Selective censorship by media giants is increasing at an alarming speed: if they don’t like your politics or morality, they simply push the ‘eject’ button and you disappear. Technocrats have no ethical boundaries in censorship because they believe so strongly that they are right and everyone else is wrong.
Antony Sutton uncovered and exposed the globalist cabal and subsequently got kicked out of UCLA and Stanford as his books were blacklisted. I am proud to have co-authored Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II with Sutton, which was also blacklisted and suppressed. Your support to raise awareness of Technocracy News and Trends, which continues in his memory, is critical to the future of liberty and freedom!
Google is not just censoring content; apparently, it is now compiling a list of individuals who it will censor wherever they post, and on whichever website. Thus, websites will be punished for running stories by those banned writers. Google has gone completely rogue, having completely flip-flopped on its original motto, “Don’t be evil.” They are revealing the heart and soul of Technocracy – are you alarmed?
Two prominent Trilateral Commission members, Eric Schmidt of Google and Anne-Marie Slaughter of New America Foundation, colluded to fire Barry Lynn who had been critical of Google while employed by Slaughter’s leftist organization. The Trilateral Commission was the lead organization who originally sponsored Technocracy beginning in 1973. (Read the full documentation in my book, Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation.) When Barry Lynn praised the EU’s huge fine against Google (which it richly deserved), Schmidt wasted no time in contacting his Trilateral Commission crony to get Lynn fired. In similar fashion, Professor Antony Sutton was fired from the Hoover Institution for War, Peace and Revolution at Stanford University in 1975; Trilateral David Packard was then president of Stanford. Trilaterals Over Washington, co-authored by myself and Sutton, was banned from the nationwide B. Dalton Bookseller chain; Dalton’s parent company had a Trilateral member on their board of directors.