"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Google attacks freedom of Internet speech

Watch only Google "approved" videos
Google is on the warpath against the 
alternative Internet media

By Gary;

For a brief moment in time the dream of a free Internet existed. No more.

We see Internet providers spying on their customers for governments.  In Europe the providers are censoring social media speech that is against immigration.

The crack down on your mind is picking up steam as the multinational Internet corporations work hand-in-hand with governments, and governments do not like criticism.

Google Censorship

In my case The Federalist Blog is a Google platform.  A few weeks ago I started to notice that my internal administrative Google search for YouTube was not pulling up videos.

I have been posting alternative media YouTube videos on my blog for years.  Now I see videos from Alex Jones, War Leaks, Pat Condell and others are being blocked by Google.

Google (which owns YouTube) is trying to prevent the easy posting of news content that might compete with the Corporate Elites or criticize the policies governments.

The noose is slowly tightening on Internet free speech.  It is only a matter of time until blogs like mine are cancelled for violating some nebulous "community standards" guidelines. But until then I plan to speak out.

Google Censorship
I took these images from the YouTube site War Leaks. I have posted many War Leaks videos on The Federalist Blog.  Now my internal Google blog search for videos from War Leaks is blocked.  Google has blocked their content and that of other "non-approved" sites.
Google only wants you see view the images that they want you to see.
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Frightened of Freedom
The corrupt Elites of the world have always been frightened to death of the free flow of information.  The newest target for censorship is the Internet.

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