Google: evidence of deep state activity is spam.

Andrew Green
Andrew Green

I found evidence of google censoring emails about the false information the FBI used to surveil the Trump campaign and some other memo-related stuff and made an infograph that rigorously proved it. Thoughts or feedback? Can any anons that donated to Trump and use gmail confirm? If it's good, feel free to use the information without attribution. I care more about the information getting out than having coins sent to my address. Circulate this around social media if you can.

Other urls found in this thread:

onionshare.org/

Wyatt Gray
Wyatt Gray

Thoughts or feedback?
Pretty sure since they are a private company, Google can do whatever they want with stuff being sent through their services. That's probably some good food for thought.

Camden Long
Camden Long

Sounds like you're saying my graphic thoroughly stumps shills because your sole argument is a dumb line about excusing corruption and censorship because Google provided the platform.

Brody Butler
Brody Butler

No one is shilling anything. Read what was written, not whatever you imagining what was said.

Connor Reed
Connor Reed

Do they disclose that in the terms of service? If not, shut up fag.

Chase Rogers
Chase Rogers

google can do whatever they want
no, especially when its not in the TOS faggot

Caleb Torres
Caleb Torres

Do they disclose that in the terms of service?
I don't know as I have never read them. That's not really the point I'm making, though. It seems if someone doesn't make a post that is nothing but a rah-rah cheerleading rant full of anime pictures that the current, post-campaign user base is unable to see it as anything but a contrarian attack on whatever topic they've decided upon that day.

Let me be more specific: Google owns the service, they run it, they built it, they control it, they amend it, they expand it. The infrastructure and tools to do all of these things are in their hands. Complaining that it violates the TOS os service isn't particularly different than Saddam Hussein deciding to sell oil in Euros. You have to be able to do something about it – hence the "food for thought".

It's good to think about privatization, a solution that is often promoted in these circles post-campaign, and what it actually entails and the myriad of situations where its benefits, detriments, and limitations really shake out.

Landon Nguyen
Landon Nguyen

So, you're saying that since it's muh privat company that are above the law, and further more the Constitution?

the Amendment dealing with contracts was a mistake

Connor Edwards
Connor Edwards

So, you're saying that since it's muh privat company that are above the law, and further more the Constitution?
Unfortunately.

William Myers
William Myers

What's with the sheckel begging QR codes? You some kind of heeb or something?

William Campbell
William Campbell

More confirmation that kikes can't find anything wrong with my info and methods? Read it over and debate me, chaim. Also, heeb doesn't bite enough when a jew hears it. Please use the word kike in my thread.

Jason Russell
Jason Russell

I remember an user presented a case once that showed by precedent that what you say isnt entirely true. Some lady was protesting something on a street in a town that was owned by a company. I think they tried to get her to stop but her free speech rights were upheld. Wish I knew more details. I am not a law user. Someone here knew this though.

Jonathan Bell
Jonathan Bell

Something along the lines of a company going out of its way to try to run everything being forced to accomodate the rights of its users or something.

Juan Kelly
Juan Kelly

Yea it was like that. This situation would be common law right? Precedent?

Carson Cook
Carson Cook

I'm sure there are technicalities involved, but a woman staging a garden variety protest on physical private property isn't really the same thing as the Google situation on a functional level. Keep in mind, in case you did not read beyond my first reply in this thread, I'm not endorsing Google.

Thomas Nguyen
Thomas Nguyen

OP posts obvious deep state censorship
its normal goy accept it
No rabbi. It is not in the terms of service.
Many third party sites go through gmail, without alerting their customers to it.

OP if you want coverage on alternative media spam that graphic in
/qresearch/index.html
One thread is about 700pph
I still think the graphic doxxes you via the sender names, but the point made is clear enough.

Isaac Edwards
Isaac Edwards

It's normal goy accept it
That's not what I posted at all.

Xavier Moore
Xavier Moore

Thanks for the board suggestion. I think I should be safe from doxxing by anyone aside from Google, which would create a lot more trouble for them than the infographic itself.

Nolan Gutierrez
Nolan Gutierrez

what have we learned today?

Jacob Bell
Jacob Bell

THIS IS NOT THE REPUBLICAN SHORT BUS
WE DO NOT TOLERATE CENSORSHIP OF THE TRUTH, WHICH IS NATURALLY FASCIST

Ian Stewart
Ian Stewart

Read exactly what is written, not what you imagine is being said. Food for thought.

Jeremiah Torres
Jeremiah Torres

^ kike

Christian Hernandez
Christian Hernandez

Remember, we're treading on Google's toes. It may be an actually competent bot.

Hudson Ward
Hudson Ward

When you subscribe to the service you agree to any shit they can do whit the stuff you send through. Clean and simple. You actually signed for it.

Jaxson Bennett
Jaxson Bennett

If you want to find a bot, look for the red texters. Try also reading beyond the first post of a thread, something bots may not be particularly interested in doing.
Not too many responses to that one.

Grayson King
Grayson King

Alternatives are coming this year. Already, there's been this released:
onionshare.org/

allows you to easily share securely over tor
just share the link, user just needs tor browser
you can set it up to be persistent, if you set it up that way

This is just the beginning. 2018's going to be great!

Camden Harris
Camden Harris

It's tricky. Who do you trust more and want to do business with? The 2 Big corps (((actually one company))) or the State that flips around erratically like the tail of some snake every 4 and 8 years?

Easton Hall
Easton Hall

Right. It's a much deeper and structural issue than just "Google is spying on me" or "Google is deciding what is and isn't truth". It's a question of how exactly we got here and what social conventions we keep adhering to that prevent us from effectively mitigating, minimizing, or eliminating these problems.

Landon Foster
Landon Foster

It probably goes all the way back to corporatism. Even Abraham Lincoln called that this would happen.

Charles Cooper
Charles Cooper

Oh, you don't think I'm a bot now?

Isaac Gray
Isaac Gray

I said "may", which is true and also not really something that can be disproven. I've seen how well Google's neural networks work.

Bentley Perez
Bentley Perez

Some lady was protesting something on a street in a town that was owned by a company.

I believe you're referring to Marsh v. Alabama.

Nathan Collins
Nathan Collins

since they are a private company, Google can do whatever they want with stuff being sent through their services
On the off-chance you're being serious: There are plenty of reasons a libertarian would demand limits on Gmail. But rather than list them, let us only observe that, in the hands of a skilled manipulator, the axioms of libertarianism can be used to reach almost any conclusion about the world. Pic related, an example of the same effect at work, albeit with different axioms.

Cooper Bailey
Cooper Bailey

Education is key and it would be great if we could infiltrate the institutions… but you know that historically it doesn't work like that. the so-called right wing isn't built for that nonsense because nonsense like that is what gave birth to us. I don't know what to say except here's a picture

Nolan Gutierrez
Nolan Gutierrez

If I seen that stuff come in and I had no idea to expect it or who it was from it would send up spam flags for me. I can see why google thought it was spam based on the subject style alone.