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Mar262012

I Hate Facebook

I truly do hate Facebook.   If you read a number of my essays on this site, you will find that although I am clearly politically incorrect, I am not a hate filled, cross burning Klansman who attacks people for their differences.  In fact, I like differences. The world would be an extremely boring place if everyone were alike.  What I don't like is a poltically correct straight jacket that keeps one from discussing ideas and having unconventional opinions.

But Facebook is politically correct to the extreme.  And if one has an opinion that is not part of the multicultural gospel you are kicked out.  The concept of Facebook is a wonderful one. It isn't just a social network, but it is a forum to learn new ideas, meet new people, and develop new concepts.  But the totalitarian Central Bureau of Facebook doesn't allow a whole spectrum of opinions.  And mine is part of that spectrum. 

What people like Facebook and the ADL and the SPLC don't understand, is their censorship is radicalizing many of us.  People, like me, who enjoy different ideas, and enjoy the exchange of those ideas in the intellectual market place, when we are ostracized and demonized because we have hertical concepts, that only makes us more heretical. 

I am not sure who Facebook thinks they are protecting from my "dangerous" ideas.  But one thing I can say for sure, you are moving me farther and farther to the right and away from the mainstream. And if this can happen to me, it can and will happen to many people out there.

By calling a point of few demonic, you might very well create that demon. 

 

Q.

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“He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.”
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