As if we didn’t know where Facebook’s loyalty lies, Mark Zuckerberg now leaves no doubt in our minds that he’s a puppet of CNN and all the rot that they represent.
From WashingtonExaminer.com: “In a last-minute addition to the annual Aspen Ideas Festival hosted by the Aspen Institute, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to the stage to defend his company's decision to leave a controversial altered video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the site. He also defended his calls for the government to regulate social media.
He also revealed, possibly for the first time, that during Ireland's recent referendum on abortion, he consulted with Ireland's government (which supported legalizing abortion) about whether Facebook should block pro-life ads originating outside the tiny island nation.”
REMNANT COMMENT: I wonder when we're all going to sit down and have a serious conversation about the morality of any of us continuing to use this Christophobic character's social media platform. Really, Faustian bargains with the Devil are pretty ridiculous.
I realize we can use Facebook to share dieting tips and post riveting cat vids but, as vitally important as all that is, I wonder what else Mark Zuckerberg will have to do before we say enough’ s enough. Livestream himself selling his soul to the Devil on Facebook?
Honestly, would the Cure of Ars or St. Maximilian Kolbe or St. Thomas More or St Joan of Arc be messing around in Mark Zuckerberg's psychotically anti-Christian playground, or would they tell the man to go pound sand?
It's something of a moot point for us here at The Remnant, since Facebook is already shadow banning us on a daily basis. But here's the question: If the Remnant can successfully launch a Catholic equivalent to Facebook, how many traditional Catholics would agree that it's time to tell Mr. Zuckerberg to take a long walk off of a short dock?
We'll see. Look for TradSpace, coming this Fall.