December 12, 2019
Whenever something good happens these days, it’s almost always in Italy.
The rest of us really should get our act together.
A civil court in Rome has ruled that Facebook must immediately reactivate the account of the Italian neo-fascist party CasaPound and pay the group €800 (£675) for each day the account has been closed, according to local media.
Facebook shut the party’s account, which had 240,000 followers, along with its Instagram page in early September. A Facebook spokesperson told the Ansa news agency at the time: “Persons or organisations that spread hatred or attack others on the basis of who they are will not have a place on Facebook and Instagram. The accounts we removed today violate this policy and will no longer be present on Facebook or Instagram.”
The company must also pay €15,000 in legal costs, according to details of the ruling that the party shared with the Italian press. The judge reportedly ruled that without Facebook, the party was “excluded (or extremely limited) from the Italian political debate”.
Unlike the US, leftists in Europe actually take leftism seriously, which can sometimes lead to these sorts of decisions in our favor.
If any of the Kike-Tech companies are gonna get screwed, the best way it’s gonna happen is through the European court system, since Trump is too busy with other things to do it…
…and no other politician is doing anything, either.
CasaPound was founded in the late 1990s as a pro-Mussolini drinking club. Named after the 20th-century American poet Ezra Pound, who was known for his fascist sympathies and antisemitism, it claims to support a democratic variant of fascism but has been accused of encouraging violence and racism. In November two former militants were convicted of gang-raping a woman in Viterbo, in the Lazio region.
LOL at that last part.
99% of all gang-rapes in Europe are committed by non-Whites, and the only time The Guardian uses that term for news outside of India is when a couple of Italians did it (allegedly; they haven’t been convicted yet).
It is not the first time Facebook has taken action against the party. In April, activists from CasaPound as well as other far-right politicians – including the great-grandson of Mussolini – accused the company of discrimination after their accounts were suspended.
This week CasaPound threatened to infiltrate a national rally due to be held in Rome on Saturday organised by the Sardines, a movement that emerged in November in protest against the politics of the far right.
I think I wrote about these “Sardines” people a while ago, can’t remember.
They’re just another Soros-engineered movement of screeching skanks that appeared out of the same nothingness it’ll eventually disappear back into.
We have more important things to worry about than them.