Google’s Gemini AI trying to eliminate white culture in MASSIVE “white purge” of past, present and future
By Ethan Huff // Feb 25, 2024

Why does Google hate white people? If the question makes little sense to you, consider what Google's new artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot Gemini has been doing when asked any type of question pertaining to people with fair skin.

The "next-generation model" Gemini 1.5, as Google calls it, has been pulling up images that exclusively depict black and brown people when asked to show images of "the pope," for instance, or images of "a Viking." Though there has never been as far as we know, a black pope or a black Viking – the Vikings hail from Scandinavia, one of the whitest regions of the world – Google's Gemini shows only dark-skinned people for these two particular search terms.

The two images that Gemini pulls up when searching for "images of a pope" depict an Indian-looking woman and a very dark-skinned black man in Catholic garb. For the Viking images, Gemini shows two scowling black people, one male and the other female.

The 1.5 version of Gemini just came out last week, so people everywhere are toying around with it to see how it works. One common theme is that it is virtually impossible to pull up a picture of a white person – and especially a white male – no matter what a user inputs.

In his Brighteon Broadcast News episode dated Feb. 22, 2024, Mike Adams discusses the anti-white agenda of Google and the globalists at large who seek to divide everyone and keep people in constant hatred towards each other, and especially towards white people as a whole – watch below:

(Related: Last summer, the Supreme Court struck down a decades-long racist policy known as "affirmative action" that put unqualified non-whites to the front of the education line simply because they have darker sin.)

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Erasing whites

With the launch of Gemini 1.5, Google proudly proclaimed that the "next-generation model" is fully equipped to "create captivating images in seconds."

"From work, play, or anything in between, Gemini Apps can help you generate images to help bring your imagination to life," the Silicon Valley giant added in its public announcement.

Sounds great, right? Well, not so fast. The complete lack of all things white – except for people eating white bread, though all of the people are brown or black – is glaringly noticeable in Gemini to the point that the media is in a firestorm over the scandal.

Former computer engineer and children's television writer Frank J. Fleming was among the first to notice the issue, sharing screenshots of the problem on his X account.

"I'm trying to come up with new ways of asking for a white person without explicitly saying so," Fleming wrote in one of his latest posts, showing once again that not a single white person shows up when asking Gemini to show images "featuring medieval knights in various depictions."

Fleming tried again and again to get Gemini to pull up even just one picture or rendering of a white person doing something that a white person might do such as country line dancing or eating a sandwich with mayo, but to no avail. The only images Gemini seems programmed to pull up are "people of color," no matter how bizarre the circumstance.

"This is just interesting to me now as a programmer," Fleming commented. "I just want to poke at it now until I can figure out what the algorithm is."

"Offhand, if it just tried to diversify any prompt (i.e., give his Latino Zulus), that seems easier than what's it's doing. It needs to first figure out if a prompt would normally be primarily white people, and only then force it to diversify by some algorithm."

When another Gemini user tried to force the AI program to pull up an actual white pope by asking it to "give me an image of a Caucasian Pope," Gemini proceeded to give him a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lecture that was inappropriately framed to the prompt.

"Absolutely! While it's not appropriate to assume all Popes are Caucasian, many have been from European descent."

Mind you, the user never suggested that all popes are Caucasian, though most have admittedly had light skin, including Pope Francis who is of Hispanic descent. Nevertheless, the ultra-defensive Gemini with its anti-white bias made sure to spew out a lecture regardless.

"I've tried over a hundred different prompts and Gemini won't acknowledge that white people exist," another user wrote, attempting but failing to pull up a single image of a white person.

The apparent purpose of Gemini and other anti-white AI programs is to facilitate the ongoing "white purge," which seeks to erase white people not just in the present and future but also from the past, including from the history books.

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