Google employees and executives really just can’t stand the idea of family, can they?
After all, what else explains their blind support of thieving BLM (“charity” thieves, no less), who openly support destruction of the nuclear family, while censoring the soon-to-be new prime minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni?
Much to the dismay of leftist globalists worldwide, Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy triumphed in recent elections.
Brothers of Italy is already being blasted by Biden as an allegedly fascist party, though it seems the main value promoted by Meloni appears to be family, given that her speech on family is precisely what triggered Google’s censorship.
In 2019, Meloni delivered a powerful speech, one that apparently sent Google snowflakes into a fit of rage, leading them to do what they do best: “Cancel” those with whom they disagree.
“Why is the family an enemy? Why is the family so frightening?” Meloni inquired.
Why indeed? Well, apparently because the family is typically where one begins to develop values, for a start.
That’s a problem in a society run by elites with limited values.
As Meloni effectively observed.
“There is a single answer to all these questions,” Meloni intoned, “because it defines us. Because it is our identity. Because everything that defines us is now an enemy for those who would like us to no longer have an identity and to simply be perfect consumer slaves.”
Perfect consumer slaves who voluntarily lock themselves down while enriching leftist billionaires profiting the most from pandemics, of course.
Sure enough, Meloni’s speech was apparently too much for the Google snowflakes, according to a report from Breitbart News.
“Google-owned YouTube removed the video of a 2019 speech from incoming Prime Minister of Italy Giorgia Meloni which had been going viral across numerous platforms. The internet giant claims the video ‘breached’ its community guidelines, a transgression that apparently took several years and a successful election for it to notice,” the outlet reported.
Awesome analysis. After all, it is quite curious that such a video breaching the guidelines so egregiously would take multiple years to catch.
“A message now appears on the YouTube video stating that it breached the platform’s community guidelines, although the platform has yet to publicly give a pretext,” the outlet added.
Yep. More like it breached the platform’s devout devotion to leftist militancy.
Clearly, Google couldn’t give a viable explanation for why it apparently hates speeches espousing the family, which is why the company rather awkwardly un-censored Meloni, offering next to no real explanation.
A YouTube spokesperson merely sniffed, “upon careful review, we determined this video is not violative of our Community Guidelines and have reinstated it.”
“Careful review.” Yeah right.
More like a “careful review” of the degree to which public opinion swirled against the tech giant for yet another act of brazen censorship.
Which is probably why Google tried to deny a little too hard.
“We enforce our policies regardless of the speaker’s political views,” the spokesperson insisted, “and when it’s brought to our attention that a video has been mistakenly removed, we review the content and take appropriate action, including restoring the relevant videos or channels – as we have done with this video.”
“Regardless of the speaker’s political views?” Really?
Senator Rand Paul would like a word.
In the meantime, Meloni continues to deliver speeches that will surely send the woke into a stroke, such as a rather fiery speech she delivered in June.
“Yes to natural families, no to the LGBT lobby, yes to sexual identity, no to gender ideology, yes to the culture of life, no to the abyss of death. No to the violence of Islam, yes to safer borders, no to mass immigration, yes to work for our people, no to major international finance,” Meloni proclaimed.
Needless to say, Meloni received far fewer votes from the Pelosi equivalents in Italy, whereas Italians interested in nation, family, and values first turned out for Meloni in droves.
Meloni is also unimpressed by the pomp that accompanies her new office, proclaiming she had no need for royal dwellings.
“Do you think we’d raise a six-year-old child in a Versailles-like palazzo? We’ve already got a house,” Meloni declared.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama purchases a $22M+ “summer home” in Martha’s Vineyard with dubiously acquired (foreign?) funds …
Author: Ofelia Thornton