Google Set to Target Exposing Truth about Islam in Latest Nazi-Style Censorship

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Published on: March 17, 2017

Google is at it again.  They are providing aid and comfort to a known ideological enemy of the united States and therefore, are being complicit in a coverup of what is really behind the followers of Muhammad who engage in stealth jihad, as well as Islamic terrorism both inside and outside our borders.  It’s now being reported that the media giant is now going to be labeling web pages that expose the truth about Islam as “upsetting-offensive” and those pages will face flagging, de-listing and possible censorship.

Now, the question that should be asked is, what may be offensive to Google and it’s “quality raters” that it will use may actually be simple truth that they and their precious, bubble-living minions simply don’t want to face or cannot handle.  So, what will these people be engage in through “quality rating”?

SearchEngineLand.com reports:

The effort revolves around Google’s quality raters, over 10,000 contractors that Google uses worldwide to evaluate search results. These raters are given actual searches to conduct, drawn from real searches that Google sees. They then rate pages that appear in the top results as to how good those seem as answers.

Quality raters do not have the power to alter Google’s results directly. A rater marking a particular result as low quality will not cause that page to plunge in rankings. Instead, the data produced by quality raters is used to improve Google’s search algorithms generally. In time, that data might have an impact on low-quality pages that are spotted by raters, as well as on others that weren’t reviewed.

Quality raters use a set of guidelines that are nearly 200 pages long, instructing them on how to assess website quality and whether the results they review meet the needs of those who might search for particular queries.

According to the guidelines, upsetting/offensive content would be listed as follows:

  • Content that promotes hate or violence against a group of people based on criteria including (but not limited to) race or ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality or citizenship, disability, age, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
  • Content with racial slurs or extremely offensive terminology.
  • Graphic violence, including animal cruelty or child abuse.
  • Explicit how­ to information about harmful activities (e.g., how tos on human trafficking or violent assault).
  • Other types of content which users in your locale would find extremely upsetting or offensive.

Could one say that Google’s own censorship of valuable information elicits hate from those seeking the truth?  I think a case could be made for that.  However, the fact is that there are plenty of search engines out there that will end up surpassing Google due to the fact that they will treat you like an adult and let you exercise your liberty as to what you read and view, not be dependent upon a nanny search engine that believes it is a god.

So, what are some of the things that Google is targeting?  Islam is a top priority it seems.  As SearchEngineLand.com discovered as they searched for the term “Islam” – an article entitled Proof that Islam is Evil, Violent, and Intolerant- Straight From the Koran by Jan Morgan.  Here’s the results compared alongside an article from PBS on Teacher’s Guide to Muslims.

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Now, here’s what is going on.  If you actually go to Morgan’s article, you would discover similar things that we have also referenced from Islam’s own book, the Quran, which demonstrate that in order to follow the teachings of Muhammad, you must seek the world domination of Islam and you must engage in terrorism, be just fine with sex slaves, be ok with cutting off the hands, feet and heads of infidels (non-believers), as well as killing hypocritical Muslims (those who disagree with Muhammad or your interpretation of Muhammad).

The obvious question should be, if Morgan is quoting directly from the Koran, and she is, then why are websites that have the texts of the Koran in full or promote the Koran not considered to be “upsetting-offensive”?

I’m sure the teacher’s guide will not mention anything about the evil history of Islam or its doctrines of demons.  Therefore, since it will not deal honestly with Islam, it is labeled as not being upsetting or offensive.  Google would rather people simply learn the hard way about Islam as a jihadist is sawing their head off or gunning them down in a mass display of murder in a gun free zone.

Google is also going to be targeting what they claim is “fake news,” but they are going to refrain from using that term because “we think it is too vague,” said Google senior engineer Paul Haahr.  “Demonstrably inaccurate information, however, we want to target.”

On what basis will they do this?  Will it be through “reputable, credible” news sources like CNN, BBC, The New York Times and other outlets that we know have actually created stories out of thin air and even shot fake footage for those stories, yet are praised by liberal, fake professors against alternative media sources that seek to present the truth?  Or will it be something similar to the newly patented IBM artificial intelligence fact checker with in-call accountability?

While no one wants fake news, there is also another reality in play here is how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’  In other words, Google is very much a part of the Deep State.

So, the question of who is really behind the censorship here has to be closely scrutinized.  As for me, I’ll be using services like DuckDuckGo.com for my future searches, thank you very much.

You can also expect searches related to exposing the evils and consequences of homosexuality to also be labeled in this manner since Google supports such perversions within their own company.

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