Google Is Evil

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Well, this comes as little surprise.  From Breitbart:

A video recorded by Google shortly after the 2016 presidential election reveals an atmosphere of panic and dismay amongst the tech giant’s leadership, coupled with a determination to thwart both the Trump agenda and the broader populist movement emerging around the globe.

The video is a full recording of Google’s first all-hands meeting following the 2016 election (these weekly meetings are known inside the company as “TGIF” or “Thank God It’s Friday” meetings). Sent to Breitbart News by an anonymous source, it features co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai. It can be watched in full above. It can and should be watched in full above in order to get the full context of the meeting and the statements made.

It was reported earlier this week that Google tried to boost turnout among the Latino population to help Hillary Clinton, only to be dismayed as the usually solid Democratic voting bloc switched to the GOP in record numbers. This video shows a similar level of dismay among Google’s most high-profile figures.

Go here to read the rest.  Google basically was giving massive support to Hillary Clinton, a completely illegal, unacknowledged campaign contribution.  Donald Trump often stated that the political game in this country has become rigged.  He didn’t know the half of it.  The lords of social media view the rest of us as serfs, and are dismayed when we get uppity and go against their will.  Time to break up companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter.  They pose a standing threat to any semblance of democracy.


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  1. “just wish there were other search engines to use:”

    First result of, yes, a Google search:

    Before we go too far down the path of seeking to regulate Google, Facebook, et al (not that Don proposed that, but others have) keep in mind that if we were to treat them as regulated utilities we’d also have to grant them monopoly franchises. Regulation is not the answer. Antitrust considerations might be in play, though I’m not certain we’re there yet.

    (Typed on my Chrome browser, which is linked to my Android phone.)

  2. Go here to read the rest. Google basically was giving massive support to Hillary Clinton, a completely illegal, unacknowledged campaign contribution.

    The media do that as a matter of course. Then partisan Democrats turn around and whine about Citizens United. I’ve begun to think the Democratic Party is simply a collecting pool for people who are childish by nature.

  3. As Paul Zummo pointed out, it’s not just search engines–there’s Bing, search conservative, duckduck go, amongst many. But it’s Google operating systems and browsers: Chrome, Android, google docs…. And a boycott doesn’t accomplish anything even if it makes one feel good.

  4. The CFO’s religion is obvious & it is liberalism.

    As for search engines, I switched years ago to Bing. You get used to it within a couple of weeks because it’s just as good as Google. In fact, their ‘Image’ Search is not only better than Google’s, it’s superior to it.

    I also like to use DuckDuckGo sometimes. It’s just as good almost all the time. Their feature is that they don’t track your searches, ie, collect your information into a database and then sell it.

  5. Google propaganda is redundant. The public schools and colleges/universities [enemy-controlled territory] have mis-educated sufficient tens of millions of useless idiots and the Republic is doomed.

    If you don’t “google” you are uninformed. If you “google,” you are misinformed.

    CAM, If you haven’t grown up by 60, you don’t need to. Words to live by. I’ll be 68 in November.

  6. I have no interest in Facebook or twitter whatsoever. I think their time is up (but I think Instagram is owned by Facebook, and it is so very popular- I’ll stand corrected on the ownership).

    But I can’t live without Google. My daughters school uses (Google) Chrome and Bing and although she likes the latter search engine, I find it difficult to use. So they have the monopoly in that Chrome is owned by Google anyway.

    I feel it would be like throwing the baby out with the bath water by boycotting Google because it is a very good search engine.

    I guess the laws need to enforce the transparency of political donations. And at the end of the day, the people voted for Trump, not Facebook or Twitter or Google. So what does it matter – in the words of the delusional Hillary. She really needs to find a hobby soon.

  7. There’s plenty of reason to say Google is evil, but this is not a particularly good one. As it happens, I disagree with their politics, but then I don’t agree with the embrace of Trump as some sort of champion of conservatives, much less of God (he is emphatically neither), nor can I agree with those who see the Republican Party as reliably being on the side of the (holy) angels. But it is better to allow them to disagree with me than to forbid it. A more serious issue is that too many Americans uncritically accept whatever is most constantly or most conveniently presented to them. We should not be naive and believe that Google is really interested in truth any more than we should believe that Coca-cola is really interested in public health.

  8. Are people here seriously suggesting that the remedy to Google’s bias is to trust MICROSOFT?!?!?!? Maybe you also realize McDonald’s is making you fat, so you switch to Burger King?

  9. Boycotting does nothing. Absolutely zilch. Really it doesn’t. And you have to beleive that the bigger and higher something grows, the harder and faster the fall. Everything that goes up must come down. So let Google ride its wave for now…until something better and hotter comes along. And it will. In the meantime, take advantage of its convenience. You owe it no respect.

  10. T. Shaw, were you referring to me or to C MATT:
    Friday, September 14, AD 2018
    “c matt . .
    I don’t want to grow up, I’m a Democrat Lib . . . .”

  11. Does anyone else notice how Google has taken the rude and crude approach of Herr Goebbels and updated and and made it much slicker and opaque? The Reichmeister of propaganda would be so pleased at the method of getting out the message without being obvious.

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