The ads that are used most often on Google are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, anti-Semitic, and anti-American, according to a new report by Susan Krimuth.
In fact, there are more racist, homophobic and xenophobic ads on Google than there are any other companies, according the report.
The report also shows how many of those ads have been posted by a single person or group.
It’s not clear if the ads are being run by a company, a group of companies, or a single individual, but they do seem to be concentrated in specific geographic areas.
Google’s anti-racism ad campaign, for instance, was first spotted in the US, in 2010.
It shows a young woman in a hoodie, looking at a computer screen with a “Google” logo, and using a Google app to ask a question: “Google, what do you know about racism?”
Google then shows her a screen of people who use the app, as well as their comments.
One person says, “If someone is calling me racist, what is my problem?”
Another says, “(I’ve) seen all of the hate, and I know who it is.
I can tell you who’s the racist, and you know who’s not.”
The anti-gay ad has the woman looking at her iPhone screen and asking, “What are you doing, Google?
Why don’t you tell me?
Are you trying to hide your hate?”
Another woman says, “‘Oh Google, are you afraid I’m going to get fired because of you?
Because I’m a woman?'”
The anti, anti-, anti-immigrant ad has a man with a Mexican flag on his head and a Nazi swastika on his forehead.
The anti “anti-racists” ad has an African American woman with a black hat, and a white man with an upside down star.
The “anti” ads are not visible at all on Google’s ads, but the company has taken measures to stop them.
In 2015, Google changed its ads to include the words “anti racism,” instead of the words, “racism.”
The company said it also made the ads less likely to be seen on its search results page.
The Google ad also has a link to a Google+ community called “Anti-Racism” where people can share tips on how to prevent racism.