Facebook Censors Truth About Black Crime
New Jew-instigated censorship rules empower arbitrary bans and deletions by non-White popinjays.
by David Sims
WHEN I LOGGED ON a few weeks ago, I received this message from Facebook:
We removed the post below because it doesn’t follow the Facebook Community Standards.
Text of censored post:
There’s a human-interest story making the rounds just now about how a heroic black former football player, Napoleon Harris, foiled a robbery and helped to apprehend three murder suspects. Most of the news items pertaining to this event are slanted in a way that implies that blacks are typically tough-guy do-gooders. What the news stories usually don’t mention is that the bad guys are also Negroes. I have the names of the three robbers: Lawrence Hines, Malik Mayer, and Stephen Crowe. All three are black. Before trying to rob Napoleon Harris, they murdered a white man named Lester Roy Jones and stole his car.
Message from Facebook:
You’re Temporarily Blocked From Posting
This temporary block will last 7 days, and you won’t be able to post on Facebook until it’s finished.
Please keep in mind that people who repeatedly post things that aren’t allowed on Facebook may have their accounts permanently disabled.
Further message from Facebook:
Please Review the Community Standards
We created the Facebook Community Standards to help make Facebook a safe place for people to connect with the world around them.
Please read the Facebook Community Standards to learn what kinds of posts are allowed on Facebook.
My readers will notice that nothing in my post on Facebook is untrue. Everything that I wrote is factual, and, furthermore, it’s all a matter of public record. No information was disclosed in my post to which anyone might have an expectation of privacy. What I was doing with that post is following up a current events news item by reporting the additional information that the villains of the story, as well as the hero, were Black men.
Furthermore, my post doesn’t even violate Facebook’s Community Standards policy.
• Nothing in my post constitutes a threat to anyone’s safety. I did identify the criminals in the story by name, but I got those names from mainstream media sources.
• Nothing in my post is disrespectful. Although I might have placed disrespectful posts on Facebook a time or two in the past, this isn’t one of them.
• I am one of a minority of Facebook users who actually do use their real name on Facebook, in accordance with the Community Standards. Many users of Facebook use a pseudonym; I do not.
• Finally, although I got my information from a number of mainstream news sources, I didn’t copy anyone else’s work. I repeated the information in my own words, and there was no copyright infringement whatsoever.
In other words, I did not violate Facebook’s Community Standards policy. A moderator of Facebook falsely asserted that I had done so, and that moderator imposed on me an undeserved penalty.
So what I think has happened is that a Black moderator, hired by Facebook, got a little too uppity and full of himself. He decided that he did not approve of a White man pointing out that a news story had made a big deal about a Black who did something good while failing to accord an equal amount of attention to the fact that the same news story involved three Blacks who had done some very bad things. In order to punish me for doing that, this Facebook moderator decided to invent his own set of special rules that restrict speech even more than Facebook’s Community Standards do, and impose on me a punishment of censorship and a 1-week suspension.
I don’t actually know that the person who did this is Black. But Jews are typically rule-followers, even if they do cheat while contriving the rules themselves. Breaking rules, e.g. by exceeding them in order to find fault, is something that Blacks are more likely to do. And, also, the content of the post is typical of SBPDL (Stuff Black People Don’t Like).
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Source: David Sims
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