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Jul 02 2021

Facebook Asks About Your “Extremist” Friends

We have known for some time that Facebook collects too much information on us. But for leftists, too much is never enough. Facebook now asks users to report it when they encounter “extremism” β€” i.e., countermoonbattery.

Via Post Millennial:

There appear to be two different messages that certain Facebook users are receiving. One message asks “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?”

The other message comes to users by their names, and states “You may have been exposed to harmful extremist content recently,” going on to state that “Violent groups try to manipulate your anger and disappointment. You can take action now to protect yourself and others.”

Both messages feature a “Get Support” button. Presumably, clicking on it puts you through to Big Tech’s extragovernmental version of East Germany’s Stasi.

Whether the information collected remains extragovernmental is doubtful.

Consider that Joe Biden, the Pentagon, the FBI, and the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice have all explicitly stated that “white supremacy” is their greatest security concern. Then consider that among the liberal ruling class, “extremism” means the same thing as “white supremacy”: opposition to the Democratic Party and its leftist ideology.

Collecting information on thought criminals isn’t the only goal. Facebook is trying to scare dissidents. Under Democrat rule, America increasingly resembles communist China. If you get a message like this in China, you know the next time they catch you looking at forbidden websites, you will be on your way to a concentration camp in Xinjiang province:

Big Tech was instrumental in helping Biden’s handlers secure power. With their success, totalitarianism is no longer an ominous specter on the horizon; it has arrived. Now it is just a matter of how quickly leftists can consolidate their power, and what they will do with it. Students of history know that it will not be used benevolently.

On tips from Wiggins, Mr. Freemarket, and KirklesWorth. Hat tip: Twitchy.


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