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[–] Eshu_Eleggua 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

I am pretty sure Google is the only one of these companies that is a government front. Twitter gets help because they are useful and the same goes for Facebook and instagram, but Google seems like they are a part of the system and not merely a pawn.

Look at the things Google researches and it is clear they are not what they seem to be.


[–] RickFlairWOOOOOO 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

alphabet soup is everywhere. study the clowns. Look up how they recruit and how they get into everything. Very sick and slick operation getting all of these operatives under control


[–] Eshu_Eleggua 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I didn't mean that facebook, Instagram, and Twitter weren't in with the government. It is obvious that they are, but I see them more as businesses that took an opportunity when given the chance.

Google, on the other hand, was made by the government to be a fall guy. They are able to keep tabs on a vast majority of the population without any hindrances, unlike facebook, Instagram, and Twitter which all require people to opt in, Google is already the default for a majority of the mobile market. When you also look into things Google researches it is clear they are not just a company.

By making Google, the government is able to research what they like and spy on everyone without having any real fallout when people catch on. They will just give Google a slap on the wrist or if the worst case scenario happens the company goes under. Though either way the government wouldn't catch any heat and can always replace them with a new company.