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Josef Goebbels style censorship keeps engulfing more areas at Big Tech.  Now it is one side of the climate debate they are trying to suppress.  Google will prohibit any climate discussion other than its approved viewpoint in advertising through its Google Ads and YouTube will demonetize any content that espouses unapproved views on climate issues.  "Wrongthink" is being disallowed.

There are lots of different views in science on climate issues, so any one who claims some are "inaccurate" are suppressing scientific debate as well as political free speech.  Big Tech is a big threat to our freedoms.

No conservative and no believer in free speech should have anything to do with Google.  There are more honest search providers like DuckDuckGo or even Bing.  Do not feed this monster which threatens our free speech.

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( October 11th, 2021 @ 8:01 pm )
These big tech thugs do not like the little people discovering that the climate scare is a hoax. It frightens them when people see through their fake narrative, like Swiss voters did back in June when they voted down a national referendum to reduce CO2, with 21 out of the 26 cantons rejecting the climate alarmist position. Hooray for the Swiss.

I agree that no conservative should ever use Google for anything. Use a more honest and less political search engine like DuckDuckGo or Bing. Google is a censorship engine run by the far left.

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