Facebook & Google are CIA Fronts

February 16, 2011

facebook-CIA.gifIn the case of both Google and Facebook, three talented students in their 20's came out of obscurity to establish multi-billion dollar enterprises. Do you suppose they had some help?



BY SANDEEP PARWAGA
(FOR HENRYMAKOW.COM)



There used to be a saying: ''No one makes a name for himself without giving something up''

As a youngster, I was awed by people who ''made it to the top'' by creating and innovating corporations, technologies, or simply establishing themselves through sports, music, entertainment, etc. thus becoming millionaires.

Now as I have grown older, I realize how illusory this paradigm really is. I came to the conclusion that if you want to reach the ''top',' you have to give up your soul. 

Take Mark Zuckerberg for example. He is one of the most ''successful entrepreneurs'' in the last decade. Having made a fortune through his Facebook empire, he reaches more than 500 million people worldwide. It seems like a fairytale. A student creates a new interface to connect the people throughout the world. Well, it sounds great doesn't it? It would, if we were true. 

Here is a good video that demonstrates that Facebook was indirectly funded by the CIA with the goal of learning and storing everything there is to know about you. Why? To monitor and ultimately control.  

Again, the people have been totally duped by the Facebook-mania and can only see what they are told to see. As my friends say: ''It is to connect people and share information''. In the wake of the recent crisis in Egypt, we might add that Facebook has become not just a data-mining operation, but also a soft power proxy for crisis-creation.

Let's look at headlines that should cast no doubt about the true character of CIAbook:

Facebook's Zuckerberg Says The Age of Privacy is Over -

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says privacy is no longer a 'social norm'

Facebook - the CIA conspiracy

The Face of Facebook -  (Pay particular notice to the IMs that got leaked and confirmed to be true by the New Yorker)

Facebook & Social Media: A Convenient Cover For Spying -

US spies invest in internet monitoring technology - Quoted from this article: ''In an attempt to sift through the blizzard of information, the investment arm of the CIA, In-Q-Tel, has invested in a software firm that monitors social media.''

Nihilists of The World Unite: Wikileaks Is The "Cognitive Infiltration" Operation Demanded by Cass Sunstein -

TIME Mag Person of the Year 2010 - This link is just a mere reminder of past history and the perversion of ''honoring''those who don't deserve it. Would you like to share this front cover with Hitler, Stalin, Kissinger, etc.? I sure wouldn't. Obviously Zuckerberg has done something ''great''. Just my 2 cents about this garbage.

google-nsa-665.jpgGOOGLE

Google has come under scrutiny over its attempt to eliminate competing search engines and block ''controversial'' sites and people, but the biggest controversy came over its alleged ties to the CIA and NSA.

Google founders Sergey M. Brin and Lawrence E. Page are portrayed as average folks, Stanford University students, who teamed up to create a ''superior search engine''. Their attempt to do just that turned out to be so successful that they started to get funding from big players, for example Sun Microsystems. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin#Search_engine_development)

It can be assumed that the CIA and NSA funded them as well. As in the above example of Facebook, don't forget the Google scandal connected to China last year, where Google simply evaded censorship laws by moving to Hong Kong.

The CIA might have used Google as a soft power proxy in China as well for destabilization operations. Here are a few issues that made the news regarding Google:

Tarpley: US Gov uses Google proxy to attack China - (Vid)

Google-NSA collaboration draws alarm -

YouTube's Parent Google is a Corporate Member of the Council on Foreign Relations -

Ex-Agent: CIA Seed Money Helped Launch Google -

The Google-NSA Alliance: Questions and Answers -

 
CONCLUSION

I admit I have Facebook. I am not particularly happy about it, but it does facilitate being connected with friends from other places. I try to keep a low profile. Don't reveal anything or don't click on trivial buttons, for example the ''Likes''.

Use alternatives to make contact if you can, e.g. email or other messengers. If you have Facebook, you have probably realized how people have literally sold their lives over to it.

Every time I see people revealing things to the finest detail, they don't think about any consequences, or let's say, they are not smart enough to care. The scientific dictatorship has done a ''good'' job in brainwashing and manipulating the masses. Don't be fooled by the deceit. The mainstream media has been very reluctant to cover the disturbing Google/Facebook ties as it would expose important assets for the Big Brother machine and its secret use to destabilize.

 Zuckerberg or the Google founders would never have gotten the publicity, wealth and success without a CIA or NSA  connection. To elaborate on the opening quote, I assume they have been initiated into the Illuminati Order and sold their soul.

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Related- The Truth About Facebook

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Sandeep Parwaga is a 22 yr old Indian student who currently lives in the UK.

 




Comments for "Facebook & Google are CIA Fronts "

Bob said (March 18, 2011):

you are correct about the us govt involvement in google and two-faced-book,
and i think via google alone the usgovt ought be able to scan all traffic on all of the net
and offsprings such as tele, hard and cell etc, fax, and whatever other means enemies
of us govt use........ this way, us govt can put a scan program looking for key words or
sounds or bites or even content, so they can then recover that splurge and read it all,
so if a communication by one enemy to another then us govt has heard the goodies
and ought take appropriate action

google no doubt is in favor of helping usa, facebook is too silly to be of much use
to usa or even to our enemies, is an emotion to emotion silly stuff, ok for entertainment
but i doubt any enemy would be stupid enough to use this vehicle to plot damage of
usa.... perhaps they would if so then us govt ought keep their nose to this emotional
train wreck and at least have fun

i sent a specific power of attorney to google that any us govt on the job tech who
is scanning or otherwise sticking his nose into any communications on the net
has my permission to dig deep into my accounts at whim, no need to sneak around.

i would add that us govt is authorized by fundamental law such as our Constitution
to take whatever means are necessary to stick it to any and all of our enemies
including emotional nuts like facebook..... so they do not need permission from
any net user, none at all,,, (sshhhh dont tell obama the caliph, who uses his
islam to destroy usa, he tinkers with the heads of depts so does not matter
what they discover, he will destroy it along with usa)


Michael said (February 18, 2011):

Hi Henry, I hope all is well. I just read the latest articles on your website. The one about Facebook and google had me thinking; I've
always had a bad feeling about facebook, closed my account last year.

The article reminded me of a law that's being enforced by government here in South-Africa, it's called RICA; this law requires that all
citizens register their personal details in connection to their phone numbers. This gives the government full right to intercept and trace
any call at will. They say it's to fight crime yet all the officials tell a different story, some say it's to find stolen cellphones, like
they care. I have not registered yet and I am not keen to. The law states that if not all phones are registered within a set date these
will be disconected from the network. To me, this feels like a privacy breech. Many of the people who've already registered testify of
receiving spam and call centre calls which they didn't get before registration. It's sickening how government wants to herd and control
the people like sheep. The days when men farmed the land and went about his dealings in peace without government this and government
that, the time when men were men and women were women. Anyway, I thought you might find this interesting. Have a good weekend. More
about RICA at http://rwrant.co.za/2009/07/07/rica-implemented-in-south-africa/


Werner said (February 17, 2011):

I think we also can put Obama on the list of famous people who made from obscurity to the top of the world.


Blair said (February 17, 2011):

Great article on google and facebook, very informative.

On this same tack, you might look into FedEx.
They started with another miracle kid, who proved all his Harvard profs wrong and made it to the top. Such a wonderful fairytale, it was really all just a scam to privatize the post office and gain more control over communications.


Fitzwilliams said (February 17, 2011):

Excellent article by Sandeep Parwaga.

That no individual rises to the top alone has been my belief all along and good to see a young man like Sandeep thinking it too. Looking back at all the 'great' characters, they were all acting as shills. Armand Hammer was working for both sides, the Rockefellars and the Rothschilds of course have their own chestnuts in the fire. But even Robert Maxwell of Britain was acting for somebody or other (he was given special place of burial in IsraHell after he 'fell' off his yacht and floated like a whale in the sea). Like the founders of Google, Facebook, what-have-you, they all have amazing stories to tell about their rise up Jacob's Ladder. Perhaps we should cue now to your recent article about the rise of Bob Dylon, the multi-coloured singer of hymns and trivia.

Interesting isn't it now that folk are rising everywhere, in Egypt they sent a Google man bawling before the cameras and proclaiming if he didn't love Egypt he'd be somewhere else making a lot of money (from Google). And read Lady Clinton's lips closely to see which revolutions to follow and what colour to wear for the day.


Yshimatsu said (February 17, 2011):

See my articles (yoichi shimatsu) at New America Media on State Department's Policy Planning office's Jared Cohen's role in the Cairo 'Twitter revolution.' He's moved on to become the head of Google Ideas.

Cohen worked at State, traveled to Iran, Syria, Israel, Egypt and Tunisia 2006 to mid-2010. He was present at the first protest in Cairo on Jan. 25 this year. He was the organizer of the Assembly of Youth Movements in New York in December 2008, and invited Ahmed Mahrer, co-head of April 6 Youth Movement. More detail in my article.

Google Israel started up operations in 2006, focused mainly on 'research'.

Sergei Brin's parents - Mikhail and Evgenia - are mathematicians who were with the Soviet code-breaking program and then defected to US under Scoop Jackson's Soviet Jewry program, and in Maryland worked for NSA in encryption.

Michael Brin's work on chaos theory - finding order in apparent randomness - was the key element that led to Google search engine technology.

Evgenia is still at NSA and serves on a Jewish women's charity in Maryland.


Troy said (February 17, 2011):

Great article. Just last week I did some digging on Zuckerberg, Gates, etc. I had a weird feeling about these guys. As I Suspected, they came from the same stock and magically had an idea " who's time had come."
I just didn't believe someone could get that wealthy by accident. Nothing happens by accident.


Dan said (February 17, 2011):

Children must be wondering how people managed to have revolutions before Twitter.

The following 'interview' with lead singer of UK metal band "Radio head" sounds like an infomercial in NLP.

"TWITTER and FACEBOOK are increasingly the means by which popular movements throughout the world are able to come together and mobilize.
"I have been so moved by the peaceful Jasmine revolution in Tunisia [and] the anti-Government demonstrations centred on Tahrir Square in Cairo."
He added: "SOCIAL NETWORKING has helped facilitate the freedom to assemble peacefully and express oneself."

I think I need a barf bag.

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Dan

This is what Sandeep must mean about "soft power." The CIA can start "revolutions" this way.

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PV said (February 17, 2011):

No joke I just ran across this full page article yesterday & saved the link to send it along one of these days, but seeing your guest article just now re FB/Google means "now" must be that time...

"The Jewish hand behind Internet - Google, Facebook, Wiki, Yahoo, MySpace, eBay":
http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/media/internet/news.php?q=1262024557

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You probably heard in recent news the warnings of people taking pics with cell phones without turning off Location or GPS first & then posting those pics online:

"I Can Stalk U - Raising awareness about inadvertent information sharing":
http://icanstalku.com/

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Agree w/your other readers re FB, no thanks, can't stand all that "social butterfly" stuff... (no relation to Monarch programming, lol, but an old phrase from the 60-70's... Then again, maybe that's how the phrase originated... ?) :-/

I did hook up w/Twitter, though... 140 characters is perfect for headlines w/ a link...

Profiles, Surveys, & Petitions are other web things I have grown to avoid, but since I am in Gmail-bondage, they get us one way or another by dangling the Freebie carrot.

I'm always in awe of all you people that use your real names on the internet... 10 years & I still use my initials, lol, but before there was ever the www I used to pay MaBell to keep my name out of the phonebook... :)

Early on I fell for Classmates.com though; even filled out my job history there, like a ditz. Then later on when googling for my former boss' name, my name was plastered all over the Goog in relation to his. So I marched right over to Classmates & it wouldn't let me delete my job history so I deleted the whole stupid account, lol.

Another dumb thing I did early on as a noob was sign some FDA petition re irradiated foods, & I stumbled upon it recently about 10 pages back in search results but I was shocked to see I had actually included my street address... Duh!


Andrew said (February 17, 2011):

That kid, Sandeep Parwaga, has got potential.

Can you imagine what he'll be thinking and writing when he's 32.

You should encourage him to write more.

He's got something to say and he's asking the right questions.

His Facebook, Google article is one of the best contributed articles in weeks.


Rick said (February 17, 2011):

Very nice article, Ms. Parwaga. Of course Facebook and these social networking sites are data mining operations. Twitter seems to be up to the minute monitoring. I had a friend many years ago who was pretty sharp. This was the time when people were first connecting to the internet en masse.

I asked him if he was connected yet. His reply was, "no, I don't want anyone to know how I think". Now I can assure you that this young man was not any kind of conspiracy theorist, and he certainly had nothing to hide. But, it seems some souls have innate abilities to just kind of see something for what it is that seems to elude most of the rest of us. I think about that from time to time, and your article of course triggered that memory again.


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