The funny thing about liberal neo-fascism is that no matter how accurate the censored truth is, it will still be censored.
In this day of wildly swaying vitriol, social media magnates such as Facebook and Twitter are the most effective way for Americans, and global citizens to a lesser degree, to communicate thoughts, ideologies, news, and analysis. In many ways, social media is one of the most awe-inspiring tools that we have ever been privy to.
On the other hand, however, the speed at which our society has empowered social media has created a great deal of concern over how much influence these platforms truly have, and who is directing the narrative.
Facebook’s example seems to be the most poignant. Quite obviously the largest of the social media outlets, Facebook’s content has long been curated by the beliefs of CEO Mark Zuckerberg, a hardcore leftist and globalist whose short amount of time on this planet is belied by his political naiveté. Where he once openly admitted to culling conservative opinions from the site’s “trending topics” section, he has turned now to algorithms to do the heavy lifting.
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Today, however, an even more terrifying version of Facebook’s fascism has emerged, as the site has begun erasing all mention of true historical events that simply irk the liberal left.
Caitlin Johnstone explains how she was targeted and affected by this new push in an editorial for Medium.
“My personal Facebook account, which has the maximum 5,000 friends and an additional 5,000+ followers, has been blocked from posting for three days. My page hasn’t been blocked yet, but we’ll see; I shared the article there, too.
“The reason given for this ban by the little pop-up boxes when I logged on just now was that a couple months ago I had shared an article about admitted false flag operations perpetrated by governments around the world. I don’t know what happened that made Facebook’s system decide to crack down on me now all of a sudden, but I do know I’ve been a bit naughtier than usual in my last couple of articles.
“The article I got the banhammer for sharing is titled For Those Who Don’t ‘Believe’ In ‘Conspiracies’ Here Are 58 Admitted False Flag Attacks. According to the site’s ticker it has 50,667 shares as of this writing. It’s laden with hyperlinks for further reading, and lists only instances of false flag operations that insiders are on the record as having admitted to themselves. It’s a good compilation of important information. People should be allowed to share it.
“The notifications say I can be permanently banned if I continue posting that sort of material. I’ve had that account since 2007.”
False flag attacks have long been a favorite piece of fodder for conspiracy theorists, given their basis in historical fact. Now that “conspiracy theorists” are being all too often lumped in with ultra right wing pundits such as Alex Jones, the idea of exposing false flag attacks has become synonymous with conservative politics in the court of public opinion.
This is certainly what led Facebook to deem this article unfit for distribution on their site, and once again demonstrates how the internet as we know it is being cultivated by liberal think tanks and the radical leftists of Silicon Valley.