difficult because I know we have many many different values here that might not necessarily universally shared. But I think these are really special times and I think it’s important to form friendships with many different people.

You know, what that, I heard, I heard many really powerful stories here – I don’t want to take up more of your time – but I appreciate everything you guys are doing and I hope this energy carries forward in many different ways, beyond what just our company can do, beyond what just what company can do, but as really a powerful force and really a powerful movement.

Sergey Brin Sundar Pichai Respond To Trump's Immigration Ban

Sergey Brin Sundar Pichai Respond To Trump’s Immigration Ban

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