Facebook Bans Countless Britcucks for Saying They’re Proud to be English, Then Reinstates Their Accounts

I’m not even an Anglo myself, and this makes me feel genocidal

Putting your personal info in a Jew-owned data farm and then complaining when, inevitably, it comes back and bites you in the ass is just pure idiocy.


Facebook has admitted to banning swathes of users for posting messages saying they were “Proud to be English” on St George’s Day.

As England’s patron saint, St George’s Day has long been celebrated as the English national day — if with less official enthusiasm than St Patrick’s Day in neighbouring Ireland, given the embarrassment of much of the academic, media, and political establishment at expressions of “Englishness”, which they have associated with racism and imperialism.

Imagine a country run by people who hate said country and are embarrassed by it, and everyone knowing it and being perfectly okay with that.

Good job, Britcucks.

Someone, some group, or some algorithm moderating also appears to have bought into this mentality, with people who marked St George’s Day with messages expressing pride in the country and their heritage reporting that they were banned from the social media platform.

An image bearing the legend “Proud to Be English” and two crossed flagpoles carrying the English St George’s Cross and the white lion on a red field — a banner associated with Anglo-Saxons — appears to have proved particularly offensive to the so-called “Masters of the Universe“.

Users who shared the image reported receiving messages informing them they had been subject to various bans and suspensions because they had posted content which “goes against our Community Standards on dangerous individuals and organisations”.

Facebook would eventually confirm that claims they were banning people for the “Proud to be English” posts were true — but that this was “likely” a “mistake”.

“We have removed any restrictions placed on the impacted accounts,” they continued, adding that “We apologise for any upset caused.”

This seems a little too specific to be just a mistake.

Most likely, it’s a phrase that was supposed to just put you on some kind of (((watchlist))), but their program screwed up and just automatically switched to deleting accounts instead.

If you have a normie account on Facebook using your real name, remember that you’re being spied on 24/7, and even if you pretend to be too stupid to understand what’s going on in the world while using it, all your data can be corroborated with the rest of what you do, online and offline, in order to screw you over.

Just avoid using your real name on the internet unless you really have to, and never on any social media platform that exists solely to spy on you.

When this comes to the West, it won’t be run by people who just want to stay in power, but by people who hate your very existence