Facebook says posting about dietary supplements is a “violation,” but issuing death threats against conservatives is a-okay By Ethan Huff
Just when we thought that Big Tech couldn’t get any more blatantly hypocritical with its “community standards,” Facebook comes along and issues a new policy stating that it’s now okay to issue death threats against people you don’t like online, just so long as they’re conservatives.
According to Facebook’s new rules, which directly violate its old rules, leftists on Facebook are free to incite violence against people whom they deem as “dangerous individuals,” including Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars, who was banned both from Facebook and the Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram back in May.
Watson says that Facebook tried to justify this censorship by deeming him a “dangerous individual,” even though the company couldn’t provide Watson with any examples as to why. Not long after that, Facebook issued a “Do not post” memorandum warning that calls for “high-severity” violence on its platform are off limits “unless the target is an organization or individual covered in the Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy.”
Even though Watson has never done anything other than use wit and humor to share his opinions via social media, Facebook says he’s “dangerous,” and thus a permitted target for leftist hatred and violence, however it should manifest itself.
“This is a crime in the United Kingdom under the 1988 Malicious Communications Act which states, ‘Any person who sends to another person a letter, electronic communication or article of any description which conveys … a threat … is guilty of an offence,'” Watson writes.
“The largest social media company in the world with over 2 billion users literally says it’s fine to incite violence against me, despite this being illegal,” he adds.
Facebook and the rest of Silicon Valley are openly engaged in treason, and need to be held accountable for their crimes against humanity
Meanwhile, Facebook is taking aggressive action against news sources like Natural News that share truth about health and wellness from an independent perspective – because living naturally is apparently also “dangerous,” according to Facebook.
As you may already know, Natural News, just like Watson, was recently banned from Facebook for allegedly violating the Silicon Valley giant’s “community standards,” which now include engaging in any type of free speech that Facebook finds “offensive.”
“The techno-fascists, including Wikipedia, have decided that no speech that questions any official narrative will be allowed on any platform,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.
“Anyone who questions the safety of toxic vaccines, 5G cell towers, geoengineering, chemotherapy or glyphosate weed killer chemicals is now maliciously attacked, smeared and de-platformed. You’re not even allowed now to talk about nutrition, anti-cancer foods or nutritional supplements without being labeled a ‘vitamin’ website accused of pushing fake cures.”
As for Watson, he’ll likely continue to receive death threats with Facebook’s blessing, especially as he pursues legal action against the company for violating British law not only with regards to the 1988 Malicious Communications Act, but also in refusing to procure information Watson has requested from the company about what’s been posted and shared about him on the platform.
“Two months ago, via my lawyers, I filed a Subject Access Request demanding Facebook turn over all information relating to me,” Watson writes. “Facebook has yet to respond to this request, despite it being a legal requirement to respond within 30 days.”
“If and when Facebook ever responds to this legal demand, the next step will be to begin litigation proceedings,” he adds.
Natural News similarly awaits its own opportunity to pursue justice against Facebook and the rest of the tech giants for infringing upon our collective right to free speech, as protected under the First Amendment.
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