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NO STORY has yet attracted so much mail as the revelation that the Google search engine is being nobbled. To protect our correspondents from the nobblers, we have withheld their identities (Continued: Tuesday, October 29, 2002)
Who has hijacked Google? (continued)
[previous letters on this topic]
I ATTENDED a conference in San Francisco in 2000, on Web directories and search engines. One of the founders of Google was there, Sergey Brin (a Russian Jew). His partner Larry Page is also Jewish, I suspect. And they were funded by Jews."The growth of Google Early investors also quickly saw the promise of this new search technology. After just 30 minutes of discussion and a brief demo, Andy Bechtolsheim, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and current vice president at Cisco Systems, wrote a check on the spot for $100,000."
And, "By June 1999, Google had gained momentum as a viable startup, capturing headlines and attention in an already crowded industry. Venture capitalists Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Capital invested an additional $25 million."
What is surprising is not their pro-Israel, anti-truth bias, but rather that it has taken so long for their true colours to be manifested.
Btw, I am a traditional Catholic. All of the major directories, such as Google, Yahoo, Open Directory, etc., place traditional Catholic sites under "sect" headings. It is insidious.
The Brains behind "Google"
GOOGLE was thought up in 1995 as a research project Ph.D. candidates Sergey Brin and Larry Page at Stanford University. Brin was born in Moscow and came to the US at age six, along with the 800,000 other Russian Jews who flooded into the US under the 1974 Jackson-Vanik Amendment. Page was born in East Lansing, Michigan, to University of Michigan Professors Carl and Gloria Page. Sergey's father Michael was a Professor at University of Maryland, and mother Eugenia also was a researcher there. All have a great sense of humor, as their web postings (above) reflect (click image for full picture)
Related items on this website:
- Google has fallen into enemy hands
- Traditional Enemy wants search-engine gag on "wrong" Internet history sites
- US Online companies [Yahoo] removing "offensive" and unpatriotic postings [about 9/11] from Internet
- "I typed "Germany" into a search-engine and stumbled across this site"
- Holocaust survivors sue Yahoo! over sale of Nazi items
- Harvard experts on Web censorship detect that Google engine, bowing to German and French pressure, suppresses sites (including ours)
- Lynda Mortl has been investigating library censorship of websites
A postscript on Internet freedom, Sunday, March 7, 2004: Harvard researchers Jonathan Zittrain and Benjamin Edelman have established that the California based search-engine google.com will find all 8,000 pages of this website, but that the German and French equivalents google.de and google.fr find none. The lesson for our friends in those two countries: always specify www.google.com -- you never know what you're missing.
Los Angeles Times
DAVID IRVING writes:
SO Google, which always prided itself on being one of the few search engines which was entirely objective and incorruptible -- it boasted that it would not take bribes in any form to bring particular sites like Nizkor to the top of a search list -- has slithered into the greasy hands of the traditional enemies. It will soon be time for us to start examining the names and affiliations of those who manage and control the Google empire. It used to be just two computer propellor-heads, entirely incorruptible, based in Stanford, California.
One wonders who can possibly have an interest in dismissing me as a disgraced Holocaust denier, when I have not written a single book or article on that most dreary of all subjects. My website is already rated in the world's top 40,000, and won an award as one of the top fifty historical websites. I wonder who I can possibly be upsetting with its content.