Facebook, a social media platform that censors scientific data and silences political dissent, now warns users that they may have absorbed “extremist content” or that their friends may become “extremists,” Reclaim the Net reported.
Two notifications pop up for some Facebook accounts.
The first prompt asks, “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist? We care about preventing extremism on Facebook. Others in your situation have received confidential support.”
The notification continues: “How you can help. Hear stories and get advice from people who escaped violent extremist groups.”
Below that the user may click on “Get Support” or “Close.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg — whose company surveils the platform’s users, sells their data, and manipulates their beliefs through algorithms — has adopted these dystopian measures by Congressional Democrats who want more censorship.
The second notification directly confronts users who Facebook suspects hold “extremist” beliefs:
“[Name], you may have been exposed to harmful extremist content recently. Violent groups try to manipulate your anger and disappointment. You can take action now to protect yourself and others.”
“Get support from experts,” the prompt continues. “Spot the signs, understand the dangers of extremism and hear from people who escaped violent groups.”
If users click on the “Get Support” option, then Facebook tells them that extremist groups “convince you that violence is the solution, even when the facts prove that it is not.”
One example from the “experts” targets the left’s favorite bogeyman: white supremacists.
Among other demonized target groups, Facebook considers Americans who want a common Christian culture as “violent extremists.”
“Some violent extremist groups wrongly say that for the United States to succeed its citizens should all be of one culture,” the expert advice states. “However, there are amazing benefits to diversity, and minority groups like immigrants contribute a great deal to American society.”
Facebook quotes George Washington and Thomas Jefferson to justify its globalist dreams, as if these great Presidents and Founding Fathers supported unlimited illegal immigration from nations whose values do not align with America’s.