Discovering real medicine and real remedies has been a revelation too long in coming for me. And it wouldn’t have happened without the net. Google has made a conscious decision to oppress millions of people seeking real healing and liberation from the medical treadmill. This is evil.
Hint: profitability is a very poor proxy for treatment efficacy or safety.
Written By:Sayer Ji, Founder
With about 1 billion health searches happening on Google every day, it’s not hard to understand why censoring natural health information serves a multitude of interests, not the least of which is Big Pharma’s bottom line.
A new analysis released by Bob Troia, Twitter handle Quantified Bob, reveals how health sites have been decimated by Google in the period tracked from April 15th, 2018 to August 15th, 2019.
He posted the following graphic on Twitter on August 25th, 2019, showing as high as a 99.87% decrease in visibility through Google search results, and a 81.14% drop for Greenmedinfo.com. Mayo Clinic and WebMD, on the other hand, saw a 59.98% and 30.71% increase, respectively. The difference in treatment between natural and conventional health websites has lead many to speculate that this was a manually executed penalty targeting the alternative medicine space. One of our colleagues, a Google SEO expert, posted his opinion on the matter here: “Google Takes Position in Controversial Vaccine Safety Debate.” Be forewarned, the rabbit hole goes deep. Google’s motivations and bias stretch all the way to election manipulation, as we discuss here: “Google Just Scrubbed Natural Health Websites From Its Search Results; Whistleblower Explains How and Why.”
However, you don’t have to fall into the stereotypes of a health freedom advocate, vaccine choice, or natural health obsessed organization to feel the pain of Google’s purge. Examine.com, for instance, which prides itself on being entirely science-based, and who has written about how “you do not need to worry about MSG,” “Curcumin is not a panacea,” and “Diet soda is unlikely to hurt your health,” also got hit hard. The founder recently wrote an article to answer the question: “Why has Examine.com disappeared from search results?” He and his organization played by Google’s rules, yet have all but disappeared from the search results. The same happened to Joe Cohen, founder of Self-Hacked, who wrote an excellent article on the subject here: “Google Is Taking Censorship of Health Websites to The Next Level.”
There is evidence, however, that the censorship may also target sites that speak out about drug side effects, such as People’s Pharmacy, who published a report on August 19th titled, “Is Google Censoring Drug Side Effect Information?” The site’s founder, Joe Graedon, writes:
“Many health websites have been buried by a new Google algorithm update. Search is fruitless. We provide drug side effect information. Why can’t you find it?” …