There is a new initiative in Germany that donates one euro for every "racist" (Islam is not a race) anti-migrant comment on the Internet. The "Hate Helps" propaganda campaign is organized by an NGO called Demokratische Kultur (ZDK), otherwise known as the Orwellian "Center for Democratic Action" in Germany. And it's being funded by Facebook and Sky Germany. They will pay 1€ (euro) for each negative post about immigrants.
Sky Germany is not the same entity as Rupert Murdoch's Sky News, although Rupert's son, James Murdoch, is chairman of its supervisory board. Sky Germany mainly broadcasts soccer games and other sports – but even it is jumping into the political realm and bowing down to the new propaganda initiative.
This is essentially a payment of the jizya, the tribute money that subservient and subjugated non-Muslims must pay to their Muslim overlords under Islamic law. In this case, the money goes to various refugee help programs and — get this — an organization that helps people get out of the "Nazi scene" (an opt-out scheme).
Meanwhile, the German yellow press newspaper Bild is publishing the names of offenders in the media. Perhaps the thousands of Muslim migrants who have gone AWOL from the refugee camps can hunt them down.
Apparently the spineless, gutless Mark Zuckerberg made good on his promise to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel had been prodding and strong-arming Zuckerberg to "do something" about the posts and comments on Facebook that oppose the Muslim invasion of Europe. Attending a luncheon on the sidelines of a United Nations development summit in New York several weeks ago, Merkel and Zuckerberg were overheard on a live transmission broadcast on the UN website as participants took their seats.
After Merkel confronted Zuckerberg about anti-migrant posts, the Facebook CEO is heard responding that "we need to do some work" on the issue. This is so typical of the elites. They control policy, they control the media, they control the culture — but they can't control the people. And this makes them crazy. If they could, they would change the people.
The Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that a team of reporters went to the European headquarters of Facebook in Dublin, wanting Facebook to explain why so many "hate posts" were not deleted. In fact, Facebook officials have been sued in Germany because in the opinion of some, Facebook did not do enough against "hate speech." Now Facebook is trying to improve its public image in Germany by working with the "Hate Helps" campaign.
The whole idea is to intimidate people from telling the truth and speaking ill of the invasion. Who decides what's hate? "Hate speech" is a subjective category. There is no agreed-upon type of speech that everyone recognizes as "hate speech." The label "hate speech" is used by certain parties in order to demonize and marginalize the speech of their opponents. The label "hate speech" can all too easily become a tool in the hands of the powerful, of tyrants, to silence those who are standing for freedom.
A couple of days ago, there was a huge controversy about Bild. They took screenshots of what they claimed were hate posts, along with the picture and name from Facebook, and published them. Like a pillory.
They are putting the people's backs up against the wall and taking down any rational voice that speaks against this tyranny. It's a recipe for civil war.
It's a threat — a warning — letting people know if they say anything against the invasion they will put a target on their heads. The response by freedom-loving peoples should be millions more posts, more tweets. Subscribe to my website, PamelaGeller.com. Share my articles. Overrun the media with the facts. Fight back, print pamphlets, leave them everywhere — build an army of Davids.
Because even with this "initiative," "hate posts" remain. How many posts are Facebook employees having to deal with? Can't they keep up? Facebook won't divulge numbers, but people have lost their jobs as a result of negative "racist" posts, so where is this going?
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