On August 4, 2016, typing Jewarchy into Google yielded 3,840 hits, while Microsoft’s Bing search engine coughed up 1,100. On January 5, 2020, Bing displayed 1,280 hits, suggesting a very gradual increase. Google, on the other hand, spat out just 291 hits.
That suggests that my Jewarchy campaign is an utter failure. At this rate, the search engine rankings will soon be in the negative digits. Perhaps my laptop will melt, and I’ll simply vanish.
Yet negative data can be surprisingly educational.
What does the astonishing lack of interest in my campaign say about the “antisemitism” the Jews claim is rapidly increasing in America? Where is it?
In the meantime, I’m running for Governor a second time, and I have some special weapons that may make my second run a surprise.
Which isn’t to say I’ll get elected. The Jews that control the United States would probably never allow me to get more than 1% of the vote. And if I got 20%, the Jew-controlled media would tell the public I just got .5% of the vote. For all I know, that could be what happened in 2016.
But it really isn’t about me. It’s about Jewarchy. And if brain-dead citizens still refuse to open their eyes, at least those of us who have happened our eyes will have the satisfaction of watching a lot of stupid people flush themselves down the corporate toilet.
Just remember to flush twice; it’s a long ways to Israel.
(The article I originally published on this page about four years ago appears below.)
If you think the Jewarchy campaign is a lost cause, guess again. Though success isn’t guaranteed, the popularity of Jewarchy and its derivatives on the Internet has increased dramatically over a period of approximately one year, and the growth will probably be far more explosive after the Voters Pamphlet is published in mid-June 2016.
The table below lists search results for Jewarchy and some derivatives for some of the biggest search engines on June 12, 2016. The search engines Ask, WebCrawler, MyWebSearch, Infospace, Info, DuckDuckGo, Contenko, Dogpile, Alhea and ixQuick aren’t included because they don’t indicate the number of hits for a given term.
Note that the results for some terms are very consistent between Yahoo, Aol, Wow and, in some cases, Yahoo. Wild irregularities can be due to the whims of various search engines, along with “censorship.” For example, the first column indicates results with Google’s SafeSearch feature enabled. Google results can also fluctuate wildly from one day to the next.
|June 12, 2016|
|BDSL + Israel||49,600||5,340||1,870,000||49||1,000||12,000||12,000|
|August 4, 2016|
|BDSL + Israel||58,400||1,790,000||87,600||1,000||1,790,000||1,790,000|
The press my campaign received nicely illustrates Jewish control of the media. Feature articles about my campaign didn’t begin appearing until August 2 — the last day of the campaign. Suddenly, my rankings in Google exploded, going as high as 3,840. But it didn’t last long. By August 7, Google hits for “Jewarchy” plummeted to 2,900, almost to the same level I was at in early June.
Nevertheless, I managed to put Jewarchy on the map.
The table below features a number of related terms, including a variety of epithets. Note the explosive growth of Jewarchy and its derivatives. However, the word Jewarchy is featured on few prominent sites other than Jewarchy.com. There is currently very little discussion, unless search engines are simply censoring discussions.
|BDS + Israel||7,880,000||9,830,000||1,250,000||1,540,000|
|BDSL + Israel||103,000||53,400||23,300||1,870,000|
|Jew World Order||7,230,000||134,000||37,000||11,700,000|
|Jewish American princess||12,000,000||134,000||60,800||140,000|