Google Censorship Continues

Google’s censorship of Fire-Earth and affiliated blogs listed below goes from strength to strength

Any of our blog entries that criticizes a public figure, corporation, faulty product, or advises our readers against something deemed to be harmful,  is automatically filtered out and buried by the Internet mafia’s search engines.

So far, even a mere mention of the following names in the blogs’ entries has resulted in those posts receiving up to 100 times fewer hits than the average entries do on the respective blogs.

Example: When Google “disliked” Sarah Palin, Hilarious Polar Bear News! received about 550 hits per day.

This Week: Sarah Palin Joins TV Network for Mentally Challenged has received less than 7 hits per day.

OK, she is no longer running for the No. 2 job in the country, but she is still a high profile figure. Further, there are numerous other examples that verify our findings.

Google’s Top 10 List of “Holy Cows”

1. President Obama

2. Rahm Israel Emanuel, Nancy Plosi, and all other high profile politicians

3. Sarah Palin [also: Dick Cheney, George W Bush, Colin Powell, especially John McCain]

4. Pat Robertson [Judeo-Christianity, Zionism, 9/11 issues, War in Afghanistan, War in Iraq, Gaza Occupation …]

5. Fox News, CNN and All Google partners (Fire-Earth believes that Google delays listing of many blog posts on the internet, thereby allowing its partners to duplicate and broadcast the topic/concept before the bloggers’ messages become searchable.

6. American Airlines (as well as Air New Zealand and all other airlines listed on FEWW Top 10 Most Dangerous Airlines list.)

7. The United Nations, Nato, Red Cross, FBI, the Church, Wall Street …

8. The Pope, Ban ki Moon (and other highly paid UN employees),  Ben [NOT Benjamin] Shalom Bernanke, Bernard Madoff

9. The Royal families [including the King of Saudi Arabia, their herd of princes and more princes, Emir of Dubai and their offspring, king of Thailand, as well as Presidents/PMs and high profile politicians in Israel, France, UK …]

10.  Any corporation, organization, product or concept that Google or its partners have a stake in, or could be affected by the adverse publicity through association. See also The Suckers List of ‘Ethical Companies’

 

The Suckers List of ‘Ethical Companies’

Posted by msrb on April 13, 2009

submitted by a reader

Question:

What would it cost the ‘Devil,’ or the following companies to be called ethical on some coo coo list?

A New York based ‘Stink tank,’ calling itself  ‘The Ethisphere Institute’ has selected 99 companies  it says are the world’s most ethical businesses.

The list includes: Dell Inc., Honeywell International Inc, Nike Inc, Patagonia, BMW Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, Johnson Controls Inc and HSBC Holdings PLC, Best Buy Co Inc and T-Mobile International AG & Co KG, General Electric Co, American Express Co, PepsiCo Inc, McDonald’s Corp, Starbucks Corp, IKEA AB…

“The mission of our group is to improve corporate behavior,” said Alex Brigham, executive director of the Ethisphere Institute.

Ethisphere Institute says they are “dedicated to the advancement of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability.” Reuters reported.

Each company is chosen against its peers in the same industries because  each industry operates under different circumstances, Brigham said.

It’s not clear whether AIG, General Motors and Madoff & Co had originally featured on the Ethisphere’s list, and subsequently withdrawn.

[The full list of companies was reportedly available  at http://www.ethisphere.org/wme2009 . However, their server wasn’t behaving ethically at the time of posting. Moderator]

Answer:

You’re kidding, Right?

NOPE Here’s the 2013 Full list of Companies

from

http://ethisphere.com/worlds-most-ethical/wme-honorees/

WORLD’S MOST ETHICAL COMPANIES – HONOREES

The World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies designation recognizes companies that truly go beyond making statements about doing business “ethically” and translate those words into action. WME honorees not only promote ethical business standards and practices internally, they exceed legal compliance minimums and shape future industry standards by introducing best practices today.
This year, a record 145 companies made the list, which includes more than three dozen industries, from aerospace to wind power, with 43 of the WME winners headquartered outside the U.S. Since the list’s inception, 23 companies have made the list all seven years including: Aflac, American Express, Fluor, General Electric, Milliken & Company, Patagonia, Rabobank and Starbucks, among others.

WME-honorees

2013 WORLD’S MOST ETHICAL COMPANIES

AEROSPACE & DEFENSE

Rockwell Collins
USA

The Aerospace Corporation
USA

AGRICULTURE

Ethical Fruit Company Ltd
UK

APPAREL

Gap Inc
USA

H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB
Sweden

AUTOMOTIVE

Cummins Inc.
USA

Delphi
USA

Ford Motor Company
USA

Johnson Controls, Inc.
USA

BANKING

National Australia Bank
Australia

Old National Bank
USA

Westpac Banking Corporation
Australia

BUSINESS SERVICES

Accenture
Ireland

Capgemini
France

Dun & Bradstreet
USA

Paychex, Inc.
USA

Salesforce.com
USA

William E. Connor & Associates Ltd.
Hong Kong

CHEMICALS

Ecolab
USA

H.B. Fuller
USA

The Mosaic Company
USA

The Sherwin-Williams Company
USA

COMPUTER HARDWARE

Hitachi Data Systems
USA

Intel Corporation
USA

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

Adobe System Incorporated
USA

Microsoft Corporation
USA

Symantec Corporation
USA

Teradata Corporation
USA

Wipro Ltd
India

CONSTRUCTION

CRH plc
Ireland

Granite Construction Inc.
USA

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

Ricoh
Japan

Texas Instruments
USA

Xerox Corporation
USA

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

Colgate-Palmolive Company
USA

Hasbro
USA

Henkel AG
Germany

Kao Corporation
Japan

Kimberly-Clark Corporation
USA

Mattel
USA

SCA
Sweden

illycaffe
Italy

DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES

General Electric Company
USA

E-COMMERCE

eBay
USA

ELECTRONICS

Applied Materials
USA

Premier Farnell plc
UK

Rockwell Automation
USA

Schneider Electric
France

ENERGY AND UTILITES: NATURAL GAS

Encana Corporation
Canada

NiSource Inc
USA

Sempra Energy
USA

Spectra Energy Corp
USA

ENERGY AND UTILITIES: ELECTRIC

ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd
Switzerland

EDP Energias de Portugal
Portugal

ENMAX Corporation
Canada

National Grid

NextEra Energy
USA

ENERGY AND UTLITIES: WATER

Northumbrian Water Group
UK

ENERGY: OIL

Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
USA

ENGINEERING AND DESIGN

AECOM
USA

CH2M Hill
USA

Fluor Corporation
USA

Parsons Corporation
USA

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

The Nature Conservancy
USA

Waste Management
USA

FINANCIAL SERVICES

American Express
USA

NYSE Euronext

TSYS
USA

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
USA

Visa Inc.
USA

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

All Good Organics
New Zealand

Kellogg Company
USA

PepsiCo
USA

FOOD SERVICE

ARAMARK
USA

FORESTRY, PAPER AND PACKAGING

International Paper
USA

Stora Enso
Finland

Weyerhauser Company
USA

HEALTH AND BEAUTY

L’OREAL
France

Natura Cosmeticos
Brazil

Shiseido Company, Limited
Japan

HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Baptist Health South Florida
USA

Cleveland Clinic
USA

Hospital Corporation of America
USA

Novation
USA

Premier, Inc.
USA

Sharp HealthCare
USA

INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING

Atlas Copco AB
Sweden

Deere & Company
USA

Eaton Corporation
USA

Honeywell International Inc.
USA

Kennametal Inc.
USA

Milliken & Company
USA

The Timken Company
USA

INSURANCE: BROKERAGE

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
USA

INSURANCE: HEALTH

Aflac Inc.
USA

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
USA

Blue Shield of California
USA

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
USA

Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corporation
USA

INSURANCE: PROPERTY AND CASUALTY

CUNA Mutual Group
USA

Sompo Japan Insurance Inc.
Japan

The Progressive Group of Insurance Companies
USA

INSURANCE: REINSURANCE

Swiss Re
Switzerland

LEISURE AND HOSPITALITY

Holland America Line
USA

Marriott International, Inc.
USA

Seabourn
USA

The Rezidor Hotel Group
Germany

MEDIA

Thomson Reuters

Time Warner Inc
USA

MEDICAL DEVICES

Becton Dickinson
USA

Coloplast A/S
Denmark

Henry Schein
USA

METALS AND MINING

Alcoa
USA

Tata Steel Ltd
India

PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Concurrent Technologies Corporation
USA

Gemological Institute of America (GIA)
USA

Noblis
USA

REAL ESTATE

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc
USA

Realogy Corporation
USA

Unibail-Rodamco
France

RESTAURANTS AND CAFES

Starbucks Coffee Company
USA

RETAIL: FOOD STORES

SONAE
Portugal

Safeway Inc.
USA

The Co-operative Group
USA

Whole Foods Market, Inc.
USA

RETAIL: GENERAL

Marks and Spencer
USA

Target
USA

RETAIL: SPECIALTY

OfficeMax
USA

Petco Animal Supplies
USA

Ten Thousand Villages
USA

STAFFING SERVICES

ManpowerGroup
USA

Robert Half International
USA

TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT

Cisco Systems
USA

Juniper Networks
USA

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

Portugal Telecom
Portugal

SingTel
Singapore

T-Mobile USA
USA

TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS

Autoridad del Canal de Panama
Panama

Nippon Yusen Kaisha
Japan

UPS
USA

– See more at: http://ethisphere.com/worlds-most-ethical/wme-honorees/#sthash.bc7amido.dpuf

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