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Facebook & Instagram Temporarily Allow Users to Call for Violence Against Russians in Context of Ukraine Invasion


Could any company be more hypocritical than Facebook?

While censoring free speech for conservatives, the Big Tech company permits violent rhetoric aimed at targeted groups.

In a policy shift related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Facebook and Instagram temporarily allow users in some countries to call for violence against Russians and Russian soldiers.

As long as it’s within the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Meta platforms have approved violent content targeted at Russians. 

Yet, Facebook claimed their suspension of President Trump was “necessary to keep people safe.”

Trump’s Facebook Ban For Your Own Safety? It is According to the Facebook Oversight Board Director

Give me a break!

Facebook doesn’t care about keeping anyone safe.

Not Americans.

Not Russians.

Not Ukrainians.

They care about pushing the Biden regime’s agenda!

Reuters reported:

The social media company is also temporarily allowing some posts that call for death to Russian President Vladimir Putin or Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in countries including Russia, Ukraine and Poland, according to internal emails to its content moderators.

“As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine we have temporarily made allowances for forms of political expression that would normally violate our rules like violent speech such as ‘death to the Russian invaders.’ We still won’t allow credible calls for violence against Russian civilians,” a Meta spokesperson said in a statement.

The calls for the leaders’ deaths will be allowed unless they contain other targets or have two indicators of credibility, such as the location or method, one email said, in a recent change to the company’s rules on violence and incitement.

The Hill added:

Last week, Russia said it would block Facebook in the country due to the platform’s restrictions on Russian state-controlled media, which Moscow called a form of “discrimination.”

Facebook and other tech giants have cracked down on Russian state media over the spread of disinformation about the invasion after calls from global leaders, including sanctions from the European Union.

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