Christian Censorship

Twenty minutes ago, I set up a Facebook Account for this WordPress blog. I used the same title, same pictures, and same format. It took 13 minutes and they sent an alert. The message was that the Account, “Did not meet the “new” Facebook standards for content. The only content present was the same photo of Jesus super imposed over the American Flag with the text “In God We Trust”.

Shaun King is a 41-year-old American writer, civil rights activist, and co-founder of Real Justice PAC. King uses social media to promote social justice causes, including the Black Lives Matter movement.

There is no small amount of irony in that at 31 years old he used his internet skills to become know as the “Facebook Pastor.” He used his relationship with Christianity to build several startups to support social issues and started the HOPEMOB charity for the same purpose. Apparently, he saw God as a credible partner knowing full well that he would not take a cut of the proceeds.

It was this association that propelled his career on Facebook and Twitter as both a writer and social activist. Just ten years later he finds that God is not such a credible partner any more in fact God has become a problem. He was looking for new partner and voila along come “Racism” and BLM, obviously God is outed.

Below is a quote posted on both Twitter and Facebook:

“All murals and stained-glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down.
They are a gross form white supremacy.
Created as tools of oppression.
Racist propaganda.
They should all come down.”

Apparently both Twitter and Facebook feel that destroying Christians and Christian content meets  the “new” Facebook standards for content

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