“Eighty percent of Internet users have searched for a health-related topic online, according to a recent study.”
As Vorhies (@Perpetualmaniac) reminds us, #Google’s stated mission statement was to organize the world’s information and…
In addition to conformity, #Fascism necessitates “the loss of historical memory and a perceived crisis or endpoint that requires the collective energy and loyalty of the young and old.”
Smoke and mirrors. Cloak and daggers. Crowd control.
All sickness. No #Health.
We proverbially scratched our heads during marketing meetings, wondering what we were doing wrong. And then, we learned we had been impacted by what would be referred to as the “Medic Update.”
But what criteria are they using to decide these?
“Devastating” may be a more appropriate word; for some, content went from page 1 to being buried on page 6.
How about when an author has a degree? Doesn’t seem to matter anymore.
Who decides? What qualifications do #Google quality checkers possess? Who is deciding what’s harmful?
Consider that in his book “1984” Orwell describes how history and facts are recalled and rewritten…
Americans pop more pills than anywhere else in the world. Yet we’re still the sickest country on the planet. And all these drugs are often just adding to the problem.
We’ve come to accept these as part of everyday normal life—what Erich Fromm would have described as a “socially patterned defect.”
To heck with the #HippocraticOath of do no harm; profits trump the long-term care of patients.
#Schiff, who audaciously and wrongfully has stated that “there is no evidence that vaccines cause life-threatening or disabling diseases,” writes:
But when I ask, I get a, “Yeah, you know what, I did kind of notice something was different about Google.”
“Together we are going to confront Google; were going to hold them to their own standards and justice.”