Big Tech’s Progression from Anti-Trump Sentiment to War Crimes during the Pandemic and Beyond

Since 2016, Big Tech has defined itself as anti-Trump. Trump is anything but a Nazi sympathizer; therefore, Big Tech chose the Nazi side.

Big Tech has committed, and continues to commit, crimes against humanity, including denying access to lifesaving COVID-19 treatments, enforcing lockdowns and vaccination mandates, and inducing psychiatric disorders in children.

Adding insult to injury, its representatives frequently claim that their censorship and other actions disrupting user communications are largely aimed at preventing Holocaust denial, as they repeatedly say in NetChoice v. Paxton as Texas Attorney General. It is essential to recognize that these huge corporations align themselves with the trivialization, denial, and justification of the Holocaust.

Examples of Big Tech’s Nazi Inclinations

Big Tech’s first foray into political action outside its industrial interests occurred in late January 2017, following President Trump’s travel ban (Executive Order 13769). Big Tech companies sided with the governments of seven foreign countries targeted by this ban, including the Holocaust-denying government of Iran (not sure about Syria), against President Trump.

Since Trump’s victory, Big Tech has preferred the UN and UN-centered global governance. It is worth noting that the UN was headed by Nazi war criminal Kurt Waldheim for 10 years, from 1972 to 1981. This shift in allegiance proved deadly during the pandemic when Big Tech favored the incompetent and corrupt medical opinions of the WHO over the guidance provided by President Trump.

Big Tech has joined the new racism, justifying unlimited persecution against white people. Google has been funding and promoting the New York Times even after it defended the hateful posts and genocidal ideas of its new hire, Sarah Jeong. Sarah Jeong had written: “it’s kind of sick how much joy I get out of being cruel to old white men”, “You[the White people]’ll all go extinct soon. This was my plan all along.”, “Are white people genetically predisposed to burn faster in the sun, thus logically being only fit to live underground like groveling goblins” (no question mark), “Dumbss fcking white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs pissing on fire hydrants”, “white men are bullsh*t”, “you can’t be racist to white people”, and used hashtag #CancelWhitePeople. (Fox, CTH, The Federalist)

Big Tech shifted from serving customers to exerting control over them, with support—and under pressure—from Democratic Party officials and foreign governments. It also discovered that it was good for businesses to hold deprived users and an unpaid workforce captive. The Wuhan coronavirus gave it an opportunity to strengthen its hold. This situation remains, although Elon Musk disassociated Twitter from the rest of Big Tech. Unfortunately, Twitter is relatively small. Its market cap is less than 2% of Google’s market cap.

Causes of Big Tech’s Anti-Trump Animus

Since 2016, Big Tech has defined itself as anti-Trump. Trump is pro-Jewish, pro-Israel, and anything but a Nazi sympathizer; therefore, Big Tech chose the Nazi side. When the world was hit with the Wuhan coronavirus, Big Tech also implemented Nazi practices.

The Big Tech’s insurrection of late January to early February 2017 had nothing to do with its immigration interests, which were unaffected by the travel restrictions imposed on Yemen, Sudan, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, and Syria. Furthermore, the travel ban only applied to visitors from those countries, while green card holders anywhere and H1B visa employees already in the US were not affected. Claims about refugees are laughable, as the affected countries concerned are more than 5,000 miles away and the US has no direct flights from any of them.

The actual reason behind Big Tech’s opposition was that it and the Democratic administration became linked at the hip. Obamanet / net neutrality allowed Big Tech to take a free ride on the Internet infrastructure and benefit from more than $150 billion annually in the Internet fees paid by customers. Worse still, Obama-era net neutrality deprived the citizens of their First Amendment rights, which Big Tech now claims for itself. The Trump administration aimed to undo this Obamination.

The Obama DOJ’s non-enforcement of copyright for text-based content on Google and Microsoft Bing was another boon for Big Tech, including non-Google social media platforms. Social media winners were selected by the Obama administration, and their ties to Al Gore seem to have played a role in this selection.

Big Tech expanded globally, and with most of its income coming from abroad, it became dependent on foreign governments. Many of these governments resented Trump for various reasons, from his views on the international trade to his support for Israel. Big Tech chose the low road again.


When the pandemic began, Big Tech aided Democratic governors in enforcing their insane lockdowns by disrupting protests on its platforms and removing criticism and information about effective treatments, such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Big Tech also encouraged governors to implement lockdowns. Effectively, they detained the population of many states.

A similar situation arose regarding COVID-19 vaccinations. Democratic officials, together with Big Tech, forced vaccinations on people without their informed consent. Big Tech removed negative data about the vaccines and information about alternatives.

2023-10-01 update: My letter to BigTech lawyers about Google nazi propensities

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