I have noticed, on Google, a crossed black ribbon. I may have got this wrong, but I suspect it may be a symbol relating to the tragically murdered French Secularists; a mark of solidarity, perhaps, of grief?
Fair enough. I have given my views on the foulness of taking even one human life. Even a criminal life. Even an unborn life.
Has Google been waggling black ribbons around while thousands of Christians have been murdered in the Middle East and in Africa?
What is the going 'Google tariff', I wonder? Is one Secularist life equivalent, perhaps, to 10,000 Christian lives? Would that be near the mark? It would be nice to know. Just how cheap do they hold Christian blood (or, for that matter, Islamic blood) to be in relation to good, pure, Secularist blood?