This is an original translation by Ava Lon with much thanks
“Open Censorship of Disliked People”
There are fan sites for companies, products, bands, artists, clubs, parties or politicians. Beatrix von Storch has such a thing. If someone is a fan of a page, and presses the “like” button, he gets the messages of the page displayed in his messages. Von Storch has currently – as of 11.11.2014, 2 pm – 3,939 fans. The number of possible fans is infinite and is not limited by anything.
Messages cannot be sent with a fanpage. An advantage from a marketing point of view, however, is that fanpages like “normal” websites are public – and thus also relevant to search engines. Private profiles can only be viewed by people who are registered on Facebook.
The message from the profile-blocking now provides for lively discussions on the Von-Storch-Fanpage. “I feel like it’s Democracy à la CDU”, writes a Joachim Klockhaus. A Dennis Lehmann says: “Open censorship of disliked people.”[they are being censored]
And a “Valentina Icannottellyou” tries to uplift the “dear Beatrix von Storch”and give her courage: “You are a citizen and a human like everyone else … everybody has the right to open an FB account … you too have family, friends and acquaintances with whom you would like to stay in touch .. in this case you use FB. ”