CALL TO ACTION – #MarchOnGoogle Goolag Nationwide Free Speech Protests Against Censorship

CALL TO ACTION – #MarchOnGoogle Goolag Nationwide Free Speech Protests Against Censorship by Susan Duclos – All News Pipeline

As many are aware, Google has declared war against Independent Media, censoring any opinion that does not fit their preferred narrative, in their search results, blocking and/or restricting and demonetizing video content on their YouTube platform, creating AI programs to label any comments online that opposes their ideology as “toxic, and their most recent scandal, firing an employee who wrote a memo questioning their dominant narrative, thereby proving the author’s thesis that Google is all about group-think.


As ANP readers know, we do not put out many calls to action, but a new initiative launched by Jack Posobiec called #MarchOnGooglehas been started, explained over at a new website aptly named “It’s time to #MarchOnGoogle,” where in their initial post, they explain the following:

Google is a monopoly, and its abusing its power to silence dissent and manipulate election results.

Their company YouTube is censoring and silencing dissenting voices by creating “ghettos” for videos questioning the dominant narrative.

We will thus be Marching on Google!

People across the country will be protesting in front of the offices of every Google office.

Protesters may also be exercising their free speech rights, which Google does not respect, by protesting in front of the homes of Google’s executive team.


In subsequent posts, they announced the date, which will be Saturday, August 19, 2017, along with the first nine locations from 1-3pm local time, which are:

Mountain View – 1500 Charleston Rd, Mountain View, CA 94043 from
New York City – 111 8th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Washington DC – 25 Massachusetts Ave NW #900, Washington, DC 20001
Austin – 9606 North Mopac Expressway, Austin, TX 78759
Boston – 355 Main St, Cambridge, MA 02142
Atlanta- 10 10th Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Los Angeles: 340 Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90291
Pittsburgh – 6425 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Seattle- 777 6th Street South, Kirkland, WA

If those interested in speaking up and out against Google Goolag are not close to those areas, they are encouraged to find a locationnear them, found at this Google Maps Link,  and protest at a location nearest to them.

For those that cannot attend, whether no location is within traveling distance, work, whatever the reason, you can still help by getting the word out!

While the MSM covers any “protest” that fits their general liberally biased narrative while ignoring any they do not approve of, getting word out about a new initiative will happen by word of mouth, sharing in emails and comments, video creators highlighting this planned nationwide #MarchOnGoogle Goolag protest, and website owners willing to highlight the event, so we all have to do our part if this is to be covered.

They have also started a Google Meme Contest, stating “Post your BEST Google Memes to the hashtag #MarchOnGoogle – the winner will be announced with a special prize on the day of the march!,” along with the following graphic to start everyone off:


For those that can attend the scheduled locations, or a location near you, take pictures, video, brings friends, make signs, and send them on over and we at ANP will publish them.

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