Google Honors America-Hating Fan of Osama Bin Laden

And Google and the Obama White House are BFF’s. Coincidence?

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From Heat Street:

Today’s large Google doodle honors the late Japanese-American activist Yuri Kochiyama, whom Wikipedia calls “one of the few prominent non-black black separatists.” And while the Washington Post lauded her for her “fierce sense of patriotism,” some of her past quotes say otherwise.

Like that fact that Kochiyama, who died in 2014 in her 90s, expressed admiration for Osama bin Laden.

I’m glad that you are curious why I consider Osama bin Laden as one of the people that I admire. To me, he is in the category of Malcolm X, Che Guevara, Patrice Lumumba, Fidel Castro, all leaders that I admire. They had much in common. Besides being strong leaders who brought consciousness to their people, they all had severe dislike for the US government and those who held power in the US. I think all of them felt the US government and its spokesmen were all arrogant, racist, hypocritical, self-righteous, and power hungry.

She didn’t care what Americans feel about bin Laden, as the U.S government is “loathsome”.

…bin Laden has been primarily fighting US dominance even when he received money from the US when he was fighting in Afghanistan. He was fighting for Islam and all people who believe in Islam, against westerners, especially the US–even when he was fighting against the Russians…I do not care what the US government or Americans feel–I think it’s shameful what this government has done from the beginning of its racist, loathsome history.

Read more here, including here connecting capitalism to terrorism, and about her friendship with cop killer Assata Shakur, currently living in exile in Cuba, another America-hating entity that is on Obama’s BFF list. Another coincidence?

The Obama Regime is very close to Google. Read about that in these articles:

Google Makes Most of Close Ties to White House – WSJ

Google workers met had 427 meetings at White House over Obama presidency | Daily Mail Online

Google’s Remarkably Close Relationship With the Obama White House, in Two Charts

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