Category: EDL News Published on Tuesday, 16 October 2012 00:01 Written by Pyrus Hits: 2300
Wherever prejudice rears its ugly head decent people must be willing to stand up and speak out against it.
Whenever ignorance takes hold of the mob, whenever hatred triumphs over hope and mutual understanding, we must not be afraid to make up a meaningless label to lambast and insult those who we disagree with.
And so, as the fascists march on the Google headquarters in London, we must not be afraid to call them what they undoubtedly are – the public face of Googlephobia.
At last, the veil has been lifted on a subject that has been taboo for too many years. At last, innocent Googlers (and even the more controversial Googlists) will begin to believe that the tide has turned, and that finally ordinary people are ready to help fight the prejudice that they have grown used to facing every day.
Of course we accept that Google has serious problems. Who can forget the numerous terrorist attacks carried out in its name, the gender apartheid of its search results, or the frankly disgusting things it keeps doing to its logo?
And that’s before we even mention the unspeakable evils committed by those who dedicate their lives to the teaching of Youtube. Countless suicide bombers, extremist preachers beamed instantly to tens of thousands of schools across the country, and all of those annoying adverts you do your best to skip.
Googlephobia in action
But, of course, we must always make clear that the vast majority of those who follow the teachings of Google do so peacefully and with a great deal of respect for others (except of course for the Jews and those who insist on using Bing).
So what if Google’s own scriptures reveal that their prophet, Larry Page (CEO), is actually a vicious warlord who tortures, rapes and kills his enemies (if in fact he does exist)?
It’s about time we stood up to the hatemongers and made abundantly clear that Google is, and always will be, the Search Engine of Peace.
So let's fight prejudice, fight hatred, and fight Googlephobia.