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(New York, NY) – Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, says the Russian / Ukraine conflict shows the need for technology giants to support the military-industry complex propaganda.
During his appearance on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” on Monday, Schmidt claimed that technology giants must now move to the lockstop for global national security priorities.
“The war will help strengthen technology companies’ understanding of why national security is important,” Schmidt said.
“If you believe, falsely, that 10 years ago, that war was wiped out, that conflict was wiped out, we didn’t need military forces to protect us, then you say, ‘Let’s not work with the government, let’s go.’ This thing is not the focus. ‘ And I think we have, unfortunately and terribly, put that argument to bed. Our country needs a strong national security and the technology industry needs to support it, “he added.
Schmidt called on Google and other technology giants to flood Russia with propaganda to undermine their national sovereignty.
“I think we’re working together to integrate this into their data,” Schmidt said, claiming that the control of information by monopoly technology corporations is helping Russian citizens “see what they’re missing.” [on]”
Big League Politics reports on Facebook’s policy of allowing terrorist threats against Russians as part of a two-minute hate speech against the nationalist country:
“Do big technologies really care about the safety of their users? Facebook and Instagram are facing criticism after an explosive report from Reuters that the two platforms were set up to “temporarily” allow calls for violence against Russian troops and Russian President Vladimir Putin during the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. The news comes after President Vladimir Putin banned Facebook from his country in retaliation for repeated platform censorship that targeted many Russian media outlets.
Meter spokesman Andy Stone shared an online company statement Post: “As a result of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, we have temporarily created allowances for forms of political expression that generally violate our rules, such as violent rhetoric such as the ‘death of Russian invaders’.” We still do not allow credible calls for violence against Russian civilians.
Reuters says the social media agency is “temporarily” allowing some posts calling for the death of Russian President Vladimir Putin or Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
“We are providing policy-must allowances for T1 violent speech that would otherwise be removed under the hate speech policy when: (a) targeting Russian troops, excluding prisoners of war, or (b) targeting Russians where it is clear that the context is the Russian invasion of Ukraine.” E.g., “Content refers to attacks, self-defense, etc.”, wrote Meta in a recent email to moderators.“
Big tech entities are going out of their way to fulfill every Orwelian prophecy under the sun. The Russia-Ukraine conflict has shown just how bad the technocratic one-world rule will get and the globalists are just beginning.
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