Gold Supporting Member
- Mar 7, 2011
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Exactly. And while DDG didn't market themselves as the "anti censorship" search engine they became incredibly popular for exactly that. Which is why they got pressure (like the documented pressure Twitter has since made public) and immediately afterwards fell in line with the rest of the "establishment".by them filtering out stuff, makes them merchants of said disinfo / misinfo...
who decides what's true / false?
what happened to free speech?
what happened to free thinking / thought?
they've decided that you are too dumb to decipher for yourself...
censoring things from searches, is psy-op shit, devised by bad actors. Notice how all the disinformation is being found out as truth & that the suppressors were the ones handing out the disinformation narrative all along? It's gaslighting...
When you go to google & do a search for something & nothing remotely similar comes up, they are out to make you think:
* that what you are looking for doesn't exist
*that nobody else is even thinking about looking for that
*nobody in their right mind would search for that
*you are either stupid, or crazy to even consider that
They've been doing it for so long, many people believe what their algorithms tell them...
AKA - they sold out.