Barbara Hartwell

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Independent Investigator, Intelligence Analyst, Journalist. Former CIA (NOC, Psychological Operations) Black Ops Survivor. Sovereign Child of God. Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Ordained 1979, D.Div.) Exposing Government Lies, Crimes, Corruption, Conspiracies and Cover-ups.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

EXPOSED: More on the Evils of Google

"We are moving to a Google that knows more about you."  

—Google CEO Eric Schmidt, speaking to financial analysts, February 9, 2005, as quoted in the New York Times the next day

Google is in bed with the NSA. Doesn't everybody know that? They've admitted it, accompanied by  their propaganda about issues of "security."  Please...

And speaking for myself, what Google thinks they "know" about Barbara Hartwell is comprised largely of the disinformation purposefully spread by my enemies (FBI/CIA terrorists) and their stooges and shills.

Google has wreaked havoc on my life by promoting massive smear campaigns; by invading privacy with impunity; by censoring my reports, while giving the libel of demonic liars top billing in their search engine.

They've done the same to my friends and colleagues (whistleblowers and former intelligence professionals such as Geral Sosbee and Bob Levin); in fact, Google seems to delight in targeting those of us who expose government corruption.

Does Google care about Liberty, Truth or Privacy? Not a chance.

Here, to add to my series exposing the evils of this government-sponsored spy network and propaganda ministry, yet another damning indictment against Google.

Get behind me, Satan!

June 6, 2010

Critics Say Google Invades Privacy With New Service


E-mail, it turns out, can hold many secrets, from the names of personal physicians and illicit lovers to the identities of whistle-blowers and antigovernment activists. And Google, so recently a hero to many people for threatening to leave China after hacking attempts against the Gmail accounts of human rights activists, now finds itself being pilloried as a clumsy violator of privacy.


In an e-mail message, Todd Jackson, product manager for Gmail and Google Buzz, said, “Google remains completely committed to freedom of expression and to privacy, and we have a strong track record of protecting both.”

NONSENSE!  You lie, Mr. Jackson, as do all Google hirelings and shills.

By their fruits shall you know them.