NYT Asks Google to Censor Search Results Related to Hillary’s Health Problems and They Do It

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RTWT.

Do you understand yet?

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20 responses to “NYT Asks Google to Censor Search Results Related to Hillary’s Health Problems and They Do It

  1. Reblogged this on Starvin Larry and commented:
    Did anyone really expect anything different?
    It’s been obvious for a long time that google,farcebook,and twitter control search results and screen your posts/tweets and screen the posts/tweets you see.

  2. And “patriots” and “conservatives” bitch and whine about being banned and censored on twitter and fb etc.

  3. when rollicking good nature gets smeared as a “seizure”, something is rotten in Denmark. Mrs. Clinton is fit as a fiddle, and will be a strong and determined Leader of the Free World

  4. The New York Slimes is owned by…. Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr.

    Google is owned by two guys: one is Larry Page. The other is Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin.

    Now, just WHAT do you think all three of these guys have in common?

    Not a conspiracy theorist – a term coined by the CIA to discredit people who can do maths (1+1=2), and despite the fact that These United States were started with a conspiracy.

    Just pointing out a commonality between these three guys who just happen to be able to manipulate at will what multiples of millions of people see, hear, read…

      • So that means he’s an Undercover Jew!

      • Fair point.

        But clarification is in order.

        Apparently, shares in the NYT are split into Class A and Class B types. A bit of light research into the matter yielded this nugget of information:

        The Ochs-Sulzberger family, one of the United States’ newspaper dynasties, has owned The New York Times ever since. After the publisher went public in the 1960s, the family continued to exert control through its ownership of the vast majority of Class B voting shares. Class A shareholders are permitted restrictive voting rights while Class B shareholders are allowed open voting rights.

        The Ochs-Sulzberger family trust controls roughly 88 percent of the company’s class B shares. Any alteration to the dual-class structure must be ratified by six of eight directors who sit on the board of the Ochs-Sulzberger family trust. The Trust board members are Daniel H. Cohen, James M. Cohen, Lynn G. Dolnick, Susan W. Dryfoos, Michael Golden, Eric M. A. Lax, Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. and Cathy J. Sulzberger.

        It’s like kicking over an anthill… of fire ants…

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_York_Times

        • Thanks. Is the wiki link for that attribution solid?

          • Solid? I assume so. Just clicked on it to see what would happen. Took me right to the page I copy/pasted the link from.

            If you mean if the information is accurate, then I can only assume so. I could spend the next several days vetting the information on that page…

            One thing I forgot was this bit, father down the page which directly addresses the Carlos Slim issue:

            Carlos Slim loan and investment

            On January 20, 2009, The New York Times reported that Carlos Slim, Mexican telecommunications magnate and the world’s second richest person,[48] lent it $250 million “to help the newspaper company finance its businesses”.[49] Since then, Slim has made additional investments in Times stock. As of October 6, 2011, according to Reuters, his position was estimated at over 8.1% of Class A shares.[50]

            On January 20, 2015, Slim increased his stake in the New York Times to 16.8% when he exercised stock options to purchase 15.9 million shares, acquired as part of a repayment plan on a loan given to the New York Times Co. during the financial crisis in 2009. Although this acquisition made him the largest shareholder in the company, it does not give him the ability to control the newspaper, as his stake allows him to vote only for Class A directors, who compose just a third of the company’s board.

            Conclusion: Carlos Slim is the largest individual shareholder of Class A stocks, and though it sounds impressive (and is kinda is), he really can’t do a whole lot. He can vote for who gets to make the big decisions, but that’s about it.

      • that’s the common stock. Actual control remains with the Sulzberger’s, for whom Slim is a useful shabbatz goy…& whose open-borders, globalist values/interests are in any case in perfect synch with the Tikkun Olam. (((They))) control the Fed the same way: its common stock is held mostly by other banks. The “preferred stock” is Rothschild/Warburg/Seif majority held. Reuters, incidentally, was also a Rothschild property until 2008, when the “Thompson Family” got a 53% common stock interest; only after agreeing, however, to abide by the “original trustee’s” decisions in all matters of importance

  5. Centurion_Cornelius

    Yo, Fascisti! and we all know how ALL THAT ended when “Power to the People” wormed its way front ‘n center.

    Memo to Fascisti: “HANG AROUND” for social justice–senza pietà.

    • Good idea for a Go-Fund-Me startup… a small US company that makes high-quality meat hooks.

      Alternate good idea: small US company that makes high-quality coir rope.

  6. Google?
    “Oracle Funds Anti-Google Effort that Outs Hillary, Obama”
    http://www.blazingcatfur.ca/2016/08/21/when-titans-go-to-war-oracle-funds-anti-google-effort-that-outs-hillary-obama-bias/

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”

  7. They can try but they cant stop the signal.

  8. Here’s a disturbing tidbit for ya’ll. I’ve covered my computers internal webcam with tape because, well, fuck webcams but, I had a short conversation about Telecaster guitars with someone yesterday in my computer room. Now, here’s the interesting part. The popup ads that infest my homepage now show me, almost exclusively, Telecaster guitars for sale.. I’m no longer surprised by these technological intrusions but it’s disconcerting all the same.

  9. Uncle Larry

    The fascists were hung by the communists. No good guys were involved. On either side.

  10. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..