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Facebook goes full Big Brother with new “extremism” warnings

Pop-ups mark an all-time high for creepiness from the internet giant

OffGuardian | July 2, 2021

Have you been reading things you shouldn’t online? Have you found yourself feeling frustrated and angry at the corruption of the ruling class, wealth inequality or the general state of the world?

Well then, the chances are good you’ve accidentally been exposed to “misinformation” or “extremist content” spread by “violent groups” in order to manipulate you.

But don’t worry, Facebook is on the case. Simply report the offensive and upsetting materials to your local content controller, and then contact their pre-approved counsellors for immediate de-programming.

If it’s not you that’s been exposed to harmful content, but a loved one, and they’re proving resistant to the proper un-extreming methods, then Facebook is here to help there, too.

Simply confidentially report your friend or family member to the proper authorities, and they’ll take it from there.

Remember that divergence of opinion is dangerous. Under no circumstances consume content that differs from your state-mandated opinions.

Report all infractions, refuse to see harmful facts, be sure to distance yourself from those who refuse to be corrected, for their own good and yours.

And have a nice day.

July 2, 2021 - Posted by | Civil Liberties, Full Spectrum Dominance |

1 Comment »

  1. Sure Zuckerberg, weed out them White Supremacists. Make sure you get all 7 of them.

    Like

    Comment by papasha408 | July 2, 2021 | Reply


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