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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Google learns the power of suppress

Google began as a search engine that opened your computer to more online pages than ever before. This was the foundation of its online advertising monopoly.

But Red China taught Google that it is not the information that you give the world that is the real power; power lies the information you conceal.

Remember CNN's admission that it served as Saddam Hussein's cheerleader from the end of the Gulf War until his ouster from power in the Iraq War? "The News We Kept to Ourselves."

The press touted its gatekeepers role throughout my 65 years, as if keeping readers uninformed is good for the country.

This continues today. Amber Athey at the Daily Caller reported, "Reuters bragged Friday about its scoop that Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke was once involved in a notorious hacker group, but revealed in the process that one of its reporters willingly sat on the story until after O’Rourke lost his Texas Senate race to incumbent Ted Cruz."

Now Google has joined the act.

Marc Morano at Climate Depot reported, "Google, with the help of Greenpeace, is revising Greenpeace’s history to erase Dr. Patrick Moore from his role in co-founding the environmental group. But Greenpeace’s own website has previously featured Moore as one of its founders."

This is, of course, Stalinistic.

It is also New York Timesic. Washington Postic. And certainly, CNNic.

Welcome to the League of Evil, Google.

23 comments:

  1. The League of Evil (subsidiary of the Legion of Doom) is quite profitable.
    -Mikey NTH

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    1. Stopped using google last year due to their suppression of anything that is opposite of their Lefty-Liberal agenda.

      duckduckgo DOT com works well...

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    2. duckduckgo DOT com search results for the first page or two are remarkably similar to the same Google search. After several pages things look more different, but who actually looks past the first couple of pages?

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  2. We have the absolute very worst Elites in charge of us. Time to water the Tree of Liberty.

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  3. Duckduckgo baby!!!!!


    Who needs a billion pages of 20+ redundant and/or propaganda targeted links?

    Choose your key search words wisely and Duckduckgo gets you the money shot!!!!

    Yeah. Ya do gotta do a wee bit of actual thinking.

    So fucking what.

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    1. correct. I will use as little of the google empire as possible. Especially a phone running their operating system.

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  4. Pdjt should issue a guideline to all cabinet department heads banning the use of Google on executive branch computers.

    DDG or Bing and dragon, brave, Firefox or edge for browsers.

    Doing it to combat censorship would lead to endless panty wadding.

    Do it because Google refuses to work with us military. Say "from now on we will work with companies who work with America "

    Don't even make a big deal about it Just do it, let Google make the fuss.

    Watch hundreds of millions follow his lead.

    John Henry

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  5. Then pdjt should start using Gab along with Twitter

    Maybe post on Gab 2 hours before putting the post on Twitter.

    After a couple months stop posting on Twitter

    John Henry

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  6. I'm not happy today as ZeroHedge has just been banned, apparently by my ISP. At least one other large ISP has also banned ZH. I don't know whether the Australian government has a hand in it, but I wouldn't be surprised.

    This persecution of conservatives is getting annoying.

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    1. An emphatic NO, to internet censorship! Use tails, and Qubes os. Support Sir Tim Berners Lee's Solid program. Use a VPN. The Tor network is your friend. Refuse to be herded into their safe spaces.

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    2. Neither Australia or NZ have anything resembling a Bill of Rights; sadly you don't have any freedom of speech, but have "hate speech laws" instead.

      What is "hate" is of course a matter of opinion, and my opinion never seems to match that of the ruling class. It really irritates me when things that should be public knowledge, and matters that should be publicly discussed, are unilaterally ruled off limits by the authorities.

      To prevent governments and ISPs from monitoring or interfering with what I say or do on the Net, I use a VPN. I've been using Private Internet Access for a number of years; it's easy to use, inexpensive, and gives me access to a lot of content that otherwise would be blocked. I highly recommend it! https://www.privateinternetaccess.com

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  7. Don I would like to know the news stories the MSM suppressed in the 30 years between JFK and Bill Clinton.

    We know the MSM protected Asian and Latin American Communists, but that media also reported on Democratic Party division (1968 and 1980) and corruption scandals such as Bert Lance, Hamilton Jordan, Koreagate, Abscam and the House Banking Scandal in the early 90s.

    Their Lewinsky reporting was pure PR flackery as has been the case for their coverage of the Democratic Party since that time.

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    1. Plenty of false reporting during Vietnam. For example, the Tet offensive was an clear win for us but the media claimed we could not win ??? We'd won! All we needed to do was consolidate the win and mop up.
      The media has been pushing the communist party line for as long as I can remember. As a small child I remember hearing the term clams. Congressional Left, Academia, Media. Every thing a free people should despise.

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    2. Yes we won; Nixon won the war with "Peace" at Paris, 1973. But Dems won at Watergate, and in 1974.
      The new majority Dems decided to lose the Peace in 1975, allowing the cheating N. Viet invaders to take over, without US response. (And S. Viet fighters "consolidating"/ retreating/ running away).
      Wars end when one side stops fighting. The US stopped fighting first.
      Only supporting boot-licking type S. Viet puppet state semi-dictators does not, and did not help.

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  8. It must be all rigged because the results I get from google don't match the reality Fox & Friends tells me every morning.

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    1. It's fun to do exact parallel searches on Goolag and DuckDuckGo on anything the left dislikes. The difference is illuminating.

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    2. Or what your mom tells you, while you're shaving her back, no doubt.

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  9. I'm using Bing more and Goolag much less; will try DuckDuckGo some more.

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  10. Google not that long ago had a mantra of "Do No Harm".

    However, that mantra is the same as "Work sets you free."

    Yes, US liberalism is the same as NAZI Germany.

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  11. "We kept the information from you for your own good."

    Translation:

    "The story did not fit with our preferred narratives, and if we told you everything you would probably get mad and do something stupid like voting for Republicans.

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  12. killed google about 2 years ago. exclusively use duckduckgo

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  13. "But Red China taught Google that it is not the information that you give the world that is the real power; power lies the information you conceal."

    The information isn't just concealed, it's arranged in such a way that you see their preferred links first; often the link you're looking for is on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th page of results which many people never even look at.

    Google's motto, until they dropped it without fanfare, was "Don't Be Evil." Now they are evil, and don't much try to hide it.

    YouTube is another that alters their search results, making it much harder to find honestly reported videos from conservative sources. The videos are still there, just hidden, to limit their access. Recently I heard that they just changed their date search too, to make it more difficult to find recent videos. None of this is by accident, or to "improve" their service; it's blatantly political.

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