White People Literally Can’t Even Mention Race on Facebook
I’ve been banned from Facebook over some pretty ridiculous things. Making enemies of social justice warriors has caused me to become a frequent target of report brigades. This is why my block list exceeds 350 people and grows by the day. If I see someone make so much as a passive complaint about racism or misogyny, or take offense to something someone says, I block them preemptively so as to avoid granting them the opportunity to report me for something later on.
Between that and saving my harshest language for other outlets, this has managed to keep me unbanned for awhile as of late, but my luck ran out this morning. I woke up to over a dozen notifications of posts and comments being reported, many of which were more than a year old.
Facebook found nearly all of them to be in compliance with the community standards. One photo was removed for “nudity” although no nudity was present in the photo. I was at this point still unbanned.
Then I am compelled to log in again, and I am told that something my brand page posted had been removed. When the brand page gets something removed, it affects all admins of the page. So even my sock account is now banned for 30 days.
What could be so heinous as to justify such an absurd penalty? Well, this horrifically racist meme right here.
This meme, which was posted over a year ago, makes a combined reference to Nigerian email spam frauds, and Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation fiasco. This is an actual photo of a black man from Zimbabwe carrying piles of money after inflation rendered the currency practically valueless. The text “I will burn my money, those white people never answered my emails” should probably bring a chuckle to anybody who had an email account prior to the superior spam filtration systems of today. Apparently the fact that these things take place in predominantly black countries, and are targeted at predominantly white countries, is racist.
I suppose this means Wikipedia is also racist, since they have an entire page dedicated to “419 Scams,” thusly named for the section of the Nigerian criminal code which these scams cover.
Mind you, this goes on while “Black Lives Matter” is in full on anti-white rebellion mode, banning and assaulting white journalists from their events, and saying so publicly on Facebook.
But of course, this whole social justice thing was never about stamping out racism. It has always been about silencing white males, and it’s working out spectacularly. Not only am I banned for 30 days, but when I come back, my choices are clearly between being banned from Facebook, or never mentioning race again in any context whatsoever. I certainly can’t discuss the reasons for disproportionate numbers of black people being subjected to police brutality and incarceration, if I can’t even post a joke about spam.
So congratulations, America. You are now finding yourselves in a world so politically correct, that a supposed oppressor cannot even mention the supposedly oppressed minority without incurring a penalty. I’m sure this is going to improve race relations dramatically, as blacks get to say literally any horrible thing they want about white people, and we’re just expected to sit there and take it.
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