American Dissident Voices broadcast of July 7, 2018
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE JEWS and their collaborators are getting more and more blatant in their censorship of those who would expose their crimes and their anti-White agenda. And they’re also becoming more desperate and stupid. I was recently “suspended” from the social media platform Twitter, allegedly because of this tweet I made many weeks ago, which Twitter in true Orwellian fashion serves up to me every time I try to access the site, with a single choice given to me — a big red button that says “delete” tweet. No “retain tweet” button, oh no. Retaining the tweet, no matter who didn’t like it, would also be retaining one’s integrity, and we can’t have that! We can’t even offer it as a choice. Just “delete.” It reminds me of being five years old and someone trying to suggest to me that “heads I win, tails you lose” was an honest wager.
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by Kevin Alfred Strom
IT’S BEING acknowledged everywhere — now by Wired magazine and the SEO Theory newsletter. Google Groups is totally broken.
It began well. Google acquired the Deja News archive of Usenet postings from 1995 forward, and then added 1981-1994 material from Marc Spencer’s archive. If somebody said it in a newsgroup, you could find it by searching Google Groups. You could search by author, by keywords, by newsgroup, by date range, or by exact phrase. It was as it should be.
But then Google decided to kluge its own “discussion groups” onto Usenet, and began emphasizing “new communities” or some such cliché at the expense of Usenet archiving, which has been all but abandoned. Some entire newsgroups have been ditched without explanation. And searching by author or exact phrase? Forget it. If you get any results at all, they’ll be woefully incomplete.
Google Groups is in violation of its own terms of service, which state in part “The Service contains the entire archive of Usenet discussion groups dating back to 1981.” To Google: Fix, please. Or remain evil.
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ANTHRAX ATTACKS AMAZING SEARCH RESULTS: Even though it was only recently restored from a hacker attack, Robert Pate’s The Anthrax Mystery: Solved Web site is garnering top results on Google, indicating a high degree of interest and relevance. A simple search on the words ANTHRAX ATTACKS gives anthraxattacks.net the number five position out of over 600,000 results. A search on the words ANTHRAX MYSTERY gives Mr. Pate’s site the number five position out of almost 400,000.