Facebook double standards

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. This image of Muslims hanging Ultra Orthodox Jews, the Useful Idiots protesting with them that Israel should not exist.

    The same for Homosexuals parading alongside Islam, for all people changed into their new identities and names from abuse.

    The same for Socialists welcoming them into their pet-affectionate hearts. To mother the snake.

    Purveyors of death walking amongst the mentally retarded.

  2. So this is ok. Right. Any moron knows that the more of this stuff people see the more desensitized they become. –Why isn’t Zuckerberg charged with a hate crime?

    • The US rightly lacks such a category within the law. Look at the Cornell.edu archive. However, under EEO regulations, if a group ends up being denied services, there is a civil penalty. I am not an attorney.

    • Why isn’t Zuckerberg charged with a hate crime?

      One word: MONEY. Plus, he didn’t actually commit the “hate crime”, he merely facilitated it. Which, according to modern law, should be pretty much the same bloody thing.

      Zuckerberg is an Olympic-sized pool of slime in the tragically über-Liberal swamp of high-tech Liberalism.

      I can also tell you this: Regardless of whatever external, ultra-Democrat, face that so many of these tech giants display for public consumption, you had damn-well better believe that they vote pro-business at every opportunity.

      Google and Facebook are two of the most evil pieces of crap ever to emerge from once-heroic Silicon Valley.

      PS: I’m still looking for your starting essay(s), Johnnyu. Yours is a creative talent that the counterjihad cannot afford to do without. Take that to the bank…

  3. This cartoon deserves a caption:

    “You were only supposed to make the Zionists capitulate!”

    Or

    Islamic Gays Against The Patriarchy.

  4. This is about rules and selective enforcement. At least for me. Not about the cartoon being offensive. It should be allowed. But so should they all unless they violate American 1st amendment limits, such as immediacy or liable laws.

  5. Facebook deems this photo to not violate their terms of hate speech.

    This abject hypocrisy in censorship—not the actual cartoon itself—is why there is a special (pre-assigned) corner in everlasting hell where Zuckerberg will personally be obliged to open, read, and individually respond to every last submission at Facebook throughout the company’s entire history.

    None of which even marginally addresses the extravagant agonies further awaiting this tediously smug bastard for the tremendous psycho-social harm being done to our world’s population by this intentionally addictive and ultimately damaging platform.

      • I wish I could believe in hell.

        Me too, yucki.

        This worldly plane too often seems to fall entirely short when it comes to appropriately excoriating the scumbags that trundle through unscathed.

    • “there is a special (pre-assigned) corner in everlasting hell where Zuckerberg will personally be obliged to open, read, and individually respond to every last submission at Facebook throughout the company’s entire history.”

      While using a dial-up modem, an eight bit computer, with an eight inch green monitor, running Windows ME, without a mouse and the letter “e” missing from the keyboard.

  6. The fact that Facebook’s management doesn’t find an anti-Semitic cartoon offiensive tells us more about Zukerberg then most of us want to know. People like him are a blight on the record of humanity and will never be punished enough to make up for the harm they have caused.

  7. People like him are a blight on the record of humanity and will never be punished enough to make up for the harm they have caused.

    Too right, Richard!!!

    In order to address this in any appropriate measure, I had to compose an entire “Notes from NorseRadish” article for the 12-13-2017 Reader’s Links.

    Speaking as someone who has spent decades in the high-tech industry, vermin like Zuckerberg cannot suffer enough.

    • Well, it is not exactly a reply to that but it is an article about Facebook.
      FACEBOOK
      Former Facebook Exec: ‘You Don’t Realize It But You Are Being Programmed’

      Last month, Facebook’s first president Sean Parker opened up about his regrets over helping create social media as we know it today. “I don’t know if I really understood the consequences of what I was saying, because of the unintended consequences of a network when it grows to a billion or 2 billion people and it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other,” Parker said. “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”

      Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice president of user growth, also recently expressed his concerns. During a recent public discussion at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palihapitiya—who worked at Facebook from 2005 to 2011—told the audience, “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.”

      Some of his comments seem to echo Parker’s concern [emphasis ours]. Parker has said that social media creates “a social-validation feedback loop” by giving people “a little dopamine hit every once in a while, because someone liked or commented on a photo or a post or whatever.”

      Just days after Parker made those comments, Palihapitiya told the Stanford audience, “The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops we’ve created are destroying how society works,” Palihapitiya said. “No civil discourse, no cooperation; misinformation, mistruth. And it’s not an American problem—this is not about Russians ads. This is a global problem.”….
      https://gizmodo.com/former-facebook-exec-you-don-t-realize-it-but-you-are-1821181133

      • … Palihapitiya—who worked at Facebook from 2005 to 2011—told the audience, “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.”

        Dear kathy, please know that I cannot thank you enough for this authenticated view into (what I consider to be) one of the most destructive technological trends of this new century.

        That a former, long-term, Facebook executive (like Palihapitiya) would come forth and so explicitly connect this Social Media platform to both tremendous societal harm and—almost more astonishingly—the concept of quasi-calibrated dopamine release is nothing short of amazing.

        Please view this splendid satirical image by the ironic artist, John Holcroft. In a single frame, he NAILS the entire dopamine-related, closed loop cycle that Facebook milks like the last cow on the farm.

        Additionally, please consider visiting Charles Faraone’s website, The Dopamine Project. His contention that humans are dopamine addicts—especially in this constantly manipulated environment of un-deferred gratification, media-based sensorium—has become all-the-more pertinent in light of increasingly efficacious (licit and illicit) drugs that control the release of this powerful neurotransmitter.

        For example, one ingestion of crack cocaine generates an almost unrestricted dopamine release. Some clinicians have declared it to be (much like alcohol) physically addictive after a single use.

        Given the (easily anticipated) role that Internet activity plays in modern life, it requires little imagination to visualize just how habituating Social Media might become. Particularly so for individuals who are susceptible with respect to critical issues like self-esteem, worthiness, or likeability.

        In this aspect—as I have repeatedly noted—Facebook and other Social Media platforms (including this very website) pose a serious issue for those who are most vulnerable.

        SIDEBAR: I would be seriously remiss to omit mention of how Eeyore makes a specific policy of engaging directly opposing viewpoints at this forum. By avoiding the “Echo Chamber” effect, there is injected at Vlad Tepes Blog a more-than-healthy note of respectable debate and philosophical examination.

        None of which changes the psychotically insane evil of people like Mark Zuckerberg and his ilk. Purposefully pandering to the most crippling weaknesses of predisposed—or otherwise vulnerable—individuals, in order to map (and profit from) diagrammatizing their psychological and commercial is nothing short of predatory.

        Please be sure that none of this absolves the individual responsibility which every web surfer (or ordinary “meat-space” human) bears each time that they log on or step outside. Just as with gambling, drugs, sex, and a host of other potentially habituating human activities, each person must shoulder the burden of self-regulation.

        All the same, that we now live in an era where mega-corporations frequently do their absolute, level best to defeat honorable people—even those with the most well-defined and determined efforts at keeping to the path of right conduct—is something that damns so many of these globalist, multinational, profiteering blood-suckers straight to hell.

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