For those of you who haven't been paying attention, the population-replacement agenda for every formerly euro-majority nation on earth is continuing apace. It's speeding up, even. Emma West noticed it, and wound up in the thought-police gulag. So be careful who you share your opinions with.
Google Street View is an amazing tool. Two years ago it hardly existed. Today, there is hardly a main thoroughfare on earth that has not been photographed by a Google Prius with a camera on top.
Well, that's not entirely true. Google hasn't explored deep into the hinterland of Congo, for example.
I wonder why?
Except for Japan (and a bit of Brazil), it looks like Google Street View is limited almost exclusively to the Western World (they have made some unexplained forays into Mexico, for example) :