Bill Gates may be the worst thing that ever happened to IT. He had a talent for manufacturing crappy software, and his lawyer father—a founding partner of the law firm Preston, Gates & Ellis—had a talent for skirting laws and beating down (or buying out) the competition.
From Microsoft and Preston, Gates & Ellis, the two con men expanded their empire to include the Gates Foundation and genetically modified food.
In comparison, Google seemed quiet, shy, and maybe even good. It started out in the shadow of Microsoft, and its motto was a wholesome “Do No Evil.” While Microsoft focused on crappy software, Google poured its energies into search engine technology, online advertising, cloud computing, computer software, quantum computing, e-commerce, artificial intelligence, and consumer electronics.
However, Google can’t hide the skeletons in its closet forever. It ranks alongside Microsoft as one of the most powerful and corrupt high-tech corporations in the world.
Today, Google LLC is considered one of the Big Five American information technology companies, alongside Amazon, Apple, Meta, and Microsoft. It has been referred to as the “most powerful company in the world” and one of the world’s most valuable brands due to its market dominance.
Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both Jews. And if you thought two Jews wallowing in all that money and power could live up to their company’s motto, you were wrong.
Google’s misdeeds have been making news for years, and they keep on growing, along with climate change.
Forget the Soviet Union; Google may be the best example of Orwellian surveillance ever. At the same time, Google works with Facebook and other social networks to censor our news and views. During the coronavirus pandemic, people who discussed COVID conspiracy theories often found themselves victims of the “cancel culture” that is championed by Google and its allies. Screw free speech.
Of course, conspiracy theories that are approved by Big Brother are widely advertised by Google, which can also be considered a multi-national branch of the media.
Over the years, Google has gone beyond ignoring my websites. It has actually inserted some incredibly putrid editorial comments in its search results, and it has actively tried to destroy, or at least impair, at least one of my websites.
After I published my book What Is Conspiracy, pirated versions began popping up on Google, Twitter (another site owned by the Jews), and SoundCloud. When I type “What Is Conspiracy” + “David Blomstrom” into the search engine DuckDuckGo, I get solid results. However, when I type those same terms into Google, pirated versions of my book are listed among the top ten hits.
Type “conspiracy science” into Google, and you won’t have a clue to the existence of my book Conspiracy Science. Again, DuckDuckGo returns results that are very credible. Google even appears to be censoring my non-political websites.
So I’m now locked into an intriguing contest pitting me against Google. Can my websites (and books) succeed without Google? My weapons include DuckDuckGo and other search engines, advertising, word of mouth, and my writing and design skills. I’m making very slow progress, but I do appear to be pulling ahead.
Google vs China ˆ
However, pissing on ordinary citizens is hardly Google’s only game. In fact, it may be a major player in the United States’ trade war against China.
The Chinese corporation Huawei may be a major competitor, in particular. Huawei’s software program Harmony competes with Google’s Android. Even more intriguing is Huawei’s search engine, Petal, which could challenge Google head on.
When I typed the search terms mentioned above into Petal Search, the results decidedly different—not as good as DuckDuckGo, but better than Google. I’m going to make increasing use of both Petal and DuckDuckGo and will offer them continuing feedback and promote them on my websites.
Global positioning is widely used by the U.S. military, and government sponsored terrorists can similarly make use of Google Earth. However, they are now facing a stiff challenge from China’s BeiDou navigation satellite system.
So whose side do you think Google will be on if Uncle Sam’s trade war transforms into World War III?
That’s easy; did you know Google has an office in the Pentagon? Just recently, Google began making headlines after Google and Amazon workers began protesting both companies’ $1.2 billion artificial intelligence contract with Israel. The U.S. military industrial complex is bad enough without adding Israel and artificial intelligence to the mix. This is scary stuff.
What I wrote above barely scratches the surface. An enterprising individual could probably write an encyclopedia about the skeletons in Google’s closet.
If you want a bird’s-eye view, continue monitoring my websites in Google, DuckDuckGo, and other websites as you wait for my book Jewgle.