Even the most simple minded, trustful, establishment indoctrinated individual would have to realize that an agenda is in motion. Are there actually people that want this device that records every word uttered and that is also seemingly able to transmit their information, even your private information, in their home in the first place?
Are the new televisions and dishwashers that record your activities not enough? Along with all the “smart meters,” that actually resemble a serpent when you look close enough, cellular phones, and computers that are also in fact data mining one would think people would desire a bit more privacy.
At one time the name Jesus, or Christ, which translates to light, was one of the most well revered names ever, and now the all knowing oracle people wrongly think that is Google, does not seem to recognize one of the most prominent nomenclatures of all time? This certainly makes no sense, unless of course one knows the disastrous direction we are quickly moving towards if the majority of the populace remains listless and unawares.
The historical Jesus was also known as the Prince of Peace, maybe there are those that do not want peace. I of course am not one of them.
So if a message of love and peace is not sought after, than it is just erased, and we receive the alternatives because that is all that will be known.
Google Home knows Muhammad & Buddha, but not God or Jesus
Article By~Andrew Cheetham
‘Internet users are posting videos that show Google products refusing to answer questions about Christian figures, when the same products have no problem answering similar question about other religions and deities.#In a Facebook live video uploaded Wednesday, television producer and author David Sams asked his Google Home personal assistant a simple question: “Who is Jesus?”
“Sorry, I don’t know how to help with that yet,” the smart audio assistant replied.
Sams then asked the same question about God, and received a similar answer.
“Sorry, I can’t help with that yet,” Google Home answered.
Sams said although Google Home “does not want to acknowledge Jesus,” he is able to offer answers about other religions.
When asked about Buddha and Muhammad, Google Home quickly read the opening sentence from each of their Wikipedia pages.
The audio assistant was even able to give a lengthy answer when Sams asked about his own name.
“So, my question is, is there somebody at Google that has something against Jesus, something against God? Is this a corporate mandate of some sort?” Sams asked.
Then, Sams asked Amazon’s Alexa “who is Jesus,” and the voice-controlled speaker immediately replied with the opening sentence from the Wikipedia page on Jesus.
“Amazon is Jesus friendly, Google, not so much,” Sams concluded.’