"Strength in numbers" is a phrase used by the weak! Sheep cluster together for safety, but a lion can survive on its on. There are strategic times when even the strong blend in with the masses, but when the time is right, they move out on their own and do what must be done. What are you? A weak person hiding in a crowd, or a warrior who looks at the crowd with contempt?
On the dying social media site that is Facebook, attempts to shut down users who post anything even remotely controversial continue unabated. In their effort to offend no one, Facebook has become a numb, bland site that people are abandoning in droves. Despite ever increasing subscribers, actual user engagement seems to be dropping steadily, and rapidly.
Maybe the problem is that users are afraid to post anything interesting for fear of being shut down by Facebook censors? Personally, I've been in "Facebook Jail" at least 3 times, the most recent duration being 30 days. My horrible offense? I posted something that one person, yes one person, took offense with. Facebook sided with the complaintant and never gave me a chance to defend myself or voluntarily take the post down. The complaintant became judge, juror, and executioner. I had no rights, including the right of appeal.
Is this any way to run a social media empire? No, unless your empire is really more about mind control than healthy dialogue.
My suspension will be over soon, but my hatred of the zionist Zuckerberg world will burn on. And that's why I have my own blog: I can say what I want to say without fear of some sensitive pussy trying to shut me up.
Social media sites can be fun and informative, but don't let them control your thoughts and your freedom of expression. Talk back. Fight back! And get your word out.
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