I called this blog OccuLie. Not ONLY are our elected officials lying to us but the corporations...namely Google. I was at my parents place and decided to do an experiment. I was on Google Maps and noticed how there is no reference to our protest. I then chk'd Google Earth and used the time mode to see the changes on City hall as you could see, the lawn is green and the fence sitting atop of the K-rail are not there. WHERE IS OWSLA??? It's as though we never existed. So then I Googled Zucotti Park. I've seen people and went to street view, but no Patriots Occupying. Maybe it's a mistake on part of Google but ALL THE OCCUPIERS??? Where are we? Why isn't the Welcome tent around? Where is the media tent or the library? Where are the tents I was Occupying that made up the LoveTribe? It's as if none of us were there! This is disgusting. Corporate censorship on the people of Los Angeles.
Some may say that it takes a few months for the photos to process. How long have we been there? The photos and marches should be up now. Well, it's not. And if it's not up, it does not exist...right? WRONG! This is the battle we have to fight against. Google is willing to spy on us using the Google Street Cam, but is willing to censor OR not update the Occupation. But then, they are the masters of the people for whom I have a screen shot of. Right? Hey, one more complaint? Notice how the grass is green? Did you know that the City of Los Angeles is a desert? And last year, Governor Jerry Brown declared that the drought was over. You know, that 50 year one where everyone had to water their lawns once in the morning for 15 minutes and at night for 15 minutes? Well with that conservation law, noticed how the grass was green and healthy?
Did Mayor Villaraigosa break the law? I know the LADWP had to plant drought-resistant plants. Gee I wonder if Google will now change the map from being a lush park to a brown barren place? I would if I were he, because, with photos of the green pretty grass may upset the people who lost their lawn to the LADWP Drought Busters. You think so?