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Dude, we live in a "globalist" world. The whole point of the internet is the ability to instantly interact with data &/or people from any region on the planet. You could say that Google's entire business model is based on "injecting global ideas into the minds of a population with a mere search request". How on Earth is that a bad thing?
Believe it or not, but most people don't need or even want constant reminders of religious symbols. That reeks of personal insecurity.
(Oh, Reagan and the supposedly "Christian values" Republicans were funding and arming Muslim fighters in both Iran and Afghanistan long before Obama ran for office. So I'm not sure what point you're trying to make there.)
originally posted by: ColdWisdom
a reply to: RomeByFire
Well, Google does book their profits at a PO box #666 in Bermuda.
We've seen from the pizzagate saga the level of LaVeyan Satanism prevalent within some of the upper echelons of Silicon Valley. Twitter CEO Dorsey tweeting out verses of the Satanic bible comes to mind.
Now I'm into the Occult, and I have nothing against being a satanist, generally speaking. However, when people who have control in politics, technology, information, banking, etc. use esoteric knowledge to manipulate the population for their own personal gain, in the name of the Occult, I have a problem with that.
Think L Ron Hubbard.
The internet was pioneered to foster an age of free information and free communication. The basic ethical principals of the internet are, in fact, inherently Libertarian. Global ideas and Globalism are two different things.
Globalism is a progressive humanitarian ideology on the front end, but its true purpose is to usher in a one world government and a one world currency, removing all borders, stripping away the freedom of sovereignty, and confining all the worlds currencies within a single centralized banking system established in every nation.
This coming from the guy who has an Islamic crescent star in his avatar.
I've been a very vocal opponent of that part of American history, thank you.
- It's odd that Google doesn't seem to recognize Easter, as they seem all to eager to celebrate other cultures/religion's holidays.