Google Cracks Down on WND for Reporting Racial Mob ViolenceImage may contain: one or more people, crowd, night and outdoor

Google doesn’t only rule the Internet because its domination of the search engine field allows it to determine who gets traffic and who doesn’t. It also has a dominant position in Internet advertising — which makes its threats against World Net Daily downright scary:

The world’s most powerful Internet search engine has accused WND of using “hate speech” and has threatened to block ads on the news site over its use of the term “black mobs” in news stories and columns reporting on a two-year epidemic of racial attacks in the U.S.

A little background:

Two years ago, WND began investigating and reporting on a spree of unprovoked attacks by groups of blacks on non-black victims, spearheaded by accounts compiled by journalist Colin Flaherty, author of “White Girl Bleed A Lot.” The book has been endorsed prominently and repeatedly by celebrated black scholar Thomas Sowell for connecting the dots between hundreds of incidents taking place in cities across the country. Flaherty’s reporting also first identified the phenomenon known as “the knockout game,” in which groups or individual black people have targeted non-black victims for unprovoked attacks designed to knock them unconscious with a surprise blow to the head.

If not for sites like WND, the mainstream media never would have acknowledged this nationwide and extremely alarming phenomenon even asbriefly as it did. Cut off from reality by liberal censorship, unwitting victims would continue to wander into situations that put their lives at risk, like teenagers who never received John Derbyshire’s talk. As Sowell puts it:

“Most of the media see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil. In such an atmosphere, the evil not only persists but grows.”

Google’s policy is totalitarianism wrapped in the usual squishy-soft coating of politically correct “tolerance”:

“HATE/ANTI: While Google believes strongly in the freedom of expression, we also recognize the need to protect the quality of the AdSense network for users, advertisers, and publishers. As such, Google does not allow the monetization of hate speech or any other content that is intended to insult, offend or intimidate an individual or group based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.”

Try reporting news that does not violate this policy in any way, as judged by the sort of people who would create such a policy, and you will find that you have produced left-wing propaganda. Specifically, Google is banning use of the term “black mob.” More from Thomas Sowell:

“Are race riots not news? Ignoring racial violence only guarantees that it will get worse. … The dangers to the nation as a whole are an even bigger program. The truth has a way of eventually coming out, in spite of media silence and politicians’ spin. If the truth becomes widely known, and a white backlash follows – turning one-way race riots into two-way race riots – then a cycle of revenge and counter-revenge can spiral out of control…”

From a purely cynical point of view, this wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing for the Left — provided they maintain control of the flow of information. If there are a hundred race-motivated attacks, and one of them features whites attacking blacks, we all know which of the attacks will be the only one we see on the nightly news. Allowing racial violence to fester until it becomes a two-way street could allow liberals to prop up their moribund ideology by providing them with examples of whites behaving thuggishly that didn’t happen long before most of us were born. Probably they aren’t that conniving. Most likely the liberal thought police mean well, and are simply fools who think black mob violence won’t persist if we refuse to acknowledge it. In either case, it is clear that no one can be trusted to regulate the news — private company or otherwise.

Advancing under cover of information blackout.
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