Google searches left wing indoctrination for you.

Duckduckgo search for Hillary Clinton images. Of the top ten images three are are photoshopped and/or selected against her, three are photoshopped or selected for her, and four are neutral photos, which is exactly what you would expect in a country split down the middle.
Google search for Hillary Clinton Images. Every single image photoshopped in her favor.

If you are using google search, you are only searching half the web, the half that carries the official truth. For Google, authoritative sources are those inside the Overton Window. If you specifically search for a subversive source, Google will find it for you, but if you do a general search, you will not easily find crimethink.


18 Responses to “Google searches left wing indoctrination for you.”

  1. Kathi says:

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  2. pdimov says:

    I get very similar results from Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo image searches for both “hillary clinton” and “white woman with child”, so the results may depend on location, IP and whether one’s logged in (I wasn’t).

    Google does tailor the result to your location, if I’m not mistaken, so if you reside in some liberal-infested pit, you’ll get liberal results.

  3. Alrenous says:

    They could have been subtle about it.
    Not doing it wasn’t an option, so this way is better.

  4. Brit says:

    I find that there is no replacement for google. Bing and ddg end up feeling inferior in some way, and I end up going back to google

  5. Jack Highlands says:

    The State’s challenge with Newspeak was always the ‘prescriptive language problem’: linguistic change is notoriously difficult to force, literally, into people’s throats. Just ask Irish nationalists.

    So that path to Newthink, the desired end-game envisioned by Orwell in which it would be impossible to think heretical thoughts, because there would be no words or images to think them in, was always an uphill battle. Theoretically though, there was always another way: instead of forcing people to change from one set of commonly used words, images and other memes to a different commonly used set, you could restrict the ocean of merely potential memes around them until they overwhelmingly used the set you preferred.

    This has been the way of the advertising industry since forever, and increasingly, the way of the mass media over the last several decades. The hope was to depict enough coal-burners and oil-drillers to ensure a mulatto future. But the arrival of the internet was a huge spoiler: traditional media continued to pretend to itself it could increasingly enforce the narrative, literally prescribe it from NYT boardrooms, while the general public moved on. (By the way, this failure is an excellent example of how loose the ‘conspiracy’ of our leaders against us really is – it’s 20% conspiracy and 80% acting in natural interests.)

    But the same industrial-scale servers that allow the public to free themselves from the NYT also allow Google to shrink that ocean of memes the public is swimming in. And since the fish never notices the water, it just might work.

    It’s time for the dissident Right to lead the war on Google, just as we led defense of the traditional American nation. Who knows where the tipping point will be, or if it will come at all – we certainly never expected the Trump ex machina we got, to speed that other battle. But it is time to start.

  6. Heydar says:

    Countersearch & DuckDuckGo are the way to go.

  7. JohnHD says:

    Yeah, but DuckDuckGo is pretty screwed up, too. All blacks when you search for American Inventors.

    • Erik says:

      I suspect this to be a side effect of mass searches for (and pages about) “African American Inventors” with sub-phrase matching, there being much less activity dedicated specifically to “European American Inventors”. I’d blame the AA curriculum and the students having to write essays about the subject before I blamed the search engine for that one.

    • Alan J. Perrick says:

      Yet, the notorious “doodles” are enough reason to get away from the silly site when one does not have time to waste with the obvious anti-white bias at Google.


  8. Robert says:

    Google “American inventor” and you will see a bunch of Googles.

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