Google's war with Syria

Barack Obama speaking at Google HQ in 2007.jpg

Google is actually censoring the news of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA.

That's not coming as a complete surprise.

On 3.14.2012, America's Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google. Google is actually censoring the news of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA.

Some time ago, Obama signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for Syrian armed groups and terrorists seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government.  Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the terrorists oust Assad.  C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey. The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Google: 'latest News Syria SANA':

News for latest News Syria SANA

Syrian Arab news agency - SANA - Syria : Syria news

SANA - Syria : Syria news

Syrian SANA News Agency website is under fierce attack 07-14 ...

Photos - Syrian Arab news agency - SANA - Syria : Syria news ::


Syrian Arab news agency - SANA - Syria : Syria news ::


Syrian Passenger Plane, Forced to Land by Turkish Authorities in ...


SANASyria www.sana.sy/eng/22/2012/11/17/452964.htm

Cabinet Weekly Session Reviews Current Situation in SyriaSANA ...



Google's link to SANA on Facebook is not dead:


But Facebook's link to SANA's website doesn' work: http://sana.sy/index_eng.html


Other links to SANA which are most of the time blocked by Pentagon: 

Syrian Arab News Agency - SANA - http://sana.sy/index_eng.html

sana.sy main IP address:

sana.sy Turkish website:


Photo 1: Barack Obama speaking at Google HQ in 2007. 

Photo 2: The Obama Dinner in February 2011. The nine companies represented at the dinner have a combined worth of $938 billion and the list of the tech guests included Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google and Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. A White House official described the meeting as "part of our ongoing dialogue with the business community on how we can work together to win the future, strengthen our economy, support entrepreneurship, increasing our exports, and get the American people back to work," noting prior to the event, "The President and the business leaders will discuss our shared goal of promoting American innovation, and discuss his commitment to new investments in research and development, education and clean energy." (The NATO-war against Lybia lasted from 17 February 2011 to 23 October 2011 and the commander of NATO’s Libya war announced his intent to end hostilities through Facebook. “Who could have predicted,” asked Mike Isaac in WIRED’s new app guide, discussing Facebook’s mobile app, “that one skinny nerd from Harvard would completely change the definition of social experience in the 21st century?” “The power of Mark Zuckerberg’s creation has been on display all year as the Arab Spring, has reshaped the Middle East...)

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