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Jun 04 2022

Google’s Doodle Tells Us to Revere Kiyoshi Kuromiya

Once again, Google rams moonbattery down the Internet’s throat with its doodle for the day:

As liberals systematically cancel our national heroes (Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, et al.), they are to be replaced by new ones, like Kiyoshi Kuromiya.

Who was he? Let’s let liberals describe his significance. From way-left Wikipedia:

[C]ivil rights, anti-war, gay liberation, and HIV/AIDS activist … Kiyoshi Kuromiya was born on May 9, 1943, in Wyoming at the Heart Mountain Concentration Camp…

Note the capitalization, as if FDR’s wartime internment camps literally called themselves concentration camps. The actual name of the place was the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. The purpose of this subtle lie is to equate America with Nazi Germany and the USSR, which had proper concentration camps where people tended not to survive for long. Kuromiya was destined for wokeness, born oppressed by America’s horrific iniquity…

Back to Wikipedia’s hagiography:

Kuromiya came out as gay to his parents when he was roughly 8 or 9 years old living in California and says that he was fairly sexually active.

Mozart started composing at age 4 and performing publicly at age 6. Moonbats answer that with Kuromiya, allegedly active in sexual perversion at age 8.

Here I was thinking that LGBT children existed only in the fetid imaginations of leftists. Given the current emphasis on homosexualizing children, it is no wonder Google wants Kuromiya in the spotlight.

Kuromiya was even arrested precociously, confirming that he was born to be righteously oppressed:

He was arrested in a public park with a 16-year-old boy when he was only 9 or 10 for lewdness and was put in juvenile hall for three days as punishment.

Kuromiya got to attend an Ivy League school on a scholarship. This did not produce notable gratitude.

Kuromiya’s increased involvement in [leftist politics] during the early 1960s stemmed largely from his sexual orientation and his feeling that the University of Pennsylvania was very closeted.

Highlights of his résumé:

In 1965 Kuromiya and other activists took over Independence Hall in Philadelphia…

On October 20 and 21, 1967, Kuromiya joined a large demonstration organized by Abbie Hoffman that attempted to levitate the Pentagon building by joining hands around it in a performance art protest. When the levitation failed, Kiyoshi joined other protesters in taking police barricades to make bonfires all the way around the length of the Pentagon. …

Kuromiya co-founded the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) in 1969 following the Stonewall riots in 1969 with Basil O’Brien, who he met later while attending a Homophile Action League meeting in Philadelphia. … [T]he GLF was more radical than some of its peer organizations that formed after Stonewall. Under Kuromiya’s leadership, the GLF recruited a diverse array of people and stood in solidarity with groups such as the Black Panther Party…

After being diagnosed with AIDS himself in 1989, Kuromiya only intensified his advocacy work.

If you don’t want to live in a society where heroes have been replaced by moonbats like Kiyoshi Kuromiya, push back against Google, Wikipedia, and the rest of the liberal establishment with everything you have.

On a tip from Roger in California.


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