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The battle over Google’s selective censorship continues. It seeks to neuter news content so that everything must essentially be suitable for sheltered children, or else it can freeze advertising revenue. This chilling effect has been making the news lately, beginning with the situation at Antiwar.com over 10 year old Abu Ghraib abuse photos.
Google’s spokesmouth literally said this:
“A good rule of thumb is if it would be okay for a child in any region of the world to see that image, it’s acceptable.”
They are now on a Jihad to cut off advertising to any sites that don’t fall into that category… unless they’re big multinationals methinks.
Now ponder this:
Especially since it seems that once the process gets over to the “human review,” things get much more subjective. [Antiwar’s] Garris says Antiwar.com was reinstated after he got in touch by e-mail with AdSense public relations. But then AdSense came back and said the deal was off because of a May 2014 Antiwar story that featured an Associated Press photo showing a pile of dead people allegedly killed by Ukrainian government soldiers.
…“I think what they really might be trying to do is edit us so we either become less objectionable in their minds, or just get rid of us.”
Tags: Abu Ghraib, ads, America, Antiwar.com, collusion, corporate state, cover up, evil, fascism, google, government, history, memory hole, military, murder, Political, pressure, revenue, torture
Is Google now an arm of the U.S. State Department?
On 3/18/15 we received a note from Google Adsense informing us that all ads for our site had been disabled. Why? Because of this page showing the horrific abusescommitted by U.S. troops in Iraq at Abu Ghraib.
This page has been up for 11 years. During all that time Google Adsense has been running ads on our site – but as Washington gets ready to re-invade Iraq, and in bombing, killing, and abusing more civilians, they suddenly decide that their “anti-violence” policy, which prohibits “disturbing material,” prohibits any depiction of violence committed by the U.S. government and paid for with your tax dollars. This page is the third-most-visited page in our history, getting over 2 million page views since it was posted.
Tags: empire, history, Maidan, Neo-Nazi, political violence, Right Sector, riots, short film, Svoboda, terroirsm, Ukraine, violence
The shock troops of Urkaine’s Maidan revolution were violent right wing extremists who brutally attacked police, injuring hundreds with gunshots and fire bombs. If this had happened in any other Western capital city, it would have been called terrorism by the corporate media. Not so when the target government fell out of favor with Western imperialists. Double standards and hypocrisy; it’s what empire is made of.
Tags: african american, Civil Rights, history, JFK, LBJ, Martin Luther King Jr., oppression, RFK, rights, Selma, state, violence
Louis Proyect at Counterpunch:
Tags: Corbett Report, history, Hollywood, james corbett, Pearl Harbor, Tora Tora Tora, World War 2
Originally posted on Lucas 2012 Infos:
On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order James Perloff, author of The Shadows of Power and Truth Is A Lonely Warrior, joins us to discuss the 1970 Hollywood/Japanese production, Tora, Tora Tora! We discuss Perloff’s recent article on the Pearl Harbor deception, “Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s 9/11″ and the pieces of the Pearl Harbor puzzle that the movie leaves out. We get into the details of where the movie came from and how it paints Pearl Harbor as a tragic accident rather than a devious deception.
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