More Google: Holiday Logos
Since 1999, when Google first took its search engine online, it has never dressed the logo for Memorial Day.
Another Memorial Day, Another Google Yawn
That article shows that Google has an emphatic left-wing bias. [It doesn't mention that since 2004 Google has been celebrating the Iranian ("Persian") New Year.]
Google shows conservative women in bikinis - TECH.BLORGE.com
These are insulting photoshopped pics of popular conservative talkers like Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin. The images do not automatically appear because of the large number of pages that Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin have. Ayn Rand has more pages than Malkin, but no images. These Conservative columnists are clearly hated by somebody at Google, and I'm not talking about the janitor.
So why am I critical of Google for their silence on Memorial Day when my own Memorial Day posts are clearly anti-war, even going so far as to say "They Died In Vain," and that Jesus wouldn't celebrate Memorial Day?
Because Google won't come right out and admit they don't like war, and use their influence to bring peace.
Obviously Google doesn't want people remembering Memorial Day. Is it because they don't like war, or is it because they don't want the U.S. to win? Maybe they'd just rather have "the Persians" win.
Google is typical of the "mainstream media": they want to appear to be "neutral" and "objective," but they really have a left-of-center, pro-State bias. Even left-of-center anti-war activists are generally pro-State. Sometimes they're against Bush's wars, but not Clinton's wars. Many would like to see the U.S. lose.
I'd rather see the U.S. repent than be destroyed by war.
I used to assume that Google was a neutral computer-driven search engine that picked up everything on the Internet just because it was there, and I could be assured that if I didn't find it on Google, it didn't exist. Now I believe that human beings at Google spin the results to promote an ideology.
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