By Mac Slavo -
Google is censoring natural health and alternative health websites and the information that those have provided. The tech giant is intentionally burying alternative health sites to defend "people from dangerous medical advice" while protecting big pharma.
Because the real aim of censorship is control over the population, Google has made sure natural health is considered heresy, to be condemned and punished. As FEE put it: "A free person understands that there is no one "best" pathway. Although experts have the knowledge, a free person takes responsibility, makes a choice, and bears the consequences. We never know what the consequences would have been had we made a different choice." A slave, on the other hand, does what they are told.
While this news isn't new, it should not be tolerated either. Google wants to protect you from conflicting opinions. And if you don't think that's a problem, imagine sometime in the future when searching for information on monetary policy you only find results for Modern Monetary Theory. Google thinks its intention to "do the right thing" is enough to prevent abuses; some Google employees would disagree.
Google is not eliminating access to alternative health pages; it is making it harder to find them. Typical health searches will still generate plenty of "facts," just not conflicting facts. You are only going to get one side and one answer, even though health is not a "one size fits all" deal. It never should be either. Every human is different and our actions taken should not be hindered by manipulated information.
Thanks to the power of the internet, we have a level of freedom of information never enjoyed before by any previous generation on Earth - and that information is the very life's blood of democratic ideals, and the necessary ingredient for informed consent and health freedom, our primary advocacies.
But what happens when the gate-keepers of the content that flows through this incredible invention, like Facebook and Pinterest, censor and shadow ban certain of its users or content, or their ability to send you messages via email service provider platforms like Mailchimp, as we've recently experienced on GreenMedInfo.com? Where do we go for information then? -GreenMedInfo
Google has been in the pocket of Big Pharma for a while now:
Mercola.com has been a source of whistle-blowing information about Big Pharma and Big Tech collusion for decades, so it is no surprise why Google would take this action against his platform, and similar ones. In fact, signs of the coming purge came back in 2016, when GlaxoSmithKline signed a $715 million contract to partner with Google, and with increasing partnerships with pharmaceutical companies in 2019 like Sanofi. Google's parent company Alphabet is heavily invested in a vaccine company,Vaccitech, founded by scientists at Oxford University. Google, it appears, has become a pay-to-play operation, and contains a specific sociopolitical and economic agenda that is built directly into its search algorithms. - GreenMedInfo
Censorship and hiding information is nothing new, sadly, but it's now up to us if we are to be spoon-fed the information Google was paid to provide, or if we look further on our own.