The recent firing of Google engineer James Damore was confirmation of what most of us non-Leftists already knew: Google is a far-Left activist organisation that would rather push its ideological agenda than be a good search engine.
They recently announced new plans to “fight extremist content”, read: censor non-Left views, and since then have begun an all-out assault on free speech and anyone who even hints at disagreeing with their cultish beliefs.
Independent journalist Luke Rudowski runs YouTube channel We Are Change, that has almost half a million subscribers, and recently had hundreds of his videos demonetised without any real explanation.
Enough is enough, it is time to fight back and that means a boycott of as many Google products as we can.
Unfortunately, YouTube has no established alternative right now, but I will be uploading all my videos to Vidme from now on, and any videos with “extreme” opinions (read: new ideas that the Left hate) will be uploaded there as well as my Minds page.
That said, there are real alternatives to Google’s search engine, not just alternatives either, much better ones.
DuckDuckGo is an excellent search engine if you are looking to research any topic.
If you use Google to research any contentious issue that the Left have a strong position on, you will inevitably be flooded with Leftist opinions and the facts will be drowned out by activist garbage.
Not so with DuckDuckGo, with this search you get a wide variety of sources from all sides of the argument.
DuckDuckGo values privacy of their users above all and doesn’t track search history.
“DuckDuckGo is an Internet search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers’ privacy and avoiding the filter bubble of personalized search results. DuckDuckGo distinguishes itself from other search engines by not profiling its users and by deliberately showing all users the same search results for a given search term,” is stated clearly on their website.
This makes it an infinitely superior research tool to Google’s garbage narrative manipulator.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for you can then use Bing, which has many of the features of Google without the sour taste in your mouth.
So everyone, boycott Google, just don’t use it, if you own a business ban employees from using it as a search engine, if you have a family tell your kids to use something else, tell your partner to stop using it forever. Make a point of getting away from this horrible company that abuses it’s monopolistic power.
Continue to use YouTube but make sure you first watch Sargon of Akkad’s video What can we do?
Donate to social commenters, buy their merchandise, subscribe to their premium services (no I am not getting any kickbacks for this, I just believe in the cause, truly), upvote and comment on every one of their videos every single time and share the best to social media.
At the end of the day, Google is a business and if it sees a big drop in users then that hurts them in the best way possible: the bottom line.
Once shareholders get the picture, Google will have to respect the people or it will die.