27 June 2019 - Dinner News
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O’Keefe has received a new Google “resist” document showing “internal beginner’s guide to protesting.”
The suggested chants and signs all push the anti-American, globalist agenda of no borders. Google is also pushing the idea that Muslim refugees must be allowed to flood the West unabated.
Via Project Veritas:
Project Veritas has obtained a document from an insider at Google which appears to show internal suggestions of how to protest political events.
The document includes politically-charged “Example Chants” such as “No Ban! No Wall!” — “No Ban, No Wall, Sanctuary for all!” and “No Ban, No Wall, America’s for all”
Google also pushed the chant, “No Hate, No Fear, Refugees are Welcome here!”
“This document leak is the fourth in a series of leaks from inside Google and their subsidiary, YouTube. This new document appears to show internal coordination of political protests which contradicts Google’s public statements that they are politically neutral. More tech insiders are coming forward and we will continue to work with them to expose the secrets of Silicon Valley,” James O’Keefe said.
Here are those documents:
Meanwhile Google’s YouTube has deleted the Google Video, as has Vimeo. So Senator Cruz posted it at his YouTube Channel.
Project Veritas says:
Your move @SusanWojcicki. Are you going to remove a video from a sitting US SENATOR for a "privacy violation?" Seems like quite the conundrum! #GoogleExposed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GvBxGu-3Rs&feature=youtu.be …
OK @YouTube. @SenTedCruz has our undercover @google video on HIS channel. You banned our SAME video (approaching 1mil views) for a "privacy complaint." Your move @SusanWojcicki. Will you apply the same standard of censorship to A US SENATOR?@YouTubeInsider
In Case you Missed it - Here is the Blockbuster Video Exposing Google and it’s plans to Throw the 2020 Election to the Democrats:
James O’Keefe and Project Veritas released alarming new undercover video, leaked documents, and testimony from a Google insider revealing the tech giant’s plans to meddle in US politics and “prevent a Trump situation in 2020.”
One aspect of the report features undercover footage of longtime Google employee and Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai, saying Google has been working diligently to “prevent” the results of the 2016 election from repeating in 2020, meaning they are actively engaging in election meddling and working to elect someone from the Democratic Party.
The exposé was so damaging that Google-YouTube deleted Project Veritas’ video exposing the tech giant’s electioneering.
And the Google executives have deleted their social media pages.
Jen Gennai, the Google executive caught on video bragging that “Congress can pressure us but we’re not changing,” panicked, deleted her Twitter account and made her Instagram ‘private.’
Gaurav Gite, the Google engineer revealing the tech giant’s actions to manipulate its algorithms based on its own definition of “fairness,” has deleted his Facebook page.
NEW: Google executive Jen Gennai @gennai_jen, who said Congress "can pressure us but we're not changing," has deleted her Twitter account. Her Instagram is private, too; it wasn’t before. Google engineer @GauravGite3 has deleted his Facebook. pic.twitter.com/24Qx78rpaZ
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) June 24, 2019
Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) responded to O’Keefe’s latest undercover sting and said Google needs to be stripped of its section 230 immunity and to be “properly pursued by class action lawsuits by those they have knowingly harmed.”
More Evil from Google:
Google paid for CrowdStrike and for Hillary’s campaign.
The DNC gave CrowdStrike their servers. Crowdstrike said it was the Russians that hacked it. The FBI never got the servers. The RussiaRussiaRussia Hoax was done in cahoots with Google, Hillary, and Crowdstrike.
Doesn't this makeGoogle is an Enemy Combatant?
"CrowdStrike, the cybersecurity firm hired by the DNC to look into its hacking breach, had been exposed as being completely wrong about a separate attack it claimed originated from the same group it claimed broke into DNC systems, and supposedly works for Russia’s military intelligence unit, GRU. Here’s some of what we learned:
The challenges to CrowdStrike’s credibility are significant because the firm was the first to link last year’s hacks of Democratic Party computers to Russian actors, and because CrowdStrike co-founder Dimiti Alperovitch has trumpeted its Ukraine report as more evidence of Russian election tampering.
VOA first contacted IISS in February to verify the alleged artillery losses. Officials there initially were unaware of the CrowdStrike assertions. After investigating, they determined that CrowdStrike misinterpreted their data and hadn’t reached out beforehand for comment or clarification.
Recall that the FBI was denied access to the DNC servers by the DNC itself, and simply agreed to rely on the results provided by CrowdStrike, which as you can see has ties to all sorts of anti-Russia organizations and individuals. I find it absolutely remarkable that James Comey head of the FBI outsourced his job to CrowdStrike.
There remains zero evidence that Russia hacked the DNC. I repeat, there remains zero evidence that Russia hacked the DNC.
Google was a major investor in CrowdStrike? Well for one, we know that Chairman of Alphabet, Inc. (Google’s parent company), Eric Schmidt, was actively working to help the Hillary campaign. As I highlighted in the 2015 post, Meet “Groundwork” – Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s Stealth Startup Working to Make Hillary Clinton President:
An under-the-radar startup funded by billionaire Eric Schmidt has become a major technology vendor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, underscoring the bonds between Silicon Valley and Democratic politics.
The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt—the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet—to ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election. And it is one of a series of quiet investments by Schmidt that recognize how modern political campaigns are run, with data analytics and digital outreach as vital ingredients that allow candidates to find, court, and turn out critical voter blocs.
A host of ex-Googlers were employed as high-ranking technical staff at the Obama White House. Schmidt, for his part, is one of the most powerful donors in the Democratic Party—and his influence does not stem only from his wealth, estimated by Forbes at more than $10 billion.
According to campaign finance disclosures, Clinton’s campaign is the Groundwork’s only political client. Its employees are mostly back-end software developers with experience at blue-chip tech firms like Netflix, Dreamhost, and Google.
"Google Capital, the two-year-old growth equity arm of search giant Google (GOOG, -0.35%), announced its first security investment on Monday morning.
The fund has pumped $100 million into cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike. It was joined by cloud computing company Rackspace (RAX), which is a customer, and the firm’s existing investors Accel and Warburg Pincus. The new infusion represents a Series C round for the Irvine, Calif.-based company, bringing its total funding raised to date to $156 million."
Google Capable of Swinging Elections:
In a previous appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight Dr. Robert Epstein revealed that Google can take a 50-50 split among undecided voters and change it into a 90-10 split with no one knowing they had been manipulated and without leaving a paper trail… It has to do with their search suggestions.
In January Dr. Epstein revealed that just one Google shift in search results on Election Day in 2018 shifted from 800,000 to 4.6 million votes to Democratic candidates.
Of course the Big Tech companies have been targeting only conservative websites and publications since the 2016 election.
On Tuesday Robert Epstein told Tucker Carlson that Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon can manipulate and flip 15 million votes in the 2020 elections.
Tech Titans are about to be put in the Hot Seat:
The White House will hold a social media summit on July 11, aiming to have a “robust conversation” about online platforms at a time when they are under increasing attack in Washington.
White House confirmation of the summit came after President Trump dialed up his criticism of tech companies on Wednesday morning. He said in an interview on Fox Business Network that online giants such as Google and Facebook Inc. are “trying to rig the election,” while Twitter Inc. is making it harder for users to follow him.
Big tech companies also are under growing pressure in Washington over concerns about their size and reach. The Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission recently took steps that set the stage for possible antitrust investigations of some major tech businesses, including Alphabet Inc. unit Google and Facebook.
A White House spokesman said Wednesday that the July 11 event “will bring together digital leaders for a robust conversation on the opportunities and challenges of today’s online environment.”
Dagny Prediction: President Trump's people will come down hard on Google et al, before the 11th and then offer to remove it if they reach a deal to halt censorship in a short amount of time.
Congress gets busy passing a law reining in abusive information practices by Big Tech:
The bill would introduce more transparency to the online experience by requiring sites to disclose “any form of behavioral or psychological research” and “any experiments” they employ to manipulate user behavior.
In just one example, the study showed how Facebook steered users into accepting the company’s desired privacy settings by making the “accept” button an appealing bright blue, while the option for changing those settings was a dull gray.
“The option that the service provider wants users to choose was deliberately made more eye-catching,” researchers said. Moreover, “users that were in a rush to use Facebook were inclined to simply click the blue button and be done with the process, which results in the maximum amount of data collection and use.”
Dark patterns also can take the form of ads disguised as navigation links, hidden costs that don’t appear until the very last step of a transaction, or free trials that turn into recurring payments that are very difficult to cancel.
Facebook Inc. (FB.O 1.16%) was hours away from the formal announcement of its ambitious foray into financial services, but French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire was already broadcasting his discontent.
"It’s out of the question’’ that the social-media giant’s digital money compete with sovereign currencies, Le Maire said.
That was just the first shot in a torrent of criticism and skepticism from policy makers around the world. U.S. House Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters promised an aggressive response from Congress. Former European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio called the initiative “unreliable and dangerous.”
Moving into the heavily regulated financial-services industry via cryptocurrencies, which are seen by many officials as nothing more than a conduit for financing illicit activities, Facebook has shown little reluctance to lessen its confrontation with authorities.
"Facebook is under attack by regulators around the world for a litany of specific issues and, generally, for being too powerful,’’ said Kevin Werbach, professor of legal studies and business ethics who specializes in blockchain topics at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. “Making a massive move into an entirely new industry, financial services, which is crucial to the global economy, is not the action of a humbled company. It looks to many regulators like an aggressive brush-off of regulatory concerns, whether or not that is actually the case.’’
Facebook moved to preempt at least some of the criticism. The token will be overseen by an association of 28 companies at the outset -- including Visa Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc. -- that it hopes will number 100 by launch. It has also said Libra users will be subject to the same verification and anti-fraud checks they’d expect when signing up for a bank account or credit card. David Marcus, who heads the project for Facebook, said the company plans to keep financial data gathered from Libra users separate from Facebook user data.
The Bank of England’s Carney didn’t dismiss Libra, saying the full gamut of global regulators must first scrutinize the offering. Not only that, he said on Thursday he’s starting consultations on allowing new payment providers such as Libra to hold reserves at the central bank for the first time.
“The Bank of England approaches Libra with an open mind but not an open door,” said Carney. “Unlike social media for which standards and regulations are being debated well after it has been adopted by billions of users, the terms of engagement for innovations such as Libra must be adopted in advance of any launch.”
Meanwhile, Waters said Libra is “like starting a bank without having to go through any steps to do it,” and that it’s seeking to “compete with the dollar without having any regulatory regime that’s dealing with them.”
While Libra is designed to be less volatile than cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and is backed by a basket of securities and traditional currencies, some question how a technology company will interact with the monetary system. “I'm not entirely convinced that a tech company, at the end of the day, can be held accountable,'' said Vishnu Varathan, head of economics and strategy at Mizuho Bank in Singapore.
For all about Libra:
Facebook as a Nation...
Libra is meant to become the in-house currency for Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp’s combined 2.7 billion users. If that happens, it’ll create, almost overnight, a borderless collection of millions, maybe hundreds of millions, maybe even a billion or more people using the same platform to communicate, the same tools to shop and view ads and play games, and the same monetary system. It’s a network effect with the potential to remake global currency and financial systems.
And whether Libra is controlled by a neutral Switzerland-based consortium or not, if its primary adoption happens on Facebook, it’ll only centralize power with Facebook.
Now, yes, there’s a big “if” at the center of all of this speculation about Facebook’s metanational ambitions. That’s “if” Libra will get off the ground at all. Facebook could screw it up and fail to get enough partners on board to actually launch the thing. (There are 27 impressive nameson board already, but 100 is the goal.) And because of the company’s many, many missteps over the years, Libra is already freaking people out—from actual lawmakers to central bankers. It’s going to be a fight.
But never say never, because you can’t think the Facebook team didn’t anticipate some static, here. The company doesn’t usually back down from an unpopular decision—it just apologizes later!
Facebook will profit handsomely, of course, as will its big corporate partner-investors, like Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Spotify, and Uber. They’ll end up in the unexpected position of being corporate central bankers, of a sort. And most significantly, the bulk of Libra users will be in what is essentially a closed network under the complete control of one CEO-slash-“emperor for life.”
At that point, there’s every possibility that Google or Amazon or even Apple will decide they need competing currencies for their private ecosystems (all three have rolled out some kind of payment options, if not their own fiat currencies, and there’s been speculation for at least a year that Amazon could launch a cryptocurrency). Who needs the lira?
You can see why bankers and government officials have the big-time jitters. These are government-level ambitions, by any measure.
Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes is already raising the specter of Libra destabilizing weak government currencies, and rendering central bankers helpless to set their own monetary policy in some of those countries. And he’s a guy who understands Mark Zuckerberg’s ambitions better than most.
Zuckerberg is famously enamored of Augustus Caesar, and over the years, his vision of what he’d like to accomplish has clearly grown from chick-hunting the college population to creating a service and a “community” that has no boundary, no limiting factors, and hardly any oversight.
So let’s recap: Facebook has a massive stateless citizenry; a small, hand-picked ruling body; rapidly expanding infrastructure; and now, adoption willing, a unified currency. Also, if you really wanted to create your own borderless country, wouldn’t you eventually incorporate virtual reality, so people could literally live their lives inside your digital ecosystem, even if only via headset? We keep forgetting that Facebook owns Oculus, don’t we?
Introducing Libra right now shows us incontrovertibly that Zuckerberg’s ambitions have not even remotely dimmed. This guy is still right on plan for global domination.
Reditt uses shills as excuses to quarantine the Trump Supporters on their platform:
The biggest forum for supporters of President Donald Trump on Reddit has been "quarantined" following months of incitements to violence and other offensive behavior, the tech giant said Wednesday, in a move that could further inflame conservatives' claims of social-media bias.
The forum, called "r/The_Donald," has long served as a highly trafficked and controversial gathering place for supporters of Trump and Republicans on Reddit, America's fifth-most popular website.
Created in 2015, "The_Donald" counts roughly 750,000 followers and advertises itself as "a never-ending rally dedicated to the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump."
Reddit officials said on Wednesday that the board had allowed or encouraged months of "rule-breaking behavior," including the "encouragement of violence towards police officers and public officials in Oregon.”
The action will effectively demote the forum on Reddit, restricting how its content is shared across the site and removing key features. It is not an outright ban, but will conceal the forum behind a warning and require viewers to verify they are sure they want to view its contents.