7 day ban for user as social media censorship scales new heights
Paul Joseph Watson
December 19, 2017
Facebook has slapped a user with a 7 day account suspension for a post in which the individual called for European governments to follow “sensible migration policies”.
The full post reads; “A reminder that the EU, while drowning in their own mess, threatens to punish Poland for failing to meet their “refugee quota”.
“It is time for sensible migration policies that work for the people. It’s not ok to use your own population as a tool for signalling to your peers how virtuous and caring you are.”
The post violated Facebook’s Community Standards on the basis that it attacked someone based on their “race, ethnicity or national origin” and the user was banned for 7 days. Further violations result in permanent account terminations.
While Silicon Valley giants have decried the FCC’s vote to scrap Obama-era rules on net neutrality, such companies continue to enforce their own draconian censorship policies with wanton abandon.
Facebook has developed a reputation for aggressively pursuing critics of mass immigration. Back in 2015 we reported on how the social media giant was working with an organization led by an ex-Stasi agent to oversee a program to identify “xenophobic” posts made on the social networking website and punish people who make them with fines and jail sentences.
In some European countries, people who post criticism of Islam or the migrant influx receive home visits from the police and are given warnings about their conduct.
Earlier this year, a German woman was raided by police and ordered to pay 1300 euro fine for sharing an anti-migrant meme on Facebook.
Following the murder of a 19-year-old woman by an Afghan migrant in Germany, Facebook responded by banning a German woman for “hate speech” because she posted a picture of the murderer.
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This article was posted: Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 12:49 pm