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nomadic thoughts

ความคิดพเนจร - Кочевые Мысли - Pensées Nomades - الأفكار البدوية - Pensamentos Nómadas - 游牧理念

Facebook and Stockholm Syndrome 3, by Luís Garcia

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Here we go again. A reaction to my latest article Facebook and Stockholm Syndrome 2:

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Again, I dare to disagree. There is an alternative and it's called VK. You can't do anything on Facebook. Your posts are hidden by the algorithm, if not removed due to false accusations of being spam. You are censored, blocked, prevented from sharing, permanently removed, etc. There's no way to spread real information on Facebook and those who think the contrary are being incredibly delusional.

For this person and all who share her views on the subject: First, please be objective and read ALL my articles on the subject of Facebook censorship. Second, think about all the kinds of direct and indirect ways Facebook uses to totally censor real information. Third, think about what you just wrote and please counterargue the arguments exposed in my articles about Facebook's censorship. Please do it, give me good arguments on why should anyone keep using that Orwellian crap? Good luck.

Finally, come on, nobody prevents western sheep-like humans from using uncensored VK, so they have no excuses to be on Facebook and not on VK.

You are missing a very logical conclusion here: western sheep-like humans don't know because they don't want to know, as writer Andre Vltchek already explained very well. If they don't want to know, your preaching on Facebook is not only censored and made invisible by Facebook, but also unwelcome and ignored by sheep-like humans.


Everyday I get more convinced that most humans don't have or have lost the ability to reason... 

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READ  Facebook and Stockholm Syndrome 1  HERE

READ  Facebook and Stockholm Syndrome 2  HERE

 

Luís Garcia, Thailand

 

 

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