Too Often, Google Fails Badly as a Search Engine: It Omits Inconvenient Information

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All Too Often, Google Fails Badly. Why?

All too often, a search in Google fails badly because it omits inconvenient information, that’s why. And it’s why you must question everything. Let me explain.

Since the coming of the ‘information messiah’, Google, the very notion of seeking information, or even ‘the Truth’, has become immortalized as the new verbal imperative, “Google it”. You’re told that if you want to know about something, just go to Google or Google Chrome, or even some of the other search engines built on Google, such as Duck Duck Go, or even Brave. And you’re ‘sure’ to get an answer.  Right? Wrong!

Here is today’s simple example of how google fails badly. And why you need to get a second opinion by using the Yandex browser, or other browser not dependent on Google.

I was watching Andre Martyanov’s latest Youtube video:

Who Is Andre Martanov, and Why Should You Listen to Him?

One of the ways I seek truth, is to seek out people who have experienced both sides. Andre Martyanov was born and educated as a naval officer in the Soviet Union. After the Soviet Union ended, he came to the United States, and got a job working for a US company in Seattle, Washington.

He loves the USA for its physical beauty and for its ideals. But he has no illusions about the weaknesses of the USA. Likewise, he acknowledges the faults of the USSR, but also understands its strengths, and still maintains great friendships and contacts within Russia.  So he is an a great position to be an objective observer.

He also has a blog which is pretty eclectic, as well as having above average intelligence commenters.  https://smoothiex12.blogspot.com/

A Case Study in How News Gets Suppressed

In Andre’s video, he addresses a recent article by Dominic Cummings, a former British official and advisor to the notorious Boris Johnson, the bombastic former PM of the UK, reputed to have sabotaged the peace deal that Zelensky and Putin negotiated in April, 2022.

That agreement, had it been implemented, would have saved much of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, and more importantly, 500,000 lives of Ukrainian soldiers, as well as thousands of Russia lives.

Andre referred to an article that cited Cumming with a few choice quotes.

Dominic Cummings Uncensored

“” Cummings told the outlet I News in an interview published on Wednesday, commenting on London’s full-throated support for Kiev. He also described Ukraine as a “corrupt s**thole that doesn’t matter at all.” 

“This whole Ukrainian corrupt mafia state has basically conned us all and we’re all going to get f**ked as a consequence.”

“The lesson we’ve taught Putin is that we’re a bunch of total f**king jokers,” he said. “I mean, Putin already knew that before the war. But this has emphasized it and broadcast it to the entire world, what a bunch of clowns we are,” he added.

Of course, little old Eric has known about this since 2014, and has been writing about it. but who cares what I think?

How Google Prevents You from Knowing about This

Maryanov cites an article with its quotes. The article cites a source, I News, But if you go to I News, it’s blocked entry behind an apparent paywall. So what is the source of the article citing a BRITISH New outlet, that is behind a paywall? It’s RT.com, the Russian news website whose content has been blocked on Youtube, and the website itself is blocked in many countries. Here is the link. See if you can access it.

https://www.rt.com/news/597357-dominic-cummings-ukraine-corruption/

When I tried to track down the quote, I first did a Google search for ‘Dominic Cummings Ukraine’ and got these top urls:

https://www.google.com/search?q=dominic+cummings&rlz=1C1SQJL_enTH1039TH1039&oq=dominic+cu&gs_lcrp=EgZjaHJvbWUqEAgAEAAYgwEY4wIYsQMYgAQyEAgAEAAYgwEY4wIYsQMYgAQyDQgBEC4YgwEYsQMYgAQyBggCEEUYOTIHCAMQLhiABDIHCAQQABiABDIHCAUQABiABDIHCAYQABiABDIHCAcQLhiABDIHCAgQLhiABDIHCAkQLhiABKgCCLACAQ&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Dominic Cummings

Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dominic_Cummings

 

5 hours ago — Dominic Mckenzie Cummings (born 25 November 1971) is a British political strategist who served as Chief Adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson from …

Cummings scandal · ‎Mary Wakefield (journalist) · ‎David Shor · ‎Norman Stone

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Dominic Cummings (@Dominic2306) · X

X (Twitter)

https://twitter.com/Dominic2306

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Dominic Cummings | Politics

The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com › politics › dominic-cum…

Dominic Cummings · Politics live with Andrew Sparrow · Dominic Cummings joked about trip to countryside before Barnard Castle visit · Former UK health secretary …

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About – Dominic Cummings’s Blog

dominiccummings.com

https://dominiccummings.com › about

I was Director of Research then Campaign Director of Business for Sterling and the ‘no’ campaign (to stop Britain joining the euro) 1999-2002.

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Dominic Cummings scandal

Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dominic_Cummings_s…

The Dominic Cummings scandal, or the Dominic Cummings affair, was a series of events involving the British political strategist Dominic Cummings during the …

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Dominic Cummings – BBC News

BBC

https://www.bbc.com › news › topics

‘Cummings caused toxic culture’ – Hancock. Dominic Cummings, who advised Boris Johnson, caused a toxic culture in government, Matt Hancock says.

I could find the I News Story, but it didn’t allow me to see the full text.

Using the Yandex Browser

Using the Yandex (which is a Russian web search browser), I got these results:

  • Google News – DominicCummings – Latest

  • DominicCummings‘s Blog

  • DominicCummingsDominicCummings | by The… | Medium

  • Ukraine a ‘corrupt s**thole’ – ex-Boris Johnson adviser

    Опубликовано вчера

 

Conclusion

 

As you can see, in only the fourth link shown in Yandex, the exact quote appears from the RT.com article, which gives the original quote from I News. But a Google search omits it!

Why do you suppose that an article by a former high ranking official of the UK government who blows the whistle on the Ukraine government is so hard to track down? You have been told that the war against Russia is for ‘democratic Ukraine’. Another war for ‘freedom and democracy’ turns out to be defense of a ‘corrupt mafia state’.

But Google doesn’t want you to know that because the UK and US governments told Google to suppress that critical information which undercuts the whole reason they give us for sanctioning Russia, and sending 500,000 Ukrainians to die for profits of the likes of Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and the other warmongering plutocrats, maybe?

What other explanation could there be, for the endless wars and the wasting of billions on bombs when our own countries need the investment in health, education, infrastructure, etc?

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