Facebook Video Boost Censorship
Clarion Project recently launched a new online video with the testimony of Frank Meeink. See it here.
Last week, Facebook once again rejected a Clarion Project film, in this case, the one listed in the above link. In the past, the accusations of not abiding by Facebook's rules have stopped important Clarion shorts such as testimonies from ISIS victims, exposing extremism and terror, and other videos challenging radical Islam.
Facebook outdid themselves by rejecting the story of Frank Meeink, a former neo-Nazi, now an anti-hate activist, by claiming, "This ad isn't running because it promotes crises or controversial political or social issues for commercial purposes."
Does Facebook want to hide the truth about the neo-Nazi movement? This video is neither exploitative nor has it been posted for commercial gain. How wrong could Facebook possibly be?
This video features Frank Meeink speaking about his own personal journey. He wants to educate the world about the evils of the neo-Nazi movement. Apparently, Facebook doesn't.
Facebook once again has failed to differentiate between real quality educational content and hate speech. As long as it continues to make these errors in judgment and rejects free speech for its own concoction of self-righteous political correctness, Clarion and other freedom loving organizations will find themselves struggling every day to be heard.
Clarion Project, after much hard work, was able to rectify this wrong. The only question to ask now is, "how many more films will Facebook censor?" If you can help Clarion Project continue to show their films and trailers on Facebook, please let us know. We look forward to hearing from you. If you have a Facebook account, and you think this is a good video, share it on your wall!
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Beth Biesel is the Editor of the americanlibertyforum.org "What's New" Blog
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