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Melissa Fleming, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Global Communications on April 22, 2022:

"We control science"

" Millions of people around the world go to Google for information about climate change and sustainability. When users now search for "climate change," they find authoritative information from the United Nations in 12 languages. In addition to organic search results, Google displays short and easy-to-understand information panels and visuals about the causes and consequences of climate change, as well as individual actions people can take to address the climate crisis.

"We are pleased to be working with Google to ensure that factual, reliable content about climate is available to the widest possible audience," said Melissa Fleming,

"Misinformation is so widespread today that it threatens the progress and understanding of many critical issues, including climate. Therefore, the need for accurate, science-based information on a topic like climate change has never been greater."

In his 2021 report, Our Common Agenda, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres called for addressing the "infodemic" of misinformation plaguing the world and proposed a global code of conduct that promotes integrity in public information and facts and science in public discourse.

"For Google, search is part of a larger effort to develop products and tools that enable people to better understand and reduce their personal impact on the environment," he said.

"Global search interest in 'how to be sustainable' reached a record high this year," said Chris LaRosa, Senior Product Manager, when the climate search feature was first launched in three languages last October. "At Google, we believe technology can play a critical role in a carbon-free future and we want to help people make more sustainable choices every day."

After the English, French and Spanish versions launched last fall, the UN climate information is now available in Arabic, Chinese, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Thai and Vietnamese.

What they mean here is that Big Tech will do what the UN says to do and follow the official propaganda machine. This has nothing to do with science anymore.

Any dissent voice is not tolerated. Any criticism is barred, any dissenting message, video or photo removed so that the narrative can no longer be questioned. The public is only served the same sausage crap.

However, they are making a capital mistake here. More and more people are questioning the one-sided nature of the reporting and the fact that every contradicting voice is put away.

And then they are so stupid to say it out loud, whilst forgetting that everything that has been said, is said and can never be undone, especially not if it has been captured on film.

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