By Kyle James  |  10-12-2018   News
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The so-called "Big Five" tech companies have been led largely by Facebook operating out of Silicon Valley, in California and it seems like whatever Facebook gets away with is par for the course for the rest of the social media companies and tech giants. That is because Facebook has been engaged in an open war on a particular political ideology. In fact, if you were from twenty years ago you might have guessed that particular political ideology to have been Islam. Unfortunately, it is just the opposite.

Facebook is openly attacking conservative accounts on Facebook using technicalities or even making up rules to justify the removal of conservative ideology. That's right, how is that the leading company of the way that everyone from baby boomers to the president of the United States communicates is turning on the very American values that allowed it to blossom and flourish? This is what we call a clue.

A clue that something has gone wrong somewhere along the way and now we, the American people, find ourselves at the mercy of our social media overlords. At least one average Joe at the FBI to a Senator has sent a dick pic or had a sexual conversation with someone other than their partner, and only Facebook has the key. So should we be worried when Facebook deletes 800 U.S. conservative media publishers and accounts without justification?

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The answer is yes, but the company does what it wants and says the 800 deleted accounts were banned for delivering a flood of political messages that consistently violated spam policies, according to Facebook's statement Thursday. The social media company said the removal wasn't based on the content being posted by the accounts, but rather because of "the behavior in which they engaged".

That is the problem with these companies like Facebook. Show me which rule in the user terms of an agreement that says you can be permanently banned for "the behavior in which they engaged"? As if to rub it in, the company threw some salt on the wound by saying that they "don't believe the accounts have ties to Russia" as if its a constant worry and a threat.

Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy said, "Today, we're removing 559 Pages and 251 accounts that have consistently broken our rules against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior." According to Gleicher, the offending users were using many fake accounts or multiple accounts with the same names and posting massive amounts of content across a network of groups and pages.

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Gleicher's statement continued, "Given the activity we’ve seen — and its timing ahead of the US midterm elections — we wanted to give some details about the types of behavior that led to this action. Many were using fake accounts or multiple accounts with the same names and posted massive amounts of content across a network of Groups and Pages to drive traffic to their websites.

Gleicher said, "Many used the same techniques to make their content appear more popular on Facebook than it really was. Others were ad farms using Facebook to mislead people into thinking that they were forums for legitimate political debate. Of course, there are legitimate reasons that accounts and Pages coordinate with each other — it’s the bedrock of fundraising campaigns and grassroots organizations."

But the difference is that these groups are upfront about who they are, and what they’re up to," he continued. "As we get better at uncovering this kind of abuse, the people behind it — whether economically or politically motivated — will change their tactics to evade detection. It’s why we continue to invest heavily, including in better technology, to prevent this kind of misuse. Because people will only share on Facebook if they feel safe and trust the connections they make here."

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Facebook is taking down a lot of conservative pages not only fan pages but also our own personal pages who we have our friends and family.<br><br>This is a warning for anyone in case you can&#39;t see my profile one day.</p>&mdash; Bryan Garcia (@gods10rules) <a href="">October 12, 2018</a></blockquote>

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The only problem with that statement from Facebook is it completely ignores the fact that they targeted conservative accounts more than any others. They removed such conservative accounts as Clash Daily, with some two million followers, Silence Is Consent and Top Stories USA. One of the members lost a dozen of their sites simply for being conservative.

The American people should be outraged at the systematic targeting and subsequent silencing of Conservative political accounts. It is time to stop using the platform altogether and find alternative platforms to communicate that offer encrypted communications that can't be saved, sold to a third party vendor, then subpoenaed and used against us in a court setting later.

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Recently, celebrity rapper and reality TV star Kanye West openly expressed his support of Trump and began wearing Trump's iconic red trucker had with the white letters that say "Make America Great Against". The far-left cultists in Hollywood have begun shunning West completely and he has been repeatedly attacked for coming out and supporting the president by both friends and family.

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Grimm Reality No. 39142 1539321929

Personally,,,, I happen to be one of those affected by Iron Fistbooks fuckery.

As I was looking for photos my wife was complaining were no longer shared to her page that I took..

I found that 80% of my photo folders were GONE.. Over 50 THOUSAND images.. POOF!! into the ether..

Most of them were trump rallies and family pics, including the last photos of my late father …

It's past time to hold these f*ckers accountable ….

Think About It No. 39146 1539325293

But what if it's Facebook's deeply held religious belief that Trump and the Republicans are evil? They're a private company so they should be allowed to serve whoever they want, right?

Anonymous No. 39147 1539325467

Everyone knows we need an alternative, but whos going to make it, and how do we get people to make the switch?

Anonymous No. 39149 1539330261

>>> 39146 > Not to split hairs, but Facebook isn't a private company. On that level, I believe they have an obligation to their shareholders to stay out of politics, illegal behavior or any activity that may harm them in the future.

In wider thought, the scale of their dominance suggests they should be viewed as a public utility.

Can you imagine Verizon refusing to sell you a family plan because your wife is a Republican? Or you son is a member of the NRA?

Anonymous No. 39161 1539347070

This is super easy to remedy. Just stop using social media! I think people addicted to flakebook and twat are imbeciles. Give me one good reason that couldn’t be achieved by other means that supports that shit. Me and my REAL friends figured out how to communicate prior to cellular phones. Instead of having 500 fake friends that you’ll never meet we had a handful of real friends and maybe 100 people we would bump it into at party’s. I’m sure the argument is, muh family and friends post their pictures and share the propaganda they picked up at work 3 min ago. Fuck Facebook and make real friends, being the 1st person to spam some bs all over the net does not make you special. On second thought if you need social media you are special. The type of special that rode the short bus to school.

Tab No. 39166 1539351151

the problem is JEWS who own internet social sites. you know, the very same folks who condemn whites for slavery when IN FACT, 40% of slaves were OWNED BY JEWS and jews owned the slave ships. take note that jews were only about 1% of the population back then. the vast majority of slave owners WERE JEWS.

blackyb No. 39400 1539571169

I think that idiot who is lying about Jews being slave owners is cracked or working with Muslims who hate Jews.

blackyb No. 39401 1539571283

Jews help found this country as they were run out of Spain as well as were the Christians under threat of death.

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