Facebook and blatant manipulation of opinion goes back several years at least. Remember Tommy Robinson policy?

Recently, Project Veritas released materials with hidden recordings of Facebook insiders revealing some of the lengths they go to, in order to manipulate public opinion, and force a narrative on the world. This narrative has nothing to do with facts, or public health. What it does have to do with, is a matter of speculation. But what is fact, is that Facebook has been doing this for years and years. Covertly and overtly.

While discussing the Project Veritas materials with a colleague, a memory of a Danish TV interview with the top man for Facebook in Scandinavia surfaced, where overtly, not on hidden camera, but right there at a news desk, in front of all of Denmark, on TV, he explained that Facebook had a policy whereby Tommy Robinson was banned from the platform, and anyone who posted anything of his would be blocked or banned, and no supportive posts would be tolerated. But, the Facebook executive explained, anything bad someone wanted to say about Tommy Robinson would be allowed. And presumably promoted.

This needs to be added to the recent Project Veritas materials on Facebook for a more complete understanding of the true hideousness that make up the Zuckerberg organization.

This clip was translated and published sometime before September, 2019:

Here are the new Project Veritas materials on Facebook’s deceptiveness and manipulations.

Documents here.

 

About Eeyore

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

3 Replies to “Facebook and blatant manipulation of opinion goes back several years at least. Remember Tommy Robinson policy?”

  1. FACEBOOK: two years ago, I wrote three paragraphs of four lines each about the change of gender therapy. Those three paragraphs concluded with waiting till the child is 18-years old to make its own decision.

    FB jailed me for 24 hours.

    The next day, Washington Times published a long piece that I had summarized in three paragraphs the day before. So, I sent the link to FB.

    What did FB do? They gave me an additional 18-hour suspension. Then, to have access to my account, FB asked for very personal info with proof of address.

    And that was when I shut down my FB account.

    Facebook has been heavily censoring since Donald J. Trump came into office. It’s an ideological platform. It is fine for exchanging kitchen recipes and sending family photos, nothing more.

    Now, we know FB tracks you when you leave your home with your C-phone. Thus, it has become a spy agency.

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