Google has a doodle up today (the 28th) reminding us that it's Abdul Sattar Etti's 89th birthday. I neither knew of nor cared about the man until Google's doodle, and now that I know about him I care even less.
Seriously, the SJW anti-white bias from Google has me looking for other search engines. "DuckDuckGo" will never become a catchphrase like, "Google it!" though. Vox Day is right: we need our own tech.
I was looking up founders of Silicon Valley today. Bill Hewlett was from Michigan. Dave Packard was from Pueblo, CO. Bob Noyce was from middle America. Shockley and Moore were both Californians. Here's a history of the Traitorous Eight:
Now we have habibs, Hindus, and Chinese moving here from overseas to work in tech and immediately complaining about white people. We founded the very industries that give them jobs.
A Partial Exhumation of the American Dream