June 28, 2019
Yes, goyim, the most powerful company that has ever existed in the history of the world, which is run by two Russian Jews and an Indian immigrant, has been repeatedly caught saying they are going to manipulate our elections.
But what you really need to be worried about is Russians posting shitty memes on Facebook.
Because Google truly understands the core values of American democracy: “Orange man bad.”
An exhaustive “how-to” guide for Google employees who’d like to protest but don’t know how has been leaked by Project Veritas, further destroying the company’s claims it is apolitical after the leak of an incriminating video.
Titled “The Beginner’s Guide to Protesting (#GooglersUnite),” the document instructs burgeoning activists in everything from protest chants to proper protesting attire. Its stated purpose is to “ensure that everyone feels comfortable and pumped about Resist@Google.com marches/protests” – suggesting that such activism was not only encouraged by Google but also backed by the company, using company resources.
While it’s unclear how extensively the document was circulated inside Google, the use of company email to organize protests and the fact that ready-to-print protest signs were stored on company servers appear to directly contradict Google’s protestations that the company is ideologically neutral. It clearly refers to multiple protests – employees are advised to “debrief afterwards with firstname.lastname@example.org” to discuss what could be “improved for next time.”
The document lists example slogans employees might use on their protest signs, including “No Ban No Wall,”“Refugees Welcome,”“Resist,”“#GooglersUnite,” and “Don’t Be Evil,” the increasingly ironic motto Google quietly discarded during a 2015 reorganization. It even offers a list of possible chants, similarly geared toward opposing immigration restrictions, with the admonition that “there’s nothing more sad than when a protest looks like a quiet group of folks hobbling through the streets.” Thus Google is not just encouraging employees to protest, but telling them what to protest.
While CEO Sundar Pichai has insisted “we do not bias our products to favor any political agenda,” Googler Jen Gennai was caught on hidden camera discussing how the company was working to prevent another “Trump situation” in 2020, and another employee was filmed explaining how the company’s Orwellian “fairness” algorithm alters search results to correct reality’s “bias,” in a video released earlier this week by Project Veritas. That video was removed from YouTube, which is owned by Google, due to a “privacy claim by a third party.”
The protest email, along with another email leaked by Project Veritas this week in which the company’s “transparency and ethics” group suggests content by popular conservative channels PragerU, Jordan Peterson, and Ben Shapiro should be disabled from YouTube’s suggestion feature because they are “nazis,” belies Pichai’s protestations, as well as Gennai’s insistence that she was merely goaded into using “imprecise language” in the leaked video.
PragerU and Ben Shapiro are both Jewish, and Jordan Peterson is a Jewish shill. We’re already at the point where Jews and their shills are being censored by Google.
As far as the employees of Google are concerned, this is just their “Tikkun Olam” to stop the bad orange man. But it certainly isn’t going to go away when bad orange man goes away.
Good orange man
Bad orange man
Basically, the internet is gone and it’s never coming back, and Silicon Valley is just going to decide the results of our elections until the US collapses.
Everyone really needs to get real familiar with Tor. Because it is going to be the only place you can access anything interesting in the very near future. The Daily Stormer is already on Tor and we will be there forever:
Other sites will be on there too, I’m sure.
For those who don’t know, it’s basically a second internet, where the whole thing is encrypted and decentralized and impossible to censor. We’ve been on it since they first stole dailystormer.com nearly two years ago, and in those two years, the progress the service has made is incredible.
I now access this site exclusively through Tor.
And it really isn’t that big of a deal.
They have their own browser for the desktop, and many different options for Android and iOS.
It is also totally private, something which is going to become more and more of a concern in the very near future as America and the West become even more brutally authoritarian.
Really, it’s a good thing that so many people are getting censored so aggressively, as it is causing people to pour money into Tor development. Everyone sees what’s coming now.