Whistleblower Zach Vorhies warns public of Google’s push to “destabilize US and make it fall” – Brighteon.TV
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Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies warned the public that Google is pushing ideas that could potentially "destabilize the United States and make it fall without the enemy firing a shot."

"The question is: Who is the enemy? I really don't know the answer to that question and I know that it's one of their greatest secrets," Vorhies told host Mike Adams during his appearance at the "Health Ranger Report" on Brighteon.TV.

"This group of globalists, for lack of a better term, is using the transgender movements and racism as wedges in order to divide Americans and keep them fighting against each other."

According to Vorhies, Google got the ball rolling through censorship. "They had this algorithm called 'machine learning fairness,' which they were secretly unleashing into Google Search, Google News and YouTube in order to manipulate the information landscape, take control of elections and be able to move America to their corporate values," he said.

Vorhies hinted that the main players from the Vanguard Group, Inc., which is the biggest investor behind Google, are possibly the enemies wanting America to fall. However, no one knows the people who own or control the company – and that's by design.

The destabilization, Vorhies said, is part of a larger scheme to render people useless as Big Tech companies introduce artificial intelligence and robot labor.

Vorhies opens door for more Big Tech whistleblowers

The madness of Google's attempt to mold the reality of humanity into a version dictated by its corporate values has been portrayed in the book co-authored by Vorhies and New York Times bestselling author Kent Heckenlively titled "Google Leaks." (Related: Zach Vorhies: Portrait of a whistleblower.)


As a senior engineer at Google, Vorhies watched in horror from the inside as the 2016 election of Donald Trump drove the tech giant into a frenzy of censorship and political manipulation. It quickly became clear to him that Google was attempting nothing less than a seamless rewriting of the operating code of reality in which many would not be allowed to participate.

From Google rewriting their news algorithms to target Trump to using human tragedy emergencies to inject permanent blacklists, Vorhies and Heckenlively provide a first-hand perspective on how Google turned to the dark side to seize power.

In the summer of 2019, he collected and released 950 pages of documents to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the public through Project Veritas to reveal what Google was doing. It quickly became one of the most popular whistleblower stories and started a trend in Big Tech industry.

Earlier this year, Adams interviewed Facebook censorship whistleblower Ryan Hartwig. Hartwig related his experience as bilingual content moderator for Facebook when he worked at Cognizant.

According to Hartwig, he was initially assigned to monitor content for Latin America before getting transferred to monitor content for North America. He started to see bias in Facebook's censorship when he's monitoring content for the latter.

In one instance, he was told to delete a viral video in which a Trump supporter is being attacked although there was really no violation. He eventually decided to make a list of biased censorships against conservatives. A journalist he contacted referred him to Project Veritas, which asked him to do undercover works.

His work with Project Veritas focused on how Facebook allowed attacks on people who don't support LGBT while censoring posts against the same group.

Hartwig also wrote a book – titled "Behind the Mask of Facebook" – detailing his expose. He said the overarching message on his book is that Facebook can pick and choose what rules to follow and that it can make exceptions anytime it likes.

Biden administration encourages censorship

Even the government is encouraging censorship these days. (Related: Marsha Blackburn calls Biden an "authoritarian" for supporting Big Tech censorship.)

In July, the Biden administration called on Big Tech companies to censor narratives considered by the government as "misinformation" about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Misinformation is defined by health officials as information that is false, inaccurate or misleading, according to the best available evidence.

Critics quickly decried the effort, saying that the government was effectively telling Big Tech to violate the First Amendment. "This is uncharted territory. They now are openly admitting they collaborate with Big Tech," said Amy Tarkanian, a former Nevada Republican Party chairwoman.

Meanwhile, Clay Travis, co-founder of OutKick, said that the advisory "should be terrifying to anyone who values free speech."

In the advisory, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said technology platforms can redesign recommendation algorithms to avoid "amplifying misinformation," hire more people to police content and boost messaging from "trusted messengers and subject matter experts."

The new advisory claimed that social media platforms have greatly contributed to the "unprecedented speed and scale" of misinformation's spread. It said that misinformation, particularly on social media websites like Facebook, has hindered vaccination efforts, sown mistrust, caused people to reject public health measures, use unproven treatments, prolonged the pandemic and put lives at risk.

"As Surgeon General, my job is to help people stay safe and healthy, and without limiting the spread of health misinformation, American lives are at risk," Murthy said in a statement.

"From the tech and social media companies who must do more to address the spread on their platforms, to all of us identifying and avoiding sharing misinformation, tackling this challenge will require an all-of-society approach, but it is critical for the long-term health of our nation."

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