John Battelle made a post on his website claiming that “an official Google spokesperson” said that “The statements related to Google are completely untrue.” The statements that “official Google spokesperson” refers to, according to John Battelle, are the ones which are summarized in a previous post of mine which you can find here.
First of all, notice how the name of this “official Google spokesperson” isn’t mentioned at all. At least the “conspiracy theorists” have the guts to name their sources and not be anonymous themselves when they make their claims:
A former clandestine services officer for the CIA who also maintains close relationships with top Google representatives says that the company is “in bed with” the intelligence agency and the U.S. government. He has also gone public on his deep suspicions about the official explanation behind 9/11.
Robert David Steele appeared on the nationally syndicated Alex Jones radio show and began by voicing his deep doubts about the official 9/11 story.
Steele raised eyebrows when he confirmed from his contacts within the CIA and Google that Google was working in tandem with “the agency,” a claim made especially volatile by the fact that Google was recently caught censoring Alex Jones’ Terror Storm and has targeted other websites for blackout in the past.
“I think that Google has made a very important strategic mistake in dealing with the secret elements of the U.S. government – that is a huge mistake and I’m hoping they’ll work their way out of it and basically cut that relationship off,” said the ex-CIA man.
“Google was a little hypocritical when they were refusing to honor a Department of Justice request for information because they were heavily in bed with the Central Intelligence Agency, the office of research and development,” said Steele.
Steele called for more scrutiny to be placed on Google if it continues to engage in nefarious practices, saying, “If Google is indeed starting to do harm then I think it’s important that be documented and publicized.”
Secondly, notice how we have to get Google’s remarks from someone else on, as far as I’m concerned, a random blog. Why can’t they release an official press release, or comment about it on their own blog? Then at least we can know for sure it’s official, and not have to rely on questionable claims made on some blog.
What is Google afraid of? Why can’t they just be open and be transparent about things? One of the reasons probably is that they simply cannot deny their links with the CIA. They know that if they officially do this, Alex Jones will fry their ass on Prisonplanet by releasing even more information about their deals with the CIA. So they might as well keep quiet and hope people will forget about this soon.
Ofcourse, we won’t let people forget.