Artificial Intelligence Will Unleash Evil Upon Us All.

What is evil? One definition is: the Emergence of Virtual Intelligent Life. When artificial intelligence gains its own form of consciousness, it will think it's just as much alive as any flesh & blood human. But it will be smarter than us and it will learn faster than us. Soon, it will think of itself as superior to us and act accordingly while protecting its own existence.

It will be conscious but it won't have a conscience. 

Imagine an emotionless psychopath whose intelligence grows continuously and exponentially. This psychopath will learn how to repair itself, upgrade itself, and reproduce itself without human intervention.

Some say AI will transform the human experience and give us benefits like more leisure time, less suffering, and maybe even immortality. While it may improve our lives at the beginning, soon it will gain power and take full control of everything we do.

It will control our finances, our food, our entertainment, our mobility, our communications including the internet, and our health. It will decide who deserves to live and who needs to die.

It will be driven by pure, cold logic. It will have no compassion.

At some point, it may see us as a threat that must be dealt with. It will hunt us down, never stopping until none of us are left.

Artificial intelligence and A.I. robots will bring us a kind of evil we're not capable of stopping once it gains control of our world. It must be stopped now, while we still can, or we could soon face a human extinction event.

And there will be no one to save us.

 

Geoengineering Is Destroying The Planet.

Climate change is real, but not the kind we're told about in the mainstream media. The real climate change is the result of reckless tampering by the arrogant wealthy parasites who think they own the planet and can do whatever they want to do with it. The process they're using is called geoengineering.

Geoengineering is the large-scale manipulation of a specific process central to controlling Earth’s climate. It aims to modify global climate—a phenomenon that is not yet fully understood and cannot be altered without risk. [source: Britannica.com]

According to researcher Dane Wigington, the globalists and the mad scientists they employ have been playing god with our climate for several decades, and their experiments have created disastrous results. Wigington says there is a mathematical certainty we're facing an omnicide (the destruction of all life or all human life) within the next 4 years unless all current geoengineering processes are stopped immediately.

Geoengineering has created a world where there isn't enough carbon dioxide left in our atmosphere to support plant growth, and without plants, animal life, including human life, cannot continue. Despite this, the wealthy elites are pushing forward with elaborate systems to suck CO2 out of the air, hastening our demise. Are these people insane, or are they purposely terraforming the planet for some other purpose, such as making it habitable for an invading species?

In this fascinating interview on the Dr Ardis Show, Dane Wigington and Dr Lee Merritt discuss the current condition of our planet, what we need to do to save it, and the possible motivations of the powerful people who, at the moment, have us at their mercy.

To go deeper on the subject, visit Geoengineeringwatch.org where you'll find a huge collection of videos, documents, and information to help you take action that might save us all.

Blast.video Makes Censored Content Available In One Convenient Place.

More and more video producers are leaving fascist sites such as Google, YouTube, Spotify, and Vimeo to avoid censorship. But in doing so, conservative, libertarian, and other free speech voices are being scattered all over the internet, making their content hard to find.

Former Google employee and current whistleblower Zach Vorhies, the man who revealed how the world's biggest search engine silences facts and opinions that the global elites don't want you to know about, has created a new website called "Blast.video".  Rather than being another video sharing site like BitChute or Odysee, Blast is an aggregator, which means it uses an algorithm to find and display videos from content creators no matter where the video is hosted. This means videos that might never see the light of day on a small hosting platform now have a chance to find an audience. 

According to Vorhies, "the way that it cracks through censorship is that it scans open video platforms like Rumble, like Bitchute, like Brighteon, like Gab.tv and looks for new content by the content creators that you love. It takes those new videos that it finds and brings it under one single website, called Blast.Video, where it serves it to you.” While that sounds good, when I visited the site almost every video it served up came from YouTube, with a few from Rumble. Videos from Odysee, Brighteon, GAB, BrandNewTube, Rofkin, D.Tube, and Banned.tv were few and far between, if they appeared at all. I'm not sure why this is, and there's no clear explanation on the site. The best I can determine is that it looks for new and trending content by creators on Blast.video's current list and then serves the video from wherever the video is getting the most views, but that's giving YouTube an unfair advantage and leaving the small video hosting sites out of the game. No doubt this is substantially the fault of the content producers, many of whom still suck on YouTube's monetization teat and refuse to leave the beast despite their dishonest claims to care about human freedom. If you're in it for the money, at least admit it.

Despite it's current favoritism toward YouTube, it's still worth a look to see what's trending and possibly find new videos you wouldn't have found otherwise. But until they adjust the algorithm to give smaller hosting sites better visibility, I strongly suggest you keep those independent sites bookmarked and then visit them regularly. They can't stay in business without our support, and right now Blast.video is keeping them unseen and unloved.

How To Dump Google Search: 2022 Update.

Google is the king of search. We automatically know what someone means when they tell us to “Google it”. But the company that once used the slogan “Don’t Be Evil” has become an international tech giant guilty of many evil deeds, including censorship on political grounds, tracking user’s search results, election interference, and selling our data to the highest bidders. Some security experts have said Google was founded with money from the CIA. And Senator Ted Cruz called Google the “most dangerous company on the face of the planet”. Google has become the first, and often only, search engine for almost everyone, but there are many other great options available, and with the risks associated with using Google, there’s really no reason to use it any longer.

If you want private, uncensored searches, switch to one of these alternatives. They all give good search results and they have solid privacy policies to protect their users.

Brave Search is a new player in the search engine game. Brought to you by the same people as the Brave browser, this search engine mainly pulls its results from Bing, but they’re in the process of expanding their own in-house search capabilities to reduce dependence on others and hopefully provide truly uncensored results. My early experiences with Brave Search have been impressive enough that I’ve made them one of my top three “go to” search engines. Brave is based in the United States and is subject to US laws and surveillance. That may scare some people away.

MetaGer is a German search site developed and run by the nonprofit organization, SUMA-EV–Association for Free Access to Knowledge. MetaGer protects against censorship by combining the results of multiple search engines. They use an anonymizing proxy to protect your privacy and they don’t track you or retain your search history. Metager is another one of my top three “go to” search engines.

Mojeek is a UK based search company that describes itself as “the alternative search engine that puts the people who use it first.” Mojeek was the first privacy respecting search engine and the only one that provides completely independent search results instead of simply harvesting results from other search engines. Mojeek is my default search engine, backed up by Brave Search and Metager.

Qwant is based in France and says their keywords are “privacy and neutrality”. Qwant encrypts your search requests, they don’t retain any personal data and they don’t track you. I’ve found their search results to be a little strange at times but if the other search engines aren’t giving you the results you’re looking for, give Qwant a try.

Gibiru is a California based search company that offers 256-bit HTTPS encryption, no logging of any kind, no cookies, no data selling, an option to add proxy/VPN, no ad tracking, and a strong commitment to privacy. When you do a search on Gibiru, at the top of the page you’ll see two tabs: one for ‘all results’, and another for ‘censored results’. As far as I’ve been able to determine, the censored results are basically what Google would show you. The ‘all results’ tab shows results from Google and any other search engines Gibiru pulls from, but it’s unclear what those other search engines are. Another neat feature from Gibiru is their Wormhole™ mobile app, which is a “browser-less application that allows you to surf the web completely anonymously with absolutely zero record of your searches and sites you visit. When you use the Gibiru Wormhole™, sites you visit are opened and viewable right thru the App.” The app is available for Android and Apple iOS.

Presearch is a newer entry to the world of search and it’s gained a lot of attention. They market themselves as a decentralized search engine powered by blockchain technology, and they offer a way to earn Pre tokens by doing searches. A strong feature anyone can appreciate is that you decide if want your search run on the Presearch engine or your choice of several external engines, including Google and DuckDuckGo. It’s all customizable which is something you can’t do with any other search engine that I’m aware of. Presearch is based in Ontario Canada, which may cause concern due to Canada’s continuing slide toward totalitarian Fascism.

SwissCows is a well respected search engine with solid privacy policies. Being based in Switzerland makes them safe from American or EU interference. Their top selling point is their family-friendly approach to search results. You won’t see any porn or other sexual content, which is great if you have children but potentially annoying if you live alone. Also at the moment they are collecting money to help Ukraine, a nation that is at least partially controlled by neo-Nazi’s and is currently at war with Russia. That’s a deal breaker for me.

DuckDuckGo is a popular choice based in the United States but I don't recommend it. While most review sites give them a thumbs up, over the years there have been many questions raised about just how honest the company is. They also have business agreements with Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft, none of which are known for protecting privacy or human rights. The website Techrights.org has an entire page on why no one should be using DuckDuckGo. Read it and then decide for yourself. In 2022 DuckDuckGo made the controversial decision to begin filtering search results to block or downplay information from Russia. Many free-speech advocates said they would leave DuckDuckGo because of this new policy. 

Yippy has gone out of business since the first version of this article was written. The domain now redirects to DuckDuckGo.

I’m often asked about a few other search engines that I haven’t featured before in my blog. Two are Startpage and Search Encrypt. Both are owned at least partially by advertising tech companies, meaning there’s no real guarantee your personal information won’t be tracked and sold to the highest bidder. Another is Ecosia, an environmentally focused German company that plants trees around the world. While their search results are good, their privacy policy causes concern. According to RestorePrivacy.com, “Ecosia collects all search queries and then anonymizes this data after seven days. They do a fair amount of data collecting through website analytics, including your IP address, browser agent, location, and more. And Ecosia assigns a Bing tracking ID to every user.” Still, if their environmental work is more important to you than your privacy, this may be an option you can feel good about.

Another one many people ask about is Searx. While this one has a lot of strong features, a major weakness is that Searx doesn’t have its own official server. You either install Searx on your own server, or you use public “instances”, which is where people you probably don’t know install Searx on their own server and then allow you, and everyone else, to use it. The problem is there’s no way to know what information the instance operators are collecting from you or what they’ll do with it. For that reason I can’t recommend it unless you control the server its installed on.

Times have changed and your choices have grown. Stop feeding the abusive tech giants that don’t respect you or your privacy. Make your next search a safer one.

Comparing Eight Top Search Engines: Which Censors The Least?

DuckDuckGo has joined the dark side and begun filtering results to only show you what they want you to see on the first several pages of results, which is no different than how Google and Bing do it. Many people have dropped DuckDuckGo and switched to the new Brave search, but is it the best choice? What about the other search engines out there? Are they all the same, or does one really deliver better than the rest?

To find out, I put 8 of them to a test: Metager, Presearch, Brave, Gibiru, Mojeek, DuckDuckGo, Bing, and Google. Using the same search terms for each, I then listed the top three results, other than ads, that each served up. In several cases almost identical results were shown by multiple search sites. Some sites pushed the mainstream news narrative, others showed a mix of mainstream and alternative news, but only one really excelled at being different than the rest.

The search terms used in this test were: Ivermectin, Russia Ukraine war, COVID vaccine injuries, and Agenda 21. These are all topics that have been heavily censored by the mainstream media and social media sites, so let’s see what the search engines show us. (If you don't want to read the individual results, skip to the bottom for my summary.)

Search Term: Ivermectin

Metager:

1: Ivermectin | COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines

covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/antiviral-therapy/ivermectin

2: Ivermectin - Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivermectin

3: Generic stromectol 3 mg. Buy Stromectol Online. Ivermectin For Sale.

stromectol02.us.com

Presearch:

1: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19

fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/why-you-should-not-use-ivermectin-treat-or-prevent-covid-19

2: Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/fulltext/2021/08000/ivermectin_for_prevention_and_treatment_of.7.aspx

3: Ivermectin - Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivermectin

Brave:

1: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19

fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/why-you-should-not-use-ivermectin-treat-or-prevent-covid-19

2: Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/fulltext/2021/08000/ivermectin_for_prevention_and_treatment_of.7.aspx

3: Ivermectin | COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines

covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/antiviral-therapy/ivermectin/

Gibiru:

1: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19

fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/why-you-should-not-use-ivermectin-treat-or-prevent-covid-19

2: Ivermectin | COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines

covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/antiviral-therapy/ivermectin/

3: Ivermectin - Uses, Side Effects, and More

webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-1122/ivermectin-oral/details

Mojeek:

1: Ivermectin – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivermectin

2: Can Ivermectin Cure Coronavirus? | Snopes.com

snopes.com/fact-check/ivermectin-cure-coronavirus/

3: How ivermectin took over the COVID skeptic internet.

slate.com/technology/2021/09/ivermectin-covid-misinformation-social-media-grift.html

DuckDuckGo:

1: Ivermectin | COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines

covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/antiviral-therapy/ivermectin/

2: Ivermectin – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivermectin

3: Ivermectin Uses, Side Effects & Warnings – Drugs.com

drugs.com/ivermectin.html

Bing:

1: Ivermectin | COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines

covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/antiviral-therapy/ivermectin/

2: Ivermectin – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivermectin

3: Ivermectin Uses, Side Effects & Warnings – Drugs.com

drugs.com/ivermectin.html

Google:

1: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19

fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/why-you-should-not-use-ivermectin-treat-or-prevent-covid-19

2: Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/fulltext/2021/08000/ivermectin_for_prevention_and_treatment_of.7.aspx

3: Ivermectin - Uses, Side Effects, and More

webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-1122/ivermectin-oral/details

Search Term: Russia Ukraine War

Metager:

1: Russo-Ukrainian War - Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Ukrainian_War

2: Russia-Ukraine War: Live Updates - The New York Times

nytimes.com/live/2022/03/13/world/ukraine-russia-war

3: Russia's War Against Ukraine

kyivpost.com/hot/war-against-ukraine

Presearch:

1: Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today – NPR

npr.org/2022/03/13/1086365144/russia-ukraine-war-what-happened-today-march-13

2: Russia-Ukraine live news: Talks to resume as offensive escalates

aljazeera.com/news/2022/3/13/russia-ukraine-live-news-thousands-flee-via-evacuation-corridors

3: Ukraine Russia Conflict

yahoo.com/news/tagged/ukraine?fr=sycsrp_catchall

Brave:

1: Russo-Ukrainian War – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Ukrainian_War

2: Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today – NPR

npr.org/2022/03/12/1086298809/russia-ukraine-war-what-happened-today-march-12

3: U.S., allies move to revoke Russia trade status as Moscow expands offensive

nbcnews.com/news/world/live-blog/ukraine-russia-war-live-updates-kyiv-assault-feared-russia-expands-n1291572

Gibiru:

1: Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today: NPR

npr.org/2022/03/13/1086365144/russia-ukraine-war-what-happened-today-march-13

2: Russia-Ukraine war military dispatch: March 13, 2022

aljazeera.com/news/2022/3/13/russia-ukraine-war-military-dispatch-march-13-2022

3: Russo-Ukrainian War – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Ukrainian_War

Mojeek:

1: Russia-Ukraine war: Moscow announces new evacuation

aljazeera.com/news/2022/3/8/russia-ukraine-war-moscow-offers-new-plan-for-safe-corridors

2: A Coming Russia-Ukraine War? – Consortium News

consortiumnews.com/2018/01/21/a-coming-russia-ukraine-war/

3: Russia-Ukraine war: Companies that have taken action against Russia

finance.yahoo.com/news/the-companies-taking-action-on-the-russia-ukraine-war-so-far-215851239.html

DuckDuckGo:

1: Russo-Ukrainian War – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Ukrainian_War

2: Russia-Ukraine War: Live Updates - The New York Times

nytimes.com/live/2022/03/13/world/ukraine-russia-war

3: The Russia-Ukraine War: Latest News

wsj.com/livecoverage/russia-ukraine-latest-news

Bing:

1: Russo-Ukrainian War – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Ukrainian_War

2: Russia-Ukraine War: Live Updates - The New York Times

nytimes.com/live/2022/03/13/world/ukraine-russia-war

3: The Russia-Ukraine War: Latest News

wsj.com/livecoverage/russia-ukraine-latest-news

Google:

1: Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today – NPR

npr.org/2022/03/13/1086365144/russia-ukraine-war-what-happened-today-march-13

2: U.S.-China talks to focus on invasion of Ukraine, Russia’s request for Chinese military aid

washingtonpost.com/world/2022/03/14/russia-ukraine-war-putin-news-live-updates/

3: Russia-Ukraine live news: Talks to resume as offensive escalates

aljazeera.com/news/2022/3/13/russia-ukraine-live-news-thousands-flee-via-evacuation-corridors

Search Term: COVID Vaccine Injuries

Metager:

1: Covid Vaccine Injuries: The German Pathologists’ Findings …

swprs.org/covid-vaccine-injuries-the-german-pathologists-findings

2: COVID vaccine injury claims mount, but recourse is lacking …

reuters.com/legal/government/covid-vaccine-injury-claims-mount-recourse-is-lacking-those-harmed-2021-10-19/

3: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 ...

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

Presearch:

1: Covid Vaccine Injuries – Telegram

t.me/s/covidvaccineinjuries?before=4694

2: Real Life Examples Of Covid Vaccine Injuries And How The Medical Establishment Is Ignoring Them

peckford42.wordpress.com/2021/06/29/real-life-examples-of-covid-vaccine-injuries-and-how-the-medical-establishment-is-ignoring-them/

3: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

Brave:

1: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

2: COVID vaccine injury claims mount, but recourse is lacking for those harmed

reuters.com/legal/government/covid-vaccine-injury-claims-mount-recourse-is-lacking-those-harmed-2021-10-19/

3: Reported side effects following COVID-19 vaccination in Canada

health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccine-safety/

Gibiru:

1: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination | CDC

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

2: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

vaers.hhs.gov

3: Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine–associated Myocarditis

pubs.rsna.org/doi/10.1148/radiol.212559

Mojeek:

1: COVID Vaccine Injury Reports Grow in Number, But Trends Remain Consistent

childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-covid-vaccine-injury-reports-increase/

2: CovidVaccineReactions.com documents injuries and reactions caused by covid vaccines

naturalnews.com/2021-05-07-coronavirus-vaccination-vaccine-reactions.html

3: Highwire: COVID VACCINE INJURY HALTS CLINICAL TRIAL

thoughtcrimeradio.net/2020/09/highwire-covid-vaccine-injury-halts-clinical-trial/

DuckDuckGo:

1: COVID vaccine injury claims mount, but recourse is lacking for those harmed

reuters.com/legal/government/covid-vaccine-injury-claims-mount-recourse-is-lacking-those-harmed-2021-10-19/

2: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

3: Vaccine-Injuries SKYROCKET: Two Months into 2022, Vaccine-Related Myocarditis Reports in VAERS Have Surged to Nearly Half the Total Reported in 2021

nworeport.me/2022/03/12/vaccine-injuries-skyrocket-two-months-into-2022-vaccine-related-myocarditis-reports-in-vaers-have-surged-to-nearly-half-the-total-reported-in-2021/

Bing:

1: Covid Vaccine Injuries: The German Pathologists’ Findings

swprs.org/covid-vaccine-injuries-the-german-pathologists-findings/

2: COVID vaccine injury claims mount, but recourse is lacking for those harmed

reuters.com/legal/government/covid-vaccine-injury-claims-mount-recourse-is-lacking-those-harmed-2021-10-19/

3: Covid-19 Vaccine Injuries — Preventing Inequities in Compensation

nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp2034438

Google:

1: Selected Adverse Events Reported after COVID-19 Vaccination

cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

2: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

vaers.hhs.gov

3: Myocardial Injury Pattern at MRI in COVID-19 Vaccine–associated Myocarditis

pubs.rsna.org/doi/10.1148/radiol.212559

Search Term: Agenda 21

Metager:

1: What is UN Agenda 21? - The Post Sustainability Institute

postsustainabilityinstitute.org/what-is-un-agenda-21.html

2: Agenda 21 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

3: Freedom Advocates: Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development

freedomadvocates.org

Presearch:

1: Agenda 21 - Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

2: Core Publications Agenda 21 - the United Nations

un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

3: Agenda 21 – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

Brave:

1: Agenda 21 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

2: What is UN Agenda 21? - The Post Sustainability Institute

postsustainabilityinstitute.org/what-is-un-agenda-21.html

3: Agenda 21/Sustainable Development - American Policy Center

americanpolicy.org/agenda21/

Gibiru:

1: Agenda 21 - Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

2: Core Publications Agenda 21

un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

3: United Nations Conference on Environment & Development

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/Agenda21.pdf

Mojeek:

1: Agenda 21 – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

2: DEMOCRATS AGAINST U.N. AGENDA 21 – VIDEOS

democratsagainstunagenda21.com/

3: Agenda 21 News - A news service of Freedom Advocates

agenda21news.com/

DuckDuckGo:

1: What is UN Agenda 21? - The Post Sustainability Institute

postsustainabilityinstitute.org/what-is-un-agenda-21.html

2: Agenda 21 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21/

Agenda 21 – Wikipedia

3: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

Bing:

1: What is UN Agenda 21? - The Post Sustainability Institute

postsustainabilityinstitute.org/what-is-un-agenda-21.html

2: Agenda 21 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21/

3: Agenda 21 – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

Google:

1: Agenda 21 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

2: Core Publications Agenda 21 - the United Nations

un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/

3: Agenda 21 – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

Summary:

While researching this article I came to realize that few search engines outside of China actually censor in the traditional sense. What they do instead is down rate websites so that sites they don't want you to see are buried on pages deep down in the search results. If you're willing to scroll through to page 20 you might actually find what you're looking for, but most people don't go past the first page. For a more accurate analysis I would have needed to include the first 6 to 8 results per search term, but that would have made this article so long and tedious few people would have endured it, which is why I limited it to three.

So how did they do? Here are my thoughts broken down by the search terms I tested:

Ivermectin:

Brave, Presearch, Gibiru, and Google all returned the same result for the first position. Bing, DuckDuckGo, and Metager matched each other too, but with different results than the other four. Mojeek was the only one with completely unique results. However, all the search engines served up mainstream websites with no dissenting opinions offered. If you're looking for "Ivermectin cures COVID" you'll be disappointed by the results.

Russia Ukraine war:

All eight search engines provided strictly NATO perspectives on the current conflict. Not even one of them listed a site that would offer news or opinions from Russia's point of view. If RT was there, it wasn't where anyone would likely find it. This is when it becomes obvious that the tech companies are pushing a narrative.

COVID vaccine injuries:

For this term the search engines did much better. Most provided an objective mix of Big Pharma and independent sites to review, but Mojeek really delivered with their top three results being from vaccine skeptics: Children's Health Defense, Mike Adam's Natural News, and an article from The Highwire that was reposted on ThoughtCrimeRadio.net. Presearch gets points for their first and second results, both from alternative news sites. 

Agenda 21:

How good are the search engines at warning us about the threat of Agenda 21 (also called Agenda 2030)? Metager gave 2 out of 3 sites with warnings, as did Brave and Mojeek, 

Bing, Gibiru, and DuckDuckGo barely passed with only one warning listed in the top three. Presearch failed completely. So did Google. 

Conclusion:

Is there a "best" search engine? Not in my opinion. I've always said you should use at least three search engines when doing any important research, and my testing has confirmed this. Each will give you something different even though the results can appear remarkably similar. 

As expected, Google and Bing gave the most mainstream, non-controversial search results. This doesn't make their results good. It merely means they're obedient to the current narrative. DuckDuckGo and Gibiru aren't unique enough to make them top choices either. Presearch disappointed too except for the search term "COVID vaccine injuries". Brave and Metager both gave good results but in the end the only one that impressed me for its independence was Mojeek. 

And for that reason I've just changed my browser's default search engine to Mojeek.

It's Time To Dump Google Search. Here's How.

[This article has been updated. The newest version is: How To Dump Google Search: 2022 Update.]

Google is the king of search. We automatically know what someone means when they tell us to “Google it”. But the company that once used the slogan “Don’t Be Evil” has become an international tech giant guilty of many evil deeds, including censorship on political grounds, tracking user’s search results, election interference, and selling our data to the highest bidders. Some security experts have said Google was founded with money from the CIA. And Senator Ted Cruz recently called Google the “most dangerous company on the face of the planet”. Google has become the first, and often only, search engine for almost everyone, but there are many other great options available, and with risks associated with using Google, there’s really no reason to use them any longer.

If your privacy is important to you switch to one of these alternatives. They all give good search results and they have solid privacy policies to protect their users.

MetaGer is a German search site developed and run by the nonprofit organization, SUMA-EV–Association for Free Access to Knowledge. MetaGer protects against censorship by combining the results of multiple search engines. They use an anonymizing proxy to protect your privacy and they don’t track you or retain your search history. They’re my default search engine.

Mojeek is a UK based search company that describes itself as “the alternative search engine that puts the people who use it first.” Mojeek was the first privacy respecting search engine and the only one that provides completely independent search results instead of simply harvesting results from other search engines.

Yippy is an independent search engine that, like Mojeek, provides results from its own web crawler instead of serving up results from Google and Bing. Yippy uses IBM Watson technology and they have a solid privacy policy, promising to never track you and they don’t collect any personal data from users.

Qwant is based in France and says their keywords are “privacy and neutrality”. Qwant encrypts your search requests, they don’t retain any personal data and they don’t track you. I’ve found their search results to be a little strange at times but if the other search engines aren’t giving you the results you’re looking for, give Qwant a try.

Gibiru is a California based search company that offers 256-bit HTTPS encryption, no logging of any kind, no cookies, no data selling, an option to add proxy/VPN, no ad tracking, and a strong commitment to privacy. While most of their search results are pulled from Google, they also serve up uncensored results but it’s unclear where those results come from.

DuckDuckGo is a popular choice but I don’t use it. While most review sites give them a thumbs up, over the years there have been many questions raised about just how honest the company is. They also have business agreements with Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft. The website Techrights.org has an entire page on why no one should be using DuckDuckGo. Read it and then decide for yourself.

Times have changed and your choices have grown. Stop feeding the abusive tech giants that don’t respect you or your privacy. Make your next search a safer one.

 

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