Mike Evans set up a Facebook page known as the “Jerusalem prayer Group.” Evans did the nice thing of leading the page’s followers, which reached nearly 80 million, in daily prayers for the safety of the people of Israel.
Suddenly the page was shut down. HotAir reports “in what Evans described as a coordinated act of cyberterrorism, the site was flooded with hundreds of thousands of hateful comments, most antisemitic in nature and some featuring Nazi pictures and propaganda, leading to complaints that his site was hosting hate speech. (Even though it was all in the comments.) So, Facebook shut him down, potentially permanently.”
The New York Posts reported:
Facebook shut down a pro-Israel page that reportedly had 77 million followers, after a “cyber terrorism” campaign by “radical Islamic” groups — who coordinated to target it with hate speech, its founder said.
“Jerusalem Prayer Group” founder Mike Evans claimed that critics bombarded the site with “more than a million” comments — and then said they had never posted to the site, CBN reported.
“There was an organized attempt by radical Islamic organizations to achieve this objective,” Evans said.
“It was a very clever, deceptive plan by Islamic radicals,” he said.
According to HotAir, when Evans raised his objections with Facebook he was informed that there was ‘no further action’ to be taken, and to “Please consider this decision final.” Facebook charged Evans of “inauthentic behavior” and representatives for the tech company told reporters that Evans’ page has “violated our rules against spam and inauthentic behavior.”
As is being conservative, supporting the existence of Israel is also a big-tech “no no.” As HotAir explains, “Facebook and Twitter have been on a hot streak ever since Hamas resumed its rocket attacks on Israel. Anyone who wants to publicly vent their hatred of Israel, accusing them of ‘war crimes’…is welcome to do so.” But, “if you’re defending Israel – or perhaps even just praying for the safety of the Jews – your page is engaging in ‘inauthentic behavior’ so you’re violating their terms of service.”
Facebook Official: Zuckerberg is “Ruler of 2 Billion People,” Company Should be Broken Up
A top Facebook official was caught on undercover camera saying that the tech company has become too powerful and should be broken up.
A Project Veritas video released yesterday shows Facebook’s Global Planning Lead, Benny Thomas, expressing his concerns over CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s level of power.
“I would break up Facebook, which means I would make less money probably, but I don’t care. Like, that’s what needs to be done. Instagram, Facebook Messenger, Oculus, WhatsApp, they all need to be separate companies. It’s too much power when they’re all one together,” Thomas said in the video.
“Most people don’t understand these things and most people don’t think about them, which is why a lot of [expletive] goes down because a lot of people aren’t paying attention.”
“No king in the history of the world has been the ruler of two billion people, but Mark Zuckerberg is and he’s 36. That’s too much for a 36-year-old. You should not have power over two billion people. I just think that’s wrong,” Thomas continued.
“He [Zuckerberg] owns a controlling stake in the company. So, you can’t do it the usual way that you do it in corporate, which is the board can just fire you, right? The board can’t do that to Zuck. The board can’t do that to Larry Page and Sergey Brin [Google] because they own too much of the company. They’re too powerful. So, these are not companies anymore. These are countries,” he said.
Thomas also said he was part of a voter registration drive through Facebook, where they registered 4.5 million voters and that he thinks it helped Biden win the 2020 race.
“One of the things I worked on, which made me happy, was a voter registration drive. These are the kinds of things – this is the good side of Facebook. This is the kind of thing that you can only do with a company that has the sheer scale and reach of Facebook. We set ourselves a goal of registering four million new people and we went over that target, we did 4.5 [million],” he said.
The undercover Project Veritas journalist replied, “I’m pretty sure he [Biden] won that way. What do you think?” To which Thomas replied “Exactly, I think so, too.”
Watch the shocking video below:
Facebook Says Any Content “In the Voice of President Trump” is Not Allowed on its Platforms
Facebook censored an interview of President Trump, claiming that any content “in the voice of President Trump is not currently allowed on our platforms…”
The video in question was an interview between the former president and his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.
Facebook issued a warning message stating the content will be removed and result in “additional limitations on accounts that posted it.”
Eric Trump posted a screenshot of the message from Facebook on his Twitter account and wrote, “What an absolute slap in the face to 75 million Americans.”
This is Facebook friends! What an absolute slap in the face to 75 Million Americans pic.twitter.com/UtBBhyNgaQ
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) March 31, 2021
According to the message, the Facebook representative reached out to the Trumps after Lara Trump announced her upcoming interview with President Trump, warning them that the interview would be censored if posted on the platform.
“Content posted on Facebook and Instagram in the voice of President Trump is not currently allowed on our platforms (including new posts with President Trump speaking) and will be removed if posted, resulting in additional limitations on accounts that posted it.”
The representative added that the restriction applies to all campaign accounts and “former surrogates” like Lara Trump.
Facebook, along with Twitter, YouTube, Snapchat, and a number of other major tech platforms permanently banned President Trump while he was still in office in January.
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