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The right arm of the deep state and European aristocracy made Google a monster

In 1995 Larry Page and Sergey Brin met at Stanford University and designed the BackRub search engine, a Google predecessor. In August 1998, German investor Andreas von Bechtolsheim wrote them a check for 100.000 US dollars after a ten-minute presentation. A short time later von Bechtolsheim hooked them up with his friends and millions of dollars of investor money. Who is this man? He comes from Germany and his family Bechtolsheim belongs to a very old German aristocratic line that goes back to the 13th century and served the leading Guelph families who controlled the British throne and the associated Empire from 1714 onwards.

Andreas’ ancestor from the older family line, Philipp Ludwig Wilhelm (1666-1739), was still in the Hanau service as chief hunter. Hanau was then divided between the counties of Hesse-Kassel and Hesse-Darmstadt that were closely related to the British monarchs and the Russian tsars. Philipp’s son Friedrich Ludwig (1699-1744) entered ducal Saxon-Gothaic services; he died in Gotha as Hochfürstlich Sachsen-Gothaischer Oberberschenk. The House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha continued the British throne after the Hanoverian era. Johann Ludwig (1739-1806), one of the sons of Friedrich Ludwig, became the ducal Saxon-Weimar secret council, chancellor of the state government in Eisenach and Konsistorial president.

Andreas, the computer scientist and later financier of the Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, received a so-called Fulbright scholarship for the USA, which goes back to the initiative of the US senator James William Fulbright, who had studied in Great Britain with a Rhodes scholarship before the Second World War. The Rhodes Scholars were a tool of the British-Welphic Empire. Fulbright had studied with his Rhodes scholarship at Oxford’s elite British university and in 1948 he was president of the American Committee for a United Europe, a kind of front organization of the CIA to create a European Union, with funds from the Ford Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. In 2019 German Chancellor Angela Merkel received the J. William Fulbright Prize for International Understanding.

Andreas von Bechtolsheim and his fellow students and investors created the computer company SUN. He put Page and Brin from Google in touch with venture capitalist John Doerr, an influential American venture capital manager at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in Menlo Park, based in Silicon Valley, California. There he works with Al Gore and Colin Powell, among others. Doerr financed the who’s who of the Internet such as Compaq, Netscape, Symantec, Sun, amazon, etc.

Sergey Brin, one of Google’s developers, is the son of Soviet Jews from the higher levels of USSR research circles and one of the early important investors in the Tesla car company. Larry Page is also Jewish. In addition to the important donation from Bechtolsheim, they borrowed another $1 million from friends and family members. Then the big investor money came through Doerr and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Capital.

Although Google and Youtube are regarded as left-progressive and we see moves against right-wing conservative and right-wing extremist media, the important Google investor Kleiner Perkins seems anything but left-wing, but like a front organization of the Anglo-American Empire. Von Bechtolsheim, whose family always served under the Guelphs, spotted the yound talents and referred them to the lower managers of the empire. Formally Brin and Page are billionaires. But do they really control that money and the company?

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