Pomidor Quixote and Andrew Anglin
March 28, 2019
Facebook just announced a ban on “praise, support and representation” of white nationalism and white separatism on both Facebook and Instagram. Notice it’s not a ban on white supremacy — that was already banned — but a ban on being white and not feeling guilty for it. They are equating “supremacy” to separatism and nationalism.
This is a ban on being white and not thinking you shouldn’t exist because of it and a ban on thinking white people should get their own white country.
Today we’re announcing a ban on praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism on Facebook and Instagram, which we’ll start enforcing next week. It’s clear that these concepts are deeply linked to organized hate groups and have no place on our services.
Our policies have long prohibited hateful treatment of people based on characteristics such as race, ethnicity or religion — and that has always included white supremacy. We didn’t originally apply the same rationale to expressions of white nationalism and separatism because we were thinking about broader concepts of nationalism and separatism — things like American pride and Basque separatism, which are an important part of people’s identity.
But over the past three months our conversations with members of civil society and academics who are experts in race relations around the world have confirmed that white nationalism and separatism cannot be meaningfully separated from white supremacy and organized hate groups. Our own review of hate figures and organizations – as defined by our Dangerous Individuals & Organizations policy – further revealed the overlap between white nationalism and separatism and white supremacy. Going forward, while people will still be able to demonstrate pride in their ethnic heritage, we will not tolerate praise or support for white nationalism and separatism.
They’re not saying Islam cannot be meaningfully separated from ISIS or Moslem “extremism” even though those account for the overwhelming majority of terror attacks. No, what they’re saying is that a white identity that doesn’t involve sucking Jews and being the nannies of infinite brown and black creatures cannot be meaningfully separated from “organized hate groups” because whites having a proper white identity goes against the white replacement agenda.
It’s a blatant double standard that should be enough to get some people to start asking questions.
To make it even more obvious, they state that “people” will still be able to “demonstrate pride in their ethnic heritage” but that they will not tolerate white nationalism and separatism. But they haven’t provided a clear definition of white nationalism, and this is on purpose. They want to be have the freedom to contort whatever they want into the term so they can continue to censor however they see fit to advance their extermination agenda.
But it doesn’t end there. Facebook also announced it will start a brainwashing campaign against people searching for terms associated with white “supremacy.”
Our efforts to combat hate don’t stop here. As part of today’s announcement, we’ll also start connecting people who search for terms associated with white supremacy to resources focused on helping people leave behind hate groups. People searching for these terms will be directed to Life After Hate, an organization founded by former violent extremists that provides crisis intervention, education, support groups and outreach.
They’re going to redirect anyone who looks for white nationalist content to the “Life After Hate” homepage.
Life After Hate is an organization that claims to “deradicalize” white people who think they should exist. But they cannot name anyone they’ve “deradicalized.”
They were getting hundreds of thousands of dollars a year from the Obama Administration, and one actually valuable thing the Trump Administration did was cut their funding.
He should have said “show me one person you’ve convinced and you can keep this money.”
Because there is no way to go from knowing the Jews run everything to thinking that isn’t true. The only thing you could do is lie about it, which you would only do for money or some social incentive. Jews actually do control everything, and you can easily prove this with facts, so getting someone to stop knowing that is simply not possible.
The Life After Hate organization was founded by Christian Piccioloioni, who claims to have been in a street gang and says he would go around beating up and robbing black people on the streets at night. I’ve never done that or told anyone to do that, nor do I support it or think that this is a valid means to achieve any political goal. That is not being a white nationalist, that is simply being a member of a criminal gang. It has nothing to do with anything.
Furthermore, Piccolioni looks like a Pakistani.
I think the whole thing is probably a hoax, and he was never actually some kind of big time gang leader.
Whatever. He doesn’t believe anything, and he is just in this for the money. Facebook sending millions of people to his website will be good for his donation-mongering, but if anyone is looking into this information on Facebook and is invasively redirected to a goofy forced-meme website about how it is bad to be in a street gang and rob black people isn’t going to have their level of interest lowered. People are going to say “if they’re going through all this effort to keep me from this information, there must be something to it.”