Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Bravo Google!

Google's decision to stand up to Chinese dictators is bold and deserves the support of free world. In a clever move, Google has moved their uncensored search engine to Hong Kong and has started directing the traffic from its China web site to its Hong Kong web site. Google is thus complying with the Chinese as well as the Hong Kong laws. The Chinese censors reacted by blocking access to politically sensitive information from Google’s Hong Kong site. However this will eventually back fire as the Chinese web surfers who are educated and younger will eventually start resenting Chinese government’s censorship. This may start a mass movement against the Chinese dictators. If that happens, Google might have inadvertently put the first nail in the coffin of the Communist & Fascist regime of China.

All freedom loving people of the world should support Google’s fight for internet freedom by boycotting the products made by Communist China.


  1. I agree with your comments....but we need to see thereaction of MS and Yahoo....also we should see whether profit motive is primary for other US based firms or can they stand together at this time....

  2. Krishna,
    We would also like to know your thoughts about the controversy regarding the godman Swami Nityananda and his misadventures that have hurt the faith of thousands....maybe gave a bad name to the preachings from his primary religion....are these godmen really people with supernatural powers or it is more about the marketing machine....