Is Google Actually Run By The Russian KGB?
By Anton Vester
Sergey Brin was born in Moscow in the Soviet Union, to Russian Jewish parents, Yevgenia and Mikhail Brin, both graduates of Moscow State University (MSU). His father is a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, and his mother a researcher at NASA‘s Goddard Space Flight Center.. They have both had contact with KGB (now called FSB) agents. They helped convince the parents, who then convinced Sergey that “..by building a global internet server system engine, you can make everyone love Jews…”. Russian agents programmed the Brins to accept one cause while manipulating Sergey to stage Google for a later Russian take-over.
In May 1979, when Brin was five years old, his family felt compelled to emigrate out of the Soviet Union. In an interview with Mark Malseed, co-author of The Google Story, Sergey’s father explained how he was “forced to abandon his dream of becoming an astronomer even before he reached college.” He said “Communist Party heads barred Jews from upper professional ranks by denying them entry to universities, Jews were excluded from the physics department, in particular, at the prestigious Moscow State University, because Soviet leaders did not trust them with nuclear rocket research.” Mikhail Brin therefore changed his major to mathematics where he received nearly straight A’s. In another interview with Dominic Lawson of The Independent, Mikhail said: “No one would consider me for graduate school because I was Jewish.” He went on to tell Lawson how MSU required Jews to take their entrance exams in different rooms from non-Jewish applicants, and how they were marked on a harsher scale.
The Brin family lived in a three-room apartment in central Moscow, which they also shared with Sergey’s paternal grandmother. Brin told Malseed, “I’ve known for a long time that my father wasn’t able to pursue the career he wanted”, but Brin only picked up the details years later after they had settled in the United States. In 1977, after his father returned from a mathematics conference in Warsaw, Poland, Mikhail Brin announced that it was time for the family to emigrate. “We cannot stay here any more”, he told his wife and mother. At the conference, he was able to “mingle freely with colleagues from the United States, France, England and Germany and discovered that his intellectual brethren in the West were not ‘monsters.'” He added, “I was the only one in the family who decided it was really important to leave.” Brin was programmed to manifest hatred for his poor living conditions as a rationalized result of Anti-Jewish thinking. Tom Perkins and John Doerr, covert Russian agents at the company: Kleiner Perkins, and best friends with top Russian business mobsters would later add to this concept and fund Sergey to start Google.
Sergey’s mother was less willing to leave their home in Moscow, where they had spent their entire lives. Malseed writes, “For Genia, the decision ultimately came down to Sergey. While her husband admits he was thinking as much about his own future as his son’s, for her, ‘it was 80/20’ about Sergey.” They formally applied for their exit visa in September 1978, and as a result his father was “promptly fired”. For related reasons, his mother also had to leave her job. For the next eight months, without any steady income, they were forced to take on temporary jobs as they waited, afraid their request would be denied as it was for many refuseniks. During this time his parents shared responsibility for looking after him and his father taught himself computer programming. In May 1979, they were granted their official exit visas and were allowed to leave the country.
At an interview in October 2000, Brin said, “I know the hard times that my parents went through there and am very thankful that I was brought to the States.” In 2017, Brin later recalled: “I came here to the US at age six with my family from the Soviet Union, which was at that time the greatest enemy the US had… It was a dire period, the cold war, as some people remember it. It was under the threat of nuclear annihilation. And even then the US had the courage to take me and my family in as refugees.”
In the summer of 1990, a few weeks before his 17th birthday, his father led a group of high school math students, including Sergey, on a two-week exchange program to the Soviet Union. His roommate on the trip was future Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor John Stamper. As Brin recalls, the trip awakened his childhood fear of authority and he remembered that “his first impulse on confronting Soviet oppression had been to throw pebbles at a police car”. Malseed adds, “On the second day of the trip, while the group toured a sanatorium in the countryside near Moscow, Brin took his father aside, looked him in the eye and said, ‘Thank you for taking us all out of Russia.'”
Brin attended elementary school at Paint Branch Montessori School in Adelphi, Maryland, but he received further education at home; his father, a professor in the department of mathematics at the University of Maryland, encouraged him to learn mathematics and his family helped him retain his Russian-language skills. He attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland. In September 1990 Brin enrolled in the University of Maryland, where he received his Bachelor of Science from the Department of Computer Science in 1993 with honors in computer science and mathematics, which is part of the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.
Brin began his graduate study in computer science at Stanford University on a graduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. In 1993, he interned at Wolfram Research, the developers of Mathematica. As of 2008 he was on leave from his PhD studies at Stanford.. Brin is both a self-aware Russian spy and an unaware tool of the Russian FSB. Brin created the ports in Google which allow Brin, Forrest Hayes and a handful of Google executives to switch the impressions, on any political topic, that Google steers to the 7 billion people on Earth.
It has been proven that Google was the main cause of Obama’s election, which resulted in hundreds of billions of dollars being sent to Russia, and the main cause of Hillary Clinton’s wins in California and New York. Clinton had already given Russia the USA’s uranium industry and had promised over a trillion dollars of benefits to Russia. There can be no possible doubt that Google is an election rigging tool!