Another day — and another attempt at silencing any justified criticism of Muslim “migrants”, as Mark Zuckerberg joins the politically correct brigade, promising to clamp down on any “hate speech” directed towards “migrants” on Facebook…
“Hate speech has no place on Facebook and in our community,” he said
Whilst many consider this a particularly brave move to enforce his own political opinions onto the platform, it does seem particularly contradictory to the statement he released immediately after the Charlie Hebdo massacre in which he openly committed to “building a service where you can speak freely”
Clearly Zuckerbergs position on freedom of speech changes depending on what the political flavour of the month happens to be at the time.
You have to wonder what he has planned next — Will Donald Trump supporters also find themselves under the microscope and find their account banned for supporting his anti-immigration policies?
It will be interesting to see just what the “Facebook Police” deem as being “hateful”, because if they follow the liberal medias narrative — simply reporting the facts would fall under that category and therefore be banned under this controversial decision.
Will it be hateful to report on the fact more migrants have gang-raped German women?
Will it be hateful to comment on migrants raping young boys in the swimming pools?
Will our accounts now get banned for sharing a status about the daily violence from migrants in Calais?
Will Facebook remove Pegida’s events from the social network?
Angela Merkel has clearly been a major influence over Zuckerberg’s u-turn on freedom of speech, after the pair were overheard exchanging words on a live transmission broadcast on the United Nations website.
Zuckerberg was heard saying, “We need to do some work” in reference to the German push against “racist” posts on the Internet.
The Germany government is taking a hard line against online critics of its refugee policies. In September, it also emerged that the government had hired an organisation led by a former Stasi agent to patrol Facebook for allegedly xenophobic comments.
Since that unofficial meeting with Merkel, the 31-year old billionaire has now said the German leadership in the refugee crisis has been “inspiring” and a “role model for the world.” Huh? — Did you really just say inspiring?
The Germans “open door policy” has been nothing short of a shambolic farce and it should be ok to say so. The more pressure that is put on Merkel and her weak willed cronies by highlighting the consequences of allowing migrants to flood into Europe — the more I hope it will help prevent anymore disgusting rapes of the indigenous population which is continuing to thrive at an alarming rate.
Let’s be honest — Is it really “inspiring” to have hundreds of women raped or sexually assaulted by migrants who see western women as fair game?
Does it feel “Inspiring” to learn that Merkel’s open door policy has resulted in 130,000 migrants simply disappearing off the radar into the abyss?
The only inspiration I garner from this is to do everything I can in my powers to highlight the untold destruction and chaos this Muslim invasion of Europe has brought with it, but even this may no longer be possible. Will other social networks follow his lead?
The irony in all this is that had it not been for Facebook, the Cologne NYE gang rapes would have never been reported in the Media, so Zuckerberg’s ban on reporting the facts could mean that future attacks by migrants may be hidden from the world forever… Let that sink in for a minute…