That insider at Google tells precisely what everybody suspected about the mega corporation. The company is not objective and impartial. It has a political bias that is left-wing and Democrat. The management at Google is ready to do anything they can to prevent President Trump from being re-elected. In the process of doing so, they are censoring conservatives and right-wingers across all of their platforms. A must-see.
We are governed by very dangerous individuals. They impose on the people technologies that are very harmful to nature, to animals and to humans. They impose on us not only vaccines that may give cancer but also electromagnetic devices that may cause all kind of health problems on top of cancer itself, as if it wasn’t bad enough already. During WWII, in Germany and Italy, we saw the merging of the state with corporations, in a political philosophy that we called ‘fascism’. The system that we have today is a lot worse than fascism, since now it is the corporations that run the show and the governments simply move along. Whatever the corporations decide is good enough for the state. So as long as something is profitable, as long as there is a gravy train to ride, the corporations will push it and the governments, for the sake of elections, expediency or competition, will simply rubber-stamp it to show off some success to the public. There is a lot of very good material presented in that movie. Among the many highlights, a few ones deserve our immediate attention. Around 40:30 minutes in the documentary, Dr David O. Carpenter very astutely comments that the problem with the smart meters is not really that they communicate with the electric utilities. We are told that it happens only a few times an hour. The real problem, he says, is that smart meters generate radio-frequency fields and that those fields are created almost continuously. In other terms, the danger with the smart meters comes not from the signal itself that is going out of the meters but rather from the fields surrounding them. Around 45 minutes and 49 minutes, some of the health effects recorded by scientists are shown in relation with the strength of the signal. Around 55 minutes, Dr Frank H. Springob describes the effects of exposure to a smart meter in the blood cells of human subjects. Around 57:30 minutes, Dr Dietrich Klinghardt presents the results of a study that shows that there is a link between microwave radiation and autism. Please take the time to watch that terrific movie and spread the word about the danger of radio-frequency radiation.
These interviews presented on Secure Freedom Radio look into some of the hottest topics presently involving Communist China, the United States and the rest of the world. Among other subjects, Huawei’s lawsuit against the U.S. government, the expansion of Huawei and its links with the Chinese government and army, China’s port facilities expansion, the tension in the South China Sea, the trade war between the U.S. and China, the use of american technology to conduct espionage, are discussed. Don’t miss that.
I always thought that Apple was different from the ‘other’ Big Tech companies. I thought that, since their machines are difficult to hack, are more secure, more stable, they were on our side…Maybe I was wrong. In this video, Alex Jones brings some interesting facts about Apple that should raise a few red flags, so to speak. The company seems to become more and more friendly with communist China and they are not alone. We know that Google has adapted some of it practices and technologies to please the power elite in China, such as the development of a search engine that will allow the government to censor what people can see and find. Also, communist China has begun implementing a system of ‘social credit score’ by which individuals are rated in society in regard to everything they might say or do. These moves by Big Tech companies such as Apple and Google are frightening. They are showing that they are beginning to act as if China was the new number one superpower of the world. One wonders if they consider themselves de facto ‘Chinese’ companies now. They certainly behave as if they were. Tim Cook utilizes the word ‘curate’ during interviews to describe Apple’s mission. Alex Jones brings the proximity of that word with the word ‘cauterize’, which is very interesting and relevant. It seems that the CEOs of our Big Tech companies have capitulated to the communist Chinese. I don’t know if Tim Cook is the most dangerous living person in the world but the facts that are brought here are very frightening and don’t bode well for the future. After the video, you will find an article by Gordon Chang summarizing the rise of totalitarianism in China.
In order, Vincent James, Daniel Frändelöv and Frank Espinoza adress this very important issue with Red Ice TV host, Henrik Palmgren.
This week’s shooting at Youtube was certainly a very tragic and sad event. Curiously, the media has not talked about it a lot, for reasons that are still unclear. Personally, to the contrary, I think that this very sad event presents us with a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the ways to take back control of the steering wheel of our numerous electronic platforms and devices.
So let me plunge right in by saying that Big Tech companies have gone way too far in the way they handle our personal information, in the way they are tracking us 24/7 and in the way they treat their «users». Since these companies are american ones, it is the responsibility of the U.S. government to make sure that they comply with the most basic values and principles of the United States. That is why I think that the time has come to give these Big Tech companies the status of public utilities, in the same category as the phone, the gas and the electricity. Electronic services have become so entrenched in our lives that now it is impossible for anyone to live and function without them. I know that President Trump is not keen on regulation. However, there are circumstances where regulation is the only solution. Social media and internet companies are absolutely incapable of minding their own stores. They don’t have the discipline, the clear-eye that is necessary to do that and most especially, until now, they had a de facto carte blanche to do whatever they wanted. This has got to stop. Presently, this is the far west in the world of electronics. Anything goes. Regulation seems to me like the only solution because, if we wait for these companies to come with some sort of arrangement, they never will.
The other thing is what I would call the burden of proof. Presently, the burden of proof is on the shoulders or the «users». Users have to behave in a way that is more and more in line with political correctness, diversity and the agenda of the Left in general. Companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google/Youtube, Apple can terminate your account or your monetization at any time arbitrarily for any reason and you can’t appeal their decision. They have the absolute power over you…because their services are free. Users don’t pay for the service so they are at the complete mercy of these companies and their will. In a normal business relationship, the burden of proof is on the shoulders of the service provider, the company, and it has to please its clientele, which are called not «users» but «customers». The words we use are important. If you are a customer a service provider will have no other choice but to respect your rights and give you satisfaction if the company wants to keep your monthly fee coming in every month. That’s why it is imperative that we start paying for the use of these platforms. It is only this way that we will ever be respected. If millions of people give, let’s say, 25 dollars a month each for their Facebook, Google, Twitter or Apple accounts, it is unlikely that these corporations would suspend or terminate any accounts because there is language used that is not politically correct or opinions that are not approved. They would simply keep going and let the police handle the very heavy cases. Also, the status of public utilities given to these companies would also protect customers against arbitrary decisions to cancel or suspend accounts. Of course, they could still terminate accounts for non-payment but in order to terminate accounts for other reasons, it is reasonable to envision that would be required by law to present their case before a judge in a court of law in order to protect the rights of the customers. And obviously, everything that I have said above also apply to smartphones, since they connect to the internet and record a great quantity of information on theirs users.
You must have heard many times the popular expression that says that «he who pays calls the shots». It was true ten thousand years and it is still true today. Since a couple of years, we have seen a number of conservative voices, bloggers and activists being censored, de-platformed, demonetized, etc. It would never have happened if they had been customers instead of just «users» and, on top of that, it would never have been possible in the first place if the companies had been required, by law, to abide by the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as I have said above. How the protections granted by the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights could be extended to citizens living outside the U.S. will certainly be a very difficult and long legal challenge. Because, in the current situation, it is too easy for the totalitarian states of the world to use our Big Tech companies against us. We are defenseless since these corporations have adopted a business model that makes them perfect tools to attack and undermine our societies. Why should these Big Tech companies do dirty tricks on behalf of China, Russia, North Korea while they could defend and uphold our values and civilization instead? It is not the communists and the terrorists who are kicked out of social media. It is the conservatives and right-wingers. Don’t you see what is going on? I will leave you will a short video of Project Veritas, the fourth part of the Twitter series. It last only two minutes but it says it all.