Mark Zuckerberg is calling on the governments of the world to help regulate the Internet in the hopes of, amongst other things, eliminating “harmful content”. Writing in the Washington Post, the Facebook CEO says “Lawmakers often tell me we have too much power over speech, and frankly I agree. I’ve come to believe that we shouldn’t make so many important decisions about speech on our own.”
Zuckerberg goes on to state that for this reason, Facebook is creating an “independent body” from which people can appeal Facebook’s content moderation decisions. How a body created by Facebook is supposed to be “independent” of Facebook, he leaves to the reader’s imagination. To alleviate our concerns, however, he assures us that Facebook is working with the French government, to decide what should and should not be allowed on the Internet here in the United States.
Zuckerberg complains that Facebook’s job in determining what can and cannot be said, is far to difficult “when people use dozens of different sharing services”. He suggests “a more standardized approach” whereby governments throughout the world get to abuse the same power that Facebook acknowledges abusing today. He rapidly moves on from here to discussing election interference, telling the reader how Facebook decides not only what can and cannot be said, but who can and cannot say it, as well.
There are plenty of examples out there of what Facebook and the other big tech companies have deemed “harmful content,” as well as absolutely horrific content which they’ve considered protected.
But it’s not just race and gender that big tech wants to hide the truth about. They are wholly dedicated to keeping people from finding out the truth about abortion too. Facebook blocked advertisements for a movie about Roe vs. Wade because, “the ads involve advocacy for an issue of national importance.”
Twitter banned, then unbanned, the account for the movie “Unplanned” on it’s opening weekend. They claim this was a “glitch” which also caused them to lose upwards of 50,000 followers for some unexplained reason. Even the movie’s starring actress said “I can’t even follow the Twitter account for my own film. It keeps kicking me off.” Major TV networks refused to air advertisements for the movie as well. Despite an undeserved R Rating by the MPAA and a blackout by mainstream and social media platforms, the movie beat expectations, bringing in over $6.1 Million during its opening weekend.
This obviously runs a major risk for Facebook that Zuckerberg intentionally fails to mention in his op-ed. When Facebook runs around trying to make the Internet safe for Jews and hostile to truth, competitors are bound to emerge, and the next one might be more competent than Gab’s Andrew Torba. If Facebook’s absurd standards of “hate speech” and “terrorist propaganda” and other “harmful content” are met with competition from a reasonably capable and well financed group of Gentiles, all of their censorship will have proven useless. Facebook will fade into obscurity, Zuckerberg will be broke, and the Jews will be fucked anyway, when the goyim figure out how badly they’ve been getting screwed.
The answer, obviously, is to impose the standards of Silicon Valley Leftists on the entire planet, through the force of the State. Once the government decides who can and cannot be heard, and what can and cannot be said, their hegemony over the public discourse will be solidified. Which of course, is why Elizabeth Warren is so glad to see Zuckerberg inviting her to censor the Internet.
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