How Google helps NATO death squads to wage war against Syria
5. August 2012
Don’t be evil. That’s what Google claims to be it’s slogan. But reality is quite different.
Zionist NATO agents like @markito0171 use detailed Google maps to support terrorists attacking indepedent states like Libya and Syria and sponsoring massacres of NATO’s death squads. Bad luck for an innocent technology provider?
On a first view it may seem like that but it’s not the truth. The truth is, Google permanently blurs out in it’s maps the positions of NATO sponsored terrorists. Whereever the frontline and fighting is, Google provides NATO sponsored terrorists with detailed maps of positions to attack while at the same time Google blurs out the dens of NATO sponsored terrorists.
To understand what’s going on, just have a look onto a Google map of Syria: the south of Al Bab is occupied by NATO sponsored terrorists while the north is not. Google blurs out the south of Al Bab. In Syria it’s just like in Libya: whereever the NATO terrorists led by agnts disguising themselves as “journalists” set shop, the Gooogle map starts to blur out. When the NATO sponsored terrorists lose positions the locations become sharp on Google maps as they are – from a NATO zionist point of view – positions to attack again.
As Google is an active participant of the war against Syria, nobody shall complain when all of Google’s satellites are shot down to prevent self-defined not-evil Google from further waging war against souvereign nations. No one in the world shall compain thereafter that the currently commonly used satellite space will become unusable after such a self defense against a war of aggression. The international treaty about the right of using space is for peaceful purposes but Google is using space to wage war.
Update: “Friends of Syria” says:
“Bashar Al Jaafari even mentioned at the end of one of his speeches at the United Nations that the street names in Damascus had been changed on Google Maps.”
Annotation of Parteibuch: Just like “Green Square” in Tripoli suddenly became “Martyrs Square” on Google. What a coincidence, that Wael Ghonim, one of the Washington sponsored coup leaders in Egypt, is a Google manager.