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WARNING: Don’t Look At Over 400 Links Google Doesn’t Want You To Visit Here [video & links]

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The war on truth has reached a fever pitch as Google has made it their mission to annihilate the independent media. The ‘New Media’ lead by the likes of Infowars, Breitbart, Natural News and many other great independent sites will have an uphill battle when it comes to getting their content in front of readers. Google has announced they will be doubling down on their ‘Orwellian’ practice of making stories disappear from their monopolistic search engine. Outlined in their Gestapo like 160-page handbook, Google describes exactly how they plan to suppress any information they deem unfit for readers. Highlighted at the bottom of page 108 Google states:

Pages that directly contradict well established
scientific or medical consensus for queries seeking scientific or
medical information, unless the query indicates the user is seeking an alternative viewpoint.

● Pages that directly contradict well-established
historical facts (e.g., unsubstantiated conspiracy theories), unless
the query clearly indicates the user is seeking an alternative viewpoint.

These two guidelines provided by Google should set off alarm bells to anyone who has a thirst for knowledge or anyone that has the audacity to examine both sides of a topic. Imagine only being able to see and hear the corporate narrative on such important issues like vaccines, 9/11, holistic health, the Kennedy assassination, climate change, banking alternatives, and many other important matters. And that is only scratching the surface.

This information from Google’s handbook was first uncovered by Melissa Dykes at Truth Stream Media who made a great video that eloquently breaks down the importance of this complex issue.  I highly recommend everyone watch it and more importantly support their work.

As bad as this news sounds there is a bright side. We have solutions people; we just have to break the habit of being slaves to the Google regime. First, we can stop using Google altogether and start using some great alternatives out there like Good Gopher, DuckDuckGoYandex, Searx.me and Qwant.com The second and most important thing we can do is go old school and start bookmarking sites again (something I have been doing for years). This will cut out the middle man (Google) and enable you to see all the great information from thousands of independent journalists that Google is trying to suppress.

Below you will find a comprehensive list of great sites broken down by category that do an excellent job in their respective field. I urge everyone to bookmark this page and make it their go to when searching for news on politics, health and prepping.

Source: Government Slaves

Partial list of links …

NEWS & POLITICS

Drudgereport.com

Breitbart.com

Infowars.com

SteveQuayle.com

Whatreallyhappened.com

Rense.com

Blacklistednews.com

Thefreethoughtsproject.com

Thedailysheeple.com

Public Intelligence Blog

Robert David Steele

Judicialwatch.org

Projectveritas.com

Henrymakow.com

Sott.net

Caravantomidnight.com

Joemiller.us

Newsbusters.org

Democracynow.org

Globalresearch.ca

Antiwar.com

Reason.com

Prisonplanet.com

Copblock.org

Opposingviews.com

Topsecretwriters.com

Allgov.com

The Freedom Articles

Veteranstoday.com

Whowhatwhy.org

Truthstreammedia.com

Thenewamerican.com

Freedomproject.com

Corbettereport.com

Sgtreport.com

Newsbud.com

Dailycaller.com

Mintpressnews.com

Informationliberation.com

Truthstreammedia.com

Fromthetrenchesworldreport.com

Trueactivist.com

Shtfplan.com

Collective-evolution.com

Counterpunch.org

Truth-out.org

Hangthebankers.com

Govtslaves.info

Theantimedia.com

Theintercept.com

Activistpost.com

Intellihub.com

Theeconomiccollapseblog.com

Coasttocoastam.com

Cnsnews.com

Wsws.org

Newstarget.com

Twitchy.com

Thenationalsentinel.com

USAwatchdog.com

PJmedia.com

Lifesitenews.com

Allnewspipeline.com

Thecommonsenseshow.com

Wakingtimes.com

WND.com

Theamericanmirror.com

Moonbattery.com

Thegatewaypundit.com

Bizpacreview.com

Christianpost.com

Vdare.com

Lifenews.com

Z3news.com

Constitution.com

Washingtonexaminer.com

Conservativedailypost.com

Anotherdayintheempire.com

Townhall.com

Paulcraigroberts.org

Dailysignal.com

Rollcall.com

USnews.com

McClatchy.com

Thecollegefix.com

Washingtontimes.com

Freebeacon.com

Godfatherpolitics.com

Refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com

Informationclearinghouse.info

Americanthinker.com

NTKnetwork.com

Independentjournalreview.com

Hellofla.com

Campusreform.org

Truepundit.com

Moonofalabama.org

ACLJ.org

Thenewspaper.com

Fellowshipoftheminds.com

AIM.com

Dennismichaellynch.com

Lewrockwell.com

Freedomoutpost.com

Westernjournalism.com

Conservativekings.com

Trunews.com

Ibankcoin.com

Disobedientmedia.com

Ronpaulinstitute.org

Thefederalist.com

EAGnews.org

Ground Zero 

Gotnews.com

Davidicke.com

Skywatchtv.com

Weeklystandard.com

Photographyisnotacrime.com

Jonrappoport.wordpress.com

Freedomsphoenix.com

Libertybeacon.com

Lastresistance.com

Washingtonsblog.com

USdefensewatch.com

Redflagnews.com

Raygano.com

Newswithviews.com

Clashdaily.com

Marylanddriversalliance.com

Tenthamendmentcenter.com

Therightscoop.com

Whitehousedossier.com

Patdollard.com

Thomasdishaw.com

Full-Spectrum-Dominance.com

Massprivatei.blogspot.com

Devvy.com

Citypaper.com

Nationofchange.org

Axios.com

Skidie.com

Libertyheadlines.com

Caitlin Johnstone

HSLDA.org

Milo.yiannopoulos.net

Thesmokinggun.com

Truthrevolt.org

Newswars.com

Shane Kastler

Artofmanliness.com

Trump.news

Minds.com

Courthousenews.com

Barnhardt.biz

Wearechange.org

12160.info

Theblaze.com

Skidie.com

Conservativetribune.com

Hagmannreport.com

Cryptome.org

Wikileaks.org

Publicintelligence.net

Easton Spectator

Republicbroadcasting.org

Consortiumnews.com

 Larouchepac.com

Larouchepub.com

Jim Stone

Redstatewatcher.com

Poisonpapers.org

Evolvepolitics.com

Independentsentinel.com

Wanttoknow.info

Clarionproject.org

Tarpley.net

Speroforum.com

WhiskeyTangoTexas.com

ECONOMY

Zerohedge.com

Sovereignman.com

Thedailybell.com

Libertyblitzkrieg.com

Dailyreckoning.com

Coindesk.com

Thecrux.com

Dailyjobcuts.com

Alt-Market.com

ETFdailynews.com

Kingworldnews.com

Mishtalk.com

Retaildive.com

Visualcapitalist.com

Brotherjohnf.com

Personalliberty.com

321gold.com

Dollartoday.com

Investmentwatchblog.com

TFmetalsreport.com

Silverdoctors.com

Goldsilver.com

Economicpolicyjournal.com

Wallstreetonparade.com

Maxkeiser.com

Acting-man.com

Wolfstreet.com

Shiffgold.com

Capitalpress.com

Agweek.com

Thepacker.com

Seekingalpha.com

X22report.com

Moneyish.com

Wealthydebates.com

Chainstoreage.com

Armstrongeconomics.com

247wallstreet.com

Coindesk.com

Mybudget360.com

Misses.org

SCIENCE & TECH

Sciencedaily.com

Geoengineeringwatch.org

Enenews.com

Climatedepot.com

Arstechnica.com

Eff.org

Techcrunch.com

Torrentfreak.com

Phys.org

Newscientist.com

Livescience.com

Universetoday.com

Redorbit.com

Dailygalaxy.com

Ancientcode.com

Disclose.tv

Betanews.com

Eurekaalert.org

Seeker.com

MNN.com

Themindunleashed.com

Techdirt.com

Hackernews.com

Watchers.news

HEALTH

Naturalnews.com

Nutritionfacts.org

Vactruth.com

Fooddive.com

Healthnutnews.com

Naturalsociety.com

Draxe.com

Preventdisease.com

Organicconsumers.org

GMwatch.org

Naturalblaze.com

Althealthworks.com

Healthimpactnews.com

Theheartysoul.com

Vaccines.news

Naturalhealth365.com

Mercola.com

Healthydebates.com

Organicauthority.com

Foodsafetynews.com

Ecowatch.com

EWG.org

Mindbodygreen.com

Dr Group

Alliance For Natural Health

Juicing For Health

Beautytalk.com

Foodbabe.com

INTERNATIONAL

 

RT.com

Sputniknews.com

Aljazeera.coDescrier.com

Rinf.com

Theepochtimes.com

Redice.tv

Southfront.org

Fort-russ.com

Tass.com

Pravdareport.com

Therussophile.org

Rbth.com

Russiafeed.com

Thetruthseeker.co.uk

Upi.com

Panampost.com

DW.com

PressTV.com

Longwarjournal.com

Nationalinterest.com

NKHworld.or.jp

UNZ.com

Journal-neo.org

Danielpipes.org

Middleeastmonitor.com

Venezuelanalysis.com

21stcenturywire.com

Strategic-culture.org

SURVIVAL & PREPPING

Offthegridnews.com

Survivalblog.com

Theorganicprepper.ca

Lowtechmagazine.com

Naturallivingideas.com

Offgridsurvival.com

Modernsurvivalblog.com

Urbansurvivalsite.com

Readynutrition.com

Americanpreppersnetwork.com

Askaprepper.com

Backdoorsurvival.com

Doomandbloom.net

Morethanjustsurviving.com

Commanderzero.com

Rethinksurvival.com

Securityandselfreliance.com

Prepperwebsite.com

Bioprepper.com

Prep-blog.com

Shtfpreparedness.com

Survivalpedia.com

Thesurvivalistblog.net

Survivaldan101.com

Daretoprepare.com

GUNS

NRAILA.ORG

Guns.com

Thefirearmblog.com

Gunshowtrader.com

Gunssavelives.com

Ammoland.com

Northeasternshooters.com

Bearingarms.com

Gunsamerica.com

Thetruthaboutguns.com

AR15.COM

FORUMS

Unexplainedmysteries.com

Godlikeproductions.com

City-Data.com

Yaplakal.com

Freerepublic.com

Lunaticoutpost.com

Fark.com

4chan.org

Abovetopsecret.com

LINK AGGREGATORS

Censored.news

Newsblok.net

Alternativenews.com

Fetch.news

Thelibertymill.com

Hacker News

Wearethenewmedia.com

Standeyo.com

Beforeitsnews.com

Rumormillnews.com

Conspiracyculture.com

YOUTUBE  CHANNELS 

Health Ranger

Dr. John Bergman

Dr. Axe

Dr. Mercola

Dr. Eric Berg

Dr. Group

Dr. Greger

RT

Infowars

Project Veritas

Truthstream Media

Press For Truth

Mark Dice

Tim Pool

We Are Change

Chris Simpson

Paul Joseph Watson

The Still Report

Next News Network

David Icke

Frankie MacDonald

Lauren Southern

Mike Cernovich

Jason Goodman

Stefan Molyneux

Corbett Report

Steve Quayle

Gerald Celente

Morris

Rebel Media

Laughing at Liberals

George Webb

AMTV

Gregory Mannarino

Dollar Vigilante

Steve Pieczenik

DAHBOO77

X22 Report

Grant Cardone

Jason A

Ron Paul Liberty Report

The Real News

Adam Kokesh

Hagmann Report

Ron Gibson

Paul Begley

SGT Report

Greg Hunter

Realist News

Clif High

A Call For An Uprising

Face Like The Sun

Nicholson 1968

Richie From Boston

Lifting The Veil

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Police Get Warrant for Google Searches of Entire Town

Internet giant Google is vowing to fight a search warrant demanding that Edina police be able to collect information on any resident who used certain search terms as authorities try to locate a thief who swindled a resident out of $28,500.

Privacy law experts say that the warrant is based on an unusually broad definition of probable cause that could set a troubling precedent.

“This kind of warrant is cause for concern because it’s closer to these dragnet searches that the Fourth Amendment is designed to prevent,” said William McGeveran, a law professor at the University of Minnesota.

Issued by Hennepin County District Judge Gary Larson in early February, the warrant pertains to anyone who searched variations of the resident’s name on Google from Dec. 1 through Jan. 7.

In addition to basic contact information for people targeted by the warrant, Google is being asked to provide Edina police with their Social Security numbers, account and payment information, and IP (internet protocol) and MAC (media access control) addresses.

A spokesperson for Google, which received the warrant, said Friday: “We will continue to object to this overreaching request for user data, and if needed, will fight it in court. We always push back when we receive excessively broad requests for data about our users.”

Information on the warrant first emerged through a blog post by public records researcher Tony Webster. Technology website Ars Technica called the Edina warrant “perhaps the most expansive one we’ve seen unconnected to the U.S. national security apparatus.”

 

Google had initially declined to honor a subpoena to provide the same information to Edina. Police declined to comment Friday on the warrant, saying it is part of an ongoing investigation.

Credit Union Accounts

Detective David Lindman outlined the case in his application for the search warrant:

In early January, two account holders with SPIRE Credit Union reported to police that $28,500 had been stolen from a line of credit associated with one of their accounts, according to court documents.

Edina investigators learned that the suspect or suspects provided the credit union with the account holder’s name, date of birth and Social Security number. In addition, the suspect faxed a forged U.S. passport with a photo of someone who looked like the account holder but wasn’t.

Investigators ran an image search of the account holder’s name on Google and found the photo used on the forged passport. Other search engines did not turn up the photo.

According to the warrant application, Lindman said he had reason to believe the suspect used Google to find a picture of the person they believed to be the account holder.

Larson signed off on the search warrant Feb. 1. According to court documents, Lindman served it about 20 minutes later.

McGeveran said it’s unusual for a judge to sign off on a warrant that bases probable cause on so few facts.

“It’s much more usual for a search warrant to be used to gather evidence for a suspect that’s already identified, instead of using evidence to find a suspect,” he said. “If the standards for getting a broad warrant like this are not strong, you can have a lot of police fishing expeditions.”

 

‘A scary slippery slope’

Rob Kahn, a privacy law professor at the University of St. Thomas, was even more critical, saying the warrant could be used to collect information on people who searched the name for other reasons.

He added that he hoped police would guard or exclude data obtained through the warrant that’s unrelated to the investigation.

“I’m concerned both about ensnaring innocent people but also … that this become a pattern,” Kahn said. “It’s certainly a scary slippery slope that they’re setting up here.”

The privacy law experts all questioned whether the evidence obtained by Edina police would hold up in court.

“I’m rather skeptical of this warrant’s ability to survive constitutional scrutiny,” said Stephanie Lacambra, an attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights nonprofit based in San Francisco.

Teresa Nelson, interim executive director of the ACLU of Minnesota, said the warrant is “breathtakingly broad” and could have implications for people’s rights to search online.

“There’s really very little to connect the fact that there’s a photo attainable on Google with the identity theft,” she said. “We could have people who are not searching for this individual who are going to be swept up in this.”

Google says it receives an increasing number of data requests from governments and courts every year. In the first half of 2016, Google received more than 14,000 requests from the U.S. alone and provided information for 79 percent of them.

by Miguel Otarola | StarTribune