Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook declares war on conservatism
Conservative thought on Facebook is being constantly censored under the watchful eyes of its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. Complaints concerning this liberal giant are spread over thousands of internet pages. They have one theme in common, the greatest majority of them are from conservative minded individuals. Zuckerberg’s henchmen carefully monitor zillions of pages that make up Facebook. They go into attack mode when they sense a conservative page or in the event a conservative posts his or her ideas on several other pages. With minimal warning, the conservative commentator is blocked from commenting on others pages from days to weeks. Facebook’s excuse is these individuals or groups are spamming others. Diligently reviewing this issue, the evidence leans away from Facebook’s claims. In the last several days, my account came under assault from Facebook’s Ministry of Selected Truth. Since I have no commercial interests to relate to others, this could not be the reason for their assertions of spamming. Yet my conservative bent may have annoyed someone out there in liberal-land, who may have reported one of my posts as spam. In an attempt to clear my good name, I contacted Facebook, but to no avail. The management will not condescend to discuss any issues with us mere plebeians. Without resolution, my Facebook account is nearly worthless, because I am not allowed to comment on others pages. Censorship’s evil grip has infected Facebook. Its unkind grasp is aimed at only one group, conservatives. Several internet searches failed to find any liberals complaining of Facebook’s dirty hands on their pages. Recently, Mark Zuckerberg was seen with the President for several photo-ops, energizing the public’s mind of his political penchant. Knowledge of Facebook’s compliance with the government is even more profound because it provides this bureaucracy with information on users with the touch of a button. Facebook’s transformation into a very cooperative extended arm of the government is chilling because of the enormous amount of data it has collected on its users. Knowing that it monitors conservative thought and its hierarchy is close with the present Administration is very troubling. These facts alone should be a red light for anyone using its pages. A wise user of Facebook should post minimal information about themselves on this site. A wiser person would move on. Mark Davis MD, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.healthnetsreviewservices.com Author of Demons of Democracy and the forthcoming book, Obamacare: Dead on Arrival, A Prescription for Disaster.