“The common people, on the whole, are still living in the world of absolute good and evil from which the intellectuals have long since escaped.” – George Orwell

 

 

Wikipedia – “Don’t be evil” is the motto of Google’s corporate code of conduct, first introduced around 2000.

October 4, 2015 – Google Parent Company Drops ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Motto

October 5, 2015 – Why Google Was Smart To Drop Its “Don’t Be Evil” Motto

 

 

Ergo, Google is Evil.

Ask the guys who worked with me back then…from the moment Google came into being, I called bullshit on the premise that they made their money by selling ads in the margins of web pages.

That was long before the news came out that the CIA bankrolled them, long before the Terminator robots began coming online.

As someone on this forum whose name I don’t recall who should be famous forever for saying it once said, “Google is the N.S.A’s Clown Name.”

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

That’s why one of the stories I’ve appended below is headlined “Google barge mystery unfurled”.

And why another says “The barge portion of the Google barge mystery is only half the story – when completed, the full package is envisioned to be an “unprecedented artistic structure,” sporting a dozen or so gigantic sails, to be moored for a month at a time at sites around the bay.”

And why another says “Google barges mystery revealed: high-tech learning centers.”

And another “Scrap the mystery: The so-called Google barge, once envisioned as a floating showroom for Google Glass and other high-tech gadgets, is heading for a less glamorous future now that the structure on top of it is destined for the scrap yard. It’s a pitiful end for a great mystery that generated national attention…”

And why another says  “Google Killed Their Mystery Barge Because it Was a Floating Fire Hazard.”

And another “Google’s mystery barge ordered to leave San Francisco bay”

And another “What Happened to the Glorious, Mysterious Google Barge?

Did you notice how it was “barges”, early on, and then, when the pushback occurred, and they had to scrap it, they “walked it back” to a single barge? They’re careful, these people. Not careful enough to trick anyone who is reading with any kind of care, but not that many people do, anymore.

Some feel the welded-together packing containers represented an “unprecedented artistic structure”  that was to be a “high-tech learning center”, or “a floating showroom for Google Glass and other high-tech gadgets.”

The line of antennae on the roof was alleged in all the press accounts I could locate to be “flagpoles”. While I personally guess they were a row of antennae, with malefic etheric purpose. I’m guessing that’s why only that particular portion was destroyed: “the structure on top of it is destined for the scrap yard.”

So, what led to the scrapping of these “unprecedented artistic structures”? Most specifically their top portions?

The establishment plausible-deniability excuse is “it was a floating fire hazard”.

The easily-burning row of metal flagpoles, passing fire to the highly-combustable metal packing containers below. Perfectly plausible! Back to schweepy.

While I surmise – without any input from any external source whatsoever – that the general populace’s awareness level has reached a point where there was a realization that the ugly, antenna-lined barges built by the tech company making the Terminator robots were of unwholesome purpose, and that there was pushback, and that Google  had to scrap that particular Black Ops programme.

I have only my personal discernment to guide me. Just as I did back when Google first appeared, and said “we make our living off ad revenues from the margins of web pages.”

“Source control” is one of the primary weapons of the Establishment – they own all the sources, and then, when you question their Orthodoxy, “what are your sources?” is the formulaic defense. It’s how Wikipedia works.

So to get up and past this particular point in history, we’re all going to need to use our personal discernment, and come to our own conclusions on these matters.

 

 

 

June 6, 2013 – Secret program gives NSA, FBI backdoor access to Apple, Google 

Microsoft was the first company to bow to the government’s wishes and join the PRISM program in 2007, while Apple held out for five years before agreeing. Though Google and Facebook are a part of PRISM, Twitter has not yet joined.

 

November 8, 2013 – Google barge mystery unfurled

The barge portion of the Google barge mystery is only half the story – when completed, the full package is envisioned to be an “unprecedented artistic structure,” sporting a dozen or so gigantic sails, to be moored for a month at a time at sites around the bay.

 

November 14, 2013 – Google Employees Speak Out About Government Spying 

 

March 7, 2014 –  Google barge, kicked out of S.F. Bay, gets warm welcome in Stockton

 

July 31, 2014 – The so-called Google barge, once envisioned as a floating showroom for Google Glass and other high-tech gadgets, is heading for a less glamorous future now that the structure on top of it is destined for the scrap yard. It’s a pitiful end for a great mystery that generated national attention when the …

 

August 1, 2014 – Google Killed Their Mystery Barge Because it Was a Floating Fire  Hazard

 

August 1, 2014 – What Happened to the Glorious, Mysterious Google Barge? 

 

November 7, 2014 – How the CIA made Google

 

January 22, 2015 – How the CIA made Google. Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet

 

October 4, 2015 – Google’s Latest Foe: The U.S. Government 

 

October 4, 2015 – Google Parent Company Drops ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Motto

 

October 5, 2015 – Why Google Was Smart To Drop Its “Don’t Be Evil” Motto

 

December 8, 2017 –  Google’s true origin partly lies in CIA and NSA research grants for mass surveillance

Two decades ago, the US intelligence community worked closely with Silicon Valley in an effort to track citizens in cyberspace. And Google is at the heart of that origin story. Some of the research that led to Google’s ambitious creation was funded and coordinated by a research group established by the intelligence community to find ways to track individuals and groups online.

The intelligence community hoped that the nation’s leading computer scientists could take non-classified information and user data, combine it with what would become known as the internet, and begin to create for-profit, commercial enterprises to suit the needs of both the intelligence community and the public. They hoped to direct the supercomputing revolution from the start in order to make sense of what millions of human beings did inside this digital information network. That collaboration has made a comprehensive public-private mass surveillance state possible today.

The story of the deliberate creation of the modern mass-surveillance state includes elements of Google’s surprising, and largely unknown, origin. It is a somewhat different creation story than the one the public has heard, and explains what Google cofounders Sergey Brin and Larry Page set out to build, and why.

 

March 8, 2018 – How Google Is Part of the Government and Can Censor Anyone

 

1 thought on ““The common people, on the whole, are still living in the world of absolute good and evil from which the intellectuals have long since escaped.” – George Orwell

  1. Geoff

    thank you spotlighting this topic, its sparked my interest in looking for investigative reports about the barge(s).
    here is a short Google Glass article:

    Will Descend on Your City Saturday
    By Julianne Pepitone

    Google Glass haters, beware: Glass wearers are planning meetups in a series of “Glass Night Out” events across the country Saturday. The Glass community is coordinating the events, which Google promoted in a Google+ post on Thursday. Google is hoping its Explorer faithful will “help dispel Glass myths to all,” the company said in its post. It’s part of a continued effort to reduce the polarizing effect of the $1,500 Glass headsets — which let users snap photos, shoot video, perform a search and do lots of other smartphone-like tasks in front of their eyes.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *