YouTube, UN, Pushing World Indoctrination
Collaboration Seeks To Silence Those Who Disagree In the Name Of 'Good'

By: Jake Fogg

Through a recent email to Youtube creators, Google has doubled-down on its commitment to stifle free speech.  The email, presumably sent to all YouTube creators,

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By: Katie Roof
After a decade long attempt to popularize the service, Google (GOOGL) is shutting down its social network, Orkut.
Users can no longer create new accounts as of Monday and the site will officially close on Sept. 30. Orkut communities can still be accessed through an archive and profile data can be downloaded through September 2016.
One of Google’s early efforts in social media, the site struggled to gain traction in most regions beyond India and Brazil. At one point it was Brazil’s most popular social network, but Facebook surpassed it in 2012.
“Orkut was Google’s first foray into social networking,” Paulo Golgher, Orkut engineering director, said in a blog post. “Orkut helped shape life online before people really knew what ‘social networking’ was.”
Some of the company’s other social attempts like Google Wave and Google Buzz have also been shuttered. Going forward, Google will focus its social efforts on YouTube, Blogger and Google+.
"Google has been pushing Google+ so it is no real surprise that they are consolidating properties," Neil Doshi, analyst at CRT Capital, said. 
Google announced a revamp of its Google Docs service at its Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco last week. On Monday, it also announced it was shutting down Quickoffice, an app for document editing.
"Now that Quickoffice is being built directly into Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, users can edit Microsoft Office files without needing a separate application,” Google said in a statement. "If you've already downloaded Quickoffice, you can still continue to use it.”
Google shares are up 31% in the past year. They are currently trading around $576, with a market cap of $391 billion.
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YouTube Admits Its Disdain For Free Speech By Deleting Press Conference Video
Causes Internet Deputy News To Offer Site To All Freedom Loving Video Creators
By:Jake Fogg 

 It is said that the right to bear arms insures the freedom speech, but YouTube has decided against both. Cody Wilson,   publisher of 3-D printed gun plans, has been censored by the court, and now by YouTube, who banned a press conference   video (shown in this article) from his account.  

 According to Washington Free Beacon, Wilson said that the video-sharing platform banned the video which announced that   he would be selling the gun blueprints as well as a fundraising for his continuing legal battle over the publication of the   same blueprints.

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Google Lies After Caught Admitting Intent To Manipulate Content!
The Response To the Leaked Video Was Bold And Outright False! 

By: Jake Fogg


 Yesterday Breitbart released a damaging video of a Google internal meeting whereby top executives and co-founders   discussed manipulating information on the internet. The video was the weekly meeting of the organization following the   2016  election of Donald Trump.

 The leaked media is disturbing in that the Google executives show their outright disdain for Americans who voted for   Donald Trump. The meeting was essentially dedicated to bashing Trump supporters and outlining Google’s commitment to   data manipulation in order to ensure that 2016 election results never again occur.

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Riveting Two Minute Statement The Could Change Social Media Forever 
Internet Deputy Teams Up With Hub® Social Media

By: Jake Fogg


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Leaked Google Emails Shows Censorship Is Alive and Well
By: Peter Hasson

Originally Reported on Daily Caller

Google employees debated whether to bury conservative media outlets in the company’s search function as a response to President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, internal Google communications obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation reveal.

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Google CEO Takes Oath, Then Lies Repeatedly To Congress! 
Sundar Pichai's Smug Responses Show Contempt For American Principles 

By: Jake Fogg

 On Tuesday December 11, 2018, Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified and brazenly lied before the House Judiciary Committee on issues related to bias and privacy invasion.

Google has long been known to support the Democrat party and its leftist ideology. Hundreds of news reports have already shown that the company works to silence those in conflict with the company’s own principles which align more closely to the Democrats.

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Thursday, 25 April 2019 07:42

Google Caught Bullying Employees--AGAIN!

Google Caught Bullying Employees--AGAIN!
Leaked Internal Communications Show Culture of Hate Continues To Thrive 
By:Jake Fogg 

Despite its attempt to appear unbiased, Google continues to assert otherwise as the company’s leftist management and staff behavior threatens employees on the right. In fact, the company’s reaction to frequent leaks demonstrates solidly its overall disdain for those who hold a different view from the left.

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Friday, 17 May 2019 07:33

Hard Evidence Exposes Google!

Hard Evidence Exposes Google!
Study Shows Hard Evidence That Search Engine Is Programmed To Silence The Right
By:Jake Fogg 

While it is understood by the public at large that the Google organization has left-leaning sympathies, the company maintains that it is lead “without political bias.”  

Although leaked internal communications and media have shown that the company is lying about its bias, new empirical evidence exists in the form of a study that proves the company’s intent to force its ideology on the consumers that use its search engine.

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