Google posts warning notice on MassResistance blog after transgender rights reports are published!
Claims it's "objectionable". (Wait till you see it!)
July 7, 2009
Is 1984 getting closer? Just a week after our website was attacked, now this.
Starting on Tuesday, if you went to the MassResistance blog (see specific links below) you will probably be greeted instead by a big screen warning: "Some readers have contacted Google because they believe this site is objectionable." It gives you the opportunity to continue or not continue going into the site. (Note: After the first time it may not show up until you reboot your computer, etc.)
Left-wing campaign against the truth
Apparently our factual reports (with photos) on the transgender movement are too disturbing for the politically correct crowd to allow.
Over the last few weeks our MassResistance Blog, written since 2005 by researcher Amy Contrada, has published some extremely disturbing photos and descriptions about the transgender movement in Massachusetts. It's a pretty chilling expose of what happening now - and what can be expected.
Here are the MassResistance Blog reports that Google has judged to be "objectionable".
We agree with Google that they're very objectionable. But that's not due to the blogger, but to the subject matter being pushed on us all in public. It's all true, and these reports are meant as a warning.
The blog is posted on the "blogspot" site, which is owned by Google. Strangely, Google's "terms of service agreement is" pretty hands-off:
Yeah, right. Well, apparently something's changed.
Pretty frightening censorship of facts
Worldwide pattern of politically-correct censorship by Google
Google has gained extensive notoriety in recent years for its willingness to block content for political reasons. For example, Forbes magazine reported how Google blocks content banned by the government in Communist China.
What we're doing about it
There have been communications to Google on this. They don't seem likely to even bother responding. It's a pretty scary situation.