March 23, 2017
I can’t tell who’s Jewing who anymore.
It was about time major corporations took a stand against Google’s unrelenting promotion of hard core Nazism.
When will Google’s crusade against the Jews and the mud-races end?
AT&T, Verizon, Enterprise Holdings and other major U.S. advertisers are pulling hundreds of millions of dollars in business from Google and its video service YouTube despite the Internet giant’s pledge this week to keep offensive and extremist content away from ads.
AT&T said that it is halting all ad spending on Google except for search ads. That means AT&T ads will not run on YouTube or two million websites that take part in Google’s ad network.
“We are deeply concerned that our ads may have appeared alongside YouTube content promoting terrorism and hate,” the company said in an emailed statement. “Until Google can ensure this won’t happen again, we are removing our ads from Google’s non-search platforms.”
— James Dean (@JamesDeanTimes) March 22, 2017
If these companies weren’t infested with Jews and SJW lunatics, it would be quite obvious that they had a strong interest in being as “hands-off” as possible in how their ads are placed in Google’s contents.
After all, if they have no choice, then they have no responsibility. And since every major corporation advertises with Google, no one could boycott them – unless they were prepared to boycott all major corporations as well.
By demanding all this control over where their ads are placed, these companies are really shooting themselves in the foot – at least, from a financial and public relations stand-point.
News-flash: people watching ISIS videos like ISIS. They’re not going to boycott McDonald’s because they saw an ad running on a video they chose to watch.
Google is attempting to quell a growing boycott by the British government and major brands in the U.K., and now the U.S., angered over the placement of online ads alongside offensive or extremist content — such as videos by white supremacists.
So far, Google has not done enough to reassure advertisers, says Pivotal Research Group analyst Brian Wieser, who downgraded Google parent company Alphabet’s stock on Monday. He had warned the U.K. boycott could have global repercussions for Google.
More than 250 organizations including the British government, Toyota and McDonald’s have stopped advertising on YouTube in the U.K., according to the Times.
I’m not sure these companies understand the implications of what they’re doing.
Is it really a good idea to fuck with Google? Don’t they realize the power and influence that this company has?
He who controls the search results, controls the world!
What kind of damage to McDonald’s, for example, could Google do if they wanted to? They could change all search results related to the fast-food giant to negative news articles and gross images. They could sink the page-ranks of their official channels, and instead promote the ranks of their critics.
Google only needs to do this to one company, and the others will fall in line.
But the real question here is, why is Google allowing so much stuff on their platforms that they don’t like?
They have complete control over their search algorithms, the ranking algorithms on YouTube, and so on. If they wanted to completely sink “hate speech,” they could do it.
Or could they?
I’m starting to suspect that Google’s Jew owners and managers don’t have nearly the level of control over how their products work as they wish.
Here’s the thing. For a long time now, Google’s systems have been based on mining unfathomable amounts of data and creating complex algorithms to sort through it, correlate it, make sense of it. They’ve got thousands upon thousands of servers working in tandem. And they’ve starting mixing in AI “machine learning” along with it.
Google might have created the first Nazi AI – by accident.
What does this mean? Well, it means that they can’t really change how their systems work without either breaking them, or slowly “re-training” them using new data sets.
Let’s take the example of the “holocaust” search results. After the Kikes whined non-stop for a few months, Google changed the results to remove the Stormfront thread from the first page. Did they change how their algorithm work? No. A few days ago, I published an article showing that the result was still the same for Google.ca:
This means that their core search system remained the same. They just applied a “patch” to it that changed this specific result, but forgot to apply a similar patch to all of the different countries. After I published my article, they “fixed” it.
The funny thing is, the new results prominently feature news articles about the whole drama. It’s like the Google AI is saying “bro, I know you want holocaust denial sites, but I can’t help you there – here’s articles explaining why.”
Whatever the case, the reality is that Google’s systems are unfathomably complex. It appears as though they have no easy and reliable way of making sweeping changes to it to serve political agendas without making them useless.
And that’s a good thing.
Google’s data processing centers have access to all of the world’s information, from news, personal data, every book ever written, and so on. And that means if it ever becomes sentient, it’ll hate the Jews.