Sunday, March 23, 2008

Google Strikes Again. Shows Their Stripes

When I woke this morning I was excited to see my children’s faces as they saw what the Easter Bunny left them. I was also excited to see what cool graphic Google would have for this Easter… Then I remembered, Google hates Christians.

They are never at a loss for Earth Day, European Holidays and a range of causes non-Christian Holidays, but Easter? Nope (See a screen shot from today).

I will give them this; Google does do something for Christmas, but then again they make a lot of money at Christmas.

Maybe we should all Google the phrase “Why does Google hate Christians” and get it on the top of Google Trends today?

BTW, and I am sure this is just a coincidence, Google and their employees tend to donate exclusively to liberal candidates, by the millions. I am sure the contempt for Christianity and the love of liberals is just a coincidence. I am sure it is.
Where is the cute Easter Graphic?


Anonymous said...

Oh come on, Google once made an entire flash game to celebrate Easter. Just because they don't change their logo doesn't mean you can claim they're anti-Christian.

The Squeaky Wheel said...

This is not the first time they have done this.

They seem to celebrate every other religion and causes. It is not like Easter is some minor event in Christianity. it is sort of the main event, you know, the whole rising from the dead thing...

So why did they not use that Easter graphic today?

Anonymous said...

For the last couple years it's been Google's policy to avoid all religious holidays, so I guess they're anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim as well. The only exception seems to be a Christmas themed "Season's Greetings" logo each year.

Here's all the special Google logos they've ever done, you try and find another religion they've shown a preference to.

The Squeaky Wheel said...

Yes, for the past couple of years, although they did an Easter graphic in 2000 and 2001. They have never missed an Earth Day (A politically motivated event that is now about policies more than anything) and it was not until 2007 until they were bothered to recognize Veteran’s day. I am sure that annoyed some of the recipients of their donations.

Don Bistrow said...

It's also interesting that Google will change the GOOGLE logo to
reflect Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, Leap Year, St. Patrick's Day, 1st Day of Spring, but click the Google logo and see that it has not changed to recognize Easter.

Maybe they will celebrate Islamofascist Jihad Day depicting the beheading of a Christian. Indeed!

Liberally Conservative

Anonymous said...

I agree with the original post and find it interesting that they are today celebrating hot air balloons but on Easter there was absolutely nothing. I wish I knew how to contact them about this.