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As Netflix is struggling to keep its head above water, the company is attempting a new approach to filling its coffers, by apparently turning its back on radical woke leftist ideologies, warning employees to either like it or lump it when it comes to the content the streaming service produces.

Under ‘Artistic Expression’, Netflix’s updated culture statement says: (RT)