Edward Snowden did not make the top 10 for Google’s trends of 2013 — But Paul Walker’s death and the new Playsation 4 did….What a joke! It just goes to show how dumbed down society is. For years those regarded as ‘crazy conspiracy people’ have not only been saying, but providing evidence of the NSA’s spying grid — It was mocked and laughed at, then came Edward Snowden and people still don’t care — Many in the mainstream view Snowden as a traitor — James Wooley former CIA director has said Snowden should be hanged. Similar sentiments have been repeated by John Bolton over at the neocon hub FOXNEWS. These statist worshipers believe Snowden should be hung, but they give a free pass to an illicit government caught breaking the law? The NSA was spying on it’s own citizens not as a method for tracking possible terrorists, but to set up a 1984 styled police state grid — Any claims made that the NSA was spying in the name of protecting American’s from ‘terrorists’ is pure propaganda and total bullshit, as the United States funds the very same terrorists it claims to be protecting Americans from.
This is a global list of top 10 searches, but the Boston Bombing makes the list, Paul Walker Makes the list, meaningless cell phones and gadgets make the list — Edward Snowden doesn’t make the list.
No wonder the NSA is spying on everyone — It is spying on a society of idiots who just don’t care. What the hell is wrong with people — Why is it that most people don’t care?
Google Trends – Trending Top Trending, 2013, Global
Google Trends – Trending People, 2013, Global
Paul Joseph Watson
December 10, 2013
Google engineering director Scott Huffman says that within five years people will have microphones attached to their ceilings and microchips embedded in their brains in order to perform quicker internet searches.
Image: Google Glass (Wikimedia Commons).
In an interview with the London Independent, Huffman said that Google was working towards a concept based around microphones hanging from the ceiling that would respond to verbal queries.
“Like a great personal assistant, it will interrupt you and say ‘ you’ve got to leave now’. It will bring you the information you want,” said Huffman, adding that “five years from now….Google will answer you the same way a person would answer.”