Facebook is Color Revolution confirmed

 This isn’t exactly a surprise, but now we have confirmation that Facebook is in on the Color Revolution:

Facebook has announced that it will be wiping messages alleging that wildfires, which have been sweeping through Oregon, might be the work of certain groups after the FBI brushed off reports of arson as “conspiracy theories.”

“We are removing false claims that the wildfires in Oregon were started by certain groups,” Andy Stone, policy communications manager at Facebook, tweeted late on Saturday.

Defending what is effectively an act of censorship by the social media giant, Stone noted that speculation suggesting the blazes have been ignited by extremists are forcing law enforcement to “divert resources from fighting the fires and protecting the public.”

With its attacks on Qanon, Covid-skeptics, and now its defense of Antifa, Facebook has made it clear that it is now a publisher, with all of the responsibilities that entails. It won’t be able to hide behind the publisher/platform dance much longer. And meanwhile, loyalist Federal forces indicate that the fires are arson attacks targeting populated areas:

A federal law enforcement source shared with Law Enforcement Today that the feds are looking into whether the cases are linked together… and warn there could be more “attacks”. “We are reacting to a coordinated series of attempts to start fires anywhere and everywhere in Oregon. Public and Private lands, incorporated and unincorporated areas. By all indications so far in the preliminary stages of these investigations there is a coordinated effort on the part of these individuals to start fires in areas that are the least protected and most vulnerable then slowing working their way into more populated areas and neighborhoods. Please take this information as an advisory for you own account and welfare and please act in good faith with due diligence to plan accordingly for your own safety and the well being of your community.”

It sounds like it is time for the homestead community to work together and start developing regular security patrols.