What Google Blogger has done to the AICP-END Blogs is despicable so we hope Trump’s fledgling war on social media platforms will extend to Sundar Pichai and Google, too

Now, however, there could be light on the horizon what with President Donald J. Trump pursuing social media giants such as Twitter and Facebook for being so unfair as platforms. They only allow and promote content with which they agree- which is extreme leftist in nature- while punishing anyone who might express conservative or even libertarian views.

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“What Google Blogger has done to the AICP-END Blogs is despicable so we hope Trump’s fledgling war on social media platforms will extend to Sundar Pichai and Google, too” by Executive Chef Pedro Muñoz, ACF-CEC

 

 

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Thank you, President Trump, for cracking down on the liberal, leftist social media giants, we hope it will extend to Google and Google Blogger…

San Diego, CA 92122, 06-01-2020 Monday:   Amigos! Good morning! How quickly things change, mis compadres. Google Blogger did the same thing to us that Twitter and Facebook have done to us, they disagree with our views- which we very clearly state in every post so that NO one is left scratching his or her (or its) head, wondering is this person liberal, conservative, or something else? No, we do what every journalist/commentator/publisher should do and that is to inform the readers or viewers up front from what neck of the woods we come. In so doing, if someone does not care to read our posts, he, she, or it can go read something somewhere else. No skin off anyone’s back- especially ours.

I guess we should have known that Google was moving toward this juvenile action because the chupadores kept us behind an interstitial which is a wall that countenances only the authors and followers to view posts and no one else. They did this to us for more than 5-6 years without ever possessing the necessary cojones to just shut us the flip down. In fact, our blogs are still out there, languishing on the Net, being punished for whatever stupid reason Sundar Pichai and his maricon staffers believe us to have done. ¡Pinche putos!

Now, however, there could be light on the horizon what with President Donald J. Trump pursuing social media giants such as Twitter[i] and Facebook[ii] for being so unfair as platforms. They only allow and promote content with which they agree- which is extreme leftist in nature- while punishing anyone who might express conservative or even libertarian views.

I hope that whatever he does bears fruit and all of us here at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day anticipate that it carries over to entities such as Google and Google Blogger because it is unfair for them to be allowed to exist but not for long-time bloggers like us and millions of others to be able to reach an audience.

We would love to see Google and Sundar Pichai[iii] take a good drubbing from the federal government because if you are going to allow people to utilize your platform sans telling them that IF you are mostly conservative, you mostly won’t be seen, is entirely criminal and immoral. To many, this reeks of false advertising in the same way Google Plus was such a popular social media site but mostly only conservatives had posts removed while liberals could spew as much hate speech as they liked.

Problem was, too many conservative people were using Google Plus so Mr. Pichai and his legal team drummed up the idea that ‘we was hacked’ and thus in losing the personal information of its users that, instead of fixing the problems, they shut the entire operation down.

We remember the upset at the time, April of last year, because millions of Google Plus users hoped against hope that Google might rescind the order and allow the platform to continue but oh, no, they shut it down sooner than April 1, 2019 and all the people who spent time building not only personal sites but collections and groups and followings found ALL their work disappeared like a Central American politician and out the window.

MeWe offered somewhat of a replacement but as a site, it never could compare with Google Plus. If one wants to create the same sort of collections and groups, they must pay, something many cannot do.

In closing, it would be great if these companies could be secure enough in their views and their politics to allow free expression to roam free but oh, no, can’t do that, they must be the ones who shape what the gullible see and believe while not permitting those with ideas contrary to theirs to attempt likewise.

While we like WordPress.com, there is no way they equal Google Blogger because we had a beautiful couple of sites over there. Now, WordPress is messing with its format and its template and that is always irritating for old guys (and gals) like us because we get used to working within the parameters of the system that to then toss it out the window and go down a different path causes needless hours of frustration.

Thanks for allowing me to bitch, mis amigos, we will get back to doing what we do best tomorrow, the discussion of current events and politics such as the George Floyd murder.

Adios.

Pedro Muñoz

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06-01-2020 Monday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MMCLXXXVII: “What Google Blogger has done to the AICP-END Blogs is despicable so we hope Trump’s fledgling war on social media platforms will extend to Sundar Pichai and Google, too” by Executive Chef Pedro Muñoz, ACF-CEC.

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[i] Jack Dorsey is the real a—hole as he has shut down numerous of our various Twitter accounts. We have 24 authors here as well as support staff who all have or had vigorous online presences at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Linked-In, and other various social media/marketing sites only to have them unceremoniously shutdown. Good luck with getting in touch with a human being at any of these aforementioned sites. -A. T. Woliztnikistein.

[ii] Mark Zuckerberg tiptoes around the edges the best he can but he has shutdown various posts on a variety of interconnected Facebook pages as he and his hack administrators do not agree with any conservative views. -A.T.W.

[iii] Wouldn’t it be great if the Trump administration deported this POS? -A.T.W.

 

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Author: Executive Chef Pedro Muñoz, CEC-ACF

I began my culinary career in the 1950's and had the good fortune of working with many different chefs before meeting my good friend, Stinkbug, in the mid 1980's in Bakersfield. I am still working part-time in my semi-retired years in my hometown in San Diego, CA. Member of the CA063 San Diego Chefs de Cuisine Chapter Chef Pedro is now an Independent. Chef Pedro writes from San Diego, CA Contact Chef Pedro at the following email address: Pedrothechef2010q@yahoo.com

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