Jewish Mark Zuckerberg Purposefully Blocked Pro-Life Material Ahead of Abortion Vote

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 12, 2019

So these tech companies are just openly and shamelessly manipulating society in order to push a radical Jewish political agenda.

And it keeps getting reported in the news, but everyone is just kinda like “oh yes, you’ll have that.”


During a recent speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted that the social media company chose to block American pro-life groups from running ads on Ireland’s abortion referendum last year despite being under no legal obligation to do so.

Zuckerberg was speaking to the annual Aspen Ideas Festival. In a video clip highlighted by Live Action founder Lila Rose, Zuckerberg cites the company’s experience with the May 2018 referendum to repeal Ireland’s constitutional protection for preborn babies as an example of why countries need clearer laws on the permissibility of foreign advertising on political decisions.

“During that election, leading up to that referendum, a bunch of pro-life American groups advertised in this Irish, leading up to this Irish election, to try to influence public opinion there,” Zuckerberg said. “And we went to the Irish, and asked folks there, ‘how do you want us to handle this? You have no laws on the books that are relevant for whether we should be allowing this kind of speech in your election, and really this doesn’t feel like the kind of thing that a private company should be making a decision on.’”

He says Irish officials told them at the time that “we don’t currently have a law, so you need to make whatever decision you want to make.” However, despite the fact that the Irish government themselves didn’t consider American pro-life ads to be impermissible “election interference,” Zuckerberg revealed that “we ended up not allowing the ads.”

Yes, there are no laws about any of it.

What doesn’t seem to be a part of the conversation is that not making a law in order to make a thing to happen is not any different than making a law to make a thing happen.

Like, if people were being murdered in the streets, and the government refused to pass a law banning murder, then the government would be facilitating murder.

We live in a society with a government that is charged with making laws.