With the distinct decline in Facebook standards, I have to report that once again I have been banned for 30 Days. Was I mean? Nope. Did I threaten to kill someone? Nope. Did I threaten to burn down their HQ in San Francisco? (Not publicly lol) So what did I do this time I hear you ask? I shared an innocent picture. Facebook allowed a Muslim to threaten Tommy Robinson and did nothing about it. I quipped about The "So Called Religion of Peace" in a private group. Anyone would think I am a Political Commentator.
He said he would slit his throat, called him racist names, and threatened to feed his daughter to dogs. This commentary to another user does not constitute a violation of their community standards, but sharing it and highlighting their failures violates? I will let you be the judge. How come this does not violate their guidelines, but sharing it does? Surely not more islamification from America's Serial Discriminators?
Had a Conservative, Christian Commentator, like myself or my good friend Chet Martin, (Host of Freedom On Deck) who was recently banned for using the word "Muslim" in a post, had said this, we would be banned for life. So why the double standard with Facebook? Its all about the Benjamin's. They are paid to moderate in a certain way, and I guarantee you that Mark Zuckerberg would be swayed over to the right, if there were enough zero's on the check.
It is astounding in America, that our 1st Amendment rights end at the keyboard, and that we can be discriminated against for being Christians, in a Judaeo Christian Country. The law needs to be changed to protect us further, and prevent those like Zuckerberg, who lie to congress from selling us and our information to the highest bidder.
You can have groups on Facebook promoting everything from killing cops and gays, to paedophilia, but mention anything remotely related to Islam, and they shut you down immediately. I left people to make their own mind up regarding a representative of the so called religion of peace, and I am the one who is banned. The commentary used was racist, threatening, and deserved a ban, but nothing.
It is rather amusing that they still want me to purchase advertising from them for my shows, and the charity I run, but it wont happen in this lifetime. Don't reward their discrimination and dishonesty, or selling you out in any way, by lining their pockets. Stand firm, and lobby your elected representative to ensure your rights to free speech don't end at the keyboard. See you in 30 days or find me on my twins account.
Love and Peace
Seems Facebook allowed #TommyRobinson to share the info and pic, but not Xander Gibb, he was banned for 30 days, but Facebook do not discriminate.......
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Xander Gibb has written for many publications and writes with an unapologetic response to the world around.