Did Facebook Lie? ‘Palestinian Third Intifada’ Page Alive and Well.

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  1. TMMason profile image67
    TMMasonposted 7 years ago

    Face book and google recieved money from our State Dept. to assist in these uprisings, that is fomenting revolution and is an act of war. But ewve though the Obama Admin. has admitted to this and called for revolution in its own words, not a peep from the anti-war Left has been spouted.

    "It might be hard to keep track of them all, but remember that Facebook page calling for a “Third Palestinian Intifada” against Israel – the one that received over 350,000 “Likes” and incited its members to bear arms against the Jewish state and people in yet a third violent uprising?  The same page that was finally, presumably removed by the social networking giant – though only after succumbing to widespread outrage and enormous pressure from the Anti-Defamation League, Israeli government officials and people of goodwill around the world?

    Well, it is still on Facebook, alive and kicking, with an additional 40,000 new fans to boot. In tow are numerous other “Third Intifada” and violent anti-Semitic hate pages active on the site, each boasting anywhere from 6,000 to 300,000 and more members.

    A Facebook spokesman who said the original intifada page started out as “Ghandi-esque,” confirmed to Fox News back in March that the page had in fact been “removed” when its content degenerated into “hateful, violent vitriol.”  Not to mention hate speech and calls for violence are supposedly strictly against Facebook’s Terms of Service."

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/did-fac … -strong-2/

    America does not belong fomenting revolution in any situation. It is an act of war, Libya being the perfect example, and at this point we are in what... 5? Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yeman? And I read somewhere that Bahrain was in a state of uprising and slaughter of it's citizens, also... but I am not sure.

    And you can say we are not in a couple of these all you want, we started them, Obama and his calls for revolution and the State Dept. funding through Facebook and Google, so we own them.

    Anyway you look at it, fomenting revolutions should not be the bussiness of the United States. But since the American Left and Progressives have been doing this kind of thing behind our backs for decades, at least good to see they are doing it out in the open these days.

    Facebook should remove this page for real and stop being a bunch of liars.

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      Texasbetaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      "America does not belong fomenting revolution in any situation. It is an act of war...:"

      Great - Now, I'll wait for you admit to me that Reagan was guilty and horrible for doing so:
      "Under the Reagan Doctrine, the U.S. provided overt and covert aid to anti-communist guerrillas and resistance movements in an effort to "roll back" Soviet-backed communist governments in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The doctrine was designed to serve the dual purposes of diminishing Soviet influence in these regions, while also potentially opening the door for capitalism (and sometimes liberal democracy) in nations that were largely being governed by Soviet-supported socialist governments."

      Go ahead...I'll wait. Is it worse that Obama used Facebook and Reagan used known drug importers like Noriega? You have to think things through when you write them...at least more than say...a turnip.

    2. Paraglider profile image92
      Paragliderposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Good morning. You'll excuse me singling out such a small part of your topic, but I have a particular interest in Bahrain having been there several times. The regime there is taking advantage of the media focus on the bigger events in Syria and Libya to continue with acts of persecution while 'under the radar'. The regime is minority Sunni in a majority Shia state. Nevertheless the (peaceful) protests were not calling for regime change but merely for greater fairness and equal rights for all citizens. The regime's first reaction was a brutal crackdown by militia, using excessive violence even to the point of a murderous night assault on sleeping protesters camped out in the square. When not even this  brutality broke the protests, the regime took the crass step of bringing in Saudi troops as 'peacekeepers'.
      Now, having regained control and earned universal disgust along the way, the regime is persecuting 'dissenters' with show trials, even including doctors and nurses who had tried to treat injured protesters against the orders of the militia who were trying to deny treatment of the wounded.
      All of this can easily be verified on line.

      1. TMMason profile image67
        TMMasonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        I am well aware of the situation and agree.

        @Tex... so it is okay because they did it... that is the excuse of 6 year olds saying, but they did it too mommy

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          Texasbetaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          You stated something that directly counters your previous opinion, as you LOVE Reagan. SO...my post was to throw in your face that you are a hypocrite.
          So, I am waiting....go ahead and tell me Reagan was JUST as horrible. The proof is right there. The only thing missing is you owning up and being a man about it.

          1. TMMason profile image67
            TMMasonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            I have never said I loved Reagan.

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              Texasbetaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

              No? Well, if you didn't then, okay. You don't like W, Bush Sr. Reagan....so who do you like? Was it a mythical figure in your head? What about McCarthy? Want me to go check his voting record with regards to all of the times the US supported a revolution during his time, Laos, Guatemala, Iran? What about the wars Vietnam and Korea? They weren't revolting in as much as they were stopping one side of their country from taking the other...what is your take on Korea and Vietnam? Go ahead...you don't take ownership of a single conservative President that I have seen...you simply devalue your conservative ideology by promoting the side, but ignoring any accountability for past actions of conservative leaders. SO...who do you back? Any spine in there?

              1. TMMason profile image67
                TMMasonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                You haven't seen a Conservative President in your life time. Maybe a progressive Republican, but no Conservatives.

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                  Texasbetaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                  What about ever? Was McCarthy the only guy in history that you support? Go ahead...don't hide anymore.

                  1. TMMason profile image67
                    TMMasonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

                    I stated in an earlier thread who I would support if he ran, Col. Allen West... but as of yet he isn't running.  I would support very few other unless forced to.


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