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Abz2000
09-03-2018, 01:28 PM
Is anybody else noticing that google searches are returning dodgy results and are missing articles which should be the first to come up based on the search terms, and which used to turn up before?
I have even had totally blank result pages with "no results match your search" for searches that used to return endless pages which contain the text input.

An orwellian answer that google gave to some enquirers is that "everybody has a different google" - does that mean they believe that some people are not allowed to do research?

Does anybody know of a universal search engine that simply returns results based on keywords and only demotes rather than censors spam pages flooded with search terms?


I recently found out that the book nineteen eightyfour comes in different lengths depending on the copy you happen to buy (probably depending on the political climate) and is no longer entirely george orwell's nineteen eighty four.
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Abz2000
09-03-2018, 01:58 PM
I've been searching for an article which i've read and referenced multiple times over the years - which included the testimony of a farmer in iraq who had stated that american soldiers had stopped and searched his donkey cart which was carrying watermelons, then as they re-embarked on their journey his young son told him that he had noticed a soldier plant a package amongst the watermelons, they quickly got off and found the parcel, threw it in a ditch and it exploded.

I used the most simple terms which should definitely have achieved results from keywords - google came to a dead end after a while, and bing returns this:

false flag iraq watermelon donkey cart

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Nobody who knows anything about computers, algorithm logic and keywords can claim that that was anything even near to a genuine search result.

I had previously noticed the american white house spamming issues by bringing up irrelevant and wholly engineered talking points containing keywords which would end up pushing actual relevant talking points and search results down - although i disliked it i thought "to you yours and to me mine" but this new trend of absolute censorship of lawful articles is a desperate violation of everything america falsely claims to uphold.
Using trump to put pressure on search engines by using the cover of "they say bad things about me" and then laughing and rolling eyes isn't really going to explain this type of unacceptable behaviour.
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fschmidt
09-03-2018, 03:45 PM
Originally Posted by Abz2000
Does anybody know of a universal search engine that simply returns results based on keywords and only demotes rather than censors spam pages flooded with search terms?
https://www.yandex.com/
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Abz2000
09-03-2018, 09:01 PM
Searched it- no positive result.... weird.... it must be somewhere.
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Junon
09-03-2018, 09:37 PM
Salaam

This is relevent

Julian Assange would later reference this article when writing his own: Google is not what it seems: This whole thing is a surprisingly good read – and Assange shows off his skills as a writer. It’s worth your time, so despite its length, don’t skip it.

There was one point I definitely had to laugh at, however – given what we now know about Schmidt:

As the interviewee I was expected to do most of the talking. I sought to guide them into my worldview. To their credit, I consider the interview perhaps the best I have given. I was out of my comfort zone and I liked it. We ate and then took a walk in the grounds, all the while on the record. I asked Eric Schmidt to leak US government information requests to WikiLeaks, and he refused, suddenly nervous, citing the illegality of disclosing Patriot Act requests. And then as the evening came on it was done and they were gone, back to the unreal, remote halls of information empire, and I was left to get back to my work. That was the end of it, or so I thought.

Julian will then go through and document a list to ties between Google Execs and the Deep State – including, what should be for us, an uncomfortable level of familiarity with the NSA. In the end, Julian Assange would conclude by calling Google a “burgeoning digital superstate.”

This was written several years ago, and I think it’s clear now that Assange’s suspicions, while correct, still fall short of the scale of the treason seen manifested in reality. Google – at the bleeding edge of tech – metastasized during this time, courting and assisting #TheCabal in their insidious endeavors.

It wasn’t some spontaneous thing, either. It was an asset funded, supported, and groomed by the Deep State, for Deep State purposes.

And remember, it’s not the only one, and it still hasn’t achieved all its goals. Things would have gotten much worse, but for the election of Trump. They almost succeeded in the creation of their systems of human surveillance and control.

https://www.neonrevolt.com/2018/09/02/the-coalitions-of-the-connected-newq-qanon-greatawakening-neonrevolt/

Google is not what it seems

https://wikileaks.org/google-is-not-what-it-seems/
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HisServant
09-03-2018, 11:31 PM
https://duckduckgo.com/

DuckDuckGo (DDG) is an Internet search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers' privacy and avoiding the filter bubble of personalized search results.[3] DuckDuckGo distinguishes itself from other search engines by not profiling its users and by deliberately showing all users the same search results for a given search term,[5] and emphasizes returning the best results, rather than the most results, generating those results from over 400 individual sources, including crowdsourced sites such as Wikipedia, and other search engines like Bing, Yahoo!, and Yandex.[6][7]
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