May 6, 2013, - 12:41 pm
As I always say, Jews are the Jews’ worst enemy and the jihadists’ best friend. And, so, it figures that a company founded and headed up by Jews–Sergey Brin and David Page (whose mother, Gloria Page, is Jewish)–would be the first major Internet resource/tool to recognize the HAMAS/PLO terrorist state and give it cover and legitimacy it doesn’t deserve. Maybe if Brin’s and Page’s family members were blown up at coffee shops, bars, pizza joints, and Passover dinners at hotels, they’d have some decency or at least common sense knocked into them. Alas, they are dhimmi-billionaires for whom politically correct ignorance is bliss. And, if Google were really interested in accuracy, it would read “Google HAMASastan – Get Blown Up Here.” It gives real meaning to the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button on Google’s search engine. You gotta feel really lucky to enter that place.
Google has swapped in the word “Palestine” for “Palestinian Territories” on its search site for the area, prompting comments from both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The word appears directly beneath the Google logo and above the search field on the site’s home page, www.google.ps, and the change follows a vote by the United Nations’ General Assembly late last year to grant Palestine the status of “non-member observer state.”
“We’re changing the name ‘Palestinian Territories’ to ‘Palestine’ across our products,” Google spokesman Nathan Tyler told the BBC on Friday, in a statement. “We consult a number of sources and authorities when naming countries. “In this case, we are following the lead of the UN, Icann [the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers], ISO [International Organization for Standardization], and other international organizations.”
The move was received favorably by the Palestinian Authority, according to the BBC, which quoted Sabri Saidam, an advisor to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, as saying that Google’s decision would prompt others to “join in and give the right definition and name for Palestine.” “Most of the traffic that happens now happens in the virtual world and this means putting Palestine on the virtual map as well as on the geographic maps,” Saidam told the news agency.
Saidam also said he’d like to see the change reflected in Google Maps. He was quoted in various reports as saying, “We hope Google maps will also show the fact that Palestinian land has been stolen from Israel’s colonization.” But Google doesn’t seem to have gone that far. As of this writing, a search — using www.google.ps (from a U.S.-based PC) — for “google maps palestine” or “palestine map” brings up a Google Maps detail labeled “Palestinian Territories.”
I’m sure that will come in time. These politically correct, money-driven Internet companies are so predictable. And this means that google probably recognizes the eternal Jewish capital of Jerusalem as Palestinian, too (which will be news to Kings David and Solomon, er . . . “Dawud” and “Sulaiman”). If Israel were smart, it would kick Google out of the country. But, sadly, the Jewish State has lost much of its collective testicles and sticks to useless complaining, instead.
Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said “Google is not a diplomatic entity which begs the question why are they getting involved in international politics and on the controversial side.” Google has a large research and development center in Israel.
A center that shall, no doubt, remain free to screw Israel from within.
Mazel Tov, Sergey and David. Self-hating capitalism reaches a new low.
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