FaceBook’s Black list of White Organisations and people… White Supremacy problem…

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[This is a big chunk from an article run by Amren. I thought I'd pull out the most interesting parts, which points out who these Jewish scum at Facebook are against. Take note of the war on WHITE SUPREMACISM. This to me, is the key to these Jews' actions. They want Whites to grovel like dogs. Jan]

This brings us to the second attack. The Intercept published “Facebook’s Secret Blacklist of ‘Dangerous Individuals and Organizations.’ ” Author Sam Biddle, who released the list with his own commentary, is not defending our right to free speech. Instead, he writes that Facebook’s censorship policy has “harsher restrictions for marginalized and vulnerable populations.” (In today’s America, “marginalized and vulnerable populations” are the groups that get official preferences from the government.)

Clearly, Mr. Biddle does not want us back on Facebook. He wants antifa on it but says “white anti-government militias” should get more scrutiny. Still, it’s good to see the actual system Facebook uses.

Facebook puts banned groups in three categories. All are barred from having accounts, but there are different standards about whether other users can talk about them.

  • Tier I includes groups that “engage in serious offline harms — including organizing or advocating for violence against civilians, repeatedly dehumanizing or advocating harm against people based on protected characteristics, or engaging in systematic criminal operations.” Users aren’t allowed to praise these groups or their members.
  • Tier II includes groups that “engage in violence against state or military actors but do not generally target civilians — what we call ‘Violent Non-State Actors.’” Groups fighting in a civil war might be included here. Facebook users can praise groups in this category for “nonviolent” actions.
  • Tier III includes groups that may “repeatedly engage in violations of our Hate Speech or Dangerous Organizations policies on-or-off the platform or demonstrate strong intent to engage in offline violence in the near future, but have not necessarily engaged in violence to date or advocated for violence against others based on their protected characteristics. This includes Militarized Social Movements, Violence-Inducing Conspiracy Networks, and individuals and groups banned for promoting hatred.” You can discuss these groups neutrally or negatively, but you may not praise them or mention them if your meaning is “unclear.”

The leaked documents don’t say who is in which tier. However, the story quotes Facebook’s policy director for counterterrorism and dangerous organizations, Brian Fishman: “We currently ban thousands of organizations, including over 250 white supremacist groups at the highest tiers of our policies, and we regularly update our policies on organizations who qualify to be banned.”

This suggests American Renaissance is in Tier I, though we can’t say for sure. Facebook will not even let you include a link to an AmRen page in a post. Along with American Renaissance are groups such as the American Identity Movement, Red Ice Creations, and Students for Western Civilization. Other groups in the same category appear to include the Azov Battalion of Ukraine, Combat 18 Slovenia, and the Hammerskins. This is clearly an inconsistent mix.

There’s also a blacklist for individuals. Jared Taylor is a “Dangerous Individual,” along with Patrick Casey, Martin Sellner, and Faith Goldy (who, for some reason, is listed as being a part of the Daily Stormer). In the same category are people who have been dead for decades, including George Lincoln Rockwell, Julius Streicher, and Adolf Hitler.

Thus, at worst American Renaissance is in the same category as the Islamic State and criminal street gangs, though we are a “hate” group and not “terrorists.” At best, we are banned because we are “dangerous.”

Much of the list is silly. Is there really a “terror” group called “Violent U.S.-based Anti-Government Network.” Altright.com is under the “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations” list for “hate.” It’s also apparently based in Germany and is a “Music Band.” Those who made the list have not taken the time to understand the groups they are banning.

The “Hitler Youth” and the “Hitler Youth — League of German Girls” are apparently both still active, not just in Germany but globally. The Gestapo is still around. The “International Goyim Party” is apparently a dangerous global threat.

Tier 2 groups are generally in civil wars overseas and are called “Violent Non-State Actor[s].” There are relatively few of them.

Tier 3 is for “Militarized Social Movements.” Mr. Biddle quotes Faiza Patel of the Brennan Center for Justice: “The lists seem to create two disparate systems, with the heaviest penalties applied to heavily Muslim regions and communities.” She thinks there aren’t enough banned groups. “Hate groups designated as Anti-Muslim hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center are overwhelmingly absent from Facebook’s lists,” she adds. Mr. Biddle also seems upset because there are so many banned Muslim groups and not enough white militias.

There are a few armed antifa and black militias in the Militarized Social Movement category, but media accounts of the Facebook list ignore them. They include the armed antifa group Redneck Revolt and the black “Not Fuckin’ Around Coalition.” There are a few other scattered anarchist and black groups, including the Informal Anarchist Federation and the Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club, but not many compared to the long list of obscure militias that are almost certainly politically conservative.

Some of these militias could be traps set by law enforcement. Even some of the leftist or black militias may be fake. Is there really an organized group called the “Anti-Trump Militia”? I’ve also never heard of the “KC Antifascist Militia.”

Among the other “Militarized Social Movements” in Tier 3, we can find the antifa websites “It’s Going Down” and “Crimethinc.” The former site takes care not to disavow violence because “movements for liberation decide for themselves on what the best strategy is to get and stay free.” The latter has as its leading article a celebration of toppling statues, which is destruction of property.

Mr. Biddle calls them “anti-capitalist media organizations” and says that Facebook’s rules on “Group[s] Supporting Violent Acts Amid Protests” could be “particularly confusing and censorious.” He quotes anonymous spokesmen for these groups, both of which claim simply to be media.

Source: https://www.amren.com/commentary/2021/10/when-whistleblowers-are-censors/

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