June 10, 2019
Big Tech has a hate vendetta against Alex Jones that just won’t die until they’ve banned the noble penis pill salesman from every digital service known to man, and then banned him again for good measure.
Oftentimes, they just ban him from something he is already banned from while they wait for the pajeets in the back to devise an exciting new way to ban him.
All of this serves to highlight the ritualistic quality that “The Banning of the Jones” has taken on in the modern culture. Years from now, in the aftermath of the Big Scorch and the Great Blackening, post-technological neo-primitives will construct huge wooden effigies of a fat Buddha-like caricature of The Wer-Jones in the desert and set him alight amid a chorus of rhythmic chanting and tribal “shaka shaka shaka” style dancing.
The origins of the ritual and its hidden meaning will be long forgotten, but it will remain with man from now unto the end of time.
Tech giant Google has de-listed Alex Jones from its website search engine in its latest effort to unperson the Infowars founder.
When plugging “Alex Jones” into Google’s search engine, his flagship website Infowars.com doesn’t appear until the third page of its search results.
The apparent move by Google comes after an employee in April leaked damning internal documents detailing how Google manually manipulates its search results to exclude conservative media websites.
“T&S [Trust & Safety team] will be in charge of updating the blacklist as when there is a demand,” reads the policy document.
“The purpose of the blacklist will be to bar the sites from surfacing in any Search feature or news product. It will not cause a demotion in the organic search results or de-index them altogether.”
“The deceptive_news domain blacklist is going to be used by many search features to filter problematic sites that violate the good neighbor and misrepresentation policies,” explained the document.
The next step in Big Tech’s censorship slippery slope will likely be the banning of entire website URLs altogether, where one must manually enter a website domain into the address bar to visit it.
The proof is in the pudding.
Alex’s Infowars flagship site is only listed on page three of the Google search results – which, as everyone knows, means that it no longer exists on the internet.
Compared to an alternative search engine:
I used to think the fat man was a bought and paid for shill, but I failed to understand the greater significance of what he was doing at the time.
Unbeknownst to even himself, no doubt, Alex Jones had begun casting doubt on the official narrative surrounding mass killings. When he infamously denied that Sandy Hook was real, and that crisis actors were used, he also began the dangerous trend of doubting the official narrative on mass killings.
Or just the narrative on anything. He has millions of followers – or he did – who would just say that anything that happened was a hoax staged by the CIA.
You can’t hardly form a moving media narrative about anything when you’ve got millions of people just claiming that everything is fake on principle, even if maybe it isn’t even fake.
You want to have an emotional scene involving a bunch of dead kids so you can call for gun control?
Sorry, half the country thinks everyone involved is a crisis actor, so no one gives a shit about your dead kids, because they never even died.
This incredible ability to wreck narratives, combined with the fact that Alex was part of a right-wing grassroots samizdat that helped Trump get elected in 2016 despite all odds, is why he is being banned. In fact, everyone who helped Trump get elected in 2016 is being shut down by Silicon Valley to make sure that nothing similar ever happens again.
Jones was Judas’d by Trump – as were we all – and now he is condemned to being banned ad infinitum until the end of time.
Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.