Google Refuses to Help U.S. Defense, But Works With Chinese Government and Military…

China has no cultural or political space between peace and war; they are a historic nation based on two points of polarity.  They see peace and war as coexisting with each other.

China accepts and believes opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.  Flowing between these polar states is a natural dynamic to be used -with serious contemplation- in advancing objectives as needed.

Peace or war. Yin and Yang. Panda or Dragon. Culturally there is no middle position in dealings with communist China; they are not capable of understanding or valuing the western philosophy of mutual benefit where concession of terms gains a larger outcome.  If it does not benefit China, it is not done. The outlook is simply, a polarity of peace or war.  In politics or economics the same perspective is true.  It is a zero-sum outlook.

Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford confirm to the Senate Armed Services Committee that Google’s work in China is directly benefiting the government and Chinese military.

The Olive branch and arrows denote the power of peace and war. The symbol in any figure’s right hand has more significance than one in its left hand. Also important is the direction faced by the symbols central figure. The emphasis on the eagles stare signifies the preferred disposition. An eagle holding an arrow also symbolizes the war for freedom, and its use is commonly referred to the liberation fight of righteous people from abusive influence. The eagle on the original seal created for the Office of the President showed the gaze upon the arrows.

The Eagle and the Arrow – An Aesop’s Fable

An Eagle was soaring through the air. Suddenly it heard the whizz of an Arrow, and felt the dart pierce its breast. Slowly it fluttered down to earth. Its lifeblood pouring out. Looking at the Arrow with which it had been shot, the Eagle realized that the deadly shaft had been feathered with one of its own plumes.

Moral: We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction.

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77 Responses to Google Refuses to Help U.S. Defense, But Works With Chinese Government and Military…

  1. Ausonius says:

    Leftist anti-American GOOGLE will of course help the Chinese, because AmeriKKKa is racist, imperialistic, etc. etc. etc. and needs to be taught a lesson by becoming a 17th-rate nation and allowing other countries – e.g. China – a chance at the top.

    And so taking Chinese money is quite fine!

    That China is about as racist and imperialistic etc. etc. etc. as countries can be, not to mention hostile to all basic freedoms is of no consequence to the Leftists at GOOGLE, who can pretend not to be capitalists while they deposit their billions. “Useful idiots” was Stalin’s term for such traitors, and they will be the first to be exterminated, when the Chinese Army lands in San Francisco.

    Communism does not like even crony capitalism in the long term!

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      • helix35 says:

        Well, why WOULDN’T the Communists at Google choose the interests of their fellow Communists in China over the interests of their own country? Totalitarians stick together.

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      • farrier105 says:

        Super Rich Americans providing the means to build modern weapons is very old news. They were just in a bigger hurry with China and found a way to hog tie the sovereignty of both nations by making the US dependent on China for finished goods, cheap labor, and deficit financing while making China dependent on a tariff-free market for their finished goods and a place for their most poverty-stricken emigres from Fujian Province.

        https://www.amazon.com/dp/1939438519/ref=rdr_ext_tmb

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    • Bob says:

      Googles loves this because the Chinese are paying for the facial recognition system that they are now deploying…more to come from system….and the USA and the west in general will be surveilled at every facet of your lives.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      SD, so sad that those in Silicon Valley who became millionaires or billionaires where no where they could, and then turn around and shaft us, so we have two sites that are criminals and hate us but want our money and money from outside and we know who they are FB and Google. Gates is not much behind them either. So glad I use neither site! So many traitors in our Republic brings tears to my eyes. Greedy, lack morals and values, and then become turncoats. May God have mercy on their souls and yes we must remove them from the planet and confiscate all assets here and abroad.

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    • wlbeattie says:

      <= I would be interested in the percentage of recent arrival (last 20 years) Chinese employees compared with the percentage of #US born employees!

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    • Daniel says:

      When do we bring back The House Un-American Activities Committee? Hasn’t this gone on long enough? And by “when do we bring back…” I mean WE, the voters. We know who has to go because we know who funds them and creates them.

      People need to understand “backed by wallstreet? NOPE!”

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    • Michael Todaro says:

      Google founder Sergay is a Russian with a thick accent. He was born in Soviet Moscow and his parents were influential Soviets. Russian collusion ? Election tampering ? They are destroying us from within as often promised. The Mexicans, Muslims, Russians…are all having their way with us. Democrats & Rinos are evil. God bless POTUS Trump. MAGA/KAG !

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  2. Derrufo Konepke says:

    you are really on to something this time and do not let go of the snakes at the head of google…the secret shadow leaders wanted Obama as prez and google taken over by those “able” to help China. Follow the process of google being taken over by other execs who are different from the founding members. google inc in 2011 began its slide into some place on earth that isn’t an American company any more. And to be clear, it only controls all the freaking internet (most of it and emerging new technologies) and google has pushed influence money since 2011 in many places to control what is going on…and the USA congress is as much to blame for letting it get this far out of control as google inc is.

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    • FTA:

      Google: seeded by the Pentagon
      In 1994 — the same year the Highlands Forum was founded under the stewardship of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the ONA, and DARPA — two young PhD students at Stanford University, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, made their breakthrough on the first automated web crawling and page ranking application. That application remains the core component of what eventually became Google’s search service. Brin and Page had performed their work with funding from the Digital Library Initiative (DLI), a multi-agency programme of the National Science Foundation (NSF), NASA and DARPA.

      View story at Medium.com

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      • Mr.G says:

        I am doubtful that Brinn and Page created anything of the sort. Just like I was when the story was that MZ created FB half-drunk in his dorm room over a long weekend.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Derrufo, and definitely why are we allowing Soros and family have so many American hating .orgs, well over 100 and falsely using the name of “American” letting those who do not research but accept everything think they are organizations for our country, when they definitely are not. Time for confessions but no repentance would ever be held by these critters.

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  3. BarneyRubble says:

    And who has been trading with Communist China for 50 years? Time to go on a war footing. Google must be seized and its top officials arrested for Treason..

    Liked by 9 people

  4. Chip Doctor says:

    Google, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook are true enemies of the United States. They will go all out to remove PDJT in 2020. The resistance to his re-election will be a million times more than 2016. It is going to be ugly to watch. At the same time, I beleive that POTUS has gained, and will continue to gain even more support than anyone thinks. He will win. KAG!

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  5. I wish I didn’t have to use Google. Traitors. But I am typing this on my Android. 🙄

    I despise those in charge of Google, Amazon and Facebook.
    So much.

    Liked by 1 person

    • tonyE says:

      Google needs to be split into pieces.

      Android needs to be split and the requirement for a gmail account to get Android working on a smartphone needs to be blown out. Same with the Google App Store (and Apple’s and Microsoft’s).

      Learn Ubuntu.

      Liked by 4 people

      • cthulhu says:

        Actually, app stores are generally a good thing. You shouldn’t have to use just one. If someone set up “The ‘Paranoid Android’ App Store”, how long before it had more users than the official Google one?

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      I hear you but it isn’t really any better if you choose Apple.

      Liked by 4 people

  6. csmats says:

    Google is actually behaving very consistently with their ideals — they’re communists who hate America and love our enemies.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    We pretty much know all our enemies from without, and from within.

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  8. sundance says:

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  9. Slowcobra says:

    God love President Trump.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. How about collusion for them? At this point, big tech is more dangerous than the Russians. Never would I have imagined that companies based in the US, who learned from Americans, would choose the Chinese over their own countrymen. I can only hope their demise comes from being shut down by honest AMERICAN companies. Bigger is not always better!

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  11. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Time to break up Goggle~Skynet before it’s too late.

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    • Daniel says:

      I wish it were as simple as you seem to think. The left infects pretty much everything like a virus. The carriers of the virus is always people.

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  12. IrishEyesSouth says:

    Now that Google’s on their radar, the government will break it up & end it’s tyranny. It’s only a matter of time.

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  13. Carrie says:

    There should be a blanket ban on any company in Silicon Valley from directly helping any political campaign. I don’t think they should even be allowed to endorse a particular campaign. They aren’t a news provider, they are a news and information collector. It’s already bad enough that newspapers endorse particular candidates. The bias is already pervasive. Time to start pushing back on this.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      It is way too late. These companies hold legal export licenses approved by the US State Department for tech and manufacturing know how transfer. Only a violation of a license or US Government review and restructure of those licenses will fix the problem.

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  14. railer says:

    Now you know why Mattis got run off. He’d never have supported this type of confrontation with China.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. thedoc00 says:

    Keep in mind that the cost of doing business in China is to give the Chinese Government a substantial equity stake in YOUR Business. China owns a stake in every company doing business with the Red Dragon and that likely includes rights to technology and a seat at the corporate management table. “Stolen Technology” is a ruse and cover story given US Companies for the legal transfer of technology that is occurring.

    The best way to cripple these clowns is a full blown review and restructuring of every type export license they hold, which involves China. This would threaten far more damage than any tariff could hope to achieve.

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  16. Rileytrips says:

    Our government is never pro-active, it is always re-active. In 2015, Google re-organized itself into a company called Alphabet (run by Larry Page and Sergey Brin), with Google (CEO Sundar Pichai) separated from their other investments and projects. They are a huge global entity with their fingers in everybody’s pies. By 2015, Google/Alphabet SHOULD have been declared a monopoly under our laws, but the Obama/Clinton cabal was in control, and this suited their interests. Go on a search of Google ownership now. You will see the biggest shareholders are : Levy,Haskins & Co., Cohen Klingenstein, Selkirk Mgmt. LLC, Grimes & Co., and Baxter Brothers. Who are these entities? What are their goals? Do they favor an “America First” administration?

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  17. SmurfetteX says:

    The Enemy is Behind the Gates and this technology is already being used on citizens. Google is CIA, developed by Darpa research and not a private entity. Even Elon Musk calls Skynet Google and satellite monitoring/weapons against citizens his biggest fear.

    What you see happening in China (Chinese Social Credit Score), Japan and Canada too (see video) are domestic trade secrets now being exposed so that you can see for yourselves what the CIA-Pentagon technology looks like..

    Facial recognition software as predictive programming on the 2019 Economist Cover (owned by Rothschilds) will be tested at the border. Ask yourselves if it is for the benefit of stopping immigrants or for later roll out to middle Americans under the guise of national defence.

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    • SmurfetteX says:

      The sale to China is for-profit. The video talks about low margins in car sales and where the profit actually comes from.

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  18. decisiontime16 says:

    GOOGLE
    Every search made – even if it’s been cleared from your browser or device history
    Every event in your Google calendar – including whether you attended
    Every location you have visited  – including how long it took you to get there, how long you stayed and when you left
    Every image and file you have downloaded
    Every file you’ve ever uploaded to Google Drive – even if they’ve been deleted 
    Every Google Fit workout you have ever done
    Every photo you have taken – including metadata on where and when it was shot
    Every ad you’ve ever viewed or clicked on 
    Every marketing topic that might interest you – based on factors like your age, gender, location and web activity
    Every app you’ve ever searched for, installed or launched
    Every YouTube video you’ve ever searched for or watched 
    Every email you ever sent or received – including deleted messages and spam
    Facebook
    Every Messenger message you have sent or received
    Every Facebook friend you have connected with 
    Every Facebook voice call you have made
    Every smartphone contact
    Every text message sent or recievd
    Every phone call made or received
    Every file you have sent or receieved
    Every time you signed into Facebook, and from where
    Every stickers emoji you have ever sent 

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5743829/Googles-vision-TOTAL-data-collection-revealed.html

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  19. ristvan says:

    I have no inside or expert knowledge here, but would make three observations.

    1. Google is extremely liberal biased, not just by location but by age and nature of their employees. This is not self evident externally. My son interned at Google HQ between years at Bschool. Saw it first hand. Even though he got a very attractive offer, said could never work there based on the cultural bias he saw. (In my family, my daughter’s husband is right of my daughter who is right of my ex who is right of me, and my son is left of me with his wife left of him. AND my daughter in law is still right of center on most things.)

    2. Google got forced out of China in 2010 because of its free search implications for Party dominance. Allowed Baidu to become the Google of China and threaten Google elsewhere. So Google has every incentive to help the Chinese government to indirectly counter Baidu. So cannot be trusted at all.

    3. Google used its ‘natural monoply’ profits (increasing marginal returns, VHS v Betamax) to buy and then bias Youtube, and then develop and release FREE Android to dominate the software side of mobile, to then extend its reach with stuff like Google Mail. Remember, nothing is truly FREE. Goggle just monetizes Android Indirectly.

    There is a potential antitrust first step: break ‘Alphabet’ into its constituent parts—Search, Android, Youtube, all other. Doesn’t directly solve the Kali bias or China incentive issues directly, but makes them more manageable. Problem is there is no good antitrust precedent for software/services businesses since a ‘new’ internet phenomenon. Sonething for PDJT to work on after his 2020 reelection. Cause by then USMCA is in force, China trade deal is done, all the most critical 17 wall segments are complete…and we will need new KAG rally promises to be kept.

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    • Piggy says:

      I agree let the trust busting commence.

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    • cthulhu says:

      The problem with Google is not that they know things about you and sell advertising based on what they know……the problem is that they Hoover up data from a vast number of sources — many not obvious — and correlate it between sources. I don’t mind anyone here knowing about things I’ve opined on here. I don’t mind a store I frequent knowing my favorite order. I don’t mind the California Republican Party knowing that I’m a Republican (and pissed at the bunch of useless pansies). I don’t mind that PornHub knows that I prefer girls with big……smiles. The problem comes when all these information tracks that you put down through the process of living get accumulated into one dossier worthy of the Stasi.

      And it’s a problem throughout the industry. I attended the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco in 2018, and about 1/4 of the booths had something that evidenced an unhealthy interest in “user identities”. Banks don’t just want to know about your bank transactions — they want to have biometric data and information about your search history. Amazon wants to know about your credit card usage. Facebook wants to know your location. Everybody and their brothers-in-law want to know your email addy and cellphone number because so much information is cross-indexed on those two fields.

      If you make a reservation for six at a popular restaurant and present yourself and your party at the appointed time, they’ll ask you for your cell number so they can buzz you when you have a table. Five minutes later, you get the buzz, socialize, order…..and there are even odds that Google knows your cell number, the number in your party, and the restaurant you are in before you finish your entree [and may have forwarded this information to Antifa].

      If Google knew about your searches to modify your future searches, and YouTube knew about your viewed videos to suggest videos, and gmail knew about the contents of your emails to filter your emails, and google maps knew about your location to help you locate things nearby and travel to places farther away……things would be fine. But Alphabet is using all that information, and more that they acquire otherwise, and blending it together into a totalitarian shake.

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    • ichicinnabar says:

      Ristvan,
      Thank you for your many thoughtful posts.

      Though nothing is exactly the same, there is some presedent. We had the breakup of Bell and the Judge Green decision.

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  20. Pammipoo says:

    In my opinion, it is high time to amend the Fourth Amendment to include a right to data privacy.

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    • Beigun says:

      If the data originated from private property then it should be protected under the Constitution.

      Google acts like the British Redcoats in Boston conducting illegal search and seizure.

      Privacy is required for Liberty to flourish….it is “Common Sense” and a principle of the Republic.

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  21. trapper says:

    “Clinton Approves Technology Transfer to China” May 11, 1999

    “With all this talk of Russians allegedly interfering in U.S. elections, it is worth recalling that it wasn’t too long ago that the previous Democrat in the White House betrayed America by working hand in hand with our Communist enemies in mainland China.”

    https://capitalresearch.org/article/flashback-bill-clinton-gave-china-missile-technology/

    That was Loral, an American company, that sold the missile tech. Guided missile putting satellite in space, guided missile carrying nuclear warhead to New York. No difference.

    Muh Russia is just a massive head fake. Oh, and it originated with …. the Clintons. Treason. It’s what’s for dinner.

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  22. alliwantissometruth says:

    You can’t be a leftist and not be a hypocrite

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  23. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    P never use google. I use startpage.com.

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  24. Jeff P. says:

    Shut Down Big Tech. Make Arrests now.

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  25. montanamel says:

    Sounds like we are overdue for a logic bomb attack from near EO….in 3, 2, 1, …

    This is also where an average 2 LB engineers hammer comes in handy for all these pansy types!

    “Tell us what we want to know, or you’ll find out what it’s like to be a dork driving a BMW by sundown!…..

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  26. Everett Miller says:

    Before the “right” caved to the leftists, this activity would have correctly been understood to be TREASON, with These executives brought to trial, convicted and hung. Now that there is no longer Truth, The Rule of Law, much less common sense in the Federal government, DoJ, or the Imperious Judiciary, (thanks to Lawyers with no Bottom) we stuck investigating and analyzing and moralizing from the sidelines. HOW LONG?
    Will we do our Constitutional duty? Will we throw off the Unconstitutional Immoral Federal government?

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  27. Everett Miller says:

    Before the “right” caved to the leftists, this activity would have correctly been understood to be TREASON, with These executives brought to trial, convicted and hung. Now that there is no longer Truth, The Rule of Law, much less common sense in the Federal government, DoJ, or the Imperious Judiciary, (thanks to Lawyers with no Bottom) we stuck investigating and analyzing and moralizing from the sidelines. HOW LONG?
    Will we do our Constitutional duty? Will we throw off the Unconstitutional Immoral Federal government?

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  28. GSparrow says:

    Part 1
    Will the Dictatorship of China outlast some western democracies?
    “China’s view” and policies on all the important issues in 2019 are mostly that of one man, President Xi Jinping. But he is more than a President. He is a Politburo Standing Committee member, the General Secretary of the Communist Party (CPC) and the Chairman of the Central Military Commission. Senior CPC members also honored Xi with the symbolic title of “Core Leader” which is the highest stature the CPC can bestow on a supreme leader. It is a forced or willing recognition of the absolute control of power he had already acquired.

    Compare Xi Jinping’s ultimate power to the American system today. Xi has total control of his country and his media and can dispose of any opponent at will while top officials in the US’s highest gov’t agencies and over 90% of the US MSM tried to depose an elected President with impunity. Democracy is no longer sacrosanct to all or possibly even a majority in the USA. Ilegal immigrants are encouraged to vote.

    Honest journalism is on life support, only thanks to a few, so those that still have faith in voting in a democracy, have to search harder for the truth in an often vain attempt to avoid being brainwashed or misinformed by one of the many corrupt fake news outlets.

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  29. GSparrow says:

    Part 2
    Congress can’t even vote to secure the nation’s borders and the despicable Uni-party members are increasingly rejecting Trump’s economic successes, that are aiding the middle class, and instead they are pining to once again enrich themselves off China rather than the USA. As noted, Google is pro China and anti American and like Facebook etc. is still allowed by inept Congress to expand exponentially in wealth and influence over the electorate… We could all go on and on. Xi Ping and his CPC pals must be laughing their heads off at America. They see the long game as a victory for them as Americans are divided further and further by the media and gutter politics while Congress becomes increasingly inept and dysfunctional.

    PT often seems to be fighting this enormous battle to preserve priceless freedom and democracy on his own in D.C. while being accused of being a racist, a white nationalist, a fascist, a xenophobe… 24/7 while Xi Ping is copiously praised by all his underlings every day. Any rare human distraction does not last long.

    “Moral: We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction.” Sundance. Will enough Americans realize this once again and disappoint the CPC.

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  30. jeans2nd says:

    Perhaps one might also question our military “elites.”

    Our Military Futures Command is located on the campus of Univ of Texas at Austin, and staffed by only generals/admirals in civilian clothes. None wears a uniform.

    How many Chinese spies, posing as students and researchers, are burrowed into our Military Futures Command? How many Confucius Institutes are on UT at Austin? Why would anyone put our next gen warfare anywhere near a potential Chinese spy?
    Funny no one ever asks these questions.

    One might rightly question both Google and our military elites – are you dumb? Or just plain stupid?
    Our Senators and Representatives, once again, do nothing.

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  31. iwasthere says:

    Google is a natural monopoly – because ‘search’ is the internet’s desktop. It’s a definiational legal monopoly of ‘market power’ because by hook or by crook google consolidated the online advertising marketplace, i.e., either put out of business or purchased its competitors. Schmidt knows the lesson well – the battle for the desktop – from his sore loss at Novel v. Microsoft. The trouble with google now, Schmidt has used that market power to change the rules of the game. Hence the massive and novel google DC lobby efforts, to IMHO, pull the ladder up behind them. Classic DC rent seeking play to sandbag the up and comer competition via regulation and rules changes. The Obama administration sucked it right up, with almost 5k people from google swaping in and out of Administrative positions. Of course, the cap stone legislation of google new money endeavors, was to pass the AIA (America Invents! Act), 98-2 ? in the Senate. Any innovation in the search space, or other space in which google wants to leverage it’s monopoly power, will be invalidated by the administrative state. And the current rubes at SCOTUS, fell right down the rabbit hole. See, Oil States SCOTUS case.

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    • cthulhu says:

      Search itself is not a natural monopoly. After all, a new search engine can be ginned-up in a Stanford dorm room. And it’s not even that resource-intensive. Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo — there are a number of search engines out there today, and even more in the past.

      The knife is what lengths you will go to in order to monetize the search engine.

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  32. 335blues says:

    google is a treassonous pile of horshiite that must be investigated by the full force of the federal government.
    Further they must be prosecuted under anti-trust laws and broken up.
    Why do we, as American,s have to sit idly by and watch this crap right in front of our eyes?
    Prosecute them now!

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  33. Judiciary says:

    What have we really gained from China but the near complete decimation of US manufacturing? We are now at the mercy of an enemy who poisons the products we must buy from them including medicines and components of certain foods. They steal our technology or force corporations to reveal their secrets in return for opening Chinese markets.l to them. They dont believe in playing fair as SD says. They only care to benefit China. Trump is the first leader to reevaluate and attempt to reverse course on this foolish dependency. Like Chjna, Google is doing what’s most lucrative for Google. They have no loyalties to America’s survival.

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