In mid-September 2019, Specifically Liberty began publishing a video interview with Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies.1 The interview is damaged into 4 components, all of which have been included in a playlist additional under.
Within the featured video above, Vorhies and Maryam Henein, a journalist and useful medication advisor, talk about Google’s suppression of pure well being info from holistic well being websites similar to Mercola.com with Sayer Ji, founding father of Greenmedinfo.com — one other sufferer of Google’s censorship.
I additionally just lately interviewed Vorhies for almost two hours and can launch that extremely detailed video within the close to future. In it, he discusses the ways Google used to intimidate him into submission after they discovered he had was a whistleblower.
In a latest article, Henein, maybe finest recognized for guiding the documentary movie, “The Vanishing of the Bees,” writes:2
“Google has turn out to be the digital Thought Police for well being content material, tampering and manipulating info, and shadow banning well being professionals and unbiased journalists …
I had the glory to interview 39-year-old Zach Vorhies, who served as Senior Software program Engineer at Google/YouTube for 8.5 years … He’s Google’s Snowden. He’s a hero in my e-book.
And when you use Google, YouTube, Gmail, and many others you’re being impacted. Vorhies turned whistleblower, releasing a cache of inside paperwork illustrating that Google is NOT a dependable supply of data.”
New President Marked a Flip at Google
In response to Vorhies, modifications at Google first grew to become noticeable in 2016, after Donald Trump was elected President of america.
“Earlier than Trump gained, Google had this mission assertion to arrange the world’s info and making it universally accessible and helpful,” Vorhies says.
“After Trump gained, they mentioned ‘Properly, Donald Trump gained due to pretend information and Russia hacking the election, so what we have to do is … defend our customers from pretend information; we have to defend our customers from the damaging results of Russian trolls and bots.”
It didn’t take lengthy earlier than Google bought into the enterprise of filtering out what it thought of “pretend information.” Nevertheless, as identified by Vorhies, “What precisely is pretend information?”
Perusing the community obtainable to all full-time Google staff, he found a PowerPoint presentation describing what Google deemed pretend information, and among the many examples, he discovered information studies of occasions that had, in reality, occurred. In different phrases, they weren’t made up occasions, and subsequently, logically, couldn’t be categorized as pretend information tales.
The invention led Vorhies to marvel, “Are they attempting to filter pretend information or are they attempting to filter precise information by slandering it as pretend information?” As he continued digging, he found the existence of a then-secret program known as “Machine Studying Equity.”3
Machine Studying Equity — The Alteration of Actuality
In response to Vorhies, this program was slated to be “unleashed onto the world” with out anybody’s information. He additionally claims Google engaged in a deception marketing campaign to ensure individuals wouldn’t discover out about it.
“Mission Dragonfly” — a totally pretend mission — was a part of this deception marketing campaign, he says. Its sole objective was to distract the general public from Machine Studying Equity.
The extra he discovered about Machine Studying Equity, the extra terrified he bought. In response to Vorhies, “even when the search outcomes mirrored precise actuality,” this system claimed “it may possibly nonetheless symbolize algorithmic unfairness,” which might justify “product intervention.”
“In different phrases, what they’re saying is that if actuality is unfair, then they’re going to alter the character of actuality with a purpose to make it honest and simply,” Vorhies says. He attracts parallels between the Machine Studying Equity program and various basic books warning about how a totalitarian regime can take over by seizing management of what constitutes “political correctness” and certainly the general narrative of “actuality” itself.
By 2017, Vorhies had collected some 950 pages of Google paperwork, which paint a complete image of what’s actually occurring. You could find all of these paperwork on the Mission Veritas’ web site,4 underneath classes similar to “censorship,” “politics,” “pretend information” and “psychological analysis.”
As soon as Vorhies found that Google was deleting phrases from its Arabic to English translation dictionary, thereby making one among President Trump’s tweets (which included the Arabic phrase “covfefe”) seem as pure gobbledygook,5,6 he realized Google was utterly uncontrolled.
The dearth of wise translation of that phrase ultimately led to media articles7 accusing the president of madness, which might be trigger for having him faraway from workplace.
“[Google] is actually utilizing magic to govern the data panorama of our tradition, to take away a president that was elected by a democracy.”8 “This was greater than bias, this was now a nationwide safety subject,” Vorhies says.9 That’s when he determined to launch the paperwork he’d amassed to legislation enforcement, the general public and media, to present us all “a final likelihood to course appropriate.”
The Rise of ‘Technofascism’
As famous by Henein, “Google has turn out to be a digital thought police” — simply as described in chilling element in George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984.”
“A part of technofascism is to confuse individuals so their sense of reminiscence is altered,” Henein says. “They don’t know what’s actual and what’s not actual. We’re now residing in complicated occasions with pretend information and various info, and that’s all a part of it.”
Vorhies agrees, saying the last word plan is to make you doubt your personal reminiscence and thus train you to show to the established authorities to be taught “the info,” which might be no matter is taken into account finest within the second. As Orwell wrote in “1984,” “The previous was erased, the erasure was forgotten, the lie grew to become fact.”10 That, in a nutshell, is precisely what Google is doing proper at this second.
So, who’s behind this rise of “technofascism”? Henein suspects Large Pharma has a hand in it, contemplating the truth that drug promoting is a significant revenue heart for Google, and the truth that various and holistic information websites have been actively shadow banned, to the place you possibly can not discover them in Google’s search outcomes.
Certainly, the visitors to my very own website from Google has dropped by 99.9% since its June 3, 2019, broad core replace.11 Vorhies agrees, mentioning that the drug business by and huge personal the very organizations which can be selling issues which can be recognized to be dangerous to well being, be it fluoride, mercury amalgam fillings, one-size-fits-all vaccine insurance policies, sugar or junk meals.
Google Is Selling Sickness for Revenue
The straightforward actuality is that typical well being care is a for-profit enterprise and as such it is determined by repeat clients. There’s no cash in wellness. The cash is in power illness.
Selling illness prevention and low- or no-cost therapies will not be a part of the drug business’s agenda — it’s diametrically against and a direct competitor to it. As famous by Vorhies, what we’re seeing is the creation of a man-made demand for services and products that aren’t in our greatest curiosity.
In the meantime, there are numerous of examples of cheap lifestyle-based methods placing critical illnesses into remission, but you by no means hear about them as a result of, as Vorhies factors out, “Large Pharma is colluding with Google to close down these counter-narratives.” In an October 2, 2019, article12 in The Epoch Occasions, Henein writes:
“What if I advised you that social media platforms are manipulating you, steering you towards well being info that they assume is correct, somewhat than letting you consider content material for your self?
Accredited professionals … who stand for well being freedom … are shedding posting privileges, getting banned or buried, discovering themselves deranked, and getting digitally assassinated. Content material is actually disappearing from the web together with our well being decisions. It sounds conspiratorial as a result of it’s.”
Vorhies goes a step additional, saying:13
“The censorship that’s being utilized to various well being is nothing lower than demonic. That will appear excessive, however I’ve been following the happenings within the new cures which can be being suppressed.
On the identical time, institution, massive company pharma web sites like WebMD are monopolizing the primary web page of outcomes. What’s terrifying is that many of those institution medical articles touchdown on the primary web page don’t also have a acknowledged writer and make assertions which can be contradicted by science.”
Google Autosuggestions Reveal the Agenda
If you happen to’re nonetheless confused about which approach Google is leaning in relation to sure subjects, all it’s important to do is take a look at its auto full characteristic. This can be a record of “instructed” searches that pops up if you kind in a number of key phrases.
In her Epoch Occasions article,14 Henein reveals a display shot of a Google search carried out on September 1, 2019, beginning with the phrases “dietary supplements are.” The record of autosuggestions contained nothing however negative-biased searches, similar to:
- Dietary supplements are unhealthy
- Dietary supplements are ineffective
- Dietary supplements usually are not regulated
- Dietary supplements are harmful
- Dietary supplements are scams
This can be a very efficient approach to unfold propaganda and manipulate individuals, as most imagine that these outcomes are what others are typing into the search engine. This manner, they’re result in imagine all of the unfavorable and ludicrous attributes being connected to dietary supplements. Apparently they haven’t but rigged the outcomes for my identify as they solely show benign phrases like:
So, ask your self, who would possibly profit from individuals in all places believing dietary dietary supplements are ineffective at finest and harmful at worst? This auto-completion was populated with search phrases primarily based on what individuals have been truly looking for, however not anymore.
Now it’s simply one other social engineering machine by Google’s self-proclaimed “thought police” that has no foundation in goal actuality. It’s in reality a part of the Machine Studying Equity program.
What’s worse, hacking of the autocomplete operate can be going down, Vorhies warns in his American Thought Leaders’ interview15 (under), and this turns into actually insidious, as individuals nonetheless imagine these autosuggestions are a mirrored image of what’s being looked for. By primarily faking “public consensus,” the pretend autosuggestions can have a big but hidden affect over individuals’s opinion.
Google Seeks to Management Political Panorama
Well being isn’t the one actuality narrative Google is attempting to reshape, nevertheless. One of many paperwork launched by Vorhies, “Information Blacklist Web site for Google Now,”16 lists lots of of internet sites that Google has singled out for elimination from its Google Feed (beforehand Google Now), a majority of that are political and monetary investment-type websites.
Nevertheless, false narratives are pumped out to make you mistrust those that level on the market’s one thing askew with Google’s political meddling. Henein writes:17
“Take, for example, this quote on ThinkProgress regarding proof of Google’s preferential leanings:
‘What seems to be occurring is that some conservatives are massively distorting tech firms’ makes an attempt to guard in opposition to international election interference or limit the distribution of hateful views, stirring up conspiracy theories that the businesses are demonstrating blanket bias in opposition to conservatives.’
Nonsense. Don’t imagine that the algorithmic modifications are being made solely to guard you from one other ‘rigged’ election or to save lots of you from 4 extra years of Trump. And don’t imagine that tech firms haven’t been allowed to cross a line. This can be a good instance of each a purple herring and a false narrative.”
In actual fact, in June 2019, Mission Veritas revealed an undercover video recording through which Jen Gennai, Google’s head of accountable innovation, admits the corporate is attempting to forestall “the subsequent Trump scenario.”18
Google’s Energy to Shift Elections
Does Google actually have the ability to shift an election? Gennai definitely appears to imagine they do, as does Vorhies and lots of others. I believe there’s not a single firm in existence that would affect elections as successfully and unobtrusively as Google.
On this American Thought Leaders’ video by The Epoch Occasions, Vorhies is featured together with Greg Coppola, one other Google whistleblower, and Robert Epstein, former editor of Psychology At present, launched as “a number one knowledgeable on Google search engine bias.”
On this interview, Vorhies explains but different methods through which Google is complicit in censoring people. For instance, he explains how third events can eradicate undesirable gamers by electronic mail account spoofing, ensuing within the elimination of the goal particular person’s account.
In response to Vorhies, it is a easy “bug” that may be mounted just by tweaking the bogus intelligence liable for the monitoring of spam. But Google choses to depart the gate open. Vorhies suspects that is precisely what occurred to 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard.
“It’s not simply Google censoring. They’ve bought this difficult system of believable deniability,” Vorhies says. How does this potential to take an individual offline connect with Google’s potential to affect elections? Vorhies explains:
“The elections are all about whether or not somebody has free, open and equal entry to the channels of data distribution. So, if Tulsi Gabbard is being knocked offline, and different politicians are being knocked offline, then that’s de facto election interference.
And it’s being carried out by these entities that aren’t registering as lobbyists. So, we’ve bought these tech monopolies which can be appearing as unregistered lobbyists which can be making selections and giving insiders info on take down targets. That’s primarily what’s occurring. Google is permitting democracy to be hacked.”
Skilled on Google Bias Weighs In
By June 2016, Google bias knowledgeable Epstein was already scorching on Google’s path, penning an article19 for U.S. Information, titled “The New Censorship.”
“How did Google turn out to be the web’s censor and grasp manipulator, blocking entry to hundreds of thousands of internet sites?” the article asks, mentioning, “The corporate maintains at the very least 9 totally different blacklists that affect our lives, typically with out enter or authority from any exterior advisory group, business affiliation or authorities company.”
Within the American Thought Leaders’ interview, Epstein stresses the significance of paperwork leaked by Vorheis exhibiting that not solely are Google’s blacklists actual — a now provable reality the corporate has lengthy denied — however they’re additionally reranking, deranking and fringe-ranking articles, utilizing a so-called “twiddler system” (software program that overlays the search engine algorithm) which makes reranking a somewhat easy affair.
Epstein factors out that Google has vehemently denied reranking articles for political functions, but Vorhies’ doc trove proves in any other case. There’s even a guide for the twiddler system amongst Vorhies’ paperwork.
This functionality is way past what Epstein had thought potential. It didn’t shock him, nevertheless. For years, Epstein has warned about Google’s energy to affect opinion.
Now, he says, now we have proof that Google does in reality have the ability to govern the circulate of data and opinion, and we see an increasing number of proof that they’re in reality wielding this appreciable energy to form the worldview in accordance with its personal needs. Epstein additionally expresses concern over the truth that mainstream media are ignoring Vorhies’ and Coppola’s leaks and aren’t reporting on them.
Google — A Risk to Well being, Democracy and Freedom
Whereas it’s fairly clear that I’m on Google’s unacknowledged blacklist, I’m not and can by no means be keen to alter what I imagine in and stand for. I’ll by no means conform to “consensus actuality” simply to get my Google rating again. It’s unlucky, however the way in which it stands proper now, now we have to go old-school and encourage everybody to share info by word-of-mouth, by textual content and electronic mail.
Now we have inbuilt easy sharing instruments on the high of every article so you possibly can simply electronic mail or textual content attention-grabbing articles to your family and friends. My info is right here as a result of all of you assist and share it, and we are able to do that with out Large Tech’s assist. It’s time to boycott and share!
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• Develop into a subscriber to my e-newsletter and encourage your family and friends to do the identical. That is the simplest and most secure approach to be sure you’ll keep updated on vital well being and environmental points.
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• Use the interior Mercola.com search engine when looking for articles on my website.
• Boycott Google by avoiding any and all Google merchandise:
• Cease utilizing Google search engines like google. Options embrace DuckDuckGo20 and Startpage21
• Uninstall Google Chrome and use Courageous or Opera browser as a substitute, obtainable for all computer systems and cellular units.22 From a safety perspective, Opera is way superior to Chrome and affords a free VPN service (digital non-public community) to additional protect your privateness
• When you’ve got a Gmail account, strive a non-Google electronic mail service similar to ProtonMail,23 an encrypted electronic mail service primarily based in Switzerland
• Cease utilizing Google docs. Digital Tendencies has revealed an article suggesting various options24
• If you happen to’re a highschool pupil, don’t convert the Google accounts you created as a pupil into private accounts
• Signal the “Don’t be evil” petition created by Residents Towards Monopoly