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Google and the push to "Legalize Love"

By Angela Wittman

Updated 8.14.2012

Christian Post recently featured an article on Google and its push/campaign to "Legalize Love" in countries that Google has offices "where homosexual activities are illegal or same-sex relationships are not legally recognized."

The Christian Post article goes on to quote Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe, the head of Google's Diversity and Inclusion department for Europe, Middle East and Africa regions as saying, "We want our employees who are gay or lesbian or transgender to have the same experience outside the office as they do in the office." And he then goes on to give Singapore as an example of a country where homosexuality is banned and Poland which does not legally recognize homosexual marriage.

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Frankly, Google isn't looking to "Legalize Love" because one cannot make a feeling or emotion legal or illegal.  It is my opinion that Google is seeking to overturn long-held political and cultural foundations of countries that it thinks aren't operating as they believe is in the best interest of mankind.  Doesn't this sound a bit like Google has become somewhat delusional about its place in society?  It reminds me of the story of the Titanic that was advertised as too big to fail; we all know how that story ended.

As one who tries to live a life based on principle, I am dissociating from Google due to their political agenda and recently moved my blogs from the blog hosting service it owns.

My new blog links are:

My advice for Christians is to leave the sinking ship called Google as a matter of principle.

Here are links to additional articles that you might find helpful:

Updated 4.19.2014 - AW


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  2. I left Google for Firefox; and it's faster too. Even Google's little button looks very much New Age to me. What's next? Bestiality? Pedophilia?

  3. I also use Firefox and have tried to limit my use of anything Google. :) We probably haven't reached the total depths of depravity.. I don't even want to consider how low society (or Google) will go. May God help/strengthen us to endure.

  4. We'll make it; Jesus has promised! Can't wait for that glorious return when He comes as Ruler, King . . . and Judge!
    Hold on to Jesus, sis! We'll endure!

  5. Reblogged this on Christian Heritage News & Commentary and commented:
    There's been much talk about leaving WordPress for other blog sites due to their offensive "rainbow" on the reader page. Please be aware of why I left Blogger in 2012 while you contemplate moving.

  6. I respect your decision. I will stay to continue to have an influence as long as possible. Our Supreme Court has drastically overstepped its Constitutional bounds, but they are only reflecting a confused society. This generation may not see the pain that will come to our society as more and more people live in rejection of the opposite gender. Odd, those whose actions, not just words, most reflect judgment and dissociation with the "other half" of society are considered champions of equality?!

  7. I agree and plan to stay at WP until they begin censoring my posts.

  8. AS do I dear sis. I had looked at blogger, even started a way to move my blog, but the more thought I gave it the more I refuse to allow anyone to run me off. I intend to stand and speak the truth until they censor or delete my account at WordPress. Probably not a popular stance on the blog that has moved, but they can run if they so choose, I don't really care. Me...I'm standing and speaking and praying that many dead ears are awakened and many souls are saved by that stance. All to God's glory, because it really IS all about Him.


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