Is Google Biased? By Steve Sailer.
From the New York Times: …
“Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, said in an email to employees on Friday that the company has never and will never bias its search results for political purposes.” …
“Recent news stories reference an internal email to suggest that we would compromise the integrity of our Search results for a political end. This is absolutely false,” Mr. Pichai wrote in the email, which was obtained by The New York Times. “We do not bias our products to favor any political agenda.”
Rubbish. We noticed that Google started making it difficult to find climate skeptic sites from about 2011, with the ludicrous result that it is easier on Google to find tiny sites that exist only to criticize my wife’s site and have almost no traffic than it is to find the original articles they are criticizing on Joanne’s heavily trafficked site.
Fear of Google?
One interesting aspect of this is that people have generally seemed kind of scared to call out Google on its biases, perhaps from fear that Google will do you down in vengeance.
Check out this anti-white bias on Google for yourself:
For example, go to Google and type in “American inventors” or “American scientists” and see the hilarious results. My 2016 post on this was one of my most popular ever, but nobody in the press besides the Daily Caller dared pick up on it.
This what I got today:
Who the heck are these people? PC mascots, apparently.
The #1 American inventor of all time is Lewis Howard Latimer, who, I just learned, worked with both Edison and Bell.
Thomas Edison is in 6th place and a well-tanned Alexander Graham Bell in 9th place, with ten black inventors rounding out the top dozen.
In the second dozen, Samuel Morse is 19th, Eli Whitney 20th, and Ben Franklin 23rd. Everybody else is black.
The Wright Brothers don’t make the top 50 American inventors, according to Google. …
This phenomenon appears to be tied into propagandizing schoolchildren in K-12. …
One interesting thing is that Hispanics and Asians are completely shut out of this phenomenon.