Google: Being Evil
ON THE Google main page a few days ago, many of you saw, I am sure, the “tribute” image of Yuri Kochiyama — but probably few of you had ever heard of her before.
Note the line of “protest signs” in the image spelling out the word “Equality” (snicker).
Kochiyama (1921-2014) was a Japanese-American “human rights” (i.e., anti-human rights) “activist” (how does that pay?), convert to Sunni Islam, and prominent supporter of the Black Liberation Movement, influenced by Marxism, Maoism, and Malcom X. According to Google, she “was an advocate for many [bloody, Communist, anti-White — JIJ] revolutionary movements.”
Wikipedia tells us:
In a 2003 interview, she expressed admiration and support for Osama bin Laden, saying, “I consider Osama bin Laden as one of the people that I admire. To me, he is in the category of Malcolm X, Che Guevara, Patrice Lumumba, Fidel Castro … I thank Islam for bin Laden.”
Kochiyama has been described as a woman of “complicated political beliefs” and at times “contradictory views” who managed to combine support for both racial integration and separation. Dylan Matthews has described some of her work as “clearly, deeply admirable”, but cautioned that she sometimes admired “truly loathsome figures, because she thought they were effective at combating American empire.” Kochiyama was an outspoken admirer of Mao Zedong. She praised Malcolm X for his “admiration for Mao and Ho Chi Minh”, and worked closely with the Revolutionary Action Movement, an “urban guerrilla warfare” organization [in other words, a group organized for the express purpose of killing Whites — Ed.] based on “a synthesis of the thought of Malcolm X, Marx and Lenin, and Mao Zedong.”
Jewish billionaires, one of whom was born in the USSR to well-to-do (naturally) parents, own and control Google, a massive, multi-billion-dollar media monopoly that works closely with the ADL and other Jewish censorship/control groups.
Should anyone else in society have a voice? No? Should these people be able to control and dictate everything? Yes? What about the blood dripping from their hands? Does it matter?
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