The Intercept: Facebook’s Secret Blacklist of “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations”

Comrade Megan Squire is upset that I am not on the list.

I have no desire to be on Facebook though which is nothing but Jewish spyware. I didn’t enjoy the experience when I was on there. It is not a secure platform. Antifa use it to gather open source intelligence to dox and harm people who divulge too much information about their personal lives.

The Intercept:

“TO WARD OFF accusations that it helps terrorists spread propaganda, Facebook has for many years barred users from speaking freely about people and groups it says promote violence.

The restrictions appear to trace back to 2012, when in the face of growing alarm in Congress and the United Nations about online terrorist recruiting, Facebook added to its Community Standards a ban on “organizations with a record of terrorist or violent criminal activity.” This modest rule has since ballooned into what’s known as the Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy, a sweeping set of restrictions on what Facebook’s nearly 3 billion users can say about an enormous and ever-growing roster of entities deemed beyond the pale. …”

If you are on Facebook, delete your account.

What do you need to be on there for anyway? Do you need to be on there to redpill and radicalize Boomers? If anything is true, they have become more radicalized since Trump lost and we were all banned years ago. The Left radicalizes these people through their actions.

Note: I’m dying from laughter reading this list.

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27 Comments

  1. Why do evil human beings care weather or not they are hated? There is nothing wrong with hating immorality and nothing wrong with hating those who defy Gods laws. Silencing the hate is protecting evil. And who supports that?

  2. That Megan name is a dead give away. Irish blood loves the attack and loves the attack on the innocent. Why can’t the Irish mind their own business? What is it about them that make them want to attack innocent people who have different opinions than their own? They are not like us and they sure as hell are not Christian.

  3. I’ve never heard of most of the listed, but will assume they aren’t ‘terrorists’ of the Islamic or BLM calibre?
    Would they all happen to be………….waysis YT’s, and only that demographic by any chance? M hmm. Talk about a balanced, non biased list there……
    Megan Squire and all of pantifa belong on the list imo.

  4. Reading that Sam Biddle’s feed is bizarre. It’s full of “wow just wow” complaints about organizations (ones he he obviously favors) being on the Facebook shitlist, like “It’s Going Down” and a few commie groups, and overblown concernposting about too high of a ratio between Muslim terrorists and American right wingers. (Too many of the former and few of the latter).

    In other words, instead of just reporting about it in even the most remotely unbiased way, his assumption is that Facebook is somehow protecting right wingers while punishing leftists, which any person can see is absurd. If ANYTHING, Facebook has made a half-assed attempt at eliminating the perceived “fringe” on both sides, to appear neutral. For these journalist activist, NEUTRALITY IS FASCISM. They’ve completely lost all perspective.

  5. Leftist shitlibs putting their political opponents on what amounts to a proscription list and being done by the same crowd whining about McCarthyism to this day.

    • Except that Sen. Joe McCarthy was fundamentally correct about Communists having infiltrated the U.S. (and British) governments. The reason he was mocked and his charges never rebutted was because he was correct and any attempt to rebut the Senator’s charges would have just shined an even brighter light on the truth that Sen. McCarthy was correct.

      The arrests and convictions of Alger Hiss and the Rosenbergs (Julius & Ethel) were examples of the threat of Communist infiltration from the 1930’s onward. Alger Hiss forwarded copies of classified State Dept. policy papers to the USSR. The Rosenbergs et al. sent copies of detailed technical data to the USSR about building atomic bombs and enriching U238 > U235. This gave the USSR scientists a shortcut and saved scarce resources that enabled the USSR to explode an atomic bomb in 1949. U.S. estimates were that the USSR would not be able to develop their own bomb until 1955 – 1960 without outside help.

      The Rosenbergs also sent schematics, mechanical drawings and even one example of the proximity fuse, stolen off of the production line at Emerson Radio Corp. where Julius worked to the USSR. The proximity fuse made anti-aircraft guns much more effective at shooting down airplanes and was also used against ground troops by field artillery. The proximity fuse was the second highest priority war project in 1943 behind the Manhattan Project. The USSR supplied large numbers of proximity fuses to N. Korean/Chinese forces during the Korean War leading to the deaths of numerous U.S. and allied troops.

      In 1946 a Soviet cipher clerk in Canada defected and told the RCMP, UK and U.S. intelligence officers that Soviet cipher clerks were reusing ‘one time pads’ used for encrypting messages between Soviet embassies and the USSR. Reusing ‘one time pads’ made it possible for the “unbreakable” Soviet cipher system to now be broken.

      U.S. Army Signal Corps officers had saved all Soviet message traffic between the U.S. and the USSR starting in 1939. A top secret project code named “Venona” was started in 1943 to decode these Soviet messages. The results of Venona were that Sen. McCarthy underestimated the severity of the espionage problem, that the Rosenbergs and Alger Hiss were guilty and there were Communist spies throughout the Government. Venona was declassified after the Cold War ended and Soviet archives released after the Cold War confirmed much of Venona.

      https://www.nsa.gov/portals/75/documents/about/cryptologic-heritage/historical-figures-publications/publications/coldwar/venona_story.pdf

  6. Look at the positive side. They do not even pretend anymore and this mean that they have no ideas how to fight back and keep their power.

    This shit looks like German Battle of Bulge in 1944-1945. Desperate all out attack without any explanation what they may actually win. Those tiny fuel supplies Germans hoped to conquer had no relevance of the outcome of war whatsoever.

    Looks like Global Elite is as brain dead as German leaders when they planned their offensive.

    • The Ardennes Offensive was exclusively Hitler’s idea. In his memoirs after the war General Guderian expressed regret that Hitler was allowed to appoint himself supreme military commander.

      • According to WWII expert historian Mark Weber of The Institute of Historical Review, Hitler was more often chose the correct plans of operation than Wehrmacht generals and field marshals. The only valid criticism of Hitler’s strategy was is that he was too conservative. He was more of a mindset of capturing resources and siege than blitzkrieg. No doubt, his experience from WWI had an influence.

      • Guderian’s memoirs are gold. And he had a full division outside of Berlin when they tried to kill Hitler. So did Rommel, who was the leader of the Generals Plot. Unfortunately, Von Stauffenberg proved a coward, and botched the bombing attempting to save himself.

        Thousands were killed in reprisals. Rommel was judged too popular to arrest. They sidetracked him, and assassanated him later.

        But Guderian was the real fox. He talked his way out of it!!! And he fought to the end, watching Hitler deliberately ( in Guderian’s view) destroy Prussia and Pomerania.

        He was also convinced Hitler’s regime was filled with traitors. We now know he was right, the traitors went to the top. Right to Bormann, the real leader, Hitler’s handler from the very beginning.

        • Canaris, the head of German intelligence was a traitor, ffs. I don’t think Von Stauffenberg was a coward. Someone moved the briefcase from where he had correctly placed it.

  7. HW? A dangerous individual? He is the mildest, more even-tempered fellow I know of!

    I hate to admit it but Browning might have a point about those Micks. We had some living next door to us in the suburbs of Boston – the Droogans. They were much worse than the Epsteins, who lived across the street.

  8. For what it’s worth, when faceberg didn’t pay the fine the Russian government imposed on them for violating Russian law, faceberg was temporarily removed from the internet recently.

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