A Reader Provides Graphic Evidence Of Google’s Disdain For Christians—On Easter Sunday/Cesar Chavez Day, And Every Other Holy Day
April 01, 2013, 03:34 AM
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Re: Steve Sailer’s blog item Not a White Hispanic: Google's Artists Conception Of Cesar Chavez

 

From: Patrick Arsenault [Email him]

 

I wrote you about Google's Christophobia in January. Now Google is at it again with their anti-Christian bigotry. Not only are they ignoring Easter (as usual), but they've disrespected Christians and Americans on the whole by putting up a Doodle for "Cesar Chavez Day" instead on Easter Sunday.

 

Over the years, I've noticed that they have no problem honoring other religions' holidays, like Hanukkah, Ramadan, and even "Festivus". I've made a diagram showing proof of their utter disdain for Christians and Christianity. Click to enlarge:

 

 A Reader Provides Graphic Evidence Of Google’s Disdain For Christians On Easter Sunday/Cesar Chavez Day, And Every Other Holiday

 

We need people to know Google's unfair bigotry so they can use Bing instead, which has Easter images today as well as a link to "Easter" search results which includes info on Jesus Christ.

 

Patrick Arsenault made important contributions to our War On Christmas competitions in 2005 and 2006.