The Ministry Of Truth Has Arrived

“Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods.”

– Albert Einstein

The Google “proposal” to use the left wing political hacks at Politifact as the source of truth, has already been implemented.

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Politifact wrote a spectacularly fraudulent article about me without bothering to contact me, and then refused to print my rebuttal in which I documented that essentially everything they said was either completely incorrect or wildly misleading.

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17 Responses to The Ministry Of Truth Has Arrived

  1. AndyG55 says:

    That’s odd… I thought a guy called Obummer was ambassador to Kenya..

  2. It is almost certain that if someone impartial looked at this temperature data and was able to spend the money to verify the integrity of data and equipment that they would get a significantly less warming. And the reason I know that is because not one of them has stood up to insist on quality and all of them are zealots on warming. Even the most honest people would produce biased temperatures in that environments. But when we encounter these same people online actively involved in eco-politics its certain the temperature has been upjusted.

  3. Rich O says:

    What a joke, politifact goes to all the scumbags that manipulated the data and of course they say it’s all legit. Never bothering to find out if in fact there data manipulation is legit. Sure the crony network of alarmists will stand together and say it’s all good, just like all these scumbag progressives will stand behind Hillary and say she did nothing wrong.
    By the way how can we avoid using Google and all its offshoots.?

  4. As a search engine, if you are looking for words ‘US, ‘ambassador’, ‘Kenya’, ‘fired’, looking for close occurrence of the used words, along with any relevance algorithms, why would you pick ‘Politifact’? – The ellipsis between ‘Kenya’ and ‘fired’ shows separation between ‘US ambassador to Kenya’ – a generic search phrase and ‘fired’ a specific qualifier signifying the search user looking for a news item or event.

    Why would the first search result that is served up be one that *has a gap* between search terms in the phrase? In my browser, the second link goes to a ‘thegatewaypundit’ which has ‘2012 VIDEO: Ambassador to Kenya Fired For …’.

  5. Sean says:

    Goggle = Goebbels

  6. Disillusioned says:

    Borg zombies only care about what comes out of the borg, and to get other borg zombies repeating it. Over and over and over and over and over.

    There is no room for any dissension. The paradigm is paramount, and it must not be threatened. Dissenting facts that come from outside the borg must be and will be silenced.

  7. John says:

    The politifact piece shows up as number two using the same search words on I then tried it on a multitude of hot topics and got nothing but the usual results from google. It’s coming, I’m sure of that, but not here yet.

  8. Gail Combs says:

    My searches using google now turn up pieces that have ZERO bearing on what I am looking for. I can not even find the articles I referenced a month or so ago.

    Google is really really broken as a usable search engine. Lately my response to the first page of articles dredged up by google is WTF! That isn’t even close to what I was looking for…

    Given the fact Google will turn up “99,300,000 results” the information gets well buried under the non-relevant. If you use something like stevengoddard “word word word” google will often remove the (“) and toss up stuff that is not remotely connected to this site on the first page.

    (Stevengoddard become Steve or Steven)

    So it looks like the Ministry of Truth is already in action.

  9. emsnews says:

    So true, go down three or four links and suddenly there is a flood of totally unrelated junk and I suspect these are sites that pay money to Google to appear at regular intervals randomly.

  10. Joseph says:

    I haven’t used google in 3 years.

  11. Mike says:

    Reblogged this on makeaneffort and commented:
    Just another crutch for the Intellectually Lazy Left… you can move straight to regurgitating when you don’t have to decern. Cool!

  12. I would be interested in seeing more timely comments from Watts and Curry about this subject than those made late last June, which might as well have been made in the last century.

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