THE GOOD CENSOR: Google Briefing Accused Trump of Spreading ‘Conspiracy Theory’

It’s time to dismantle Google and any other tech company that interferes with Freedom of Speech. They may hide this memo under the pretense ‘internal research’ but my question is why even promote such ideals in the first place? What need is there to research topics that interfere with the Freedom of Speech?

Google is one of those companies that needs to be dismantled, broke apart into pieces and reorganized so that it can abide by the law. They are not the deciders of policy for this nation or the American people. They have no business in determining the legitimacy of free speech. Regardless of their position, beliefs and ideas is irrelevant; they are NOT AN GOVERNING BODY. They are taking this censorship and suppression of free speech to unsafe levels. This will not be tolerated, they will lose and We The People shall be victorious.

It’s time we take the fight to these tech companies and dismantle them. Bye Bye Google leadership, bye bye Facebook leadership and bye bye any other company that interferes with American Virtues. Your days of deciding what is ‘true’ and ‘false’ is at an end; because history will come to understand that you were wrong much more than you were right. Acceptable social norms will collapse when the totality of the Truth is revealed and all those in these current day tech companies will suffer a HUGE reputation hit and will be phased out or restructured in order that transparency, honesty and integrity may once again reign upon this great nation.  

Timothy Frappier

Source: Breitbart

An internal briefing produced by Google and leaked exclusively to Breitbart News portrays President Trump as a conspiracy theorist.

The briefing, titled “The Good Censor,” argues that Google and other tech platforms must abandon their commitment to the “American tradition” of free speech if they wish to continue global expansion and appease advertisers. It can be read in full below.

A Google spokeswoman said the document should be considered internal research, and not an official company position.

According to the briefing itself, it was the product of an extensive process involving “several layers of research,” including expert interviews with MIT Tech Review editor-in-chief Jason Pontin, Atlantic staff writer Franklin Foer, and academic Kalev Leetaru. 35 cultural observers and 7 cultural leaders from seven countries on five continents were also consulted to produce it.

One of the reasons the document cites for alleged public disillusionment with free speech on the web (“users are asking if the openness of the internet should be celebrated after all,” claims the briefing) is the fact that it allows “conspiracy theories” to spread.

The example Google uses to highlight “conspiracy theories” on social media is a 2016 tweet from then-candidate Donald Trump, alleging that Google search suppressed negative results about Hillary Clinton. The example appears on page 49 of the briefing.

At the time, Google said that it suppressed negative autocomplete suggestions about everybody, not just Clinton. But it was comparatively easy to find such autocomplete results when searching for Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump. Independent research from psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein shows that Google searches did indeed favor Clinton in 2016.

The document did not address the fact that the impact of foreign “bots” and propaganda on social media has a negligible impact on voters, according to leading political psychologists.

Read The Good Censor in full below. Alternative download option available here.

The Good Censor – GOOGLE LEAK by on Scribd

Allum Bokhari is the senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News. You can follow him on and add him on Facebook. Email tips and suggestions to


Google Slapped with $2.7b Fine for Rigging Search Results with Monopolistic Algorithms

Source: Natural News 

For seven years, the European regulators have been investigating Google’s business practices and the company’s overarching dominance in searches and smartphones, reports The Guardian. Unlike the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), who opted not to pursue any similar charges in 2013, EU regulators found that Google “artificially and illegally” pushed “its own price comparison service in searches” and slapped a record €2.42bn fine, or $2.7 billion. The ruling also includes demands that Google stop these activities within three months, as well as give an explanation of ” how it will reform its ways.” If they don’t, they could face fines up to €10.6m a day.

Margrethe Vestager, as reported by Bloomberg, is the popular Danish politician in charge of making these decisions as the “EU’s directorate for competition.” She’s been in the ring before with large corporate entities. In late summer of 2016, Vestager was instrumental in ruling that Apple, Inc. pay Ireland $14 billion in back taxes and interest after she concluded that Apple had been granted these benefits illegally. Current cases on her plate include investigations into McDonald’s and Amazon, which are being looked at in their “tax deals with Luxembourg.”

Apple CEO Tim Cook was most displeased by Ms. Vestagers ruling. He called it “total political crap.” Since U.S. Treasury department officials usually get their way, she’s not real popular with them either. They’ve accused her of being a “supranational tax authority.” But the name calling and U.S pressure doesn’t dissuade Vestager from diligent investigation. Her work philosophy holds that maxim that a “well policed economy yields the largest and most widespread benefits for society.”

Google officials disagreed with Ms. Vestager’s assessment of their business practices and were, at first, considering an appeal. But recent comments to CNBC indicate that Google may just pay the fine with the suggestion that an “appeal might not work.” That may be true. After looking at over 1.7 billion searches in the EU investigation, it was evident that those ubiquitous Google algorithms were found to “consistently give prominent placement to its own comparison shopping services.” European business were, in a very visceral way, simply being shut out. Vestager was clear in her decision that EU companies suffered losses due to this unfair dominance:

What Google has done is illegal under EU antitrust rules. It denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate. And most importantly, it denied European consumers a genuine choice of services and the full benefits of innovation.”

Breitbart reports that Vestager has been accused with bias, a charge that she denies. The fine she has imposed against Google is the highest ever, exceeding a $1.9 billion fine handed out in 2009 to chip maker Intel. The fine levied on Google won’t really do much to their bottom line. They are holding $92 billion in cash and an additional $56 billion in various accounts outside of Europe. But the push back against the global technological titan could be a boon for other businesses, and alternate search engines, as well as entities like the Health Ranger Store, which offers a superior line of products, to have a shot at some fair competition.

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Google to Start Labeling True News “False” and Fake News “True” – Algorithm Assumes Official Fake News Sources Always Tell the Truth

Source: Natural News

Who could have imagined that one of the largest media companies on the planet – begun in the United States, where freedom of speech and expression is enshrined in our founding document – would become one of the biggest censors since Nazi Brown Shirts roamed Germany burning books and beating political opponents?

Welcome to Google 2017, where far-Left ideologues who manage the company’s media operations are set to decide what their readers can and cannot see, based solely on political ideology.

As reported by The Guardian, Google – which is following Facebook’s lead – has tweaked its news-gathering algorithm to weed out so-called “fake news” that it claims is spreading “misinformation” via the Internet:

Google is to start displaying fact-checking labels in its search results to highlight news and information that has been vetted and show whether it is considered to be true or false, as part of its efforts to help combat the spread of misinformation and fake news. 

The fact-checking feature, which was first introduced to Google News in the UK and US in October, will now be displayed as an information box in general search results as well as news search results globally.

How will this work? According to the report, there will be small segments of information displayed regarding claims made in certain news reports on particular sites, in addition to so-called fact-checking of the highlighted claims. (RELATED: Google, YouTube waging “demonetization” WAR on alternative media to bankrupt independent journalism)

In other words, if a Google (or Facebook) editor believes the claims to be false – such as, say, a claim by us that there is no evidence to support the Democratic and establishment media narrative that “Russia hacked the election to help Donald Trump,” even if we offer proof in our reporting – that story will be accompanied with a “fake news” label.

The next step, mind you, will be out-and-out censorship, along the lines of what CNN host Don Lemon did last week after the bombshell story broke outing former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice as the one who unmasked Trump campaign and transition team members, for political purposes.

Because he is an Obama sycophant and because he believes the story to be false and a “diversion” from the real story (Trump-Putin “collusion” – which didn’t happen), he made the decision to purposefully ignore it.

Nevertheless, Google and Facebook are defending their decisions to arbitrarily assign ‘fake news’ labels to any stories they don’t like or don’t agree with.

“With thousands of new articles published online every minute of every day, the amount of content confronting people can be overwhelming,” said Cong Yu of Google and Justin Kosslyn from fact-check partner Jigsaw, in a statement. “And unfortunately, not all of it is factual or true, making it hard for people to distinguish fact from fiction. (RELATED:Google To Start Flagging Content Found To Be “Offensive” By Crybully Snowflakes Who Are Triggered By Reality)

“As we make fact checks more visible in search results, we believe people will have an easier time reviewing and assessing these fact checks, and making their own informed opinions.”

Let’s be clear about one thing: There certainly is a fair amount of fake news being published online, but much of it is coming from the Marxist media establishment that includes networks like CNN, as well as legacy newspapers like The New York Times and the Washington Post.

Time and again, in the lead-up to the Nov. 8 election with fake polls showing a massive Hillary Clinton win, to fake news reports claiming Russia used hundreds of websites to spread anti-Clinton propaganda, to the wholly discredited “Russia hacked the election to help Trump” narrative, it’s been the so-called “mainstream media” that has been discredited. But because it shares a far-Left Marxist ideology with the founders of Google and Facebook, the fact-filled alternative media – which regularly publishes reports that diminish Alt-Left Democrats – are the ones regularly punished.

If you seriously want to avoid being duped by the social media giants who now actively censoring real media on their news feeds, bypass them and monitor throughout the day, where truth is always available.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

Google Launches New “Fact Check” “Feature” Built Into Search Engine

Great now we have Google getting into the business of determining what is fact or fiction…. Not cool at all and we shouldn’t have some kind of search engine making these determinations; it should be left to the individual.

This feature is just another facet of the mind control system that has be implemented upon our society. We’re destroying the sense of personal investigation; discovery is meant to be explored in-depth. Using a search engine to discover the Truth isn’t what we should be doing. Dig into the material, find the facts; think your thoughts on given subjects. Don’t be a mindless zombie, find the Truth for yourself.

We cannot give our power away to some fancy computer program or algorithm; we the people(as individuals) are the ones who determine what is fact or fiction. Plus from a certain level all things are true; what may not be true for one person may be true for another. So this whole idea of fact and fiction is heavily dependent upon the idea of polarity. This feature is just another thing to keep us in the land of duality so we keep fighting ourselves and others.

Take the Mandela Effect for example; my Truth is that Vadar said “Luke, I am your father” while the generations right now who watch the movie will know it as “No, I am your father.” You see, reality is much more malleable than we’ve been led to believe and we’re only beginning to start to recognize this Truth. This fact or fiction feature will be used as a means to control public opinion; to mold consensus on what we should believe.

Read: The Rise Of The Mandela Effect – Are You Noticing It?

Take your power back by deciding what it is you believe. Screw Google, screw the mind control and f*ck the system! We the people are the system and if you want to believe whatever it is you wish to; than by all means believe. Because the Truth is your belief doesn’t infringe on anyone. You live in your own reality; molded by yourself and you alone. There is no other-selves in the sense that they are separate from you. You are everything in creation; in existence. By knowing this Truth; by being this Truth you are given the ultimate freedom; the choice to be whatever it is that makes your heart sing.

Fear not what others believe; worry not of their ridicule, for you are perfect no matter what you believe. It doesn’t matter what you do; what you say or what you think; your perfection cannot be tarnished by these illusionary ideas. You are eternal.

Though the programming may seem vast and quite intimidating; it is illusionary at the end of the day. Choose to be the molder of your beliefs; question everything and remain open-minded to new information. That is the key; that is how we shall achieve the Victory. For we don’t exist to be told what is True, we exist to discover the Truth ourselves. Each individual, each person is meant to discover their own Truth. This Truth will be custom tailored for you and it will feel right when it becomes known.

I care deeply for each and every single one of you, which is why I want you to know that you have the power to decide what you believe. So when this feature starts up; remember to think to yourself “Piss off Google; I’ll decide what I believe from my own personal investigation and inquiry.” Turn it off if you can; that’s what I plan to do.

“Let he who is willing to search for the Truth be granted the awareness of that which is within oneself.”

Timothy Frappier

Source: We Are Change

Today Google, launches it’s new “Fact Check” feature! This will add a label on your new search results showing whether the article is fact or fiction. In Googles, own words they hope to

“shine a light on it’s efforts to divide fact from fiction.”


Google’s Head of News, Richard Gingras, added the feature will “help readers find fact checking in large news stories”.

“You’ll see the tagged articles in the expanded story box on and in the Google News & Weather iOS and Android apps, starting with the US and the UK,”

~Richard Gingras, Google’s head of news, said.

Google will determine whether a fact check is needed for a news story based off user submissions to review the story for a factual analysis.

There are many other “Fact checking sites” available but the problem often is political bias takes over the factual information. Take, for example, run by a husband and wife, not an investigation team, but a married couple that uses search engines to “fact check.”

Very often, I have visited snopes to look up stories and come to find they left out important information or details altogether and try to direct an angle to debunk a claim of information.

That’s why I recommend, if you do have the time, to look into something yourself, that way no one can tell you what to think, leaving out information to serve their own agenda debunking. If you are going to debunk something it should be a clean debunk, proving your point and shouldn’t require the deception of your audience leaving out information.

At that point ones own intentions have to be questioned, and whether the person is purposefully spreading disinformation knowingly covering up or avoiding information.

JTRIG or paid online trolls/shills exist, employed by various contracting companies to lie  like Snowden revealed. But paid online trolls, were exposed before Snowden first revealed publicly when Monsanto was found using Blackwater trolls to troll Anti-Gmo activist online.

Google has been accused of shilling for Hillary the entire election season, even censoring search results on Hillary Clinton. How can we trust Google with fact checking information when it’s too busy shielding Hillary Clinton from going to prison? Manipulating auto-complete search results for Hillary, blocking out Hillary scandal search query results and more. Did I mention Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt is funding Hillary Clinton’s campaign? That’s not bias at all to censor negative search results of your candidate?

Schmidt responded to the allegations by claiming Google does not support any candidate for president. “We have not taken a position on the American election and nor do I expect us to,” Schmidt said.

Despite Schmidt, individually himself providing funding to The Groundwork, a data startup that provides “services” to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Which The Groundwork fails to disclose any information on its data services it offers and only displays an ominous logo. But “The Groundwork” has done services for Hillary Clinton and her campaign totaling up to $600,000 according to tax filings.

Yet again, recently leaked Wikileaks Podesta emails show Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, exposed that he had setup meetings to meet with the Clinton campaign’s Cheryl Mills and Robby Mook despite publicly claiming, “Google had not taken a position on the American election and nor do I expect us to.” Meaning Google, might not have but it’s executive chairman has taken a clear position shown by the other companies he is involved in.

This comes as social media networks have began shadow banning and suspending users to filter out content they deem undesirable for their networks. Listen to the interview I just did with Andrew Torba GAB.AI, CEO where Andrew says that “Big Social” is censoring users for their big stock holders as well as selling user information like birth dates and phone numbers. Google also owns Google+ which is Google’s own social media network. Will Google do evil and censor and label politically scandalous content or content that could harm the government as fiction? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think about Google taking it upon themselves to “fact check.”