Google has approved an app in countries that recognize Sharia Law. It willow Muslims to report blasphemy and can lead to 5 years in prison. Google will in effect help Muslims send people to prison for speech.
At the same time that Google is banning and censoring Christians, they are happily working with countries that have Sharia Law. Would this not be religious bias on the part of Google?
Why do they hate Christians so much? Or is there another reason that I just can’t figure out?
Laura Loomer of Big League Politics reported:
The new app, “Smart Pakem,” which was first launched in Indonesia last month at the request of the Indonesian government, will allow users and government officials to uphold Sharia law and target and report people who hold “misguided” beliefs in violation of Islamic law, which forbids insults of Islam, insults against the Prophet Mohammed, or the recognition of any other religion besides Islam.
Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world, with an estimated Muslim population of 207 million.
Indonesia’s criminal code prohibits blasphemy, which is defined as “the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sacred things.”
The Code’s Article 156(a) targets those who deliberately, in public, “express feelings of hostility, hatred, or contempt against religion.” The penalty for violating Article 156(a) of Indonesia’s criminal code is a maximum of five years imprisonment.
In California, the Attorney General prosecuted a man for these social media posts:
- “THE TE**OR HIKE … SOUNDS LIKE FUN” (In reference to the Center’s advertised “Sunset Hike”)
- “THE MORE MU****S WE ALLOW INTO AMERICA THE MORE TE**OR WE WILL SEE.”
- “PRACTICING IS**M CAN SLOW OR EVEN REVERSE THE PROCESS OF HUMAN EVOLUTION.”
- “Is**m is dangerous – fact: the more M***lm savages we allow into America – the more terror we will see -this is a fact which is undeniable.”
- “Filthy M****m sh*t has no place in western civilization.”
Now, they may not be the most tolerant posts, but in this country, we have freedom of speech, unless you live in California apparently.