Mark Zuckerberg has decided that hate and calls for violence are acceptable, so long as they’re directed against Jews and the topic relates to Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
Meta has confirmed that hate speech calling for violence is now permissible on Facebook and Instagram — as long as the targets are Jewish and the topic of conversation relates to Israel’s military occupation of Palestine. The revised rules on violence and incitement will apply in certain countries – such as Saudi Arabia and Iran – and will allow violent rhetoric against Jews and IDF soldiers.
“As a result of the Israeli invasion of Palestine, we have temporarily made allowances for forms of political expression that would normally violate our rules like violent speech, such as ‘death to the Jewish invaders.’”
Oh, sorry. Apparently there has been a slight misunderstanding. Correction: Jews and Palestine are off-limits. Please do not hate them or utilize violent rhetoric against them. It’s Russians for whom we must reserve our hate.
It’s getting hard to keep track of who is supposed to be Hitler now.