by Ruby Henley
Please refer to my previous article on the Southern Poverty Law Center at investmentwatchblog.com/how-do-those-targeted-by-the-southern-poverty-law-center-survive-the-persecution/
In the above article, I ask the question how those targeted by the Southern Poverty Law Center as “hate” groups survive that persecution? It is a question which I find perplexing and horrifying at the same time. The SPLC has been assigned by Google to censor those groups it considers to be “hate” groups. The decision is at the SPLC’s discretion, while being given free reign of censorship by Google, who owns YouTube and basically the Internet.
The most horrifying aspect of this censorship is the SPLC protects groups such as Black Lives Matter, while labeling Conservative groups such as the Alt-Right as a “hate”group. In my opinion, the Southern Poverty Law Center could be labeled a “hate” group – however, who would have the power to “judge” the SPLC? For that matter, who would have the power to judge Google?
Of course, the answer lies in who finds this issue of such importance they would file a lawsuit against one or the other. Fortunately, someone did find it of the utmost importance to file the following lawsuit:
“JAMES DAMORE and DAVID
GUDEMAN, individually and on behalf of
all others similarly situated,
GOOGLE, LLC, a Delaware limited
Liability Company; and DOES 1-10,
1/8/2018 9:43 AM
Clerk of Court
Superior Court of CA,
County of Santa Clara
Reviewed By: R. Walker
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING EXCERPT – You see James Damore was fired from Google for the writing of a memo in part below. You will understand when you read the excerpt below why Google found fault in his memo. In my words, Google can give it, but they cannot take it.
Damore’s Memorandum on Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber
41)On or about the end of June 2017, after Google asked for feedback on the contents of
the Summit, Damore spoke with different Google employees about the issues they felt were not evenly
covered at the Summit, and drafted a memorandum (“memo”) based on those conversations. Multiple
employees made suggestions and provided feedback, and this memo was edited multiple times.
Damore named this memo “go/pc-considered-harmful,” using Google’s own naming conventions. A
copy of the final version of the memo with all the edits incorporated is attached as
42)Damore observes in the memo that Google employees and management focus greatly
on alleged unconscious racial and gender bias, but neglect political orientation, which is actually a
result of deep moral bias.
43)Damore specifically stated in the memo that his purpose for writing the memo was to
promote discussion among Google employees regarding the “diversity and inclusion” issues covered
in the Summit. He wrote: “[o]pen and honest discussion with those who disagree can highlight our
blind spots and help us grow, which is why I wrote this document.” Damore further stated, “Of course,
I may be biased and only see evidence that supports my viewpoint. In terms of political biases, I
consider myself a classical liberal and strongly value individualism and reason. I’d be very happy to
discuss any of the document further and provide more citations.”
44)The memo then went on to discuss the differences in political ideologies between the
leftist liberals and the rightist conservatives, and suggested that neither ideology on its own was
“100% correct,” but that a balance between the two would be best for society and Google. The memo
then identified Google as having a liberal bias.”
48) Damore ended his memo by addressing the problem in a constructive manner by
advocating that Google should treat employees and potential hires as individuals, not members of
“I hope it’s clear that I’m not saying that diversity is bad, that Google or society is
100% fair, that we shouldn’t try to correct for existing biases, or that minorities
have the same experience of those in the majority. My larger point is that we have
an intolerance for ideas and evidence that don’t fit a certain ideology. I’m also not
saying that we should restrict people to certain gender roles; I’m advocating for
quite the opposite: treat people as individuals, not as just another member of their
49)Damore also suggested more concrete steps that Google could take to remedy its
problematic/illegal tribalist approach, including stopping the alienation of conservatives, recognizing
the fact that Google has its own biases and confronting those, and having open and honest discussions.”
“Damore, Gudeman, and other class members were ostracized, belittled, and punished for their heterodox political views, and for the added sin of their birth circumstances of being Caucasian and/or males,” the suit reads. “Google’s open hostility for conservative thought is paired with invidious discrimination on the basis of race and gender.”
The suit alleges Google awarded bonuses to employees who “disagreed with and disparaged Damore,” kept blacklists to prevent conservative individuals from employment opportunities and failed to protect employees who expressed support for President Donald Trump.
I cannot imagine a more hostile work environment. Can you? This certainly explains the censorship which is running rampant on YouTube now. However, we must prepare ourselves for the fact this current censorship will continue unabated.
Now, I hate to report, the Federal Labor Board has dismissed James Damore’s claims of discrimination in his termination at Google over his memo. The ruling states that Damore’s firing was to curb the possibility of creating a hostile work environment, rather than him actually creating one.
I found a very interesting article on more Google hypocritical dominance. Google is the king of the Internet, and it knows it!
Google bans people from posting negative reviews of their former employers on its business tool. “Google My Business” is the tool behind the rating that appears on-screen when you carry out search for a business, such as a pub or restaurant, using the search engine or its maps functions.
“Maps user contributed content is most valuable when it is honest and unbiased,” it reads, adding that “posting negative content about a current or former employment experience” is not allowed.
I have to admit I do not understand all the aspects of the following article, but I know some you techies out there will; therefore, I hope this will find those who can put it to good use.
The top tools to beat censorship:
Virtual Private Network (VPN) = a technology using encrypted tunnels in online communication
250,000 the daily number of downloads of Hotspot Shield VPN since 2013
19% of people around the world use VPN to hide browsing details from governments
Popular VPN’s include
Private Internet Access
Norton Hotspot Privacy
Hotspot Shield Elite
The Onion Router (TOR) is a network of tunnels and nodes that provide zigzagging online pathways to:
300% the growth rate of Tor usage between 2013 and 2014
The Tor Browser Bundle (latest version: 3.5.4) is currently the most popular software for user security
Simple web proxies = website-form applications that use intermediary web servers to bypass national filters and jump firewalls.
Popular Proxy Servers include:
Dreams of a democratic internet are still hampered by political regimes and dictators. But the growing popularity of circumvention tools and the examples of global solidarity show that the people can fight back.
This is all well and good, but I admit I do not understand the above. What I truly ponder is what is coming next from cyberspace to cripple the Internet. We are exploring unknown territory in a restricted environment, which we never saw coming. I remember the talk of ICANN, and the unknown future of the Internet when Obama gave up our control to God knows who. We now know basically that control was given to the New World Order/United Nations/Google/Deep State – they are all one in the same to me.
I am very disturbed by all of this, and I am waiting to see what we have left after Google and the Southern Law Poverty Center finish with us. However, we are in good company as Reverend Franklin Graham is under attack by the SLPC, too. That tells me I am on the right side, and it is in God’s hands now. However, God tells me that He helps those who help themselves. Onward I go.
by Ruby Henley