Facebook Bans Mention of Tommy Robinson

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Facebook’s latest updated “community standards” seem to preclude even the mention of Tommy Robinson’s name.

Violators of the rule may have their posts summarily taken down, and their accounts suspended.

This site openly condones cyberwar and hack attacks against Facebook and all Pro Islamic sites and Social Media Platforms

4 THOUGHTS ON “DON’T EVEN MENTION TOMMY’S NAME!”

  1. Mike from Brooklyn on September 30, 2019 at 12:25 am said:Facebook = nazis & communists all rolled into one. There is not a one of them that Tommy can’t beat in a one on one debate about Islam!Mark Zuberberg’s foot soldiers have to be either the most ignorant or scuzzy (or something that sounds like that) people on earth because people simply can’t be that dumb. Who do they think are blowing up people all over the world?Mike from BrooklynReply ↓
  2. Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY) on September 30, 2019 at 1:42 am said:https://smarthistory.org/damnatio-memoriae/Reply ↓
  3. Astraea on September 30, 2019 at 10:20 am said:Thank you Mark of West Seneca NY for the Smart History link.As Twain said: ‘History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.’To fellow Brooklynite Mike, I think we are dealing with a combo of ‘willed ignorance and scuzzines,’ but also something mysterious that will take future historians (if we have any) many hours of effort to work out.Reply ↓
  4. Linda Hall on October 2, 2019 at 10:54 am said:I run a Facebook page called The Religion of Peace (which is not affiliated with the website of the same name). Sometime in May 2018, I posted a Tommy Robinson event, a rally on free speech, that was being held that same month. Last week I was notified that the post went against Facebook’s Community Standards and it was subsequently removed. There was absolutely nothing untoward with the post. It merely showed a picture of Robinson, a Union Jack flag in the background, advertising the location and the date of the rally (May 2018 – someone obviously had to go digging for the post). I was given a 3-day suspension because Facebook says that the post contained ‘hate speech.’ I was given no recourse whatsoever.My page has been ‘demoted’ several times for posting ‘false news’ (news that Facebook deems false, that is) and although I have more than 10,000 followers, my posts are now reaching only single and double digits. This is Facebook’s ‘punishment’ for posting things that don’t align with their Satanic world view.

This site openly condones cyberwar and hack attacks against Facebook and all Pro Islamic sites and Social Media Platforms

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