Cancelled By DuckDuckGoogle

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26 Responses to Cancelled By DuckDuckGoogle

  1. GreyGeek says:

    Google and its surrogates think they are the only game in town.
    There are other search engines:

    Not all alternatives are good. Do you due diligence.

    • Ed Price says:

      I don’t think duckduckgo is using google.

      Searched for clinton’s hits in ddg and google chrome brings up different results.
      DDG shows the hits – chrome attributes them to wiki’s supposed hits.
      A second search again refused and instead searched george clinton’s hits! Whoever he is.

  2. JB says:

    This is why I ditched Duck Duck Go months ago in favor of Brave.

  3. Susan says:

    Removed DucDuc last night when it was reported and I tried another site. Switched all 3 of my browsers to ResultsHunter dot com….

  4. Ringandpinion says:

    Duckduckgo is just Google with supposedly more Privacy. It takes only a moment to find the information that the search results will be identical to Google. Sadly, if you go to one of the truly independent search engines, their algos haven’t had the time and use to build a database anywhere comparable to Google, so you often have to resort to the evil Google. Much the same with Amazon, you can try to buy elsewhere but sometimes there is no choice. I think the best effort is in just trying to use these scumbags as little as possible, if you drive, you have to use the guvmint’s roads.

  5. Susan says:

    Removed DucDuc from all 3 browsers last night after it was reported on another site that DucDuc has gone full socialist control of info & not showing the actual websites… Switched all 3 of my browsers to ResultHunter com.

  6. Robert Rust says:

    By revealing the facts, Tony exposes those who are opposed to the truth and suppress it to benefit their agenda. The parasite is all around, running its modern civilization business.

  7. Anon says:


    Try that exact same search in Yandex. (You are #1 !!!) It looks like I will be dropping DDG now and be experimenting with Yandex.

    If I think is a viable option I will let you all know here in a week or so.

  8. Jeff L. says:

    Early browsers would automatically take you to .com. This was back when Alta Vista was a new thing and Google was nothing. I kinda liked the fact that I could just type “jsl” into my URL bar and it would take me to my site.

    Now I guess we’ve done a complete 180 where you get a list of other sites that aren’t close matches while Tony’s site isn’t even shown as an option.

    • Conrad Ziefle says:

      Then Google promised businesses that they could buy their way to the front of the search engine, rather than the logical first choice by the searcher to be first. I used to travel a lot and more often than not when I searched for a hotel webpage, even though I put the exact name of the hotel in, I would get Travelocity,, TripAdvisor, and then maybe on the next page the actual hotel website.
      They are not search engines, they are advertisement managers, and thought police.

  9. Nelson says:

    I wondered what happened. I use DDG and a while back I noticed that your website didn’t show up. I find the censorship by DDG appalling. I will not longer use it as a search engine.

  10. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Yeah, there is a total bias with most of the others. I jumped to ResultsHunter based on the recommendations of others here. Still it is a hassle and difficult for most people to find. Rumble, etc. need to have an integrated agnostic search engine that drops right in with one click. The only way to beat these jerks is better, faster, easier, more turthful and more fun.

  11. nick says:

    They know that the public will recoil from the companies pushed by the NWO, so they have the ‘alternative’ lined up ready in the wings.

    • arn says:

      When east Germany was crumbling their commie government created fake opposition parties following Lenins principle ” the best way yo control the opposition is to be the opposition ”

      A leading part in one of those parties was Angela Merkel.
      Before that she was order… befriended by pure coincidence with the son of GDR’s public enemy no .1

      • Russ Wood says:

        In Sir Terry Pratchett’s books, the dictator (Patrician) of the fictional city of Ankh-Morpork is musing on how he has the city organised. There are even many opposition parties – after all, hadn’t he formed most of them himself? And look at how they rebelled and split so soon after their formation!

  12. Steve says:

    Very interesting. I checked two controversial subjects, Tony’s Real Climate Science and the Khazarian Mafia, on a bunch of search engines:
    Objective on both Tony and KM: Yandex, resulthunter, brave
    Up on Tony, down on KM: startpage, google
    Down on Tony, up on KM: Qwant, DDG, swisscows
    No engine failed on both.

  13. Steve says:

    Ducking the truth sure seems to be all the rage these days.

  14. nobler says:

    I’m looking forward to using gabit, gabgabgo, gabsearch, or whatever Mr Torba wishes to call it.

  15. Cheshire Red says:

    Straight-up discrimination. Ought to be illegal to ban sites that aren’t proscribed, with a escalating fine payable to the site for every day its hidden.

    Should be entirely the viewers choice about what to search for and visit etc. Nothing to do with the search engine.

    That’s the ideal. Back in the real world we see corruption is all around us.

  16. Daniel Smeal says:

    Another example of truth censorship and the communistic/nazi-istic nature of the New World Order conglomerate. Meanwhile, the corrupt media, politicians, big pharma, etc. get away with cheating, lying and screwing over the citizens. Unfortunately, I’ve pretty much lost faith and trust in almost everyone. I’m hoping I can still rely on Google Scholar when I’m searching for the facts but I’m thinking even that could be suspect.

  17. Disillusioned says:

    Well, that is disappointing. I keep having to change things in my life to keep my distance from the clown show.

    – Next month I plan on changing away from cell carrier Tnobile because on April 2 the company plans to fire corporate employees who refuse to get the brave new world jabs. I am considering patriot mobile and puretalk.

    – I never cancelled my FB account. I just walked away and quit participating 10 years ago, as if I had died. I guess I can cancel that account. But I just refuse for them to know anything new about me. I never joined tweeter.

    – The company I work for never required the face diapers or the jabs (although it was all recommended, and the majority of the sheeple got the jabs and some still wear the silly muzzles). About three months ago after somebody got a positive test, the boss texted and said don’t come in Monday without showing you got a negative test. So, I simply didn’t show up for two weeks. Instead, I arranged my work schedule so that I was booked out in the field over the next two weeks, and I handled all office work on the computer at my home office and communicated with staff by phone, text and email when necessary. For a couple months, several people were getting repeated positive tests and were forced to work from home for a week – again and again over time – whether symptomatic or asymptomatic. The whole thing is a scam.

    Personally, I love not coming into the office. I can effectively do +95% of my work without coming into the building, and am almost always more productive when I am not there. Thankfully, most of my work is in the field and I can do almost all office work from my home office laptop, and thankfully they have gotten used to me working remotely.

    – I never have taken one of the brain swabs up my nose, even when I took a week off for the flu. When I came back to work, some asked me if I had Cvd. I said I had flu symptoms (headache, fever for 4 days, runny nose and sinus congestion), that I didn’t go to a doctor because was in bed sick – exactly where one should be when they have the flu. I had the widely denigrated IVMCTN on hand, and I took it immediately with the first signs. I called a remote frontline doctor several days after the fever ended, only because my sinus drainage had turned into a sinus infection. He wrote a prescription for azythromycin and that was mailed to me. All through the last two years of tyranny I never submitted to any of the fake testing methods designed to amp up the numbers. And I stayed away from all doctors’ offices (last visit was late January 2020, right before the insanity began).

    Now, I have to change away from my default search engine on my spy phone and my laptops. Oh well. I guess it will be Yandex, resultshunter or brave (thanks Steve). I will have to check into that when I have free time, and make a decision.

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