JEW BOOK: Zuckerberg: Meta’s new Twitter competitor ‘Threads’ is already censoring conservative speech


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[I didn't know the Jew rat had a twitter type of app. But he's censoring already being the worthless sack of shit that he is. Jan]

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Note from LifeSiteNews co-founder Steve Jalsevac: Boycotting Meta’s New Threads app that is designed to compete with Twitter is strongly recommended. Twitter has been allowing free speech to a significant degree. Should Threads cause many Twitter users to move to Threads, the tech giants, U.S. intelligence agencies and government control of messaging on all social media will be complete. There are huge downsides to using Threads for all who understand the critical importance of free speech on the Internet and the massive dangers of totalitarian information control.

(Reclaim The Net) — When Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his new platform Threads would be a “friendly” place – everyone knew what that meant. His idea of kindness and friendliness would be one narrowly defined by the same people that have been on a censorship spree over the past several years.

Threads is Meta’s latest and boldest attempt to go head-to-head with Twitter. Operating as an independent app, but at the moment requiring an Instagram login, Threads is the stage for public textual interactions and dialogues among users, linked to their Instagram profiles. Astonishingly, within less than a day of its debut on Thursday morning, Threads had already attracted a whopping 30 million sign-ups.

Mark Zuckerberg, Meta’s CEO, ushered in users with his inaugural post, “Let’s do this. Welcome to Threads.” He described Threads as a “friendly” alternative to Twitter, an app that lets people indulge in text-based conversations with a 500-character limit and the option to share links, photos, and videos.

Zuckerberg seems to be putting a lot of emphasis on keeping Threads congenial. He stated in a Wednesday post, “The goal is to keep it friendly as it expands. I think it’s possible and will ultimately be the key to its success.” He candidly went on to take a swipe at Twitter, suggesting that its lack of success is due to its desire to support more free speech.

But of course, what Zuckerberg means when he calls for congeniality is censorship.

Just hours after launch, Threads was caught in the eye of the storm, with allegations of stealthy censorship and unavailability of user appeals.


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