Editorial by Senior Pastor Don Roy Hemingway Th.D.
Mark Zuckerberg is a first class, grade “A” numero uno stinking dirt bag of Mammoth proportions, he is a terrorist supporter and Palestinian anti peace broker and he pays homage to the Supreme ‘Scum Bag’ leader of Iran and that liberal ‘dirt bag’ of all dirt bags, Barrack Insane Obama. Zuckerberg runs facebook like the Nazis ran Auschwitz and Birkenau and now, this unconscionable bastard of all bastards, refuses to remove posts from facebook, which deny the holocaust and support Nazi ideology. However, if you criticise any of his pet Muslim scum bags, who commit rape and murder on a daily basis, you will be banned from using facebook, or as they say, thrown in facebook Jail, I am currently serving 30 days because zuckerbastard doesn’t like it, when I tell the whole world that Islam is all about deviant sex and every form of debauchery or refer to murdering Palestinians as ‘Low Life scum bag Murderers’. Remember brothers and sisters, when this liberal madness which is currently gripping the Western democracies comes to an end and our freedom of right and open speech have been returned to the people, Zuckerbastard is a Nazi and just like the Nazis at the end of WWII, this evil rat must be hanged by the neck until he be dead, dead, dead! (Or until he cheers up)
Zuckerberg reiterated his unwillingness to remove Holocaust denial from Facebook in the name of freedom of expression.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday tried to clarify what he meant when he said that his company would not remove posts or sites denying the Holocaust.
“I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive, and I absolutely didn’t intend to defend the intent of people who deny that,” Zuckerberg said in an email to Recode’s Kara Swisher on Wednesday.
“Our goal with fake news is not to prevent anyone from saying something untrue — but to stop fake news and misinformation spreading across our services. If something is spreading and is rated false by fact checkers, it would lose the vast majority of its distribution in News Feed. And of course if a post crossed line into advocating for violence or hate against a particular group, it would be removed.”
In an interview with Recode published earlier Wednesday, Zuckerberg said that Facebook does not remove content from far-right conspiracy theory sites because it is committed to “giving people a voice.”
In the interview, Zuckerberg explained what content Facebook would remove from the site and noted that in countries like Myanmar and Sri Lanka, the dissemination of hate speech can have immediate and dire consequences because it could lead to violence against religious minorities.
Moments earlier, he also defended his company’s decision to allow content from the conspiracy site Infowars to be distributed on Facebook.
“The principles that we have on what we remove from the service are: If it’s going to result in real harm, real physical harm, or if you’re attacking individuals, then that content shouldn’t be on the platform,” he said.
“There’s a lot of categories of that that we can get into, but then there’s broad debate.”
Swisher challenged Zuckerberg.
“‘Sandy Hook didn’t happen’ is not a debate,” she said, referring to the Connecticut school massacre in 2012, which Infowars has spread conspiracy theories about. “It is false. You can’t just take that down?”
Zuckerberg countered that the context of the remark mattered.
“I also think that going to someone who is a victim of Sandy Hook and telling them, ‘Hey, no, you’re a liar’ — that is harassment, and we actually will take that down,” he said.
Zuckerberg brought up the Holocaust.
“But over all, let’s take this whole closer to home,” he continued.
‘I don’t think they’re intentionally getting it wrong’
“I’m Jewish, and there’s a set of people who deny that the Holocaust happened. I find that deeply offensive. But at the end of the day, I don’t believe that our platform should take that down because I think there are things that different people get wrong. I don’t think that they’re intentionally getting it wrong.”
Swisher interrupted him: “In the case of the Holocaust deniers, they might be, but go ahead.”
“It’s hard to impugn intent and to understand the intent,” Zuckerberg responded, adding that he also gets things wrong when he speaks publicly, and other public figures do as well.
“I just don’t think that it is the right thing to say, ‘We’re going to take someone off the platform if they get things wrong, even multiple times,’” he said.
Instead, Facebook would allow the content to exist on its site, but would move it down in the News Feed so that fewer users see it, he said.
The remarks sparked backlash from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and others.
“Holocaust denial is a willful, deliberate and longstanding deception tactic by anti-Semites that is incontrovertibly hateful, hurtful, and threatening to Jews,” Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement on Wednesday.
“Facebook has a moral and ethical obligation not to allow its dissemination. ADL will continue to challenge Facebook on this position and call on them to regard Holocaust denial as a violation of their community guidelines,” he concluded.
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