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RE: Is the Facebook "whistleblower" just a plant?
(10-07-2021 01:40 PM)Was SoMs Eagle Wrote:  
(10-07-2021 12:56 PM)JMUDunk Wrote:  Clearly a plant. She's been involved in half a dozen cozzy little relations with lawyers, operatives, campaigns involving everyone from Commie-saki to working at google, FB and pinterest.

Only thing missing is having a kid with Crackhead Bob or doing stint at Auntie Pinko/media mush.

And a direct connection to the PRC.

Good point.

I hope some of these resourceful folks up there continue to dig. I'd bet a thousand bucks something related to PRC pops right on up. They're all in it, bellied up to the Commie trough, R & D alike.
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People, the best thing to do is to delete Facebook, don't even keep the account just sitting there inactive. Find and use an alternative and the encourage other s to do the same. Even if there is just one person you help get active on a free speech based platform, that's how Facebook can be slowly killed off.

Its just like when people joined Facebook, we did it because someone we know had stuff they wanted to share with us so we joined as well.
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EXC: Facebook Whistleblower’s Private Twitter Account Reveals Marxist Sympathies.


Quote:The corporate media’s fêted Facebook “whistleblower” tweeted a number of racially charged comments, as well as claiming to have bought books by Karl Marx for young children, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal.

Frances Haugen – who went from nobody to testifying on Capitol Hill within a matter of days – has been demanding mass censorship on social media, particularly aimed at those who don’t share her worldview.

But her own behavior on social media may serve to undermine her moral authority on the matter.

A private profile linked to Haugen which appeared in her biography for speaking events such as the 2015 Girl Geek Dinner reveals an even more bizarre side to the former Facebook staffer. It also contains posts detailing work for her previous employers such as Google and her time attending Harvard Business School.

While the account – “@Frizy” – is currently obscured, an archive of the profile from 2008 and 2009 reveal strange public posts made by Haugen.

Among them, Haugen tells jokes stereotyping “brown men” and mathematics while recounting her airborne attempts at flirting:

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In another post, Haugen tweets about an “awesome table of diversity” featuring an “indian, red head, blonde, african american, and asian”.

“[N]ever seen it in Boston,” she adds.

In reality, Boston is ranked amongst the top 25 “diverse” places in America.

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In a revealing post date February 2009, Haugen tweeted about purchasing comic books for her “small cousin”.

The books include the works of Karl Marx as well as communist philosopher and pedophilia apologist Michel Foucault. In a 1978 interview, Foucault said that assuming “that a child is incapable of explaining what happened and was incapable of giving his consent are two abuses that are intolerable, quite unacceptable.”

In 1977 he signed a petition calling for the effective legalization of pedophilia in France.

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Additional posts unearthed by The National Pulse reveal Haugen instructing followers to “contemplate [sic] how world would be different if women were $$ly independent” and admitting she is the “worst seatmate ever” for having a “cough/runny nose,” an “oozing wound,” and failing to bathe for two days:

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The National Pulse reached out to Haugen for comment but did not receive a response.

The National Pulse has previously exposed Haugen for repeatedly donating to far-left, Marxist-inspired groups and political candidates such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
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RE: Is the Facebook "whistleblower" just a plant?
Sick people in this world and to think they are almost all in the democratic party. crazy.
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RE: Is the Facebook "whistleblower" just a plant?
Beware of Facebook Whistleblower and Her Ulterior Motives


Quote:Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee, who recently appeared on 60 Minutes and testified before Congress, has an agenda, and it is not about exposing the dark truths about her former employer.

In actuality, Haugen wants Congress to crack down on what she calls “misinformation” perpetuated on Facebook and other social media platforms.

According to Haugen, “When we live in an information environment that is full of angry, hateful, polarizing content, it erodes our civic trust, it erodes our faith in each other, it erodes our ability to want to care for each other, the version of Facebook that exists today is tearing our societies apart and causing ethnic violence around the world.”

Consequently, Haugen wants the federal government to impose anti-free speech regulations on Facebook and other social media giants.

Specifically, Haugen wants the federal government to create an oversight board that would be responsible for removing “misinformation” from Facebook and other social media platforms.

Indeed, this is personal for Haugen, who claims she took the job as head of Facebook’s Civil Integrity unit after she lost a friend to “misinformation” and “online conspiracy theories.”

As Haugen described to 60 Minutes, her tenure as Facebook’s head of the Civil Integrity department was short-lived. “They told us, ‘We’re dissolving Civic Integrity.’ Like, they basically said, ‘Oh good, we made it through the election. There wasn’t riots. We can get rid of Civic Integrity now.’ Fast forward a couple months, we got the insurrection. And when they got rid of Civic Integrity, it was the moment where I was like, ‘I don’t trust that they’re willing to actually invest what needs to be invested to keep Facebook from being dangerous.’”

And there you have it. Haugen’s beef with Facebook is not about protecting users, it is about silencing people she disagrees with.

This became crystal clear in her opening remarks before a Senate Commerce subcommittee.

According to Haugen, Facebook peddles misinformation and products that “stoke division” and “weaken our democracy.” She also claims that Facebook allowing users to post what she deems as “misinformation” is bad for the “common good.”

Haugen even believes that Facebook’s reluctance to remove all “misinformation” is akin to Big Tobacco hiding the fact that cigarette smoking caused cancer.

“When we realized big tobacco was hiding the harms it caused, the government took action. When we figured out cars were safer with seat belts, the government took action. And when our government learned that opioids were taking lives, the government took action. I implore you to do the same here,” she testified.

Haugen’s reliance on this straw man argument confirms her censorship agenda and blatant bias against free speech.

It is ridiculous to compare the actions of Big Tobacco in the 1950s with a semi-open forum such as Facebook.

In fact, Facebook has gone out of its way in recent years to stifle free speech under the guise of so-called misinformation. Examples of Facebook (and other social media giants) suppressing free speech are endless.

Interestingly, the vast majority of those being silenced tend to be on the right side of the political spectrum. Indeed, it is difficult, if not impossible, to find many examples of Facebook silencing any prominent people or organizations on the left.

Yet, that is not enough for Haugen and her ilk. In their world, Facebook and other social media platforms should not be treated as modern town squares, wherein everyone has a right to voice their opinions.

In Haugen’s Orwellian vision, Facebook would become the Ministry of Truth. And the federal government, like Big Brother, would have complete control over what is and is not considered misinformation.

In other words, Haugen wants the federal government to use Facebook as a conduit to do its dirty, unconstitutional work of censoring Americans’ free speech rights. Haugen is not a whistleblower in the traditional sense of the term. Actually, she is better described as a double-agent for the federal government.
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RE: Is the Facebook "whistleblower" just a plant?
I think the answer to the question is yes.
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