|Google's Eric Schmidt, around whom swirls the mystique of US Gov/Google collaboration, as well as the waging of his and his company's personal War against Christianity, and the Democratic Party being pushed unsolicitedly upon an unsuspecting public.|
Below are several links provided by the Department of Defense (DoD) which provide little in the way of details, but they do provide evidence of an unusually high exchange of information, as well as personal visits that must indicate that this monopoly Google enjoys has a DoD "big brother" shielding it from federal inquiry.
538 was the bullet of a very large corporate entity which collectively functioned in the role of a weapon. And, whether it was Google or Facebook, these newly emerging markets receiving federal contract status represent a threat to us all. Whether we are discussing the first, fifth, and other surveillance titles of the Patriot Act, or Unconstitutional acts of surveillance, Google, Facebook, and Amazon appear to be figuring in this, prominently.
|Ash Carter. Sec of Defense under Obama, logged a huge number of trips and face-to-faces with Google's Eric Schmidt.|
And although the world, at large, including enemies of this nation, are taking advantage of these corporate entities for harm intended against citizens of this nation and its allies, the DoD cannot be trusted.
We know this from a long and storied relationship with CIA, drug-dealing, illegal involvements in the wars of Latin America during the 80's: these entities have all been used against the interests of the citizens of the United States, as well as our allies, and innocent people, too. And this terrible usage of the government of the US has injured untold numbers of people, including a potentially staggering number of people whom we do not yet know about, regardless of their "friend or foe" status as defined by the DoD. So, it is only due-responsibility to suspect that these bad habits continue.
|James Mattis, current Sec of Defense. He began an ongoing series of meetings with Google execs in January of 2017.|
Relevant Historical ReferencesDuring the 1980's the Reagan Administration's extreme defiance of the Boland Amendment circumvented US Law, completely.
(The Boland Act refers to any one of the three acts that Rep Boland, D, Mass. wrote, in which the US Congress tried to limit the US Gov from becoming involved in the wars and crises in Latin America)
This eventually evolved into a series of horrific crimes against humanity. It is clear that aid which was provided to these factions also incriminates this country in the crimes which were committed.
The DoD, and intelligence services, among other US Governmental institutions, aided local militias in committing acts of genocide as a result of their military, financial, and illegal aid to the right-wing militias, whom received the aid under the guise of resisting a series of Communist uprisings in Latin America.
The many examples of the Reagan Administration defying the Boland Amendment represent a unified and singular contempt for the rule of law being demonstrated openly, and with indifferent contempt for American democracy.
The Surveillance State LivesWhether via Edward Snowden or Chelsea Manning, we continue to receive information describing a surveillance-state which defines a relationship of extreme paranoia between the citizens of the United States, and its government. We are also told that these measures defy the limits placed upon them by the Patriot Act.
No matter what the weapon looks like, the 538 bullet is the functional part of the erosion of American Democracy. And the cyber-world represents a volume of threats as of yet undefinable, therefore, indefensible. To ignore Google potentially having a major and active role participating in spying on Americans, as well as playing a passive role by providing the government with information on American customers, would be simply irresponsible.
What we do know is that we, the people, are going to have to recognize that bullet, and inoculate our voting habits to best nullify the net-effect of that bullet:
- Go out and vote
Should this work, and to Trump's benefit, I would be angrily defending democracy.
Note: Millennials, in particular, view Google's authority as absolute. Therefore, Millennials are the most susceptible to the 538-type interference, meaning that as time passes, the 538-effect shall grow more successful.
- Don't believe the press, win, or lose
The US media is not what it appears to be. It is under the control of a foreign and corrupt presence whose agenda is not always the best possible angle for benefiting the citizens of this nation.
Though it has since diluted its acidic role involving the US in ReBush's Iraq, the media, especially the New York media, worked endlessly to suspend logic, silence facts, and otherwise start this war.
- Trust Political Science
The msm, however, pushed a desperate assessment of Mrs Clinton's performance, insisting that she not only won, but the media is guilty to this hour of greatly under-reporting the Clinton campaign's cheating which actually has been proven true.
The media reports daily, however, about the non-existent Russiahacked scandal, which has zero proof backing it up, after nearly one year. The media, as well as the Social Media entity having a huge role in the persistent pursuit of this non-event is yet further proof of the media attempting to act on our behalf, and consent to Congress's witchunt about this, as though they are our advocates.
The assertion that she won any of the debates is completely based upon attempts to cajole the American public.
- Sign my petition
Links To Google's Increasing Role in the DoD