I had just finished recording a 30 minute interview with the famous anti-Zionist Israeli Miko Peled. I needed 30 more minutes to fill up my one hour radio show.
How about Palestinian professor Mazin Qumsiyeh?
Before contacting Mazin, I needed to get my time zones straight. So I googled “What time is it in Palestine?”
Here is the result:
Does Google really think a town with less than 20,000 population in Texas is more important than the entire nation of Palestine?
The Zionist genocide movement has spent the past century denying that there is such a country as Palestine, even as they mass murder, torture, and expel Palestinians. Now it seems that Google, following the Zionist lead, has expelled Palestine from cyberspace.
Or maybe it’s an innocent mistake? Maybe they always put American towns ahead of foreign countries and cities?
Columbia, Missouri is an important city of more than 100,000 people…and there are lots of other Columbias in the USA. So if I google “What time is it in Columbia” will Google reference Columbia the country or Columbia the important American city?
Let’s find out.
It’s Columbia the country…which Google has not wiped off the map. Unlike Palestine.
How about Jamaica? Will they give us the city in New York, or the island nation?
Looks like the island nation.
Long story short: After Googling around, I have discovered that when you ask what time it is in any country on earth, Google tells you – right there in that prominently-placed box above the search results.
Google is apparently part of the Zionist entity dedicated to wiping Palestine off the map.
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