On Thursday, May 19, 2016 Google celebrated the 95th birthday of a Marxist, Communist terrorist. Yes, their “doodle” image was available when you searched using the Google search engine, and if you were curious this is what you found out – in Google’s version:
It’s with great pleasure that Google celebrates Yuri Kochiyama, an Asian American activist who dedicated her life to the fight for human rights and against racism and injustice. Born in California, Kochiyama spent her early twenties in a Japanese American internment camp in Arkansas during WWII. She and her family would later move to Harlem, where she became deeply involved in African American, Latino, and Asian American liberation and empowerment movements. Today’s doodle by Alyssa Winans features Kochiyama taking a stand at one of her many protests and rallies.
Kochiyama left a legacy of advocacy: for peace, U.S. political prisoners, nuclear disarmament, and reparations for Japanese Americans interned during the war. She was known for her tireless intensity and compassion, and remained committed to speaking out, consciousness-raising, and taking action until her death in 2014.
With “great pleasure” and I’m sure, the same pleasure they celebrate their good pal and fellow Marxist, Barack Hussein Obama. The story doesn’t end with simple reasoning or developed beliefs. Kochiyama advocated and supported anti-American, terrorist causes. She became friends with Malcom X, she joined the black separatist group known as the New Republic of Africa, advocated for the blood-soaked Peruvian Marxist terrorist movement known as Shining Path, defended multiple convicted cop-killers, and praised Osama bin Laden as “one of the people I admire… I thank Islam for bin Laden.”
Ronald Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 which granted $20,000 compensation to each Japanese-American interned after Pearl Harbor. Let’s not confuse Google’s “EQUALITY” wording withing their doodle.
In 1977 Kochiyama joined in protests and helped take the Statue of Liberty “hostage,” demanding the release from prison of four Puerto Rican nationalists convicted of attempted murder who in 1954 had shot up the House of Representatives, injuring five congressmen. She also became friends with Marilyn Buck, who was jailed for helping to plant a bomb in 1983 in the U.S. Senate, viewing Buck and other terrorists as “political prisoners” even though their sentences and incarcerations were based on attempted murder convictions.
And that Puerto Rican “independence?” 94-percent of voters wished to remain a part of the “Evil Empire” known as the United States.
Continuing her crusades for terrorists Kochiyama became an advocate for convicted terrorist Yu Kikumura, a member of the Japanese Red Army, a psychotically brutal terrorist gang best known for the Lod Airport massacre of 1972, when 17 Puerto Rican Christian pilgrims were gunned down in an Israeli airport. The international terrorist movement Kochiyama advocated for only brings suffering and death to its supposed beneficiaries.
Similarly, Kochiyama advocated for Abimael Guzman, the Marxist former philosophy professor and leader of the Shining Path, a group second only to the Khmer Rouge for its vicious insanity. Shining Path notoriously massacred the peasants (including women and children) on whose behalf they were supposed to be fighting.
Kochiyama visited Peru with the Revolutionary Communist Party and carefully researched the civil war in Peru, but was unfazed by the gore, saying that “[t]he more I read, the more I came to completely support the revolution in Peru.”
Old Yuri also love cop killers. Her and Obama would get along very well. She supported Mumia Abu-Jamal, notoriously convicted of the murder of Philadelphia cop Daniel Faulkner, and Assata Shakur, who slayed New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foester.
In 2003, interviewed by the radical newspaper “The Objector,” Kochiyama, herself a convert to Islam, said,
“I consider Osama bin Laden as one of the people that I admire” and that “freedom fighters all over the world, and not just in the Muslim world, don’t just support him; they revere him; they join him in battle. He is no ordinary leader or an ordinary Muslim.”
Google can be relatively pathetic in its choice of doodles. Skipping the Christian celebration known as Easter, back in 2013 they chose to honor Latino activist Cesar Chavez. Of course Mr. Chavez had plenty of blood on his hands under the guise of revolutionary. In 2014, Google skipped the D-Day landings in favor of “Go Players.” Embarrassed by blowback Google relented and showed the Normandy beaches.
No doubt Google as a whole consists of a “Progressive” culture, understanding my definition of Progressive as Marxist. But Progressive sounds so much better so the Democrats latch onto it.
Social media companies have accumulated vast powers within the media sector and it’s not surprising Conservative voices are not “trending” and consistently shutout of the conversations within their websites. Some may have been wowed by Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook but he merely dazzled the so-called Conservative visitors like Glenn Beck with talk of algorithms and by “looking them in the eye.” They were simply served up a crap sandwich buffet and thought it was filet mignon to order. And they really were impressed.