Face­book Part­ners with Sin­is­ter Think Tank to Shape Pub­lic Opin­ion

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If you had any doubts about Face­book’s in­ten­tions, you can now let go of them and firmly ac­cept that Face­book does not serve the needs of its users but has aligned it­self with dark forces to hurt you and your fam­ily.

In its lat­est be­trayal of users, Face­book has part­nered with the At­lantic Coun­cil, a sin­is­ter Wash­ing­ton-based think tank/pro­pa­ganda fac­tory whose prin­ci­pal fund­ing comes from the war and oil in­dus­tries and other op­pres­sive forces with de­struc­tive agen­das.

In Face­book’s press re­lease about the de­ci­sion, it said it will make use of the At­lantic Coun­cil’s Dig­i­tal Foren­sic Re­search Lab to “work closely with our se­cu­rity and prod­uct teams to get Face­book re­al­time in­sights and up­dates on emerg­ing threats and dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paigns from around the world.”

To the war in­dus­try, “emerg­ing threats” refers to peace and ex­po­sure of war crimes, and to the oil in­dus­try, it is clean en­ergy, pub­lic ex­po­sure of oil spills and the im­pact of burn­ing fos­sil fu­els.

To the At­lantic Coun­cil, “dis­in­for­ma­tion” means truth­ful in­for­ma­tion that coun­ters the pro­pa­ganda and so­cial en­gi­neer­ing of its fi­nan­cial sup­port­ers or which might di­min­ish their prof­its.

There is no rea­son for Face­book to part­ner with the At­lantic Coun­cil for foren­sic ca­pa­bil­i­ties be­cause theirs al­ready far ex­ceed any­thing the At­lantic Coun­cil could ever have and they have ac­cess to in­fin­itely more in­for­ma­tion. But, the Face­book state­ment sounds good to most users and these days that is what re­ally counts be­cause so few peo­ple ac­tu­ally have the ca­pac­ity think and con­sider such state­ments from a crit­i­cal per­spec­tive.

In real words with­out a dou­ble mean­ing, Face­book has part­nered with an in­ter­na­tional crim­i­nal elite to in­flu­ence how you think and feel so that this elite can in­crease their power and con­trol over you. What is there to not like about that?

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