Posts Tagged ‘collution’


UPDATE 1

Political Film Blog has REAPPEARED since last night, when I began complaining.

How to battle a monolith with that level of tactical power at its disposal?


UPDATE 2

Disappeared again! If you look closely, the wordpress version of this blog is not on page one search results, despite three other versions of this blog appearing correctly at the top.


I just scrolled through 12–count them–12 Google search result pages to find the first direct link to The Political Film Blog, by searching “political film blog.” You can try it yourself.

And you KNOW they deliberately disappeared it because other versions of this site do appear at the top, including the Facebook version and the Tumbler version, as well as a Medium page that I launched but haven’t kept up with.

But this domain is invisible all the way to page 12, where some irrelevant page here is linked for no discernible reason.

Google used to seem honest and trustworthy. Not anymore.

SERENA SHIM: THE LIFE AND UNEXPLAINED DEATH OF A SYRIA WAR REPORTER

 

She had recently reported for the Iranian-backed Press TV about Turkey’s role in smuggling IS fighters into Syria on World Food Programme trucks. In her final live broadcast, she described how agents from the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) had been asking questions about her movements while she was covering the siege of Kobani by IS militants.

The intelligence agency had labeled her a “spy,” she said, and pressed locals to “give them a phone call” if they saw her.