Why You Should Stop Using Facebook
Facebook has begun eliminating accounts as directed by the governments of the United States and Israel for political and religious reasons.
In any other world, this would be called state-sponsored censorship. Here, it is just another day at Facebook and in the modern treasonous world of Israeli-driven government in the United States.
In 2016, a team of people from Facebook met with Israeli government representatives to decide which Palestinian Facebook accounts they needed to delete. In attendance was Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, a pro-settlement extremist who was carrying out Israel’s orders to Facebook to either comply with eliminating the accounts or face new legislation in the country that would require it to do so. Fines or outright blockage of the service in the country were both possibilities if Facebook did not comply.
The reason given for the accounts being deleted was that their presence constituted “incitement” of enemies operating against the state of Israel.
The results of the meetings were as expected. Facebook caved in. It went so well in Israel’s direction that the government even went as far as to brag about how thoroughly Facebook had executed the country’s bidding. After word about these meetings was released, Shaked said that Facebook had removed 95% of the content the Israeli government had flagged to it as being inappropriate. Even Israeli companies are nowhere near as obliging.
According to the Palestinian Information Center, an activist collective organization, in making the cuts, Facebook eliminated or suspended at least 10 of its administrators’ accounts for their Arabic and English Facebook pages. Those pages were being followed by over two million people.
Other pages bounced or filtered by Facebook as a result of the new practices include, according to the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms, the following:
“Palestinian Dialogue Network (PALDF.NET) Gaza now, Jerusalem News Network, Shihab agency, Radio Bethlehem 2000, Orient Radio Network, page Mesh Heck, Ramallah news, journalist Huzaifa Jamous from Abu Dis, activist Qassam Bedier, activist Mohammed Ghannam, journalist Kamel Jbeil, administrative accounts for Al Quds Page, administrative accounts Shihab agency, activist Abdel-qader al-titi, youth activist Hussein Shajaeih, Ramah Mubarak (account is activated), Ahmed Abdel Aal (account is activated), Mohammad Za’anin (still deleted), Amer Abu Arafa (still deleted), Abdulrahman al-kahlout (still deleted).”
Besides the obvious oddity of a foreign government having such direct and open control over such an influential service as Facebook, this is of special concern because it turns out that a whopping 96% of Palestinians use Facebook primarily for following the news. When that news is exclusively controlled by the Israeli government, it can certainly easily sway opinion toward Israel on any number of issues.
Truly inflammatory hate speech by Israeli authorities, is rarely blocked. This happens despite a separate study that indicated that “122,000 users directly called for violence with words like ‘murder,’ ‘kill’ or ‘burn,’ with Arabs being the main recipients of hateful comments. Those have not been blocked at all by Facebook authorities.
It is not just Israel that is “calling the shots,” as it were, on what stays and what goes on Facebook’s pages. The White House is also gaining influence over the highly influential social media service.
As an example of how this is happening, it was revealed that late in December 2017, the Facebook and Instagram accounts of Ramzan Kadyrov, the vicious authoritarian leader of the Chechen Republic, were deleted by their mutual parent company, Facebook. With countless horrible human rights violations, including the kidnapping, torture and murder of those who would challenge the country, and over four million followers regularly reading his posts, it is understandable on one ground why Facebook might want to remove such accounts – that he was committing horrible crimes and his voice was indeed creating harm to others.
That, however, was not why Facebook removed Kadyrov’s accounts. According to a Facebook spokesperson in a public conversation with The New York Times, “Mr. Kadyrov’s accounts were deactivated because he had just been added to a United States sanctions list.” In other words, the push to delete the accounts came from pressure from the U.S. government, not from a consistent policy developed within Facebook itself.
Put simply, if the U.S. government has a country on its list for sanctions, Facebook will do whatever it takes to block it and its spokespeople, even if not legally obligated to do so.
Facebook's Religious Agenda
There is no separation of church and state in Israel. Israel is a Jewish state and pursues a Jewish religious agenda that includes the expansion of influence and control around the world, especially in the U.S.
While not Jewish himself, Donald Trump has long been loyal to Israel and its agenda.
Donald Trump lacks the mental capacity to make sound decisions on his own and is heavily influenced by those around him. His primary handlers (advisors) are his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his daughter Ivanka.
Jared and Ivanka are devout members of the Chabad, what many consider to be a Russian Jewish doomsday cult. The Chabad believe that they are now living in messianic end times. Many Chabad and other Jews believe that Donald Trump is the herald of the end of the world as we know it.
Facebook's co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerburg, is the word's richest Jew and a devout supporter of Israel. While he proclaimed himself to be an atheist for a short time in his youth, in recent years he has immersed himself in the Jewish culture, developed close ties to Israel and is supporting the Jewish agenda.
In Facebook's early days it promoted itself as a vehicle of truth, enlightening oppressed populations around the world and supplying freedom fighters with crucial information. These days, it serves as a social engineering and surveillance platform and channel for inciting hatred and suppressing progressive thought and liberation movements.
When someone uses Facebook they may benefit from its social networking but in exchange are supporting a Jewish agenda and subjecting themselves to deep surveillance and social engineering.
If we want to live in a world where truth and liberty have a chance then we need to support ethical social networks that are not subservient to special interests or sinister forces.
Chabad Rabbi. Photo: Eliyahu Parypa / Chabad.org, CC