December 2022
December 8, 2022

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Google: “We Don’t Bias Our Results” …LOL.

Sometimes you just have to laugh out loud.

Especially when you hear the world’s largest spying agencies (Google, FB, Twitter, etc.) claim that they’re unbiased.

That’s like saying the FBiased, CIA, NSA, and the 14 other government funded snooping agencies don’t have a massive data base on everything we do.


In 1999, Sun Microsystem CEO, Scott McNealy was famously quoted saying: “You have zero privacy anyway, Get over it.”

It’s ironic, isn’t it, that tech giants (like Sun, Intel, Microsoft, etc.) make software that “protects your privacy” yet they even admit that privacy doesn’t exist anymore?

Now, about Google’s recent “We don’t bias our results” comment, I want you to try something simple.

Google the word “idiot” and click on the image tab.

Then, go to the search engine and do the exact same thing.

Go ahead.  I’ll wait.

See the difference?

Google shows images (90%) of Trump.

If the “idiot” example isn’t the most glaring example of political bias then I don’t know what is.

Here’s the problem.

These hypocrites have been conditioning us to believe that they are unbiased sources of information.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

To further illustrate this point, consider the following:  White House records show that Google had visited the Obama White House over 230 times in seven years.


I wonder how many times they’ve visited since Trump took office?

Don’t let these realities freak you out.

The genius of mankind always creates alternatives (as long as it operates in a free market).

The next generation of social media companies is alive and gaining traction.

Learn more about them (HERE).

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