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March 13, 2007

Why There Are No Google Ads Here

Filed under: Defending America,Housekeeping & Maintenance,Media — Sisyphus @ 8:08 am

As many of you have probably noticed, there are no Google ads on this website.  This may seem strange to you, as the overwhelming majority of blogs possess such ads.  The reason for this is simple:  we do not support Google in any way, shape, or form.  We feel that Google has liberal inclinations and is opposed to user privacy. We know that many others share our aversion to this search engine. But there’s more to it than that. It’s far, far worse. Google imposes on the religious freedom of others:

The Church of Scientology has managed to yank references to anti-Scientology websites from the Google search engine.

Citing the controversial Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Scientology lawyers are claiming that Google may no longer include anti-Scientology sites that allegedly infringe upon the Church of Scientology’s intellectual property.

If I, a believer in the Catholic creed, am hindered in my efforts to disprove the specious theology of a church invented by a lunatic science fiction writer on a dare, it infringes on my civil liberties. My brethren face a world in which the access to the Light of Truth is dimmed by the darkness and damnation emanating from the mouths of (liberal) celebrities such as Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Jason Lee, and Isaac Hayes. These evildoers can wreak untold havoc and destruction on the flocks of the faithful, and without the ability to counter the mendacities of these mendicants, my duty to spread the Gospel to the world is substantially impaired.

I cannot endorse, tolerate, or utilize a search engine that is so manifestly opposed to the Holy Catholic Church. Its advertisements will not appear on this website, and I would encourage you all to refrain from using it in your personal searches as well. Stick with http://www.msn.com, or Dogpile (if you must.) Dogpile, while incorporating the lies and fallacies of Google in its mechanics, is substantially better due to the dilution of the streams of Googly falsehoods into a truthful concoction of more accurate search engines. If you must partake, however, I urge you to exercise caution. Your link may be contaminated by Google.

7 Comments »

  1. Regardless of anybody’s faith:

    The Church of Scientology has managed to yank references to anti-Scientology websites from the Google search engine.

    That is seriously disturbing. Freedom of expression is a very important principle in this country. People have every right to criticize ANY religion or any social institution. I can’t remember who said this, but I thought it was nicely put, “Any faith that cannot stand up to criticism is not true faith, it is mere dogma.” I think this just shows Scientologists to be very weak in their faith, if they cannot stand any criticism. And I’m very disappointed in Google for kowtowing to them.

    Comment by lyssie — March 13, 2007 @ 8:49 am | Reply

  2. “I think this just shows Scientologists to be very weak in their faith, if they cannot stand any criticism. And I’m very disappointed in Google for kowtowing to them.”

    Indeed. This is a nation in which one can ascribe to whatever gloomy death-cult of lies and sins one chooses, but Google and Scientology have apparently proscribed the list for the rest of us. Well, the Scientologists can have Google, and the Tom Cruises of the left; but the Internet belongs to us all, and the nation belongs to our spirit and our resolve. Neither of which comes from L. Ron Hubbard.

    Comment by Sisyphus — March 13, 2007 @ 9:05 am | Reply

  3. A sensible policy. The only ads we should even consider accepting would be for Sam Brownback. That is our mission.

    Besides, everybody knows that Scientology is a dangerous cult (based on poorly written science fiction novels).

    Comment by Psycheout — March 13, 2007 @ 2:33 pm | Reply

  4. Agreed. You guys want to sell Brownback. Of course you want the blog to pay for itself. Maybe you could put a “contribute to Brownback” link and paypal button (for your blog).

    And doesn’t Google track your website visits so they can assault you with targeted ads? That stuff creeps me out.

    Comment by Anti-Media — March 13, 2007 @ 5:24 pm | Reply

  5. We don’t need no steenking Google Ads!

    Comment by Bob Arctor — March 13, 2007 @ 8:47 pm | Reply

  6. Scientology is a stupid false religion based on a fictional book just like Mormonism. Sorry, Mormons.

    The King James Bible is the only true Word of God.

    Comment by Red State Guy — March 14, 2007 @ 4:23 pm | Reply

  7. I couldn’t agree with you more, RSG.

    Comment by Anti-Media — March 15, 2007 @ 2:03 am | Reply


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