Google’s 9/11 tribute is PATHETIC — and look how they honored a terror sympathizer

Google is bound to have pissed off millions today with their practically non-existent acknowledgement of the events that occurred on September 11th, 2001.

Take a look at the Google homepage below, and tell me if you can even tell what they’re trying to commemorate:

A black ribbon? Not an image of the twin towers, the police and firefighters who saved countless lives that day or even the American flag?

It’s weak, to say the least — and perhaps even sinister in light of how they honor literally anything or anyone else. Let’s look through a few examples, shall we?

Here they’re honoring Yuri Kochiyama on her 95th birthday; she was a Maoist who said in 2003 that “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. America’s greed, aggressiveness, and self-righteous arrogance must be stopped. War and weaponry must be abolished.”

Now compare the tribute one of Osama’s sympathizers received against those he killed:


The Muslim philosopher Averroes also got a colorful tribute — on his 888th birthday.


Heck, even some dancer from Bharatnatyam that I can guarantee that 99.9% of the population has never heard of got more recognition from Google on her 112th birthday than the victims of the 9/11 attacks.



Meanwhile, over at Bing …

Not a good look for a company’s with the unofficial slogan “don’t be evil.”

[Note: This post was written by Matt Palumbo. He is a co-author of the new book A Paradoxical Alliance: Islam and the Left, and can be found on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]



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