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Google Doodle Politics

Updated on January 1, 2017
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Jack is currently a volunteer at the Westchester County Archives. Jack has worked at IBM for over 28 years.


It seems to me Google is more than just a search engine company. Have you noticed something odd about their Doodles?

- June 2016

Background Information

Over the years, Google as a company is not impartial in what they do. Controversies have arisen during GW Bush's Administration with Google Bomb. When someone search on the term "miserable failure", the response most likely returned was GW Bush's website. Now, for years, Google claimed they had nothing to do with it. There search indexing algorithm is doing what they suppose to do and people around the country have been creating tags that causes this result.

The simple fact is, Google could override any results if they choose to but they choose to not do anything.

Recent years, Google Doodle are in the spot light because people like me have noticed something very odd. There seems to be an obsession with creating exotic and elaborate doodles for some obscure holidays or tributes to individuals, meanwhile at the same time ignoring certain well known national Holidays. The primary example exhibited here is the Memorial Day 2016 tribute.

Meanwhile, we learned recently that Google executives have visited the Obama White House over 120 times. That is more than all other companies combined. What do you suppose Google is doing cozying up to the Administration?

Fourth of July 2015

Labor Day 2015

Veteran's Day 2015

2015 Thanksgiving

2015 Christmas Holiday

MLK Day 2016

Easter 2016

(May 19, 2016) Yuri Kochiyama Birthday

Google on Memorial Day 2016


It is self evident what is going on here. I just hope others see through this as well. Google is a dominant company but they are also arrogant. History has shown us that no company however large and pervasive is invincible... Remember Kodak?

© 2016 Jack Lee


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