Did Google Block “Barry Soetoro” Search Term?

(PaulWatson) – Screenshots obtained by a Prison Planet reader suggest that Google may have moved to de-list “Barry Soetoro” as a popular search term shortly after it rose to the top of the Google Trends charts after yesterday’s effort by radio talk show host Alex Jones to focus attention on Barack Obama’s real name.

The search term reached number one on Google Trends soon after Alex Jones began discussing the issue on his show yesterday and Prison Planet.com released an article on the same topic. However, within the space of about an hour, the term quickly slipped down the list of hot search terms and by the end of the day was gone completely. Continue reading

Video: President Obama’s real name “Barry Soetoro” tops Google Trends

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(AaronDykes) – Yet another search term announced during the Alex Jones Show, “Barry Soetoro” has topped Google Trends’ hot searches, and that means a boost to exposing important keys to President Obama’s true history. The #1 search trend corresponds with a visit to Austin, Texas today from President Barack Obama, a.k.a. Barry Soetoro.

This is yet another success for our active listeners which will help to expose the truth about the President’s deeply-buried past. It will further drive Internet readers to Paul Joseph Watson’s vital article, “Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama’s Political Dynasty Crashes And Burns” which exposes the desperate state of his failing administration, now posting the lowest approval rating for any president in history at this point in his term. Continue reading

In the Name of a General, his Son, a Spook & the Godmother of Neocons

Once upon a time there was an Afghani general named Abdul Rahim Wardak. He had studied in both US and Egyptian military schools before joining the army in Afghanistan. In the 1980s, a few years after he joined the army, he decided to defect Continue reading