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Google, Smoogle, Doodle
By Andrew Ryan

This seems to be the beginning of “The Swamp” biting back, a metaphor recently used on the pro-freedom site, “The Saker”: Those with all the power are now beginning to censor Alt Right pro-Trump sites, bringing them down, so to speak.

A chilling example is Google essentially blacklisting the entire site, claimed by Mike Adams here: Google removed 140,000 pages, covering articles critical of Big Pharma and corrupt politics. Adams felt that the main reason for the censorship was due to his support of Trump and his review of vaccine safety. Adams was apparently informed by some dark and mysterious figures that unless he engaged in an attack on InfoWars, he would be destroyed, and as he did not, he perceives the present attack as a payback. As well, one of its supporting advertisers has blackballed InfoWars, so it cannot now open a Washington DC bureau to supply real news to the Trump Administration.

Google claimed that the shutdown was due to a “violation of Webmaster guidelines,” which is an elastic enough phrase to mean anything they want it to mean: . The technical violation comes from a third party advertising script that ran on a few articles over three years ago in the subdomain, based on content from outside bloggers. Such blogs occur right across the internet, yet one violating URL leads to 140,000 + pages being censored. However, according to Adams, Google’s own Blogspot network is running the same third party code:

Another interesting post speculates that the censorship of and InfoWars, could be due to their coverage of Pizzagate, and apparently Trump’s administration is investigating it. Adams thinks that the Deep State, all being “pizza” lovers, will respond by assassinating Trump, so that they can go back to munching “pizza” undisturbed, however you conceive “pizza.” He believes that this will be like the assassination of JFK all over again. Only, with “pizza.” Maybe with “cheese” on top. Or, on the bottom. Yes, especially the bottom.

Food for thought indeed – but not “pizza,” I cannot bear to think of the stuff now. I wonder which site will be the next to fall under the pc chopper?

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PRFebruary 28, 2017 9:46 PM UTC

Google has a doodle up today (the 28th) reminding us that it's Abdul Sattar Etti's 89th birthday. I neither knew of nor cared about the man until Google's doodle, and now that I know about him I care even less.

Seriously, the SJW anti-white bias from Google has me looking for other search engines. "DuckDuckGo" will never become a catchphrase like, "Google it!" though. Vox Day is right: we need our own tech.

I was looking up founders of Silicon Valley today. Bill Hewlett was from Michigan. Dave Packard was from Pueblo, CO. Bob Noyce was from middle America. Shockley and Moore were both Californians. Here's a history of the Traitorous Eight:

Now we have habibs, Hindus, and Chinese moving here from overseas to work in tech and immediately complaining about white people. We founded the very industries that give them jobs.
Sam J.February 27, 2017 4:51 PM UTC

I wonder of there's some legal way to crush them. I use duckduck go for search now.

I do use google occasionally to look up papers as they have a better search for science papers but I',m going to try to find a different search for that.