Eric Schmidt – Self-Appointed Gatekeeper Of The World – A Very Well Laid Out Plan.

by Ruby Henley
Eric Schmidt has a desire to control humanity.  What better way to do so than to help create a Net to connect all people with one another, enabling conversation, the exchange of ideas, and all the while playing God in the catch and release of their communications and private business.  He is a fisherman of all men. We enjoyed the beginning of our walk down Google’s yellow brick road, but now we have met the big bad witch. But, alas, it is not a she but a he!
Here is a little background on Schmidt from
Role in illegal non-recruiting agreements[edit]
While working at Google, Schmidt was involved in activities[37] that later became the subject of the High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation case that resulted in a settlement of $415 million paid by Adobe, Apple, Google and Intel to employees. In one incident, after receiving a complaint from Steve Jobs of Apple, Schmidt sent an email to Google’s HR people saying; “I believe we have a policy of no recruiting from Apple and this is a direct inbound request. Can you get this stopped and let me know why this is happening? I will need to send a response back to Apple quickly so please let me know as soon as you can. Thanks Eric”. Schmidt’s email led to a recruiter for Google being “terminated within the hour” for not having adhered to the illegal scheme. Under Schmidt, there was a “Do Not Call list” of companies Google would avoid recruiting from.[38] According to a court filing, another email exchange shows Google’s human resources director asking Schmidt about sharing its no-cold call agreements with competitors. Schmidt responded that he preferred it be shared “verbally, since I don’t want to create a paper trail over which we can be sued later?”[3
Schmidt was an informal advisor and major donor to Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, and began campaigning the week of October 19, 2008, on behalf of the candidate.[47] He was mentioned as a possible candidate for the Chief Technology Officer position, which Obama created in his administration,[48] and Obama considered him for Commerce Secretary.[49] After Obama won in 2008, Schmidt became a member of President Obama’s transition advisory board and then a member of the United States President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST).[50] Schmidt has served on Google’s government relations team.
Ash Carter appointed Schmidt as chairman of the DoD Innovation Advisory Board announced March 2, 2016. It will be modeled like the Defense Business Board and will facilitate the Pentagon at becoming more innovative and adaptive.[52]
Schmidt is an investor in The Groundwork, a start-up company associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.[53][54] For example, it charged the campaign $177,000 in the second quarter of 2015.[53] By May 2016, the campaign had spent $500,000 on it.[54]
Schmidt is an investor in Timshel, another start up company associated with Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.[55] Timshel is the parent company of The Groundwork.[56
It must have been quite a shock to Schmidt when Hillary Clinton lost to President Trump, and he made it extremely difficult for his Conservative employees at Google to survive.  In fact, a young employee was fired due to his views on Google’s bias against Conservatives. He is now suing, but I doubt it will go anywhere. Eric Schmidt is in control, and he planned it that way.
Some time back Schmidt made this comment “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you should not do it.”  I wonder if he practices what he preaches? Nah, don’t think so.
In his book THE NEW DIGITAL AGE, he makes it very clear he is presenting a technocratic imperialism , which constructs a new idiom for the United States global power in the 21st century.  He predicts the close union between the State Department and Silicon Valley – he was making his plans to control the world then.
He decided the tech industry could be a powerful agent of American foreign policy.  “The New Digital Age” is an attempt by Google to position itself as America’s geopolitical visionary — the one company that can answer the question “Where should America go?” The world’s most famous warmongers has  given their blessing to Schmidt. Henry Kissinger, Tony Blair, and the former C.I.A. director Michael Hayden praised the book.
Schmidt’s dream of progress is driven by the spread of American consumer technology over the surface of the earth. Already, every day, another million or so Google-run mobile devices are activated. Google will interpose itself, and hence the United States government, between the communications of every human being.  Technologies of surveillance and control is referred to as “participation.” Chillingly our present world order of domination, intimidation, and oppression continues unmentioned in truth. When those who seek to control humanity, they get all excited but never show their true colors.
The most horrifying aspect of the book is digitally inspired mobs mean revolutions will be “easier to start” but “harder to finish.” Because of the absence of strong leaders, the result, or so Mr. Kissinger tells the authors, will be coalition governments that descend into autocracies.  They had it all well planned years ago.
The authors fantasize about the future of “well resourced” revolutionary groups. A new “crop of consultants” will “use data to build and fine-tune a political figure.” I am afraid they failed with Hillary Clinton – praise God.
The following is an excerpt from – one of my favorite publications:
Here is what the upcoming Google ad ban means right now, this February:
If you managed to get ads from a secondary provider after Google banned you from Adsense (what Google does to sites that tell the truth,) Google will now ban your new ad provider and de-fund you that way. IF YOU WANT YOUR ADS TO WORK, YOU HAVE TO PAY GOOGLE TO LET THEM WORK via a third-party shell organization they set up. This also applies to sites like Infowars, which sells its own products, and issues the ads for those products from its own server. If Google does not want them to show up on your site, they won’t. They are not saying how much they are going to extort people for (to allow the ads to load) yet but there is no question it is going to be deadly, if not now, in the future.
This may seem like I am sensationalizing things, but I am not. All one has to do is look at Google’s past behavior. First they banned people from Adsense. Now they are banning many “ad types” for people who have figured out how to make it without Adsense (unless, of course, Adsense itself sends that ad type). Those two steps are confirmed. The only step remaining will be to ban all ads google does not approve of, PERIOD, no matter how they are done. And if they can have an AI learn chess better than any grand master in hours, you can bet they can have that AI automatically wipe out all forms of revenue to any web site.
They have become too brazen. They are begging for repercussions.
To see a whitewash on this topic click here. Yes, I don’t like the ad types they specifically mention, but there are 4 other ad types they do not mention that will also be blocked. Anyone with an ounce of wit ought to know what this is really about.
In my need to understand just how drastically Alt-Right will be attacked, I have put together excerpts from a number of articles that do explain just what we are facing.  This excerpt come from STATE OF THE NATION:
A new book, “Islamic Jihad, Cultural Marxism and the Transformation of the West,” examines the role of Google as a new media “gatekeeper” that determines how people see the reality of the world. The author, William Mayer of, examines how Google produces search engine results on the subject of Islamic terrorism that play down criminal activities of leading Jihadists. Mayer says the results can be confusing unless the search terms are assembled with scrupulous precision, “a difficult task when one isn’t exactly sure in advance the extent of the associations being pursued.”
In his excellent book, Mayer documents in detail the “leftist/Obama/Media merger” that played a significant role in Obama’s 2012 victory and figures prominently in Hillary Clinton’s plan for victory on Tuesday.
Mayer comments, “…if we think of the Internet as the largest depository of information ever to be created, it assumes in many sense the role of the book of common wisdom. When the universal storehouse of information obfuscates and hides knowledge it becomes censorious, preventing or at least stifling access to non-ideologically approved ideas and information.”
When Barack Obama campaigns against Trump by citing the KKK, you can rest assured this has been determined by analysts in the Hillary campaign to be at least somewhat effective in scaring blacks.
Even with the use of these scientific techniques, victory is not assured for the “progressive” forces. That is why reports of vote fraud are mounting as Obama sounds the alarm about the KKK. For Trump to win, the “silent majority” will have to be a real majority with millions of votes to spare, surpassing the artificially created “progressive” bloc bolstered by fraudulent votes and created by an emerging technocratic dictatorship of access to information. “
The below article is extremely interesting, and I had not heard anything about it until I ran across it in my research.–and-why-it-matters-2014-9
It does show you the extent Google has gone to steal human rights even away from authors.
IN ITS nearly 500-year history, Unter den Linden, Berlin’s main boulevard, has seen many political protests. But the one held recently in front of Google’s offices in the German capital must be among the most peculiar.
Activists demonstrated against iWright, a new software that can supposedly write novels and is supposedly backed by Google. “It’s a declaration of war against all authors”, an organiser said.
If all this sounds like a PR stunt, it probably was–though it is not clear what for. Still, it nicely captures the mood in Germany.
Although Germans seem to love Google’s services (it has a 91% market share in online search), the firm itself is seen as a digital glutton that intends to ingest everything: personal data, intellectual property, industry, even democracy. Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s economy minister and vice-chancellor, has gone so far as to suggest that the company be broken up.
In recent weeks things have calmed somewhat: next month Mr Gabriel is due to appear on a discussion panel with Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman (who is also on the board of The Economist’s parent company). But Germany’s Googlephobia is a big reason why Joaquín Almunia, Europe’s competition commissioner, is likely to announce shortly that he plans to renegotiate a deal with Google to settle antitrust charges.
One reason for the aversion is, predictably, Edward Snowden’s revelations. Since any German attempts to curb American spooks’ snooping are doomed, Google and other big American tech firms have become ersatz targets. This is in tune with a mounting digital revulsion in Germany.
It has just become the first country to ban Uber Pop, a ride-sharing service based on a smartphone app, on its entire territory. Dave Eggers’s “The Circle”, a dystopian novel about a Google-like firm which came out in German in mid-August, has rocketed to the top of bestseller lists.
Politics is another reason. Mr Gabriel, who is also chairman of the Social Democrats, views the consequences of digitisation and the power of online giants as important issues for his party–not just in terms of privacy and abuse of market power, but of workers’ rights.
“We have to formulate a new set of rules for work if we are to prevent ‘click workers’ from becoming day labourers void of all rights in the digital world,” he wrote in an article for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ).
Yet it is business interests that are mainly driving the country’s Google debate. German publishers, led by Axel Springer and Hubert Burda Media, have been battling the American company for some time to get it to pay for the content it aggregates. They also increasingly compete with Google: more than half of Springer’s revenues now come from digital services.
“Google knows more about every digitally active citizen than George Orwell dared to imagine in his wildest dreams in ‘1984’,” wrote Mathias Döpfner, Springer’s boss, in an open letter to Mr Schmidt, also in the FAZ.
As the above states, “Google knows more about every digitally active citizen than George Orwell dared to imagine in his wildest dreams in 1984.  Absolutely chilling, and I consider Eric Schmidt to be another Hitler but in a more sophisticated and worldly way. We have looked the other way as he slowly stole our identities from us.  Where do we go from here?
I want to close with a quote from Trent Lapinski, a former Silicon Valley startup CEO.  As according to Lapinski, it is notable that Schmidt’s resignation was announced soon after President Donald Trump issued an executive order that blocks transactions of the property of persons involved in human rights abuses, human trafficking and corruption.
During the 2016 US presidential race, Schmidt played an instrumental role in Hillary Clinton’s campaign, acting as what Lapinski called a “CTO” of the campaign. This became known when Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s emails were shared on WikiLeaks. The emails revealed Schmidt secretly funded the Groundwork Foundation, a top technology provider for Clinton.
“He has been in a position of power in Google that was unprecedented.” Lapinski said. “We haven’t seen a CEO of one of the world’s most powerful companies having his hands down in politics for, gosh, seventy years.”
“During President Barack Obama’s administration, Mr. Schmidt, who has supported many Democratic politicians, prominently represented Google on policy matters,” the newspaper writes. With Trump in office, though, Schmidt has become “eclipsed” by other Google employees, it says.
In closing, I think the above gives us a glimpse into why Schmidt is doing his best to destroy the Alt-Right and Trump supporters.   We have to admit he has a good chance in doing so, but we must continue to fight – never give up without a well calculated fight.