No food from Jews, social media increases aggressive censorship against non-leftists: Links 2, January 11, 2021

1. ‘I don’t deliver to Jews’: Deliveroo drivers ‘refuse to deliver “Israeli food” to customers’ in France, restaurant owners claim

Two Jewish restaurant owners in France have claimed at least one Deliveroo driver refused to deliver their food.

The restaurant owners have filed a racism complaint against Deliveroo as a result of the courier’s actions.

Prosecutors in the eastern French city of Strasbourg have confirmed that an investigation has been launched.

A police source said that ‘an investigation is underway to identify the suspects’ after the complaints were filed last Thursday.

Raphael Nisand, who is representing both restaurant owners, said: ‘The owners recount basically the same scenario: They prepare an order and the courier asks, “What kind of food is this?” The owner says: “It’s Israeli food”.

‘Then the courier says, “Oh no, I don’t deliver to Jews” and cancels the delivery.’

Nisand also said that he had filed complaints against the couriers as well as Deliveroo on behalf of the Israelite Consistory of the Bas-Rihn department. 

2. Here is a link to the original application by Facebook to the Security Exchange to go public. Have a look at their insistence on fairness and open dialogue.


Facebook was not originally created to be a company. It was built to accomplish a social mission — to make the world more open and connected.

We think it’s important that everyone who invests in Facebook understands what this mission means to us, how we make decisions and why we do the things we do. I will try to outline our approach in this letter.

At Facebook, we’re inspired by technologies that have revolutionized how people spread and consume information. We often talk about inventions like the printing press and the television — by simply making communication more efficient, they led to a complete transformation of many important parts of society. They gave more people a voice. They encouraged progress. They changed the way society was organized. They brought us closer together.

Today, our society has reached another tipping point. We live at a moment when the majority of people in the world have access to the internet or mobile phones — the raw tools necessary to start sharing what they’re thinking, feeling and doing with whomever they want. Facebook aspires to build the services that give people the power to share and help them once again transform many of our core institutions and industries.

There is a huge need and a huge opportunity to get everyone in the world connected, to give everyone a voice and to help transform society for the future. The scale of the technology and infrastructure that must be built is unprecedented, and we believe this is the most important problem we can focus on.

We hope to strengthen how people relate to each other.

Even if our mission sounds big, it starts small — with the relationship between two people.

Personal relationships are the fundamental unit of our society. Relationships are how we discover new ideas, understand our world and ultimately derive long-term happiness.

At Facebook, we build tools to help people connect with the people they want and share what they want, and by doing this we are extending people’s capacity to build and maintain relationships.

People sharing more — even if just with their close friends or families — creates a more open culture and leads to a better understanding of the lives and perspectives of others. We believe that this creates a greater number of stronger relationships between people, and that it helps people get exposed to a greater number of diverse perspectives.

By helping people form these connections, we hope to rewire the way people spread and consume information. We think the world’s information infrastructure should resemble the social graph — a network built from the bottom up or peer-to-peer, rather than the monolithic, top-down structure that has existed to date. We also believe that giving people control over what they share is a fundamental principle of this rewiring.

We have already helped more than 800 million people map out more than 100 billion connections so far, and our goal is to help this rewiring accelerate.

We hope to improve how people connect to businesses and the economy.

We think a more open and connected world will help create a stronger economy with more authentic businesses that build better products and services.

As people share more, they have access to more opinions from the people they trust about the products and services they use. This makes it easier to discover the best products and improve the quality and efficiency of their lives.

There is a ton more of this gobledigook on that link. Pat, who dug this up, tells us that the Twitter application reads about the same.

3. Germany and France Oppose Trump’s Twitter Exile

Germany and France attacked Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. after U.S. President Donald Trump was shut off from the social media platforms, in an extension of Europe’s battle with big tech.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel objected to the decisions, saying on Monday that lawmakers should set the rules governing free speech and not private technology companies.

“The chancellor sees the complete closing down of the account of an elected president as problematic,” Steffen Seibert, her chief spokesman, said at a regular news conference in Berlin. Rights like the freedom of speech “can be interfered with, but by law and within the framework defined by the legislature — not according to a corporate decision.”

4. Facebook digitally thugs Ron Paul

5. According to Ontario Premiere, Doug Ford, hospitals being overwhelmed in Ontario means 1 Covid ICU patient PER HOSPITAL (on average)

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14 Replies to “No food from Jews, social media increases aggressive censorship against non-leftists: Links 2, January 11, 2021”

  1. 2. The internet has islam, Socialism, and Sexualism working in the guise of Peace – all on websites and chatrooms – protecting the Muhammadans, Communists and pedophiles behind them. They are the happy-face doorways to hell. Sliding away from a self-consciousness, a search for meaning, to Collectivism and radicalization.

    Now, if a child were exposed to these, you’d help them right? Target their websites that support hatred of the kufar, capitalist and breeders. Protect the child from the internet, like a ban from watching TV unaccompanied. Change their school. Regularly take their child out together. Join them into activity groups of interest. And if not, charge the parents for child neglect.

    To identify the reason, how adults all around have glazed eyes and their utopian societies that will tear apart any bright-eyed from amongst them. These abused children, who become child abusers.

    “His father, a quantity surveyor, and mother were worried about their son being ‘labelled’ after he showed autistic tendencies, according to medical reports produced before his sentencing.

    Having been searching for extremist material since he was 12, Reed was referred to the Government’s Prevent deradicalisation programme two years later.

    By then, he was using a portrait of Rhodesia’s 1970s white leader Ian Smith as his Facebook profile and had set up a Twitter profile named ‘Mosley was right’ – a reference to British 1930s fascist leader Oswald Mosley.

    In one post he claimed Hitler started the Second World War to protect German lives and branded Winston Churchill a ‘war-monger’. In another, he argued national socialism ‘promotes order and Christian values’.”

    Simply magnifing the voices from his school chums and hearsay from their parents, unable to sort them out, and no father to deconstruct at bathtime with a book hearing the unsolicited magic words, “daddy, at school today…”. So by twelve, they have a pretty rounded outlook.

    In islam, Socialism, and Sexscrewality, every child is treated as an adult. Open dialogue for them, is a Hate Crime.

  2. 3. “Germany and France attacked Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. after U.S. President Donald Trump was shut off from the social media platforms, in an extension of Europe’s battle with big tech.”

    A realization that if they can do it to Trump, they will do it to them. That they will, one day be accused of Hate Crimes by a bigger Devil that they had handed their reigns over to. No pit is too deep.

  3. Sounds as though the staff could vaccinate in a rotation because of the two-week window before the vaccine becomes effective. Half to get it now, and be paid not to work; then come back so that the other half can receive vaccines. No one likes to pay someone not to work, but the more residents who die prematurely, the fewer staff are needed and the less income the facility receives. That poor nursing home is a useful piece of data.

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