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How Facebook Marked the 17th Anniversary of 9/11


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FrontPageMag banned from Facebook for 30 days
This is how jihad enabling Facebook censors marked the 17th Anniversary of 9/11 yesterday: They banned FrontPage editor Jamie Glazov for a full month,  all for posting an article about how to prevent another 9/11 from ever happening again.

“It’s against Facebook’s “community standards” to try to stop Jihadist attacks on Americans.”  (This is how jihad enabling Facebook censors marked the 17th Anniversary of 9/11 yesterday: They banned FrontPage editor Jamie Glazov for a full month,  all for posting an article about how to prevent another 9/11 from ever happening again.

“It’s against Facebook’s “community standards” to try to stop Jihadist attacks on Americans.”  (FrontPageMag, Sept. 12, 2018)

Facebook, which has long grovelled at the bottom of the pond scum, has reached an all-time new low, and reached there on the one day of the year when we remember the 3,000 souls who lost their lives to Jihadists and honor the first responders, many of whom lost their lives trying to save the lives of others.

Punishing Frontpagemag by banning it from readership for 30 days?

Not only is Frontpagemag one of the best news sites on the Internet, it reached that high mark due to Glazov’s courageous editorship.

The piece that led to Glazov being Facebook branded as “against community standards” was one in which he tried to remind readers of the necessity of ‘situational awareness’ in these most turbulent of times.

In posting his article, ‘9 Steps to Successfully Counter Jihad’, Glazov believed that the article was more relevant and urgent than ever due to the skyrocketing Jihadist stabbings in Europe—and to the 17th anniversary of 9/11 that was approaching the next day.

Glazov’s was a message that proved to be prescient on Sept. 12 when news came that GOP candidate Rudy Peters survived a knife attack at the Castro Valley Fall Fair

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“But it appears that daring to give suggestions on how our civilization can stop Jihadist attacks and another 9/11 is against Facebook’s ‘community standards’.  (FrontPageMag)

“Frontpage’s editor posted a screenshot of the reprimand that Facebook sent him and then tweeted about it. (See Below).

The article itself outlined nine ways in which Jihad can best be countered. The steps include:

“1. Label the Enemy and Make a Threat Assessment, 3. Stop “Partnering” With Muslim Brotherhood Front Groups, and 5. Launch Our Own Counter-propaganda Campaign.”

“Glazov’s advice also involves the promotion of supporting moderate Muslims—a move that is, clearly, horrifying to Facebook’s masters and therefore also violates their “community standards.”

“No doubt, Glazov’s consistent campaigning on behalf of Muslim women and girls in his efforts to protect them from FGM, Honor Killings and other Sharia barbarities, has gained him the anger and hatred of Facebook’s guardians—who are clearly on the side of the Sharia enforcers and oppressors of Muslim women and girls.”

 

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Social Media has been gung-ho to deprive readers of frontpagemag.com from the get-go, and here’s hoping readers will knock themselves out trying to get to it in spite of Facebook’s latest ban:

“Glazov is no stranger to censorship on social media—especially of the insane variety. In April earlier this year, he was suspended from Facebook for posting screenshots of a Muslim’s threat to him on the platform.” (FrontPageMag)

You read that right, the Muslim threat to him was not against Facebook’s “community standards”, but threatened Glazov screenshots—proof positive of the threat— were automatically banned.

“Glazov has also attempted to write to Facebook to ask what it is specifically that violates Facebook’s “community standards” when a person gives advice on how to best defend American lives from Jihad. But when he tries to send his inquiry, a Facebook announcement appears telling him that his “request” cannot be processed. It appears, therefore, that when you are languishing in the Facebook Gulag, not only are you imprisoned without understanding why, but there is also no way and no one to ask about your fate. (FrontPageMag)

“Islamic blasphemy laws are here—and coming to a neighborhood near you.

We ask everyone to get involved. Please go to Facebook and click on the blue question (“?”) mark on the top-right corner of your Homepage. Then select “Report a Problem” at the very bottom of the box and go to the “General Feedback” section and write in to request that Jamie Glazov’s ban be lifted. You can also do that on Facebook HERE and HERE. Also protest on Twitter:

@facebook

and

@fbnewsroom

—and directly to Mark Zuckerberg: @finkd. And please spread the word and report this outrage to all the media you can.

“And make sure to FOLLOW Jamie Glazov on Facebook as well as on Twitter to strengthen his social media strength in the face of this censorship: @JamieGlazov.

Perhaps patriots can address their ‘Remove Glazov’s Ban’  to Zuckerberg, who admits to a lifelong obsession of murderous Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus as ‘Teaser Disgustus’.


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