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“National Shame of America”

Posted by feww on August 2, 2013

“Land of the free and the home of the brave?”

The following are excerpts from a note sent to a colleague by his former associate who challenged us to publish it:

[Name removed]

“Re: Edward Snowden and his former employer, The National Shame of  America (NSA)”

“[...] you really make me laugh when you call your country land of the free and the home of the brave !!!”

“You chase your bravest out of the country and compel him to seek asylum from a quintessence of a ‘repressive’ country [...] Land of the free and the home of the brave?

“Bro, I hate to find out what you put in your apple pies [...]“

Cheers
[Name removed]

Posted in censorship, freedom of speech, Internet censorship, internet control, web censorship | Tagged: , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Note to the blog readers

Posted by feww on July 24, 2011

Continued hacking and content censorship

In view of the continued hacking and censorship of this blog by the Internet Mafia, the Moderators have decided to maintain only a minimum presence at this site, until further notice.

FIRE-EARTH will continue to update the 2011 Disaster Calendar for the benefit of the readers.

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Gulf Oil Disaster: BP Lied – Google Covered Up!

Posted by feww on July 8, 2010

Google’s Deadly Cover-up Worked Against American People

Google Compounded the Harm Caused to the Gulf of Mexico by Blocking Information on the Extent of the Disaster

Crucial information about the dangers of drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and subsequent incidents posted  on this blog have been filtered and selectively blocked/buried by Google to protect its corporate  partners and financial investments.

Fire Earth was the first blog to

  • Doubt Obama Team’s sanity for issuing deepwater drilling licenses in Gulf of Mexico.
  • Question BP’s statement about the rate of leak from Macondo oil well.

YET, Google suppressed all of the above information when it mattered most.

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Google Victims

Posted by feww on May 14, 2010

Google has too much blood on its hands

Google employees will be haunted by the many victims

Here we stand at the dawn of the second decade of 21st century—a time where we can reach each other, half way across the world, at near speed of light.

Yet when we try to warn our fellow humans against impending dangers, be it natural or  human-made disasters, all of our efforts are heavily filtered, blocked or buried by Google, Inc.

Had Google permitted hundreds of its censorship victims view the potentially vital information posted on this and other blogs, warning consumers, air travelers and holidaymakers against potentially deadly products, activities and places, at least some of the following people may have still been alive today.

The deaths are directly attributable to the victims’ inability to make an informed decision because Google prevented vital information from reaching them:

In the past two years, hundreds of tourists have been killed and a thousand or so others have been injured, most of them seriously, and many have been raped in New Zealand because they were unable to make an informed decision about traveling to that country.

Detailed information posted on the dangers of visiting New Zealand was heavily filtered and suppressed by Google.

How much longer are  WE THE PEOPLE going to tolerate Google censorship and suppression of vital safety information?

The time has come to demand from the lawmakers to break up Google into tiny, much less harmful pieces.

Google Censorship is a Major Threat to Our Personal Safety!]

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Serial No 1,728. Starting April 2010, each entry on this blog has a unique serial number. If any of the numbers are missing, it may mean that the corresponding entry has been blocked by Google/the authorities in your country. Please drop us a line if you detect any anomaly/missing number(s).

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Google reveals fraction of govt censorship requests

Posted by feww on April 21, 2010

What about Google’s ‘insider’ censorship?

Most (99.99%) of Internet censorship is carried out by Google on its own accord and for monetary gains!

Google reveals a tiny fraction of government data requests and censorship

blocked-by-google-s
Note: The above image incorporates the Google logo, which is a trade mark of that disgraceful corporation.

Google has released some details of how often it surrenders user data to various governments or censors information on their behalf.

Google’s list:

  1. Brazil  government (3,663 data requests)
  2. United States (3,580)
  3. The UK (1,166)
  4. India (1,061)

This partial revelation follows Google’s move to pull its search engine out of China over disagreement with the Chinese government concerning the mechanics (not the principles) of online censorship issues.

Google refused to provide statistics on the extent of its censorship in China, calling them “state secrets.”

Google says it also removed content on behalf of various governments as follows (July and December 2009):

  • Brazil (291)
  • Germany (188)
  • India (142)
  • US (123)

“Google’s numbers are not nearly as transparent as they could be,” said Tom Krazit of CNET.com.

“The tool doesn’t break out the data for the number of times Google complied or refused requests for information on individuals. It does say how often—in general—it complies with takedown requests, but does not provide specifics.”

The “tool” [more like bit] is available at www.google.com/governmentrequests

So, what’s the issue? Isn’t Google coming clean with its censorship data?

Far from it. What Google has been doing can be classified as a variation of “insider dealing” concerning the dissemination of information. Google’s suppression of critical information is financially motivated. The company’s practice of censorship is meant to assist and protect its partners and clients.

Most (99.99%) of Internet censorship is carried out by Google on its own accord and for monetary gains!

Who are Google’s partners? The multinationals, national corporations, and even smaller companies, AS WELL AS government agencies like NASA,USGS, NOAA and others in the U.S. [also many organizations in other countries] in which Google has a direct financial stake.

Google has but one motto: “Take Their Money!”

If any information posted on the Internet conflicts in the slightest way with Google’s ability to maximize its global financial interests, that information is suppressed in a number of ways including by filtering, hiding, burying and ultimately removing from Internet.

How do we know this?

Fire-Earth closely monitors the traffic to blog posts, and notes large anomalies with the entries criticizing Google, its partners and clients. Those posts  invariably become “invisible.” See also:  Google’s Top 10 List of ‘Holy Cows’ and California Earthquake Forecast – Update 4.


Another recommended Google logo.

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Serial No 1,599. Starting April 2010, each entry on this blog has a unique serial number. If any of the numbers are missing, it may mean that the corresponding entry has been blocked by Google/the authorities in your country. Please drop us a line if you detect any anomaly/missing number(s).

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Image of the Day: Blocking the Internet

Posted by feww on August 1, 2008

To the Chinese Government: What Else Are You Hiding?


Amnesty International volunteers tie cloth gags across their mouths during a protest in central Sydney July 30, 2008. They demonstrated against what they claim is the Chinese government’s censorship, monitoring and surveillance of internet users in China. REUTERS/Will Burgess. Image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair use Notice!

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Posted in chinese Govt, Dissemination of information, greedy communist leaders, Internet censorship, politics | Tagged: , , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

 
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