The post seems to be more about the author and how good they are than the core problem they're talking about. When he starts to discuss the core issue, it's vague and I honestly don't know what's going on.
He's accusing Sean Parker of rape. He doesn't mention Parker by name, but other commenters have explained why he's clearly talking about Parker.
The accusation makes no sense: if I'm reading his vague words correctly, he's saying he was a passenger in SP's car when SP picked a girl up from the side of the road and raped her... in the car? While the author just sat there and watched? Why didn't he do anything? Why would SP think he could rape a stranger in front of a witness who knows his name and knows him well enough to be given a ride in his car?
The author then extrapolates from this alleged rape to the claim that Silicon Valley has a systemic problem with rape, without providing any evidence or reasoning why the latter follows from the former. Also, all men are evil - except this author, of course. Thank God he's here, right?
I realise that the nature of the alleged crime means it's hard to provide concrete evidence, but if this guy wants to be taken seriously he needs to drop all this insinuation and give specific accusations that form a coherent story.
Even if he finds some news or actual journalistic organization with some moderate reach that has not been totally compromised, the shadow censorship will totally suppress the story from even getting in front of anyone who is not already aware.
In case the allusion was not sufficient; fact of the matter is that Silicon Valley, although not exclusive by any means, is one of the major epicenters of an emerging neo-aristocracy that becomes ever more drunk on its power, control, and abuses. For its own sake, the exponential network effects of the whole technology sector really needs to be shattered and scattered. We say "diversity is our greatest strength" like a mantra, but we practice centralization of power and control in ever fewer people … a self-important and self-perpetual aristocratic parasitic class.
Maybe the ability to abuse will last centuries, as it lasted up until the American/French Revolution, but maybe it won't and the peasants will come to erase the whole aristocratic layer many of us belong to. I'd rather not find out.
Recent battles between news corps and silicon valley have shown they are on opposite sides if anything. There is no shortage of negative press regarding silicon valley.
Tucker Carlson has said that he had critical evidence of crime that would destroy Hunter Biden, but he doesn’t want to release it because he would be kicking an already fallen man. Even Fox has cooled on the story.
Either the story has legs or it doesn’t. Either you like Tucker Carlson and Rudy Giuliani's take on it or you don’t, as they are among the few to assert access to the evidence in question.
It was always the case that stories filter up to journalists. Social media is just a new way of doing that. We have an idea that journalists waited by the phone for tips and then latched on to one, but that was actually always rare.
The best way for them to boost the signal is to (ugh, I hate saying this) trend on Twitter, and then the journalists will come to you. It's ugly, but it's not all that much different from what new media have always done.
1. Person X offered him 0.1% of Facebook, but later screwed him out of it somehow.
2. Person X pulled up in his car next to an underaged girl riding a bicycle, and had sex with her without a condom (which, because she was underage, would be rape regardless of how willing she was or wasn't).
3. He (Numair Faraz) witnessed the rape, and convinced Person X to give the girl his phone number.
4. The girl later contacted Person X requesting money for medical services at Planned Parenthood (an abortion?), which Person X sent through an intermediary at the same company, who he reimbursed with a paper check.
5. He implies that it happened in a "faraway place", though presumably one in the United States, because Planned Parenthood was available there.
Then in this thread pbiggar says it can be inferred that Person X is Sean Parker.
I wish Numair had written these claims down in a straightforward manner, explaining exactly what happened, as I have attempted to do above, instead of writing in such an oblique and insinuating way. The latter style is becoming too common, and it makes it difficult to distinguish serious claims from vague character attacks.
But Sean Parker was very rich at the time, and given what I know of the lives of the very-rich, especially the newly-very-rich -- say, of rock stars -- then it would not be too surprising. (Not to say anything about Sean Parker specifically; my only knowledge of him comes from The Social Network.)
(Projecting the behavior of rockstar-founders-on-power-highs, onto rank-and-file SV engineers who are nowhere near these kinds of events, is something I would take issue with, but it's a small issue next to the factual claims.)
So: It seems Numair Faraz has just publicly accused Sean Parker of statutory rape 15 years ago. Are there legal next steps?
That's why you don't self-publish this stuff if you're an amateur. It throws under the bus anything worthwhile you might have had to say.
A google search for "i dont think [he] ever really left"  indicates that Peter Thiel was talking about Sean Parker when he said this.
I would be willing to believe that there are endemic problems in this industry. But you're going to have to actually make an accusation, or you're just wasting everyone's time.
Or maybe it really reminds me of WWE. If you want to "catch people in lies", catch people in lies; don't just say that you're going to do it.
I believe this is what you are thinking of: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beck_v._Eiland-Hall
As Wikipedia notes, that actually was based on a joke from Gilbert Gottfried's segment in the Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget, where Gottfried repeatedly said that the rumors Saget had raped and killed a girl were false. That whole segment was quite funny: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2x1bwa
Edit: fixed link to Gottfried's segment.