Is it my imagination or has it been ‘walking on egg shells’ quiet in North Korea since about… oh, January Third?
NBCNews reports, “Christmas Day passes with no sign of ‘gift’ that North Korea warned of.“
And amid fears that North Korea was expanding a factory linked to the production of long-range nuclear missiles, the U.S. flew several spy planes over the Korean Peninsula during the holiday, according to South Korean media, citing military aircraft tracker Aircraft Spots.
They would try to save those 2028 people Murdered by Illegal Aliens instead of playing “politics” with their lives.
Same Search, Four Search Engines – And One OUTLIER Named Google
These are the search results from 07/28/2019 of the search term “accusations against omar” on Google, DuckDuckGo, Bing, and Gibiru search engines. Google reports primarily of 1- Accusations against Omar opponent 2- Fact check defenses of accusations against Omar 3 – Blaming Trump of making false accusations against Omar.
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Conversely, the other three search engines show 1- Accusations of Omar committing fraud 2- Allegations of Omar marrying her brother 3- Allegations of Omar’s anti-semitism to name a few.
It seems apparent that Google’s algorithm is set up to hide search information potentially damaging to “Google Favored” people and causes and to ‘flood the zone’ with searches defending those same favored people and causes.
“The FTC’s $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can’t get away with.” – Business Insider
After the news on Friday that the Federal Trade Commission is close to finalizing a settlement with his company for a mere $5 billion, Zuckerberg has got to be feeling similarly untouchable. If, after all the privacy and security fiascos Facebook admitted to over the past two years — including, but not limited to, the Cambridge Analytica scandal — it gets off with such a small penalty, he’s got to think he probably could get away with murder.