This is a good initiative and will certainly help a lot of refugees that are scattered around the world.
A new website disguising itself has Google has come online, and its sole purpose is to help the affected refugees.
You can access this new site by opening www.betagoogle.com. Here you will come across a familiar Google logo with Fortunetelling subtitle next to it.
You will be asked in the search bar to write anything that you would like to know about your future. Upon clicking it, a few questions will pop up. Select any one of them and you will be taken to a window which will read:
“OF COURSE WE CAN’T PREDICT YOUR FUTURE! But 60 million refugees ask themselves every day if they have a future at all. So we used a fake Google-site to get your attention because apparently you were interested in your own future. Please take a moment to think of their future.”
Then you will be given an option to share this message with friends, colleagues or family members through your social networking accounts. Furthermore, you will be asked to make contribution to the charities that are trying their very best to bring refugees back to their feet.
This fake site is set up by a Dutch PR company which is trying to raise awareness about the problems that the Syrian refugees and migrants are facing on regular basis.
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