FaceBook bans Bible passages but is just fine with all the violent, misogynistic, anti-Semitic and anti-Christian passages in the Qur’an.
Facebook also has no problem allowing sexual abuse and exploitation of children on its platforms. In fact, online child sex abuse has soared by 31% in 2020, with at least 13,000,000 disturbing and shocking images of children on Facebook and Instagram.
Not to mention Facebook’s major role in promoting the recent attack on the Capitol as well as all the Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots over the past year.
Facebook is struggling to remove child porn content, but remains ruthlessly efficient at censoring Bible passages.
Representatives from Big Tech Giant, Facebook, known for making overnight changes in policy have announced their newest policy update, which is being viewed as one of the company’s most controversial changes to date.
According to Facebook representative Riker Jepson, the company’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has made the decision to ban all Christian themed content in attempt to celebrate religious diversity while at the same time reducing religious intolerance among the social network’s estimated 1.65 billion monthly active users.
According to Jepson, one of the most frequent complaints made by Facebook users each month is what many of the website’s members describe as religious intolerance or bullying by the social network’s Christian population. Many Facebook users have complained that the website has become “over-saturated” with Christian posts, groups, pages, meme’s, and even Christian themed hashtags.
The company’s developers are currently working to create an algorithm that will alert staff of any content that appears to be related to Christianity. All flagged content will be reviewed by a dedicated team and will be immediately removed if found to be in violation of community standards. According to Jepson, repeated offenders will have their credentials suspended and will no longer have access to their Facebook accounts. Though Jepson estimates their developers will have mastered the necessary algorithm within the next few weeks to ensure compliance with the newest policy update.
Though Facebook will be void of all Christian related content, not all religious themed content will be banned. Several religions will still have free-reign on the social network including but not limited to, Buddhism, Deity, Druid, Eckankar, Ethical Culture, Hindu, Humanist, Jewish, Mormonism, Muslim, Native American Spirituality, New Age, Pagan, Rastafarian, Santeria, Scientologist, Secular, Sikh, Spiritualist, Taoist, and Unitarian Universalist.
FaceBook should be re-named “Satan’s Book.”
Don’t use FaceBook. Particularly do not use the app. It is incredibly intrusive. The only way to stop FaceBook is to get off of it and uninstall from your computer and phone.
The Purge Cometh
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