Leaked Google Video Shows Collective Ideology Behind Worlds Largest Internet Influence Agent…

Google is the primary hub through which 90% of all internet activity transpires.  Google controls 75% of on-line ad revenue.  Googles algorithms manipulate the way information travels within the internet; and in actuality, Google can stop and shut down information according to their ideological definition & approval therein.

With unlimited influence, and almost unlimited power over what you are able to see and hear on the internet, Google is ominous.   So when see the leadership of Google crying over their inability to influence the 2016 election; and when you hear them say they will double their efforts to make sure it doesn’t happen in 2018; everyone should be alarmed.

Google co-founder Sergey Brin, CEO Sundar Pichai, Senior VP for Global Affairs, Kent Walker, CFO Ruth Porat and Eileen Naughton, VP of People Operations talk about their horror and sadness over the outcome of the 2016 election.  WATCH RECAP:


Below is the full video, which is also hosted on Brietbart.Com


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237 Responses to Leaked Google Video Shows Collective Ideology Behind Worlds Largest Internet Influence Agent…

  1. sundance says:

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  2. fleporeblog says:

    At what point does enough become enough! Our President is the only person that is willing and able to break these Liberal POS apart. I pray that he does or else it will only get worse.

    Liked by 34 people

    • talker2u says:

      And I am with him!

      Liked by 22 people

    • SJM says:

      September 13, 2018

      Trigger warning: An embarrassing fragility on college campuses
      By George F. Will

      The beginning of another academic year brings the certainty of campus episodes illustrating what Daniel Patrick Moynihan, distinguished professor and venerated politician, called “the leakage of reality from American life.” Colleges and universities are increasingly susceptible to intellectual fads and political hysteria, partly because the institutions employ so many people whose talents, such as they are, are extraneous to the institutions’ core mission: scholarship.

      Writing in April in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Lyell Asher, professor of English at Lewis & Clark College, noted that “the kudzu-like growth of the administrative bureaucracy in higher education” is partly a response to two principles widely accepted on campuses: Anything that can be construed as bigotry and hatred should be so construed, and anything construed as such should be considered evidence of an epidemic. Often, Asher noted, a majority of the academic bureaucrats directly involved with students, from dorms to “bias-response teams” to freshman “orientation” (which often means political indoctrination), have graduate degrees not in academic disciplines but from education schools with “two mutually reinforcing characteristics”: ideological orthodoxy and low academic standards for degrees in vaporous subjects such as “educational leadership” or “higher-education management.”

      The problem is not anti-intellectualism but the “un-intellectualism” of a growing cohort of persons who, lacking talents for or training in scholarship, find vocations in micromanaging student behavior to combat imagined threats to “social justice.” Can anyone on a campus say anything sensible about how the adjective modifies the noun? Never mind. As Asher said, groupthink and political intimidation inevitably result from this ever-thickening layer of people with status anxieties because they are parasitic off institutions with scholarly purposes.

      The Manhattan Institute’s Heather Mac Donald says that between the 1997-1998 academic year and the Great Recession year of 2008-2009, while the University of California student population grew 33 percent and tenure-track faculty grew 25 percent, senior administrators grew 125 percent. “The ratio of senior managers to professors climbed from 1 to 2.1 to near-parity of 1 to 1.1,” she wrote.

      In her just-published book “The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture,” Mac Donald writes that many students have become what tort law practitioners call “eggshell plaintiffs,” people who make a cult of fragility — being “triggered” (i.e., traumatized) by this or that idea or speech. Asher correctly noted that the language of triggering “converts students into objects for the sake of rendering their reactions ‘objective,’ and by extension valid: A student’s triggered response is no more to be questioned than an apple’s falling downward or a spark’s flying upward.” So the number of things not to be questioned on campuses multiplies.

      Students encouraged to feel fragile will learn to recoil from “microaggressions” so micro that few can discern them. A University of California guide to microaggressions gave these examples of insensitive speech: “I believe the most qualified person should get the job” and “Everyone can succeed in this society if they work hard enough.” Fragile students are encouraged in “narcissistic victimhood” by administrators whose vocation is to tend to the injured. These administrators are, Mac Donald argues, “determined to preserve in many of their students the thin skin and solipsism of adolescence.”

      Nowadays, radical intellectuals who are eager to be “transgressive” have difficulty finding remaining social rules and boundaries to transgress: When all icons have been smashed, the iconoclast’s lot is not a happy one. Similarly, academic administrators whose mission is the elimination of racism have difficulty finding any in colleges and universities whose student admissions and faculty hiring practices are shaped by the relentless pursuit of diversity.

      Explicit racism having been substantially reduced in American society, a multibillion-dollar industry for consultants (and corporate diversity officers, academic deans, etc.: UCLA’s vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion earns more than $400,000) has developed around testing to detect “implicit bias.” It is assumed to be ubiquitous until proved otherwise, so detecting it is steady work: Undetectable without arcane tests and expensive experts, you never know when it has been expunged, and government supervision of everything must be minute and unending.

      And always there is a trickle of peculiar language. The associate vice chancellor and dean of students at the University of California at Berkeley — where the Division of Equity and Inclusion has a staff of 150 — urges students to “listen with integrity.” If you do not understand the peculiar patois spoken by the academy’s administrators, try listening with more integrity.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      All in good time Flep, all in good time. There has been a game plan set for each and every anti-trump politicians, msm, sjw media and the tech companies that support them. They are worried and scared. Everyone should take a deep breath and remain in cold anger mode. Our time is coning and it will be glorious and satisfying. Trust the plan!

      Liked by 11 people

      • litlbit2 says:

        I was also constantly concerned, but no longer. Our vote turn out must be massive and believe it will. IMHO our biggest and omega powerful supporter continues to use POTUS as our weapon against this evil. I sincerely believe they have no idea what they are up against. Relax, pray the game is well underway and vote. Our and the worlds days are becoming brighter.

        Liked by 10 people

      • Reloader says:

        Wikipedia explains that “coning” is the final state of frustration and cold anger, where a once broad-based and general annoyance has risen to a crescendoed Point of determined backlash focused on a person or group.

        See “pwned.”

        Liked by 2 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Your right and thanks 🙏 for setting me straight!

        Liked by 1 person

    • YvonneMarie says:

      I agree with you fleporeblog.
      The GOPe in MI is doing everything they can to give Democrats a lot of power.
      They have no shame.
      I hope MI voters see through the ruse.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Geoff Goedde says:

      Apparently, Jeff Sessions has invited the AGs from the 50 States to a conference about breaking up Google and Facebook. So Jeff is doing something right. I remember the anti-trust break-ups of IBM and of AT&T; extremely expensive for both. Serves’em right.

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  3. daughnworks247 says:

    Here is what I picked up.
    1. There are over 10K Google employees in the USA who are on VISAs, and Google wants to expand that number.
    2. They talk about ‘fear’ of us, our side, President Trump, a lot. Fear was the overwhelming theme.
    3. They fear LGTBQ people will lose their benefits for their partners or their marriages will be dissolved. Never mind the fact that Candidate Trump was pro-civil union a decade before Obama and 13 yrs before Hillary. MEDIA has convinced them to be afraid.
    4. They have no distinction line between an illegal alien and a legal migrant. Many execs talk about their parents who were immigrants or refugees, which is fine and legal.
    How does that compare with the 100 illegal Bangladeshis who tried to steal their way into the USA in the last 3 weeks? Again, the MEDIA has perpetuated a falsehood, and they believe it

    5. Sergei Brin mistakenly insists people who make over 100K vote for Trump while those who are ‘less rich’/normal/middle class voted for Hillary. That’s simply not true. How can Google get the data so wrong?
    6. The CEO of Google, who is an Indian national, does not seem to like the political system in the USA because we only have two parties.
    He is culturally different and not an American, which is fine for him, but he should not be influencing Americans with his bias.
    7. A female exec cried, on stage, and asked the people in the audience to ‘hug’ each other.
    OMG – what kind of female exec cries during a presentation?
    And asks people to hug each other? SMH.
    8. While talking about fear of regulation in the USA, they stand to defend the hill of encryption, defying government requests.
    Yet, for China, they will create a Google where the government readily censors the people.
    9. I see weakness and fear in the employees. It’s sickening and repulsive to me.
    How can these people lead their way out of a paper bag?

    10. One young man talks about Trump, during the campaign, teasing about the fact that he hoped Trump would hack Hillary’s emails. The employee was PROUD of Google when they took a strong stand against China for a hack against a political enemy and he wondered, what would be the point where the Trump Admin would cross a line and Google would fight back (fighting for privacy).
    Imagine the irony…
    ….. when Apple would not crack the phone of the San Bernadino terrorist but was willing, when asked, to immediately crack the phone of Paul Manafort on behalf of Mueller’s team.
    ….. or when Google decided to create the China censoring platform for social behavior.
    …… or when Google tracked Hispanic voters to sway their opinion, as we know from the recently released email of their “Cultural Director”.
    11. This is nuts. An employee asks about Trump’s proposed corporate tax reduction. Female exec responds “We would like to pay more tax” but “we have to follow the rules” and “you can’t just send in a check”. What the hell? She’s obviously no CPA, and SHE is the CFO of Google.
    Please Google, send in a check. No lie, she was actually criticizing Trump’s corp tax plan, as no economic advisor would approve, and the audience was dumb enough to clap and believe her.

    12. The female exec who is like an HR Director is asked about visas, specifically. She says, “let’s see” and “He (Trump) is a businessman” and laughs, the audience snickers, mocking.
    She continues that it is too soon to ‘panic’, selling more fear. She said Trump has employed people who use visas (the seasonal workers for Mar-A-Lago so common in south Florida) and then, she said Trump has employed undocumented workers —– which is blatantly false.
    13. One exec was talking about trolls from Russia…….. on the Friday after the election.
    14. We have to know what “our” values are, and “we have to try to keep history moving in THE RIGHT (meaning what we believe is correct) direction.
    15. When discussing the possibility of WW3 with President Trump, Sergei again refers to the idea we voted for Trump because we (our side) were bored. Bored. And then, he naturally comes to a conclusion that boredom leads to a rise in communism and fascism.
    16. One white male rises and gives a speech condemning white men and their privilege. He reads his little cue card and everyone claps wildly. He encourages everyone to take a stand at Thanksgiving dinner to ‘see oppression’ and pushes white men/people to take Google training (for white men) and watch a movie called “13” apparently available at the office, illustrating the problems of white men.
    OMG this is disgusting.
    For the first time in my life, I now understand what is meant by the term “sheep”.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Wow. I didn’t seen a leader in there anywhere. I would have been saying okay, now that Donald Trump has been elected, we’re going to need to switch gears. Let’s have some ideas.

      Liked by 9 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      Excellent post. And for the first time, today I’ve been doing my searches on duckduckgo.com.

      All day…..

      What I notice the most is not the tracking ads of my searches. Also, when I plug in a conservative page, what I’m asking for is actually at the top of the page. Instead of buried.
      I feel liberated.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Convert says:

        Same here. Thanks so much for coming us in about that, Treepers!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Reloader says:

        I find it difficult to believe that people who are drawn to –and remain at– the CTH have performed a search of any kind using Google within the last FIVE YEARS. I have used Ask.com almost exclusively for more than a decade, and now use StartPage as well. Sometimes DuckDuckGo. I am certain I have NEVER knowingly used Google for an InterWeb search. In the end, people are responsible for their own actions.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Agreed. It is right down scary that these people are clueless and condescending at same breath. They take our taxcut but hire cheap labor by ten of thousands. Thank God we have PDJT, all these scam in this earth has been exposed.

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    • Minnie says:

      “How can Google get the data so wrong?”

      They are “social engineers” after all, doncha know!

      They engineer their BS narrative and feed it to the clueless sheep who eagerly gobble it up.

      “Deranged” isn’t severe enough of a description for these fools.

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    • Jeanette Peifer says:

      Excellent comment. These people kept talking about how to solve the problems in our country, but I don’t recall electing any of them. I felt sorry for the conservatives who were subjected to this screed. Never, never in my entire career was I ever forced to sit through such a slanted presentation by my employer. I, too, was struck by the foreign speakers who saw no problem with censoring and condemning our freedoms that they have never enjoyed. It was disgusting and proves that Google, et al are very serious problems.

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    • this point of view didn’t start at Google – the indoctrination started at their elite university. they have melded in to the collective. super smart people with terrible people skills are easy to manipulate. and these people are happy to be in group. think religion, only they’d try to boycott you if that’s what you called their fanaticism. and that’s exactly what it is.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Blind no longer says:

      Fantastic post daughn

      Liked by 6 people

    • BetsBets says:

      An entire generation of snowflakes. So scary!

      Liked by 2 people

      • daughnworks247 says:

        I had no idea it was this bad. It’s like something came along and sucked out all the testosterone. Thank you, Sundance, for giving these videos the attention they deserve.

        Liked by 9 people

    • Plain Jane says:

      Exceptional analysis of the defeated clown show, daughternworks. Their display truly made me realize my 4 year old grandchild has better critical thinking skills and discernment than the whole lot of them combined.

      Liked by 4 people

    • mtk says:

      Here is a Pac Ad concept that should be seriously considered.

      A rainbow wash of a TV screen that morphs into a grey motif of uncertanity. While a sound track brings forward the emotional power of who is the target audience(the many voices).

      Then bam in a flash(in big bold MAGA typeface)…
      “What does any of this(idenity) have to do with accepting being lied to?”

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    • Old fogey says:

      Excellent analysis; thank you. As an old fogey my main amazement at this video was the number of non-native-Americans at the top of the ladder at Google, and being surprised that in many instances I had to try extra hard to understand their English. I had not realized how far the native stock of this country had fallen in relation to the newcomers in the tech industries. We hear that low-level tech people are being brought in using specialized visas, but I, for one, had not realized how quickly they have moved up into the top ranks.

      As a woman myself I was not surprised to see the unprofessional behavior of the women on the stage. Women have much to offer in many areas, however, professional behavior under stress is not one of their strong points.

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      • steph_gray says:

        It was one of my strong points.

        Then again I had to put up with this insane leftist stuff for years.

        I assure you I never cried in the office, though.

        Liked by 1 person

        • daughnworks247 says:

          Steph, me too. I’m at my best in the center of a storm when everyone else is melting down. I get low, unemotional, hyper-focused, and calculating. Husband says it’s like I have a third eye. The idea of an exec, a woman, not instilling confidence in subordinates, is a fatal breakdown.


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      17. The audience….I mean…..”employees” were wearing Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum hats.

      Liked by 4 people

  4. Ted Koehl says:

    Indeed we suspected they were all leftists.

    What is even more revealing is the meeting format that tends to silence ANY thought that might be different from those at the top and within the meeting room. Peer pressure will keep everyone silent that might stray from the accepted narrative and since they probably go around the room calling on each person for input, employees are left with a choice of silent acquiescence or outright vocal support.

    Anything else is both corporate and career suicide and that folks is how groupthink is enforced!

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  5. Dan Patterson says:

    Secession or segregation.
    Short of violence what options are there? Certainly NOT convincing radical communists of a more just and free policy (the US Constitution), nor will reason and logic prevail. There is inertia behind the movement to enslave, willingly, you and me and what force will prevent that?

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  6. billrla says:

    They must sell an awful lot of soy products in the company cafeteria.

    Liked by 9 people

  7. Joshua2415 says:

    Time for Jeff Sessions to dust off the old AT&T break-up manual in the DOJ basement. Unless of course the Sergey Brin is Russian, then I guess Rosenstein will have to handle it.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Mr. Morris says:

    Sergei Brin and his family emigrated from Russia to the United States. The stated reason was to protect young Sergei from Russian anti-Semitism. Funny that, since Sergei and his Google-ites are discriminating against Conservatives and anybody who disagrees with their group-think philosophy. Sick and sad.

    Liked by 16 people

  9. ck says:

    This is getting interesting. I wonder what The President and Tim Cook talked about last week or so? Big Tech seem to be making a lot of unforced errors and drawing much antagonistic attention to themselves

    Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      “..and drawing much antagonistic attention to themselves”

      Only from conservatives & fair-minded people.

      Notice they aren’t getting any criticism from the Democrats & eneMedia.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. MarcusZ1967 says:

    Thank you for this recap… one must wonder how much foreign money they get considering this…..


    Section 1. (a) Not later than 45 days after the conclusion of a United States election, the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the heads of any other appropriate executive departments and agencies (agencies), shall conduct an assessment of any information indicating that a foreign government, or any person acting as an agent of or on behalf of a foreign government, has acted with the intent or purpose of interfering in that election. The assessment shall identify, to the maximum extent ascertainable, the nature of any foreign interference and any methods employed to execute it, the persons involved, and the foreign government or governments that authorized, directed, sponsored, or supported it.

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  11. Minnie says:

    “Social Engineers”

    Enough said 😐

    Liked by 5 people

  12. Shark24 says:

    The Google top brass just got caught admitting in a video of their disgust of Trump winning the presidency. Work with brutal Communist Chinese dictators? No problem! “We be fine with them, they are our soul mates!”

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Blind no longer says:

    To the idiot who said we voted for President Trump because we were bored…we voted for Donald Trump because we are awake!! Google should be broken into a million pieces!

    Liked by 13 people

    • BetsBets says:

      Just when I thought the elites couldn’t be any more out of touch with the Deplorables, we get this. I wonder if they ever spoke to a custodian in a Google facility or the cooking staff in the cafeteria. They are afraid to get out of their bubble and interact with real people.

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      • Blind no longer says:

        Absolutely Bets. They think the working man needs to be saved from himself. They are all in their bubble, believing they know who is best to run the country. They don’t believe we are intelligent to make that decision. After all we aren’t intellectual or enlightened enough! These elites are morally and intellectually superior don’t you know?

        Liked by 1 person

    • skeinster says:

      “Arrogant, elitists and clueless is no way to go through life, son.”


  14. AJ says:

    Google is google. Why hasn’t the gop built the wall, or done the skinny repeal of Obamacare, or reformed the government? Why haven’t the fat white guys in the gop (Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, savage, Coulter, etc always) funded the conservative alternative to google?

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  15. Sigh2016 says:

    Every time I see that female exec start to cry, I can’t help but laugh. Are you kidding me?! It brings back the joy of election night all over again…best night on tv in my lifetime. You can’t write this stuff!

    Liked by 9 people

    • daughnworks247 says:

      A female exec who cries during a presentation should be fired. Even worse, she said, “We WANT to pay more taxes” but we can’t because we have to follow the rules. “Not like you can just write a check”. I almost passed out.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Elizabeth Carter says:

        Chrystia Freeland would cry and get a hug. Canada really should fire her. They will pay a very high price for not firing Chrystia.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Beverly says:

        Actually, the stupid bint CAN “just write a check.” There is no law against sending MORE money to the IRS, and that cow probably knows it but counts on her “Googlers” [how nauseating is that name?] to know nothing about it.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “It brings back the joy of election night all over again”

      It was joyous, wasn’t it? A moment to remember!
      1.) Birth of my child
      2.) My wedding day
      3.) Election night 2016

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  16. Christina says:

    I remember when this company betrayed the dissident Chinese bloggers to the Communist Chinese government. It told me everything I needed to know about this company and these people. The schadenfreude I taste over these tears is delicious. They meddled mightily and yet….they still did not win. Delicious.

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  17. free73735 says:

    daughnworks247 outstanding article!

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Joyce says:

    Has anyone researched how many of the executives and employees of Google, Facebook, Twitter (and other popular left-leaning companies) are former DNC or Clinton employees? Just curious about past ties.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Ldave says:

    Have you ever noticed that all of these mush brained leftists can only express their feelings and their hatred for the president, but can’t point to a particular policy underlying their sentiments?

    Liked by 3 people

  20. CNN_sucks says:

    How about those CIA spies? Did googly has the hand on it, too? Smooching with Xi?


  21. Republicanvet91 says:

    I thought Google was a monster back in the late 90’s early 2000’s when Clinton and his thugs at DOJ were going after Microsoft over browsers.
    It was shocking then how they were gobbling up smaller companies or start-ups that could possibly be good tech companies…but they were competition or would enhance Google’s bottom line.

    I wish there were a way to break up Google at this point just because of their massive size, influence on tech business and ability to squash competition, but I believe we are well beyond that ability now.

    Google made a move several years ago with their Cloud service and contracts with various federal agencies, and I do not see any ability to go back. I also suspect Google knows in detail any email, spreadsheet, document, report, etc., of every federal agency that uses their cloud service, and will destroy anyone who suggests they should be broken up.

    Liked by 3 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Google was pretty young, hot, and getting hotter. Yahoo was at least as hot, if not hotter. Actually, I think Yahoo had a slight edge in terms of market timing. Could be wrong. In any case. Where’s Yahoo now? Just another thing. Live by the tech, die by the tech.


  22. tav says:

    Goebbels is rolling over in his grave in envy of Google and Facebook.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. simicharmed says:

    Clear case of election interference, meddling and collusion too. Let’s not forget the fact Google is filled with Visa holding NON-Citizen employees who are prohibited from taking part or interfering in US elections. DHS needs to be looking into that aspect alone because it’s a deportable offense and a violation of the law

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  24. Roadagent says:

    I worked in large public corporations for 40 plus years. The SJW attitude was adopted because corporate management is normally cowardly and in thrall to the Chamber of Commerce whose motto is “anything to keep the dollars flowing”. But this video shocked me because of the hubris demonstrated. Corporate managements are typically smart enough to avoid letting the mask slip,
    The management committee actually held “all hands on deck” videos to lament about their political loss? Absolutely stunning…as well as stupid. When the next congressional hearings are held this video will be a primary exhibit.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. Gil says:

    These people are evil manipulative scum. I found the commentary how they are looking at alternative ways of shaping viewpoints beyond what you search, ie banning, hiding searches, tracking, etc. And they have their employees working in cult like conditions, long shift work, free food, rides to work, communal living, etc. Always work never leaving for the outside world. A hive.

    Liked by 10 people

  26. tav says:

    Q: What’s the difference between Google and The Borg?
    A: Not much.

    Liked by 4 people

  27. Ed conroy says:

    Amazing that this search engine company feels it is their job/mission to affect the outcome of elections.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Esperanza says:

    On the other hand with all their power, they couldn’t get what they wanted. Reassuring actually.

    Also according to them, Russia spending a couple of hundred thousand dollars did lol.

    Liked by 3 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      They did acquire Hillary, Clinton Foundation, DNC, GOPe, Koch, Podesta, MSM, Soros etc meaning lying, corruption, murder, and Soros employees value is a dying investment.

      Liked by 1 person

    • steph_gray says:

      That’s true, Esperanza. I learned years ago that a Google search for anything political needed to be taken with bushels of salt. I’ve used duckduckgo for anything important for a long time now. But still used Google sometimes for unimportant things like recipes because I know their engine has a lot of data.

      That changed after I saw this. It’s duckduckgo for me for everything now. Easy to select as search engine in a browser, at least on my iDevices. I do make a mental note that it may revert at an auto update & I will have to fix it again. Just happy I’m no longer even looking at that Orwellian Google nightmare.

      Next we need Twitter and FaceBook competitors!

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  29. Zippy says:

    Analysis and commentary:

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Troublemaker10 says:

    If they would do it in China, wouldn’t they do it here? In fact, aren’t they already?




    In early August, Poulson raised concerns with his managers at Google after The Intercept revealed that the internet giant was secretly developing a Chinese search app for Android devices.

    The search system, code-named Dragonfly, was designed to remove content that China’s authoritarian government views as sensitive, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.


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    • MarcusZ1967 says:


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    • GB Bari says:

      …remove content…. about..
      “political dissidents,
      ” (like conservatives who disagree with Google’s Leftwing politics?)

      free speech,” (like allowing conservatives to have equal access to post their opinions, videos, and other content on Google-controlled platforms?)

      democracy,” (as in allowing the legal majority to rule, as it did in 2016?)

      human rights,” (rights as defined by who or which universally-recognized document?)

      and peaceful protest.” (like Antifa?)

      Liars and hypocrites. Google needs to be federally prosecuted for collusion, illegal in-kind campaign contributions, and violating individuals’ civil rights.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. allhail2 says:

    That has to be one of the saddest sacks of beta doormats I’ve ever seen.
    Adult toddlers, the lot of them.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Former lurker says:

      Toddlers with power. The flow of information is controlled by Google. These same people throwing tantrums about the election will provide the straightjacket of restricted information while Political Correctness and a more Google friendly government that will follow after they thwart Trump will provide the boot on the neck. Just look at jolly old England, where the cops are asking the subjects to report friends and neighbors for incorrect hate speech.

      Do no evil. Work makes you free.

      Google has become the enemy of freedom on earth.

      Liked by 3 people

  32. talker2u says:

    What, has Rip Van Sessions recused himself from bringing anti-trust action against Google as well?!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. alliwantissometruth says:

    So when do we do something about this? When?

    We’ve known about this bulls*** for years & years. Our internet is controlled by radical leftists. Our schools & our children’s minds are controlled by radical leftists

    Yet we do nothing. Our government does nothing. It’s simply allowed

    Plus, our media & entertainment industries are controlled by radical leftists. Our corporations are controlled by radical leftists

    This is ridiculous. It’s like an enemy occupied country, & we just put up with it & take it, while they indoctrinate our children into their mindless cult in order to empower the globalist cabal

    I wrote this in another thread, but it fits here…

    “One would think when people look at history, they’d realize socialism / communism is bad & doesn’t work

    One would think after eight years of Obama’s degradation of our economy & system, people would see what President Trump has accomplished for the American people & realize his way works in their interests

    Yet so many don’t realize these in your face facts, & they’re the ones who give power to the resistors & the leftist nitwit leaders. They’re the ones hindering great progress for people worldwide

    Why is that?

    The answer is our absolute surrender to the radical leftist control of our schools & our children’s minds

    All of the resistors, (not the older establishment) all of the snowflakes, all the up & coming leftist radical “leaders”, all are a product of the lefts brainwashing & indoctrination. Absolute & total mind control, & it’s working

    If our schools were under local control / parent control, none of this bull**** would be happening

    Until we truly realize the globalists have installed the radical left into our school systems, this will be an ongoing battle, & a war we’ll ultimately lose

    No one in leadership talks about this subject, yet it’s the biggest weapon the globalist / radical left has against us.They just keep using it while we fight battle after battle

    We’d all better wake up & solve it soon”

    Liked by 7 people

    • rharkonen113 says:

      Amidst all the divorce and broken families, not too much energy and attention left for what the kids are being taught at school or doing.

      In fact, for most such people, the more time the kids spend out of the house and in school, the better.

      The break-up of families was the first step, the rest just follows more or less inevitably.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Interesting perspective. Looking back on my experiences with broken families of friends and relatives, I’d bet that’s true in an significant number of “modern” broken families.

        Single mothers or fathers are exhausted trying to both work (sometimes two part-time jobs) and raise children – I’ve seen that situation too often.

        The school is a welcome babysitter (regardless of what’s being taught. as long as the kids don’t get into trouble at school.) The parent(s) are exasperated when school is closed for weather or “administrative days.”

        Then when kids are home after school and on weekends, the smartphones, tablets, TV or computers are additional welcome babysitters while mom or dad unwind from the day/week, or cook or clean or pay bills or do office work at home or other head-of-household duties.

        Yes there are responsible parents who stay engaged in their children’s education and stay aware of and engaged with them at home as well. But IMO they are the minority.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Shut down your gmail account. Trade in your Android phone. Use duckduckgo.com. Use social media to pass on the good word.


  34. ck says:

    Trump wont do anything ham-fisted like anti-trust or breakups but I’m sure it will be creative and our tech overlords will be the source of their own undoing.


  35. Shadrach says:

    This video will facilitate them using monopoly laws to break them up (Ma Bell) vs implementing governmental control over social media. Thank goodness. Government control has too many downsides. Breaking up Google, Twitter, and Facebook into competing entities is an infinitely better solution.

    I don’t know who released the video, but they’ve done us all a huge favor (and by all, I mean all of us….left, right, middle, all). Cause the winds blow one way today, but they will blow another another day. And good grief, the people on that video are too dumb to realize they won’t be in power or important forever (Harry Reid, nuclear option- yeah, that worked out awesome for you in the long run, smh). Will they never learn?

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Google is already a subsidiary of Alphabet. Information is currency, and like currency and markets, sadly, perhaps we require controls and oversight. The government constructed DMCA, digital privacy laws, and the like. Perhaps it’s time to establish rules around information flow, not just content.

      Liked by 1 person

  36. mr.piddles says:

    Google execs need to punch “untuckit” into their Magic Google Machine. If you’re going to take over the world, you should at least be presentable.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. mr.piddles says:

    Google is a powerful entity, no doubt. But we’ve seen ’em come, and we’ve seen ’em go. At this point we all know there’s no such thing as “too big to fail”.


  38. Retired IG says:

    Am almost at a loss for words. In my world I grew up without the Internet, email, etc. Then when I went for higher education I learned of how the US Defense laboratories invented a system to communicate with each other. It for sure wasn’t Gmail.
    Then Poindexter invented his TOTAL INFORMATION AWARENESS program. Remember the Eye of top of the pyramid logo? When that was “defunded” by Congress, low and behold, “FacePlant” somehow was born, along with all of the same people who used to be funded by .gov. And Zuckerbutt, at least in my mind, agreed to be brainwashed as another Manchurian Candidate. All for the money.
    Ha.Ha.Ha. Let’s get Mueller to investigate Google collusion. All at the tax payer expense of course.

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  39. PaulM says:

    I’ve been trying to tell people about Google for years but all I get is “but that’s how I find things”. They don’t want to hear about alternatives that may take some effort on their part.
    Using Google and their (many) tentacles, is funding the left.
    Android is Google.
    YouTube is Google.
    Addiction is hard to break. That’s the entire game plan of the left, addiction. Welfare, food stamps, entertainment in your hand.

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  40. Living in Silicon Valley and having worked in the high tech field, I can tell you discrimination against white Christian hetero males is not only rampant, it’s expected. I don’t normally go to government for my problems, but in this case “affirmative action” is required. Time for WCHMs to be a protected class.

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  41. mr.piddles says:

    “Captain’s Log November 9th, 2016: Entire crew is devastated over the destruction of HRC Glass Ceiling. It was an unforeseen catastrophe. Nobody has been able to finish their sushi, and we are concerned for the physical and mental health of the entire engineering group. We will gather all senior officers to determine how to raise morale of the crew and carry on our mission. This war isn’t over, and we must redouble our efforts if we want to prevail. And we will reach out to foreign adversaries in order to forge new alliances if need be.”

    Liked by 2 people

  42. SR says:

    Still waiting from PTrump to tweet this google video. Generally he is fast sending tweets.


  43. Retired IG says:

    Excuse me for not knowing what “shadow banning” is. But I read somewhere today that Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes and 2 others on the Committee actively involved in the DOJ//FBI investigations have been “shadow banned by Twitter.” Whatever it means, this cannot STAND. I know remedy or cure, but sheesh. Freaky stuff going on when Congressional representatives are cut off from Twitter. BECAUSE THEY ARE REPUBLICANS INVESTIGATING CRIMES.

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  44. mr.piddles says:

    Ingraham: “Oh, ok, you stop a world war with a search engine [snort laugh]”. Hilarious. Silicon Valley loves themselves some Silicon Valley.


  45. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Can anyone here spell

    I tried to Google it and got: Results Not Found

    Liked by 2 people

  46. Donna in Oregon says:

    Tears from an industry that has sold all our private information, including our medical records to foreign countries.

    I laugh every some one tries to play the black hats vs white hats in the Internet.

    Let’s see, banks have insurance when customer’s credit cards are stolen right? So when the “black hats” steal the cards then the banks get paid by the insurance right?

    So who can say with any certainty that the banks aren’t hiring black hats, running their scam and then getting paid by insurance?

    Isn’t that exactly what they did with the preditory lending? Bundled it up and sold it on the stock market, had the Fannie/Freddie loans written off, had the mortgage insurers pay them, and then sold the property to groups of their “lender” pals or themselves and then flipped them for a profit. I don’t know how many times they doubled the value of the home in dollars in their pockets.

    So how can anyone say that the Internet isn’t also just another Ponzi scheme? Really, you believe that they make all those billions of dollars off of advertising?!?!? Nah. That’s not it. That’s not it by a long shot.

    Come on man……….

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  47. cripto says:

    They may have sealed their own fate.
    “Seven Google employees have reportedly quit their jobs over the lack of accountability and transparency at the search giant over its controversial China search engine effort, codenamed Project Dragonfly.”


    “The search system, code-named Dragonfly, was designed to remove content that China’s authoritarian government views as sensitive, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.”

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  48. The Devilbat says:

    Judging by the treepers responses to the Google meeting video, most cannot understand how this group of idiot misfits could ever run anything. The answer to that is, they don’t. These clowns including the top management are simply a front.

    The real google executive controllers are well hidden. Think the Rothschild’s.

    Google is obviously being used along with billionaire puppets to advance a New World Order.

    Liberal Billionaires such as George Soros and Tom Steyer are almost certainly controlled by the Rothschild’s. Think how easy it would be for the Rothschild’s to give these people tips that could make them huge fortunes that allow them to donate mega dollars to the subversive left.

    It is pretty obvious that the Rothschild group that controls virtually all the worlds banking could easily do this. They have inside knowledge of everything, including currency trading and the ups and downs of companies and upcoming deals etc. around the world.

    The likely deal is that the Google CEO and the upper management are being allowed to make huge salaries to do the Rothschild’s New World Order bidding. The Google idiots were likely chosen due to their far left, save the planet views. They most probably truly believe that it is they who have made Google a success.

    It is pretty obvious to anyone with any business sense that Google is not being run by these childish tree hugging, ” lets teach the world to sing” collection of idiots. If it were, Google would have failed a long time ago.

    As an example, the idiot woman in the video said, “We all need a hug, hug the person next to you”
    Can you imagine any major company surviving more than a week with an idiot like that making decisions?

    The real management is obviously elsewhere and it obviously has a very powerful agenda.

    Here is a very interesting video. It explains a lot about the Rothschild’s, the New World order and why Russia is being made out to be such a villain. Some of the video is a bit out there but its well worth the watch. If nothing else, it is some nutritious food for thought.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “The real google executive controllers are well hidden. Think the Rothschild’s.
      Google is obviously being used along with billionaire puppets to advance a New World Order.”

      A lot of information about that here:


      “….What does an average person know about people like George Soros? What does an average person know about the Rothschilds? If you want to inform people, how much information you need to transfer? Too much information is like Leprosy. It eats itself but crumbs make bread. That was what I did. I put “necessary” information of each crumb to make my bread and to be able to connect a ring of people who betrayed us….”


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  49. Linus in W.PA. says:

    So smug……..it’s disgusting!!!

    Spell my name backwards, and you’ll understand this comment…-That idiot Indian guy gives us all a bad name!!!!


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