by Arjun Walia, August 1, 2019, collective-evolution.com
Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard is calling out Google for censoring her, as well as other people and companies who are peacefully and credibly sharing information that threatens corporate and political agendas.
Why do presidential candidates get censored? Why does big establishment media prevent them from getting the ‘spotlight’ and favour others? What is going on here? Why is there so much corruption?
Despite the fact that Tulsi Gabbard was apparently the most Googled democrat after a recent debate, she’s been subjected to extreme amounts of censorship by Google, similar to what alternative media sites like Collective Evolution have been experiencing.
In our world, there are now “Fact Checkers” that are sponsored by powerful people to decide what’s true and what’s not on the internet. NewsGuard for example, a News browser extension that promises to help readers pick out fake news, is funded and run by individuals tied to the CFR, Atlantic Council and other prominent elite figures. These fact-checkers don’t always reply to inquires, and they sensor information and discussions, no matter how truthful or valid they are.
Peer-reviewed research that may paint vaccines, for example, in a ‘negative’ light, is instantaneously censored by social media giants like Facebook. It’s not just vaccines, it’s pretty much any narrative that threatens specific political and global elitist agendas.
The good news is, all of this censorship and the war to combat ‘fake news’ has truly exposed the global elite even more than they already were. This is exactly why they’ve snatched up Julian Assange, not because he is a threat to national security, but rather a threat to elitist and political agendas that are and have been exposed as being extremely unethical.
So Tulsi Gabbard suing Google is no surprise. This is amazing, in the speech below she’s expressing something we here at Collective Evolution are experiencing deeply. Social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube have demonetized us, Google has also put severe restrictions on our-website, and Facebook prevents our posts from reaching our own followers.
An excerpt from Tulsi’s speech:
Over the last two decades, technology has revolutionized how we as a society communicate. An enormous amount of public discourse now happens over the internet, where a very select handful of corporations yield enormous power over YOUR access to information. Nearly 70% of all Americans now use Facebook. Google controls 88% of all internet searches in the United States, with 73% using their YouTube platform.
Google controls 88 percent of all internet searches in the United States – essentially giving it control over our access to information. That’s one reason why Tulsi has been a vocal proponent of breaking up the tech monopolies. You can find out more information about her initiative with regards to internet censorship here.
Google’s discriminatory actions against my campaign are reflective of how dangerous their complete dominance over internet search is, and how the increasing dominance of big tech companies over our public discourse threatens our core American values. This is a threat to free speech, fair elections and to our democracy, and I intend to fight back on behalf of all Americans.” (source)
Gabbard is an interesting candidate to say the least. She has called out the United States government for funding and creating terrorist organizations. She’s a veteran, so her knowledge of this may even go beyond research. When she returned from combat and became a Congressperson, she introduced the Stop Arming Terrorists Act, the terms of which her website outlines succinctly: “The legislation would prohibit the U.S. government from using American taxpayer dollars to provide funding, weapons, training, and intelligence support to groups like the Levant Front, Fursan al Ha and other allies of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, al-Qaeda and ISIS, or to countries who are providing direct or indirect support to those same groups.” (source)
She’s also called out mainstream media multiple times.
She’s been quite outspoken about the corporate takeover of America, and how they have completely compromised our federal health regulatory agencies. She recently called out Big Pharma for influencing health legislation and profiting off of the backs of sick people.
The core of the problem is that Big Insurance & Big Pharma, who are profiting off the backs of sick people, have had a seat at this table writing healthcare legislation. We’ve got to shut Big Ins & Big Pharma out of the drafting process. (source)
She’s also a big environmental activist and has been outspoken about the pesticides used in our environment, like Glyphosate, calling out big biotech companies like Monsanto, and have led the fight for GMO labeling, recognizing that consumers have the right to know how their food is produced. (source)
She recently made an appearance on Joe Rogan‘s podcast. Rogan asked her about WikiLeaks founder Assange and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and she stated that they should not be persecuted for disclosing information.
We have got to address why [Snowden] did things the way that he did them. You hear the same thing from Chelsea Manning, how there is not an actual channel for whistleblowers like them to bring forward information that exposes egregious abuses of our constitutional rights and liberties, period. There was not a channel for that to happen in a real way, and that’s why they ended up taking the path that they did, and suffering the consequences.
The point is, she’s a very interesting candidate that is clearly a threat to the power that is the American Empire. This power has controlled the presidency for decades, and Tulsi, no doubt, would be hard to make into some sort of puppet… similar to JFK.
Perhaps that’s why she’s being so censored?
It’s very interesting to see, especially within the past two to three election runs, how many candidates have been outspoken about truth that is becoming obvious, like the creation of terrorist organizations and the funding of them by the West, and the corporate control over America. Some are even calling out the actions taken by the Deep State, the power that controls America! Clearly, human consciousness is changing, and this fact is simply a reflection of that.
At of the day, electing one person to create such a massive change is not a solution. It’s true, we do need leaders in a position of great influence, who are morally pure and not influenced by power, to take leadership positions. But these people must be those who truly have the intention of nothing but good for humanity and all people.
That’s something we’ve been lacking for many years. The people are bringing about change, and will continue to do so in many ways. The world is going through a shift, we are waking up and becoming aware. Our collective perception about what’s really happening on our planet is shifting, and presidential candidates like Tulsi are simply a reflection of that.