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[–] 9576081? 0 points 62 points (+62|-0) ago 

This is hardly a theory -- it is demonstrably true. Compare Google results to the results of others search engines. Google only shows you what they want you to see, not what information is available. Do not use Google.

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[–] AristotleCLONE 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Pretty much.

For example...There are plenty of (White Racism)-validating proofs within both media and literature which used to be located via Google searches, pre-2011, but now are no where to be found ---if I search for them via Google. I had to switch to DuckDuckGo to now find those materials.

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[–] 9576608? 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yes, there are many examples like this. During the presidential election in the United States when people searched for "presidential candidates" Donald Trump was not shown at all, at certain times.

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[–] whatisbestinlife 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

try going to forward.com "news for the american jew" i cant through google or even through my browser. blocked by open dns for religious filtering. but i can access it through bing?

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[–] 9588160? 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Huh, interesting

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[–] 22jam22 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

what the best non biased just looks for what I ask search engine?

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[–] 9585497? 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I've heard good things about startpage. Personally I use DDG and I've noticed no apparent manipulations.

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[–] EdgarAllenPoe 4 points -1 points (+3|-4) ago 

Easier said than done, Google is the best search engine and afaik nothing else is even a close second.

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[–] Robobob 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Google only give you what its advertisers want you to see Period!!!

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[–] JuiceTown 0 points 20 points (+20|-0) ago 

Bullshit. I googled it and found nothing.

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[–] ApprenticeShitposter 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

(Google always shows him Japanese horse porn)

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[–] JuiceTown 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Googles: "What does right-wing politics have to do with horse fucking?"

Google: "200,000 results for horse fucking"

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

Alex Jones talked about this on the Joe Rogan podcast. He says the elite are trying to "plug in" to the AI to pretty much live forever or something like that.

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[–] Torkimadi 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Oooo that's interesting, cause Ray Kursweil is the AI guy at google and he's probably the scariest person on the planet. I could 100% see google "search engine" AI as the test pilot.

My husband tested some of the search engine differences between google and everything else. It was frightening.

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[–] Konran 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

My husband tested some of the search engine differences between google and everything else. It was frightening.

Interested to know more. Why were the differences so frightening?

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[–] lazyhammer 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

An easy one, try finding any small independent site you used to visit from the early 2000s that are still maintained. Vast majority of them do no show up in google search even if you put in a search that is almost exactly like the address. Other search engines that don't cite google's crawler like bing bring those sites up almost always on the first page when you hunt for them.

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[–] Torkimadi 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Because the results between google and everything else were blatantly different. It was clear google has a pro left, pro Hillary agenda. It's not even a bend, it's a full out agenda. Go look something up, check google, bing, duck duck go, yahoo, whatever other engines you want, and compare against the google results. Try "Hillary is" for a start.

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[–] TheodoreKent 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Two people that I have never wittingly paid a dime to. I also don't think I have ever bought a product through their advertising algorithms, but who knows, perhaps they are more insidious and pernicious than I could know.

Regardless, at the moment of this writing, they are respectively the 12th and 13th richest people in the world. How is is that they attained this fabulous wealth without ever selling me a product? Yet they still offer me massive amounts of free services. I can watch youtube for hours. I can use maps to navigate myself wherever I want to go. I can find out which restaurants are open 24-hours a day easily and immediately.

But I don't think I have ever directly paid Google a dime for their products.

Which makes me think...

Maybe we are the products Google is selling?

All of our data, all of our browsing habits, all of our dirty little secrets. So many valuable things, all of which we give away, willingly, just so we can know which actor was the co-star in 'Wild Wild West' in under 30 seconds.

We live in interesting times.

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[–] BB-3 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Maybe we are the products Google is selling?

How can there possibly be the word "maybe" or a question mark in that sentence?

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

Suq1fagot grammar jew.

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[–] What_was_that_2 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Your all wrong, they are a marketing company nothing more nothing less. They make platforms to push more ads at your face.

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[–] Tallest_Skil 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Of course you can't shake it. It's true.

Most people on the Internet probably only come in contact with less than a dozen sites. Google, with its Gmail and YouTube, Facebook, perhaps a random community like Tumblr, a couple of image boards, the occasional visit to Amazon, maybe some news websites, and that’s about it. For the vast majority of the population, the Internet is a prepackaged, socially engineered spy grid. It fuels itself on your input and weaponizes the information against you and everyone else. Already the social engineers are dividing us entirely, confusing the tongue, and making it difficult to communicate effectively. On Google and YouTube, comments and videos are filtered such that you only come in contact with certain predetermined material derived by social algorithms. They make it nearly impossible to discover new random channels and points of view. When you click on a video and scroll down, you’re presented with preselected comments that jive with the opinions you tend to agree with and made to jump through hoops of inconvenience to look at all the other discussions taking place.

Since Google is so influential, this sort of strategy is largely finding its way into every facet of the corporate-controlled Internet. This means that when I click on a video, say of the puppet Obama fake crying about Sandy Hook, I will see comments that are critical of his phony bullshit and other comments mocking the counterfeit brainwashing media. Yet when a stereotypical phony “liberal” feminist clicks on the same video, she’ll be presented with comments that agree with her gun-grabbing ideology. In effect, we’re being self-imprisoned on these tiny Internet islands where we can’t reach out to one another. Google can control who and what we interact with and see, and so divide and conquer the mind of the population. It’s a good strategy to quell dissent; when I click on a controversial news video or article, I unwillingly come in contact with opinions that tend to support my own, and so I leave with the sense that there is a consensus on a particular world event like Sandy Hook. This engineering of a false consensus has the effect of pacifying the people, making them content in their beliefs. In being content, they became lazy and stop questioning the world and discussing reality with those around them.

By forcing the ignorant to be separate from the wise, from the stupid, from the trolls, even, this system of division is impeding the social development of humanity at large. The typical person on the Internet is confined within their own little bubble of information–a literal reservation matrix. The vast majority of modern people only interact with the world around them through the lens of the Internet. Everything they know–and much of where their worldview comes from–is directly influenced through what they experience online. By allowing a cabal of government/corporate entities with advanced technologies in their disposal to regulate what an individual interacts with online, they can shape and guide the development of one’s mind.

We are, quite literally, being domesticated through sophisticated weaponized psychology.

Most of human history and its accumulated knowledge is already immersed on the Internet; within our lifetimes all of it will be in the cloud, soon enough the entire population will be hardwired into the Internet, in one way or another. It’s conceivable that our entire species’ recorded collective experience–all of our history and knowledge–can be manipulated and censored by predatory algorithms that can gradually and insidiously edit the data to keep the truths from us. The beast supercomputers can sift through the entire Internet and gradually edit out certain sensitive or undesirable information–even change audio files and manipulate videos. In recent years, everyone’s identity is being lassoed to the Internet, such that there is no longer anonymity and free exchange. Certain people can be effectively silenced. The Internet with which I come into contact might be an entirely different Internet than the one others see. By socially engineering groups and confining certain people within these restricted informational reservations, reality and social/cultural trends can be manufactured. It’s such a passive and insidious strategy. Just as a virus entering a cell coats itself with the host’s own membrane, masquerading as self to elude detection, this beast computer consciousness uses our own information and our own architecture to elude our defenses and gain entrance into our collective mind.

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[–] pipispapas 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Duck Duck GO

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[–] 9586026? 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

cooperating with ad agencies is necessary to generate money for them, otherwise how they are gonna earn money? believe or not I hate ads, yet I still have to use ads on my own blog to earn money. that's the system, no one donates me in patreon, paypal, so the only way is putting minimum amount of ads in my site to earn some money. I think duckduck does the same thing.

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