BY: JEFFREY PHELPS
The establishment media’s relentless attack program on anything associated with Ron Paul doesn’t always end with the so-called mainstream media.
Tuesday evening was witness to a common theme when it comes to just about anything Ron Paul related. Find a way to disrupt the free-flow of information so as to suppress or prevent certain information from reaching the public. Especially if that information also reveals ways in which that disruption may actually be occurring.
View slideshow: Google pretends Ron Paul website is dangerous to curtail traffic to site.
Google and other internet media companies like it are not benign to the problem and can often be found participating in such types of information control operations. One such operation was found to be attempting to prevent not only a Ron Paul website from being accessed, but it was the information on the site in particular that prompted Google to attempt preventing people from accessing it.
Google and Big Brother are working together to watch every move you make. Photo credit: Sean Gallup / Getty Images
A Conspiracy Examiner article published Monday revealed a mainstream media operation that was attempting to fool the public into believing Paul had not done enough to be added to the RNC’s first ballot. Many alternative sites picked up the article, or a variation of the article and attempted to re-post the information on their site as well. Such was the case for RonPaulWeb.com.
Evidently, someone at Google must have felt the article in question, on top of the fact that a Ron Paul based website was attempting to rebroadcast the article, was simply too much truth to be deemed acceptable. So, like they’ve done to many other pages that appear in their search results, portray the site as dangerous and one that may harm someone’s computer if they attempt to access the site.
Clicking on the mislabeled search results link revealed even more telling information about the info-control operation. Google was actually redirecting those who clicked the link to an elaborate hoax area on Google’s system, a very official looking warning area that attempted to make the Ron Paul based site appear very dangerous and one that may harm someone’s computer.
These types of warnings, although sometimes actually used for what they are truly intended, can be a very effective tool in preventing people from accessing a particular website, especially to those who may not know much about how the internet works or don’t realize such hoaxes and information control systems exist.
This isn’t to say these warnings shouldn’t be taken seriously in some cases, but there are many instances where website owners have come forward to claim they were unfairly targeted by Google. The vast majority of which just so happen to be Ron Paul based sites and other so-called politically-incorrect sites of the like.
As another prefect example, MedicalConspiracy.com has recently been the target of epic establishment and media attacks, including their own experiences with Google and Youtube relentlessly hounding their sites and channels with unfair restrictions and search results manipulation. Situations also commonly detailed by popular radio show hosts Alex Jones and Mancow, recently experiencing their own stints of being targets in the info-war, including by Google and Youtube as well.
Once taken to the elaborate hoaxing area, however, it was the information revealed there that turns the entire operation on its head. Screen-shots taken from each of the windows displayed during the process of trying to find a way to the desired website, through the maze of links and warnings, revealed that even Google was admitting that this particular Ron Paul based website page was not dangerous and, according to their own information, was not a threat, whatsoever.
One of the pages literally stated that, “this site has not hosted malicious software over the past 90 days.” It also stated that RonPaulWeb.com “did not appear to act as an intermediary for the infection of any sites.”
So, why then was it attempting to deter people from accessing the site?
Amazingly, it even stated that, “in some cases, third parties can add malicious code to legitimate sites,” and used that as an excuse as to why that “could cause us to show this warning message.” A blanket statement that could be the case for almost every site that allows links within a comments area, or just about every forum on the internet.
Upon further investigation, it was obvious the page at RonPaulWeb.com itself posed no threat to anyone’s computer and no links on the page takes anyone to a page or site that would threaten anyone’s computer with a virus or trojan. This points to Google merely attempting to prevent people from accessing the information.
This situation can be seen as nothing more than further attempts by the establishment and its media and internet systems information control operations to curtail the flow of information and prevent truth-based sites and sites or pages that detail information that exposes corruption within the establishment or its media from being seen, as much as possible.
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