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Google Sets Fire To US Flag On Veterans Day And Insults Muslims

by | 12th, November 2010

IS Google in the thrall of a  powerful – yet subtle – Muslim force that governs our minds? The Veterans’ Day Google icon shows a red crescent peeking out from beneath the US flag. (Is the flag on fire?)

It’s the bottom of the obscured letter ‘e’. But it looks a bit like the foot of a red  crescent. And who loves the crescent? Yeah, those Muslims do (and the boy at the start of the Dreamworks films who fishes from a crescent moon. And -yes! – Dreamworks is run by Jews.  The conspiracy deepens and deepens…)

Mike Bodge noted the obscured “e”. And the Associated Press’s William Browning got wind of it. And they were appalled. No, not that Muslims are veterans too but that… Well, read it for yourself:

In a civilized society we need to show respect. We show respect by opening the door for the elderly. We show respect by thanking a solider for fighting for us. We show respect by saluting the flag when in uniform. We show respect by not desecrating someone’s sacred symbol.

It’s a big deal on Twitter:

AdrianTweeting makes a similar observation: “The Veterans Day Google logo kind of makes the “e” on the end look like a sinister Islamic crescent lurking behind the flag. Unfortunate.”

RL from Product-Reviews.net sums up the outrage perfectly, “An American flag covering a partial showing Islamic crescent moon…good job GOOGLE…way to do your part to further fan the flames of tension between the western world and the Islamic community. Lets see how you play dumb and spin this.

Browning concluded:

Your Google doodle is supposed to enlighten and educate those who click on it, not cause a rift between two world powers.

And you thought Google was just a private company. Oh, yeah, run by Jews…



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