I warned you back in December that Facebook was becoming Sharia Book. Criticism of Islam would be censored and anti-refugee ideas would be silenced. Lo and behold, Facebook started doing exactly that.
Now, we have more reason for concern. While Zuckerberg's support for censorship was revealed in a pathetic post about a fake anti-Muslim backlash in the wake of the California and Paris terror attack, his newest post is calling for mass migration.
He posted to Facebook, “I’m traveling to Europe again next month!
I’ll start my trip in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, where I’ll be talking with Jessi Hempel about Internet.org and our plans to use solar-powered planes, satellites and lasers to connect the world.
After that I’ll travel to Berlin for a Townhall Q&A in one of my favorite cities in the world. More than 27 million people use Facebook in Germany, and it’s inspiring to serve a country that in my lifetime showed the power of community to tear down walls.”
There's nothing really of note yet with the exception of the last paragraph. The power to tear down walls? He's not talking about Ronald Reagan's famous 'Tear Down This Wall' quote from a speech in West Berlin. He's talking about borders.
Zuckerberg has been cozy with Angela Merkel before. Who can forget the hot microphone incident where he was caught vocally telling Merkel of his plans to censor anti-refugee dialogue on the social media giant.
His praise of Germany should be concerning to anyone. But that's not all.
It's this paragraph from his post that should be a warning. The biggest, most glaring one of all.
“In the last year we’ve seen how connectivity can be a tool for addressing important challenges -- like organizing support around the refugee crisis. Europe is the cultural leader in determining whether the world will become more open and connected, or more closed and isolated. Its culture shapes the whole world.”
Calling Europe the world leader in openness is true – after all, look at how Sweden has transformed with mass migration. Look at Germany. Look at England. Look at all these countries who have felt the slow burn of multiculturalism through their hearts.
Determining whether 'the world will become more open and connected' isn't about Facebook. It's not about the internet. It's about society as a whole.
A global culture of openness – a world without borders and passports. That's what Zuckerberg is showing his support for. And with the power of Facebook at his disposal and the ideals of censorship firmly implanted within his mind and the company, look for other ideas to be muted.
Zuckerberg has previously stated his support for amnesty and illegal immigrants. It's not some secret that's he's a left-wing globalist.
But what's worrying is that he has the power to influence change and manipulate how we receive information. As Facebook grows, so too does his reach over the uninformed.
And there's no alternative. Facebook has become something people rely on to communicate online. It's become the only app elderly people use to keep in touch with their children. We're past the age of getting someone's phone number to reach out to them. It has been, for some time, an 'add me on Facebook' age.
Be prepared for more censorship. I don't know when it will come, but probably in slow doses until finally, all that's left is one ideology. His.
The question is, what are we going to do about it?