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“When there have been no exterior information that you could possibly seek advice from, even the define of your individual life los[es] its sharpness.” – George Orwell, “1984,” Chapter 3, Half I

Expensive Prole,

I hope this missive finds you properly. If not, I’ll blame it on one more act of technofascism.

Your rights to be wholesome with out medication and communicate freely are being thwarted. Alas, a big swath of the overall populace won’t ever know their well being decisions are being eradicated.

That is an uphill battle of Sisyphean proportions. A digital witch hunt. A deletion harking back to the Library of Alexandria burning. A multi-tentacled grasping schema.

These of us who stand for well being freedom and, who criticize Massive Something, are shedding posting privileges, getting banned, being buried, discovering ourselves deranked, and proverbially changing into imprisoned.

It sounds conspiratorial as a result of it’s. We’re blowing the whistle. However it’s grow to be a silent one.

Content material is actually disappearing from the Web. Excessive-quality on-line well being websites which have been negatively affected embrace HoneyColony, Greenmedinfo, Dr. Axe, Erin Elizabeth of Health Nut News, SelfHacked and Dr. Joseph Mercola.

The stifling of pure treatments in favor of peddling prescribed drugs and monetizing drugs isn’t new. We gave our well being over to the fake religion of maligned science and know-how ages in the past, again in 1910, when a instructor—not a health care provider—wrote the so-called Flexner Report. Since WWII, the pharmaceutical business has steadily netted rising earnings to grow to be the world’s second largest manufacturing business after battle toys.

Well being journalist S.D. Wells wrote in his eBook, “25 Wonderful (and Disturbing) Details Concerning the Hidden Historical past of Drugs:”

“5 rating and two years in the past, a person named Abraham Flexner was employed by John D. Rockefeller to guage the effectiveness of therapies being taught by medical faculties and establishments, with the last word purpose of dominating management over prescribed drugs.

“With partnerships together with Andrew Carnegie and JP Morgan, a brand new ‘doorkeeper’ would exist to affect legislative our bodies on state and federal ranges to create rules and licensing ‘purple tape’ that strictly promoted drug drugs whereas stifling and shutting down various, cheap pure treatments.”

What is new and novel is that now Massive Tech is collaborating with Massive Pharma to suppress free speech. They’ve now modified search algorithms to align and appease an arguably sick agenda within the title of the supposed security and safety of the general public.

Jason Erickson, a author for NaturalBlaze.com, says:

“Evidently, the truth that a degree enjoying area of data—which is precisely what the Web was promised to be—have to be worrying to those that depend on the monetary help of Massive Pharma and institution drugs.”

The long run is now. The zombies are right here.

It was simply 4 years in the past that Chet Bowers, the now-deceased creator, lecturer and environmental activist, wrote: “Is the Digital Revolution Sowing the Seeds of a Techno-Fascist Future?” Bowers described technofascism as “an elevated reliance upon computer-mediated studying in any respect ranges of training to spur conformity of pondering.”

For technofascism to function seamlessly, Bowers mentioned, “there must be a major share of the inhabitants that’s hyper-patriotic, thinks in clichés and is keen to help using imprisonment and torture of those that problem the rise of techno-fascism, particularly these labeled as environmentalists(…).”

It’s 2019, for fuck’s sake. Or wait, is it “1984?”

Greater than 10 years after directing the documentary movie, “Vanishing of the Bees,” my message has developed to incorporate all of us: We, just like the bees, are slowly being subjected to sublethal doses of poisons. Not solely are we subjected to greater than a billion kilos of pesticides every year that make us sicker, these pesticides are additionally are actually robbing us of IQ factors.

And, as we grow to be conscious of the function of epigenetics on bodily and psychological well being, we understand that the absorption of (or publicity to) toxins extends properly past the meals provide.

Social media platforms—toxins for the thoughts and mind—are utilizing “persuasive know-how” to feed the lots processed manufactured info whereas omitting or fudging no matter doesn’t jive with Massive Healthcare aka Sick Care.

As Bowers places it:

“The populace assumes they’re being given correct info and over time are solely in a position to digest quick explanations. Along with conformity, fascism necessitates the lack of historic reminiscence and a perceived disaster or endpoint that requires the collective power and loyalty of the younger and outdated.”

So now it’s about making Trump the enemy. Look over right here whereas we do all this shit and make veritable sick enemies out of all of you.

We’re being diminished to pawns in a sport of divide and conquer, obsessively gazing at blue-lit screens, like in a twisted model of the Greek fable of Narcissus the place we by no means acknowledge who we really are: a powerful species worthy of full well being and vitality. However alas, on this rendition, we’re too busy participating in palatable on-line vitriol and trollism, and ingesting poisonous bullshit. As a substitute of debating the topics at hand with civilized decorum, we’re being polarized and we’re participating in purple herrings and advert hominem assaults. As an illustration, you start speaking concerning the detrimental impacts of 5G and somebody on social media calls you a tin hat-wearing loon and discredits you, as an alternative of specializing in all of the specialists which have spoken up and shared scientific proof in opposition to this know-how.

On this balkanization, we grow to be a part of sub-tribes, making it simpler for firms and authorities to handle and manipulate us.

Smoke and mirrors. Cloak and daggers. Crowd management.

All illness. No well being. 

#GoogleExposed through the decade of vaccines

In 2006, Google grew to become so in style that the Oxford English Dictionary formally minted the corporate right into a verb. 13 years later, Google isn’t solely essentially the most {powerful} search engine, it’s additionally a drug firm. It is a fantastically crafted Trojan Horse for Massive Pharma.

Merely put, Google’s mother or father firm, Alphabet, owns pharmaceutical subsidiaries. In 2013, Google based Calico, run by Arthur Levinson, former CEO of the biotechnology company Genentech (a subsidiary of Roche). Calico’s mission is to grasp the biology that controls lifespan and to deal with age-related illnesses. Two years later, Alphabet based Verily Life Sciences (beforehand Google Life Sciences). Each pharma firms are partnering with others and having infants of their very own.

Verily joined forces with the European pharmaceutical large GlaxoSmithKline to type a brand new drug firm, Galvani Bioelectronics. The $715-million collaboration goals to deal with illnesses by concentrating on electrical indicators within the physique, a novel area of drugs referred to as “bioelectronics.” By the way, GlaxoSmithKline generates billions by manufacturing vaccines.

Subsequent, in 2016, Sanofi SA and Verily partnered to deal with the diabetic epidemic, a situation that from a practical drugs viewpoint might be addressed with out pharmaceuticals.

In the meantime, Google’s peeps are additionally fraternizing with Massive Pharma. As an illustration, in January 2019, BusinessWire reported that Mary Ellen Coe, Google’s president of Buyer Options, was becoming a member of Merck’s Board of Administrators. Merck is one other large vaccine producer.

However the true clincher is that GV, the enterprise capital arm of Google’s mother or father firm, Alphabet, has additionally invested in Vaccitech—an organization described as “the way forward for mass vaccine manufacturing.”

Based by scientists at Oxford College, Vaccitech’s finish purpose is to develop a vaccine that will be the primary on the planet to combat all sorts of flu.

Mic drop.

If all goes properly, Vaccitech’s shot may probably be prepared for launch in 2023. The potential growth has been described as a “Holy Grail.” But to others, a one-size-fits-all flu shot appears like a disastrous future. It doesn’t take note of or respect biodiversity. To not point out that as sovereign people, we should always be capable of select what we do with our our bodies, not be compelled to topic ourselves to questionable drugs.

Is it simply coincidence that vaccine security has grow to be so maligned within the media as of late? Persons are being ostracized like by no means earlier than for merely questioning various views. Vaccine security has grow to be such a polarizing matter as a result of it’s meant to be. To pave the way in which for what’s coming—obligatory vaccines, not just for kids, however for adults, too.

Acknowledged one other approach: Google And Pals stand to earn a shitload of cash from vaccinating no matter they’ll stick a needle into, a number of occasions over.

In 2012 alone, the world’s 11 high pharmaceutical firms generated $700 billion-plus in earnings on vaccines. Take note of that lengthy earlier than the age of on the spot web communication and social media, lofty objectives had been set in movement with regard to vaccinations.

Sherri J. Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM, writes:

“The Nationwide Vaccine Plan, developed by the U.S. Division of Human Companies (HSS), is the roadmap for a 21st century vaccine and immunization enterprise. It lays naked the incestuous public-private relationship between the pharmaceutical vaccine producers, the U.S. authorities and the World Well being Rulers.”

For extra on the plan, learn the aims of “Wholesome Individuals 2020,” put forth by representatives from greater than 50 Federal Companies, together with the Workplace of Illness Prevention and Well being Promotion (ODHP).

“The aims in ‘Wholesome Individuals 2020’ signify the huge growth of a nanny-state authorities, intent on taking up each space of an individual’s life and eliminating well being decisions,” writes Tenpenny. 

Do you know that companions from all around the world got here along with a worldwide dedication to vaccination, declaring 2010 – 2020 the “Decade of Vaccines?” In the meantime, in January 2019, the World Well being Group—in good timing—pressured the significance of getting your little one vaccinated to guard them, and others, from lethal illnesses. Not doing so poses a “world menace.”

Examine, please.

How concerning the $Four billion-plus paid out to those that have been impacted by vaccine accidents? Given what’s within the pipeline, isn’t it a bit odd that merely participating in an informed dialog/exploration, or presenting opposing proof, leads to being ixnayed from the Web? Oftentimes, opposers shouldn’t have knowledgeable arguments nor are they scientifically literate. And when you use instinct on what’s greatest on your personal physique? Fuggedaboutit. Right here’s extra about vaccine censorship.

“It’s actually scary what is occurring,” says one well being influencer who wished to not be named. “So many being shut out of Google, now Vimeo rejecting [anti] vaccine content material. Mailchimp shutting down accounts and preserving the lists of those that electronic mail about anti-vaccine. The lengths they go.”

In early July, Vimeo introduced that it’s going to now not publish websites important of vaccines, or websites that query vaccine security.

Fb, whose committee members embrace former Massive Pharma workers, has additionally censored legit scientific inquiry and debate relating to vaccine security.

However let’s desk this notably inflammatory “V” phrase for proper now. The main target of this story isn’t concerning the very delicate matter of vaccines. You might consider in them regardless of your criticism of Massive Pharma. And I personally am not one to throw out the infant out with the bathwater. With that mentioned, the “V” phrase is arguably a linchpin. Or the nice divider.

The purpose I’m illustrating right here is that Massive Pharma’s tentacles—filled with suction and sway—now prolong to Massive Tech, and that prohibiting the sharing of (well being) info—a tenet of the Web—is incorrect. Until you don’t consider within the First Modification.

If you happen to hassle to look, the conflicts of curiosity are apparent. Google has a transparent agenda that serves prescribed drugs, and its success is now immediately constructed into its search algorithms.

Learn the elements: Google is now processed & non-organic

In the present day, social media platforms “need you to tow a line,” Podcast Host Joe Rogan instructed Jesus Hotep in a latest episode.

Again within the good ole’ days, natural search outcomes intently matched the person’s search question. The algorithm was based mostly on relevance and recognition, except you paid Google additional to get listed on high as an apparent advert—similar to it’s essential to fork over extra money if you’d like a beloved’s crypt to be saved at eye degree in a mausoleum.

In style vertible search phrases helped join Googlers with the data they had been truly searching for. This in flip spurred writers to pivot and make use of SEO—reminiscent of key phrases—when crafting content material on-line.

By June 2016, our on-line journal and market HoneyColony—whose mission is to empower you to be your individual well being advocate—was getting about 500,000 distinctive guests a month, in line with Google Analytics. We had been genuinely and organically garnering curiosity and providing worth with stable well-researched articles.

Till we weren’t.

What occurred? Google modified its algorithms.

Updates on Google aren’t new. The corporate has gone via 1000’s of updates all through its existence. And each every so often, it rolls out a significant algorithmic replace. However till now, there’s been nothing as sinister because the latest adjustments, which apparently are {powerful} sufficient to do severe harm to a health-oriented website’s income, alongside the positioning’s natural site visitors. Until these websites tow the road, in fact.

Up to now, Google has said:

“As with every replace, some websites could notice drops or good points. There’s nothing incorrect with pages that will now carry out much less properly. As a substitute, it’s that adjustments to our programs are benefiting pages that had been beforehand under-rewarded.”

Nonetheless, in actuality, we’ve witnessed a gradual sneaky purge the place crowdsource relevance is now seemingly irrelevant. Briefly, Google—and different tech firms—are exercising an increasing number of management over what pops up while you search. (Social media firms, by the way in which, are at present conducting surveys to gauge if persons are upset. I’ve seen one on Instagram. And I was simply invited to take part in a spotlight group about tech firms, the place I’ll must signal a non-disclosure settlement).

In August 2018, site visitors to HoneyColony.com dwindled 30 p.c. We scratched our heads throughout advertising conferences, questioning what we had been doing incorrect, based mostly on Google’s requirements. After which, we discovered we had been impacted by what could be known as the “Medic Replace.”

Google described the change as a “a broad, world, core replace.” However in line with Search Engine Land, upon additional evaluation from search engine optimization consultants, the main focus of the adjustments made below the “Medic Replace” centered across the medical and well being house, in addition to “Your Cash Your Life” sorts of websites that concentrate on cash and life occasions.

“This particular focus is one thing Google is not going to verify,” mentioned Search Engine Land.

Listed here are among the websites, many within the well being and wellness house, which have misplaced visibility, in line with Search Engine Land:

In June 2019, Google rolled out one more algorithmic change.

Websites impacted in earlier core updates had been as soon as once more affected. “On common, the influence was smaller than the August ‘Medic Replace,’” as measured by MozCast.

However many within the house would disagree on the severity of the influence. “Devastating” could also be a extra applicable phrase than “smaller,” relying on when you’ve personally skilled content material go from web page one in every of a Google search to being buried on web page six.

“The previous was erased, the erasure was forgotten, the lie grew to become reality,” mentioned George Orwell, in “1984.”

Moreover, except you add “HoneyColony.com,” or “Mercola.com” to a key time period, you gained’t discover the content material our websites publish. “Even skipping “.com” will reduce your search outcomes,” writes Mercola, whose Google search outcomes had been topping the charts organically for years. Since these updates, Mercola’s website site visitors has been slashed by about 99 p.c.

Shadow-banned. Ostensibly scrubbed.

Additionally, Google used to rank pages based mostly on whether or not an creator may show his/her experience, on how many individuals visited a web page or on the variety of different respected websites that linked to that web page. How about when an creator has a level? No extra.

Google now buries knowledgeable views in the event that they’re deemed “dangerous” to the general public, explains the SEM put up:

“There was numerous speak about creator experience relating to the standard rater pointers (…) This part has been modified considerably … [I]f the aim of the web page is dangerous, then experience does not matter. It ought to be rated Lowest!”

Who decides? What {qualifications} do Google high quality checkers possess? Who’s deciding what’s dangerous?

And dare I ask, what occurs to these of us who stand for well being freedom, who consider that way of life adjustments and addressing nutrient deficiencies are the muse of well being? You do understand that Massive Pharma simply pilfers from nature, isolating, patenting and synthesizing to earn money?

How will if well-sourced info full of info are buried from the one search engine you’ve taken as a right or trusted a bit an excessive amount of? The cyber realm is unfortunately now not the place to search for legitimate info, and but our reliance is simple.

No room for impartial thought. Swallow the capsule and belief. We obtained your again. Are a few of us simply waking up like in an episode of WestWorld, or has shit has simply reached a brand new degree of terror?

“It’s not possible to know what’s what as a result of nothing is what it appears,” to cite “The Nice Hack, ”an upcoming documentary concerning the explosive Cambridge Analytical/Fb knowledge scandal. 

Which brings me to a different change: autosuggestions.

The preferred search phrases will now not come up. Incredulously, Google states that the auto-suggestions are literally “predictions, not recommendations.”

This is Google’s official assertion:

“You’ll discover we name these autocomplete ‘predictions’ fairly than ‘recommendations,’ and there’s a very good cause for that. Autocomplete is designed to assist individuals full a search they had been aspiring to do, to not counsel new sorts of searches to be carried out. These are our greatest predictions of the question you had been prone to proceed getting into.

“How can we decide these predictions? We take a look at the true searches that occur on Google and present widespread and trending ones related to the characters which might be entered and likewise associated to your location and former searches.”

HocusPocus Google, who made you resident magician?

That is simply Googledygook. Gross. Bullshit. A brilliantly sinister technique to program the lots. Autosuggestions are arguably the only but strongest software for thoughts management.

Sayer Ji, founding father of GreenMedinfo, writes:

“Google is auto finishing the search fields of billions of customers with false info (matters starting from pure well being to candidates for election), based mostly not on goal search quantity knowledge, however o n a particularly biased political and socio-economic agenda—one that’s jeopardizing the well being and human rights of everybody on the planet.”

The articles we publish at HoneyColony.com are referenced to research revealed within the peer-reviewed scientific literature—the generally acknowledged gold normal for analysis. However that doesn’t matter now that Massive Pharma propaganda is disseminated by way of Google.

This technique to your FEMA camp!

In late June 2019, a high Google executive-turned-whistleblower divulged to investigative journalist James O’ Keefe, founding father of Undertaking Veritas, that Google is certainly manipulating search outcomes, filtering content material and dubbing info information based mostly on Google’s agenda.

Don’t consider you’re being bamboozled? View the disparities in quantity your self by going to Google Tendencies. Examine the precise search quantity with Google’s wonderful new “predictions” characteristic.

These actions trump rules of reality and justice. It’s referred to as social engineering. Human experimentation even. What it isn’t is a search engine synonymous with searching for and discovering goal solutions. The Veritas video was promptly eliminated by YouTube (owned by Google) after which by Vimeo.

Sick ties: Massive Pharma & Massive Tech

One in each two Individuals right this moment suffers from a chronicillness, in line with the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC).

Whereas I discovered one other CDC research on Duckduckgo as an instance this level, the unique hyperlink (under) is now not working, regardless that it did only a week in the past.

I referred to as the CDC’s press division to ask if they may inform me the place the hyperlink had gone. Thus far, no phrase.

Think about that in his e-book, “1984,” Orwell describes how historical past and info are recalled and rewritten time and again, invariably reissued with none admission that any alteration had been made. Journalists have witnessed info go lacking earlier than their eyes whereas doing analysis. I now use completely different engines like google to search for stuff, and sometimes discover opposing narratives. I take additional precautions to hyperlink to the precise supply and likewise to truly interview individuals.

Now again to tablet popping. Individuals do it greater than wherever else on the planet. In 2016, greater than 4.5 billion prescriptions had been stuffed, incomes the pharmaceutical business greater than $200 billion, in line with an article by Gary Null revealed on The Centre for Analysis on Globablization (CRG), an impartial analysis and media group based mostly in my hometown of Montreal.

Regardless of all of the capsule gobbling, we’re nonetheless the sickest nation on the planet. And all these medication are sometimes simply including to the issue. Take note of that lots of the FDA-approved pills additionally trigger hurt. In response to a 2011 report by the Institute for Secure Remedy Practices, in that very same yr medication had been related to 2 – Four million individuals within the U.S. experiencing “severe, disabling or deadly accidents, together with 128,000 deaths.”

In the meantime, America additionally ranks fairly low relating to life expectancy. In response to America’s Well being Rating, “In contrast with different developed and plenty of growing nations, the USA continues to rank at or close to the underside in indicators of mortality (…) whereas persevering with to exceed different international locations in well being spending.”

In 2019, the U.S. will spend about $3.5 trillion on healthcare, along with a $1.5-trillion loss in work and wages because of sickness.

What’s fascinating is that prescription meds like xannies and SSRIs are part of American tradition, woven into narratives, songs, motion pictures and informal dialog. It’s accepted and customary, however nonetheless sick—what German-born American social psychologist Erich Fromm would have described as a “socially patterned defect.”

So let’s put issues into perspective: Opioid disaster. Antibiotic-resistance epidemic. Grotesque weight problems stats. Rising charges of metabolic syndrome. Skyrocketing autoimmune situations. Modernized well being crime like by no means earlier than.

In response to the New York Instances, cities are even suing main drugstore chains and Walmart, contending they helped orchestrate the distribution of billions of painkillers that devastated communities.

Pills and needles aren’t actually about us, regardless of the convincing guise. To hell with the Hippocratic Oath of do no hurt; earnings trump the long-term care of sufferers.

Null writes, “As a substitute of creating efforts to fund illness prevention and educate the general public, prevention has been deserted altogether.”

There isn’t a cash in cures. Administration of signs is what retains Massive Pharma in enterprise. Curing sufferers isn’t a sustainable enterprise mannequin.

With all these info laid out, can we safely say—each figuratively and actually—that  western drugs could not have all of the solutions? It’s no marvel so many are going elsewhere for solutions. Sectors reminiscent of diet, preventative drugs and personalised holistic well being have grown by leaps and bounds. In 2016, various drugs business income was estimated to at about $14.Three billion within the U.S. (In fact this business additionally has its personal host of points).

Congress, corruption, and censorship

What’s the U.S. authorities—federal companies such because the Meals and Drug Administration (FDA)—doing about all this you’ll ask? Whereas some politicians, even presidential candidates, have spoken out in opposition to Massive Pharma and the dearth of correct oversight, it’s all in the end ineffective. Massive Pharma does not simply personal Google. It owns Congress, too.

Dr. Raeford Brown, a pediatric anesthesia specialist on the UK Kentucky Kids’s Hospital and chair of the FDA Committee on Analgesics and Anesthetics, instructed Yahoo Finance:

“The pharmaceutical business pours thousands and thousands of {dollars} into the legislative department each single yr. In 2016, they put $100 million into the elections. That’s a ton of cash.”

As one reporter wrote within the Guardian, “Drug cash is coursing via the veins of Congress.”

And we’re nervous concerning the Russians? Actually?

Total, Congress will get paid to grant Massive Pharma carte blanche. The billions of lobbying {dollars} Massive Pharma has spent over time, and the completely different foyer teams concerned, is sufficient to make a woke individual nauseous.

Lobbying is how huge enterprise controls authorities. Massive Tech has adopted swimsuit, which can come useful given what OpenSecrets.org characterizes because the latest “great strain from regulators and lawmakers . . . over a litany of points starting from privateness to antitrust.” Massive Tech is now spending thousands and thousands on lobbyists (paid persuaders), too, becoming a member of the highest “Standard Suspects,” which predominantly consists of Massive Pharma.

Presently, tech firms like Google are indemnified in opposition to lawsuits for manipulating content material on their platform below Part 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, says Sayer Ji. Till this act is repealed, tech firms will proceed to function with impunity, primarily above the regulation.

In June 2019, Senator Josh Hawley(R-Mo.) launched Senate Invoice 1914, “A invoice to amend the Communications Decency Act to encourage suppliers of interactive pc companies to offer content material moderation that’s politically impartial.”

The invoice is known as the “Ending Help for Web Censorship Act.” Per conventional course of, it would subsequent be thought of by committee earlier than it’s probably despatched on to the Home or Senate for a vote. However in line with SkoposLabs, the invoice has solely a  2-percent likelihood of being enacted. In the meantime, per week in the past, The Home Antitrust Subcommittee launched a bipartisan investigation into “competitors in digital markets.”

In a press launch, Antitrust Subcommittee Chairman David N. Cicilline (D-R.I.), mentioned:

“The expansion of monopoly energy throughout our financial system is among the most urgent financial and political challenges we face right this moment. Market energy in digital markets presents a complete new set of risks. After 4 a long time of weak antitrust enforcement and judicial hostility to antitrust circumstances, it’s important that Congress step in to find out whether or not present legal guidelines are sufficient to sort out abusive conduct by platform gatekeepers or whether or not we want new laws to reply to this problem.”

(Involving authorities in on-line policing deserves its personal story).

In the meantime, the Division of Justice (DOJ) introduced in late July that it’s launching an antitrust probe into on-line platforms. The DOJ is liable for reviewing and implementing points referring to mergers, monopolies, competitors and price-fixing. Given the company’s monitor document of permitting perverse unjust mergers, I would not maintain my breath.

What is occurring is that social media platforms are getting fined. However so what? Fb was simply hit with a document $5-billion effective from the Federal Commerce Fee and a $100-million effective from the Securities and Alternate Fee, in late July. The EU, in the meantime, has fined Google billions of {dollars} 4 separate occasions lately for violations of European monopoly insurance policies.

Fines are paltry compared to the facility being gained and the earnings that Massive Tech/Pharma/Authorities/Elites stand to make. Can we count on any actual accountability, given Massive Tech is sleeping with omnipotent Massive Pharma?

The politicians who drank the Massive Pharma KoolAid or have ties with Massive Pharma are making arguments that social media and the openness of data is inflicting hurt. In a latest letter to Google and Fb, Chairman of the Home Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) wrote:

“There’s sturdy proof to counsel that at the very least a part of the supply of this pattern [spreading supposed misinformation] is the diploma to which medically inaccurate details about vaccines floor on the web sites the place many Individuals get their info.”

What is that this “sturdy proof?” Why not let the individuals determine and permit veritable impartial journalists to do their job, providing accessibility to impartial research?

Schiff writes:

“The algorithms which energy these companies usually are not designed to differentiate high quality info from misinformation or deceptive info, and the results of which might be notably troubling for public well being points.”

This cuts each methods, or at the very least it it used to. As a substitute, Massive Tech is taking an unequivocal stance on what constitutes well being freedom and security, blaming the openness of social media as the rationale for a measles outbreak. Puhleeze. This hoopla or faux narrative is manufactured to push an agenda that includes pills and needles, whereas smearing credible individuals, hiding info and vaporizing sovereignty.

Most individuals do not perceive the facility of Google of their lives, nor have they got any concept that Google has rolled out impactful updates and has extra within the works. However after I ask, I get a “Yeah, what, I did sort of discover one thing was completely different about Google.”

Abracadabra autosuggestions at play.

After which there’s the glut of pretend information complicated the general public. Take as an example this quote on ThinkProgress regarding proof of Google’s preferential leanings:

“What seems to be occurring is that some conservatives are massively distorting tech firms’ makes an attempt to guard in opposition to international election interference or limit the distribution of hateful views, stirring up conspiracy theories that the businesses are demonstrating blanket bias in opposition to conservatives.”

Bullshit. Don’t consider that the algorithmic adjustments are being made solely to guard you from one other “rigged” election or to save lots of you from 4 extra years of Trump. And do not consider that tech firms haven’t been allowed to cross a line. This can be a good instance of each a purple herring and a false narrative.

Wikipedia: on-line encyclopedia or Google sidekick & deathknell?

“I’m at all times searching for ‘all-around raconteurs,’” Jimmy Wales instructed me by way of electronic mail in 2006, after I reached out to ask if I may write for his firm, Wikipedia. That was earlier than I obtained wrapped up in a swarm of bees. I went on to make my movie, “Vanishing of the Bees,” about colony collapse dysfunction and the systemic pesticides that contribute largely to their dying.

Again then, Wales and Wikipedia co-founder, Larry Sanger, usually had a banner splattered on their homepage, hitting up on-line guests for cash to remain in enterprise. 13 years later, Google has helped fund a fleet of raconteurs by investing $3.1 million into Wikipedia, bringing Google’s complete contribution to $7.5 million.

Wikipedia is now Google’s obedient sidekick. As journalist Louise Matsakis wrote in Wired:

“The choice isn’t altruistic. The corporate additionally has used Wikipedia articles to coach machine-learning algorithms, in addition to combat misinformation on YouTube.”

Google now ranks Wikipedia in lots of searches as a very legit encyclopedia, regardless that it’s an open supply website that has been described as an “typically untrustworthy supply of data.” On Wikipedia, customers can replace entries in actual time. Sanger himself described it as a “damaged system.”

In response to Null and Richard Gales:

“Content material about medical merchandise and therapeutic regimes are penned by fully unqualified editors with no medical background . . . But Wikipedia editors state with authority that there aren’t any confirmed well being advantages in non-conventional and pure medical therapies. On condition that their employers are a part of Massive Pharma, can we actually consider them?”

Google’s algorithms are giving higher rankings to content material from a bunch of nameless unvetted contributors over veritable impartial journalists educated in practical drugs who encourage dialog, query assumptions, problem the established order and encourage curiosity. However we’re the castaways?

In fact, there exist tons of research and articles demonstrating the efficacy of complementary and various drugs. Many impartial board-certified physicians and practical drugs practitioners make the most of them of their practices with glorious outcomes.

Take for instance, Dr. Joseph Mercola, an precise board-certified D.O. and revered creator whose web site predates Google. He has written tons of of legitimate articles and has been an inspiration to thousands and thousands. However now, many won’t ever know his contributions, as a result of, he says, “Google is now manually reducing the rating of undesirable content material, based mostly on Wikipedia’s evaluation of the creator or website.”

Beneath is what you’ll discover when you seek for Joseph Mercola. Go forward children, strive it at house.

“No matter occurred you vanished, and neither you nor your actions had been ever heard of once more.” – from “1984.”

Technofascist future: Will we resist?

I’m solely scratching the floor of this properly spun-out (worldwide) net.

You probably have by no means heard of me, however I’ve been banned for all times from PayPal, scrubbed off Kiva and GoFundme, had our Fb advertisements quickly shut down, and have been buried by Google. In fact, I can write a complete collection about technofascist acts within the well being and wellness house.

Only recently, I discovered that Care2, a website that connects individuals with causes, is closing down its “Wholesome Residing and Causes” sections “as the corporate sharpens its concentrate on advocacy work and nonprofit companions.” What does that actually imply? Not solely are they shutting down the part, they’re eradicating all their articles. Poof. Gone. Vaporized.  

“I do know it is tremendous irritating to see content material that you’ve got written disappear,” one editor wrote to me. Tremendous irritating? I’ve by no means had my content material deleted. It’s suspicious. Infuriating. Puzzling. Technofascist.

Coincidental? Unlikely.

As Mercola writes:

“It’s a daunting future. Massive Tech has joined the motion, bringing in a worldwide focus of wealth to remove competitors and demanding voices—voices that carry consciousness . . . .as our rights, freedoms and competitors erode right into a fascist sundown, all disguised as a way to guard you from ‘misinformation.’”

Bowers asks:

“Will sufficient of the general public acknowledge the risks that lie forward and can they be capable of articulate the significance of what’s being misplaced, together with how what’s being misplaced undermines the range of cultural commons experiences which might be extra ecologically sustainable? Probably the most important query is whether or not there will likely be resistance to how on a regular basis lives are being more and more monitored, motivated to pursue the more and more slim financial agenda of the rising techno-fascist tradition and stripped of historic values and id?”

In “1984,” the torture is an excessive amount of. Winston, the primary character, betrays his lover, Julia, in change for his personal life. She does the identical. “Energy is in tearing human minds to items and placing them collectively once more in new shapes of your individual selecting,” Orwell writes.

Will we arise for rights for well being freedom and sovereignty? Or sit again and play with our telephones whereas we lose our rights and are forcefully caught with needles?

“Anytime you’re really free, there’s a value to pay,” Dr. Cornel West lately instructed Joe Rogan.

I agree. However the various is ghastly. I do not consider we now have to be slaves to Massive Brother. Converse out and share. Are likely to your intestine and your mind with micronutrients, and entry the cleanest meals. Use Duckduckgo and different engines like google.

In the meantime, Natural Customers Affiliation is working with Mercola and different Well being Liberty allies to create an alternative choice to technofascism.

As Orwell says, “Till they grow to be acutely aware they may by no means insurgent, and till after they’ve rebelled they can’t grow to be acutely aware.”  

Maryam Henein, HoneyColony.com, is a Canadian investigative journalist, activist, practical drugs guide, filmmaker and entrepreneur. She directed the documentary “Vanishing of the Bees.”  Observe her on Twitter. Natural Customers Affiliation (OCA), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit grassroots client advocacy group. To maintain up with OCA’s information and alerts, join right here.