To get back at conservatives for daring to protest in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, Facebook is handing over private user data to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) so the agency can start prosecuting people deemed “complicit.”
Any Facebook user who even just discussed the events that took place at the Capitol while logged in could end up being paid a visit by the FBI, as Mark Zuckerberg’s social media platform ramps up its snitching operation.
“Through this action the social media giant is acting as a de facto intelligence collecting arm of the U.S. government,” writes Matt Agorist for The Free Thought Project.
Compare this to how Big Tech handled the case of Syed Farook, also known as the San Bernardino mass shooter. As you may recall, Apple refused to unlock Farook’s iPhone for the Feds, claiming it would be a privacy violation.
Facebook, however, is more than willing to hand over private user data to the FBI now that perceived “Trump supporters” were blamed for the “insurrection” that resulted in a temporary breach of the Capitol building.
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None of this matters because Facebook is a “private company,” the left is constantly howling now that the right is being persecuted. This means it can do what it wants, right? Not exactly.
Facebook is actually “partnered” with, meaning controlled by, the Atlantic Council, a state-funded “think tank” group that is routinely used by NATO to spread propaganda.
The Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab was brought on by the Facebook team to provide the social media platform with “real-time insights and updates on emerging threats and disinformation campaigns from around the world.”
“The Atlantic Council is the group that NATO uses to whitewash wars and foster hatred toward Russia, which in turn allows them to continue to justify themselves,” Agorist explains.
“It’s funded by arms manufacturers like Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing. It is also funded by billionaire oligarchs like the Ukraine’s Victor Pinchuk and Saudi billionaire Bahaa Hariri.
The HSBC group, which has been caught numerous times laundering money for cartels and terrorists, is a major donor to the Atlantic Council. The same is true of Google and Goldman Sachs, as well as the United States, the U.S. Army, and the Air Force.
This means that Facebook is, at best, a public-private partnership. At worst, it is an extension of the deep state that is the exact opposite of private, working in the best interest of those trying to destroy our republic.
“Private-sector firms do not need to be explicitly nationalized to further the establishment’s interests; it’s enough to install their alumni in top regulatory positions,” Agorist explains.
“Through these methods, Facebook can put on the façade of privatization while actually acting as deputies for the state but alleviating any constitutional checks in the process. All the while, whenever the censorship acts in their benefit, half of the masses cheer it on and defend it, keeping resistance at a minimum.”
The Atlantic Council plays a heavy-handed role in the direction of mainstream media as well. If it is on the “news,” chances are the Atlantic Council was involved in getting it aired or printed, and vice versa.
There is also evidence to suggest that the Atlantic Council was involved in stealing the election for Joe Biden, all under the guise of “improv[ing] election security.”
“This is why the answer to the government big tech censorship leviathan lies not in regulation but in boycott,” Agorist maintains. “The time is now to get off these platforms who spy on you, ban you, sell you to the highest bidder, and who are tearing society apart.”
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