Facebook allows Louis Farrakhan group to return from purge of “hate speech”


Facebook announced it had deleted the Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan group who’s notorious for using anti-Semitic language on May 2, 2019, but now they are backtracking that decision.

I’m certainly glad to see the left once again, sees no evil on their side, while the rest of us are still considered evil. Free speech for me, but not for thee.

We now know for certain that Facebook is a biased liberal arm of the Democratic elites.

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Hate preacher Louis Farrakhan and his Nation of Islam organization’s pages were deplatformed from Facebook on May 2 during its purge of “hate speech.” While most remain banished, Facebook strangely has allowed one dedicated to Farrakhan and “Black Supremacy” to return from the grave.

The page, “Supporters of The Honourable Louis Farrakhan,” openly describes itself as “a replacement for the group we lost called The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.”

Its group description cites strange, poorly written conspiracies about white oppression of black culture via mind control. “These thoughts and ideologies,” says one post, “that clearly benefits white societies, were shrewdly programmed into the minds of millions of Black people through media subliminal programming without most even realize it.” [sic] More

To the Leftists, it’s not racism if you hate people just because they’re white. It was all a show, so Facebook could claim to be going after all hate in a non-partisan way but attempt to secretly allow this page to resume its activities. 

A description of an alleged criminal cannot include race but it’s okay to lead a description with white nationalist or white supremacist. Who’s making up these rules?

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