I recommend reading this first
Epstein & Robertson 2015
to get a good understanding of how this works. That Google's search results significantly impact the outcomes of elections is difficult to refute;
yet there is little research done on this topic (gee, I wonder why....). Google's denials that it actively manipulates search results are basically
just the corporate PR version of "Trust us"; I have no doubt algorithms automate most searches, but the fact remains they absolutely have the
ability to manipulate any search results to display only results that Google wants the searcher to see, and as they are a private corporation (one of
the largest on the planet, I might add) with no oversight or accountability from or to the public, and, being a megacorp, their only motivation of
lining their own pockets, I have no good reason to believe they do not misuse this power to their own ends.
The impact of this cannot be understated. While it is theoretically possible to navigate the internet without Google, the sheer amount of information
available and the fact you can't physically browse the internet means that without a search engine, you need a direct link in order to find new
websites and thus, new sources of information. You have to find a site that has such a link, or know someone that already knows it; you can't just go
find it directly yourself. That is supposed to be where Google comes in - you search for a site, it finds the link for you. As this is far easier than
any alternative means of browsing the internet, Google is used ubiquitously, to the point it's basically a public (but yet, still very much privately
owned) utility. The internet as we know it could barely function without such a comprehensive and complex search engine as Google to allow everybody
to find the sites they seek. In addition, the only mainstream alternative to the Cult of Apple (which is a whole other can of worms) in the smartphone
market is Google's Android OS - the existence of this OS basically enslaves the user to Google to obtain information. They must use Google Chrome,
Google's own web browser, which they, of course, have total control over, to navigate the internet, giving Google control over literally EVERYTHING
one is allowed to view on an Android device - in addition to logging everything you do on said phone and sending it to the NSA, naturally.
As a result, Google has a natural monopoly on information flows over the internet. Without a search engine, internet traffic could not reach the
levels it currently does; and, being a utility as it is, it is a natural monopoly, assisted by the fact its initial success gives it such a
significant capital advantage over any possible competitor that no one can foreseeably depose Google as the New World Search Engine. Reliant as the
finding of information is on people being able to find it on Google, coupled with Google's ability to prioritize or hide any search results at its
own discretion means Google has global and scarily close to complete control over what people are allowed to see, and what they are not. Knowing as we
do that Google is most definitely part of the NWO (they attend the Bilderberg Group, most obviously) and they actively supply the information they
collect to national intelligence agencies without the knowledge or consent of users, the existence and nature of Google allows it to operate as a
Shadow Ministry of Truth - information they don't want you to see can simply be erased from any Google search. If it doesn't show up on Google,
chances are, almost no one, if any at all, will ever, EVER see it. Thus can public opinion and action be shaped to the will of TPTB, and because the
public doesn't know what's happening, and will never know what they're not being shown, they can pull people around like puppets on strings without
anyone ever being the wiser.
It's getting downright scary these days, friends.