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Facebook To Ban Christian-Themed Content

PostPosted: Sun Sep 11, 2016 6:09 am
by EzraLB
"According to Facebook representative Riker Jepson, the company’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has made the decision to ban all Christian themed content in attempt to celebrate religious diversity while at the same time reducing religious intolerance among the social network’s estimated 1.65 billion monthly active users." ... d-content/

"According to Jepson, one of the most frequent complaints made by Facebook users each month is what many of the website’s members describe as religious intolerance or bullying by the social network’s Christian population. Many Facebook users have complained that the website has become “over-saturated” with Christian posts, groups, pages, meme’s, and even Christian themed hashtags."

There's no doubt in my mind that the vast majority of FB users, espeically in the U.S., are self-identified Christians. Will they put up with this? If every "Christian" FB user boycotted FB over this issue, it could bankrupt the multi-billion dollar FB ponzi scheme overnight....Instead these FB Christians will probably take up one of the kosher religions that FB doesn't have a problem with:

"Though Facebook will be void of all Christian related content, not all religious themed content will be banned. Several religions will still have free-reign on the social network including but not limited to, Buddhism, Deity, Druid, Eckankar, Ethical Culture, Hindu, Humanist, Jewish, Mormonism, Muslim, Native American Spirituality, New Age, Pagan, Rastafarian, Santeria, Scientologist, Secular, Sikh, Spiritualist, Taoist, and Unitarian Universalist."


Re: Facebook To Ban Christian-Themed Content

PostPosted: Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:03 am
by Nayto
I'm pretty sure that this is a hoax by the website which published the article.

Re: Facebook To Ban Christian-Themed Content

PostPosted: Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:17 am
by EzraLB
Yeah, Nayto, I suspected that--and I was going to preface the article with a caveat, but I'm sure this is exactly where it's headed, and if it doesn't become an "official" policy, it certainly will become an unspoken one. Zuckerberg, like all jews, hates Christians but has made his fortune off of them--and would like nothing more than flag Christian-themed content "intolerant" and "offensive". It's coming.