Facebook Acting As The Thought Police

This weekend, acting like the thought police in Orwell’s book 1984, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS), which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.

The Benghazi story i.e. president Obamas failure to send help to a U.S. diplomat and a couple of Navy Seals while they were being murdered, and the lies and cover-up that followed is a huge story and one that should be explored fully, but clearly Facebook disagrees. Not only do they disagree, the powers that be at Facebook will punish you by suspending your account if you espouse ANY views that run counter to their globalist goals.

Their decision to attack freedom of speech speaks volumes about their politics and their willingness to wield their power and to promote their world view and globalist goals at the expense of the truth, individual freedom and liberty.

Its sad that something like Facebook that could be used as a tool to uncover truth, to further mans knowledge and to improve mans condition is instead being used by the power elite to hide the truth, to not allow it to be explored and to expand the police state.

It may seem an overstatement to equate Facebooks actions with the Thought Police from Orwell’s 1984, but I don’t think so. Facebook is in its infancy as a listening device or the “ears” of Big Brother hearing the thoughts and wishes of the population for the eventual purpose of that information being used against the population. The “ears” are being merged with the “eyes” of Google Earth, Google Search, and Apples “location services” as well as other systems to keep close watch on the population lest the elite lose their power over us.

The information gathered about its users is currently being used to shape the battlefield of ideas and to promote a collectivist, statist, and globalist viewpoint. So any information (like a socialist president caught in a lie) that supports a conservative or libertarian viewpoint will not be tolerated on sites like Facebook.

So… do yourself a favor; punch big brother in the nose and ditch your Facebook account.

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