Google honors Esperanto

James Lewis
Ggoogle.com dedicates its main page today to honoring the 150th birthday of  L.L.  Zamenhof, founder of Esperanto, with an Esperanto flag icon:



The leading exponent today of Esperanto is George Soros, carrying on the work of his father, Tivadar Soros. The elder Soros founded an Esperanto language literary magazine, and changed the family name from Schwartz (Ŝvarc in Hungarian) to Soros, an Esperanto name.  Esperanto is a utopian invention, intended to usher in an era of world government.

Update:

If you look carefully at the Google icon for Esperanto, it has a visual joke. The Esperanto flag is the Soviet Flag in green rather than red. In addition, the "e" symbol for Esperanto peaks out underneath, in the shape of a smile. And the smile is pure Red, same flavor as the Soviet flag...

It's not an accident. This is the same kind of iconic joking that the Obamanistas love to use, to poke fun at us dumb regular folks. They are tricksters at one level, but tricksters who love to exercise Stalinoid power.
Ggoogle.com dedicates its main page today to honoring the 150th birthday of  L.L.  Zamenhof, founder of Esperanto, with an Esperanto flag icon:



The leading exponent today of Esperanto is George Soros, carrying on the work of his father, Tivadar Soros. The elder Soros founded an Esperanto language literary magazine, and changed the family name from Schwartz (Ŝvarc in Hungarian) to Soros, an Esperanto name.  Esperanto is a utopian invention, intended to usher in an era of world government.

Update:

If you look carefully at the Google icon for Esperanto, it has a visual joke. The Esperanto flag is the Soviet Flag in green rather than red. In addition, the "e" symbol for Esperanto peaks out underneath, in the shape of a smile. And the smile is pure Red, same flavor as the Soviet flag...

It's not an accident. This is the same kind of iconic joking that the Obamanistas love to use, to poke fun at us dumb regular folks. They are tricksters at one level, but tricksters who love to exercise Stalinoid power.