Two weeks ago, Mark Zuckerberg had a photo op with conservative journalists and swore Facebook was politically neutral.
Now Facebook, along with Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft, have agreed to a speech code to be enforced by the European Union.
It’s focused on countering political resentment about Muslim extremism and mass migration. Instead of cracking down on terrorism, the EU is cracking down on those upset about terrorism.
They call it “illegal hate speech online.” The companies will “prohibit the promotion of incitement to violence and hateful conduct.” What counts as “hateful conduct”?
And not only will they ban anything written that’s not written by a happy person, but they will positively promote their own happy political thoughts.
Don’t be surprised if you type something in Microsoft Word, and their “spell-check for hate” literally won’t let you type bad words like “Muslim terrorist.”
Stay with us — more on this topic with our own Lauren Southern, who was recently suspended from Facebook for 30 days.
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