Word Games: Psychosis On Google

Someone brought this to my attention. When you type in 'psychosis' this is what comes up in Google (Canada):

Psychosis is a term used to describe when people lose some contact with reality. Common symptoms of psychosis are hearing voices or having strong beliefs that are not shared by people within your community. For example, you may be worried that the government is trying to harm you and your loved ones.

Right. Because the government never harmed people or its citizens. We only have endless wars, gulags, concentration camps, medical experiments and many other examples of the state harming or murdering its citizens. It's paranoid, apparently, to voice these facts and the reality of human nature. 

I did a quick search with other search engines and this is what the results revealed:

Brave: The word psychosis is used to describe conditions, such as schizophrenia, in which people have trouble distinguishing between what is real and what is not.​

Bing: Defaults to Wiki. 

More standard definitions.

I don't know what's going on in Canada but none of it is good.

It seems to be devolving into a eugenic-like comatose through its MAIDS policies and move to attach medical autonomy to a psychiatric condition.

Nasty, nasty stuff.

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