October 23, 2019
Just in case anyone doesn’t know, Sacha Baron Cohen’s entire career has been based on attacking and dehumanizing non-Jews.
Also, in case anyone hadn’t heard, Facebook doesn’t actually have any free speech at all.
This is some kind of bizarre theatrics that the Jews Zuckerberg and Cohen are engaging in here, and I don’t want to understand it, I just want them to leave my country.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave an impassioned defense Thursday of his company’s policy of allowing a wide spectrum of speech on the platform. Speaking at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., Zuckerberg invoked the First Amendment and the civil rights movement to defend his refusal to limit inflammatory discourse on his social media giant.
“Some people argue internet platforms should allow all expression protected by the First Amendment, even though the First Amendment explicitly doesn’t apply to companies,” Zuckerberg said. “I’m proud that our values at Facebook are inspired by the American tradition, which is more supportive of free expression than anywhere else.”
But Sacha Baron Cohen, who knows something about irreverent speech himself (see: “Borat,” “Ali G,” “The Dictator” and nearly every other film role he has ever played), says that Zuckerberg should take his role more seriously as the CEO of a private company.
Here’s his tweet.
If he owned a fancy restaurant and 4 neo-Nazis came goose-stepping into the dining room and were talking loudly about wanting to kill “Jewish scum”, would he serve them an elegant eight course meal? Or would tell them to get the f**k out of his restaurant? It’s the same thing.
— Sacha Baron Cohen (@SachaBaronCohen) October 17, 2019
But it’s a mystery why so many people want to round these people up, stuff them into gas chambers and turn them into lampshades and soap.