Using Facebook could add you to the government's 'enemies of the state' list; use Diaspora instead
by: J. D. Heyes
Social media giant Facebook may be the largest, wealthiest website on the face of the planet, but that doesn't mean it's a place where you should be. That is increasingly the case as the site becomes more intrusive on your privacy, more cold-hearted in its policies and harder on your wallet.
What's more, there are alternatives -- and one in particular that better serves your privacy needs and desires: Diaspora.
According to Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show, merely participating on Facebook "could prove very dangerous to your future well-being." How so? He explains:
There is a reason that Facebook is aligned with both the CIA and the NSA. I have several credible sources tell me that all data posted on Facebook goes into series of cataloged files which culminates with each person being assigned a "Threat Matrix Score". The mere existence of a Threat Matrix Score should send chills up and the collective spines of every American.
Hodges further notes that "[w]hen, not if," martial law is enacted in the United States, the Threat Matrix Score, which is compiled in part by using Facebook data to create an "'enemies of the state' list," will substantially harm "your future longevity."
"It is too late for people like Steve Quayle, Doug and Joe Hagmann, John B. Wells and myself to avoid being placed on this list," Hodges asserted in a blog post on his radio show site. "However, it is not too late for the average American to limit their exposure by NOT posting and participating on Facebook."
This is not a 'tongue in cheek' warning
"Facebook participation should come with a black box warning:"
WARNING: The views expressed on Facebook can and will be used against you. Participation in Facebook could prove detrimental to the length of your life. All political dissident views are immediately reported to the CIA and the NSA. Risk of repeated exposure on Facebook could result in you and your family being hauled out of their homes at 3AM, separated from your family and sent to a re-education camp.
Hodges claims that his warning is anything but "tongue in cheek," as he further asserts that the National Security Agency is already collecting data from the site on users.
Indeed, he says, many print and broadcast media journalists are beginning to rethink their association with the site (which, admittedly, does pull quite a bit of traffic for journalists).
"Several of our journalistic brothers and sisters have been censored and/or otherwise treated unprofessionally by this entity," wrote Hodges. "Facebook has become replete with trolls who patrol the cyber corridors of this monolithic entity chastising and censoring whoever exposes the liberal, anti-human, depopulation agenda of the New World Order.
"Whether it is gun control, criticism of NWO puppet Obama or anything that the alleged grandson of David Rockefeller, Mark Zuckerberg, and his people disagree with, they will kick your Facebook account to the curb for daring to express a legitimate political opinion," he wrote.
Masters of the universe
Facebook has certainly become erratic in what it "allows" on user sites. Posts with pics for babies needing heart transplants are banned (until Facebook officials are shamed into allowing them), while saying nothing about two idiots who douse kittens with gasoline and light them on fire.
There is also the problem of Facebook being used by social scientists and researchers as test beds for altering human behavior, which the site recently admitted to doing.
And there is, of course, the assertion that the NSA and, no doubt, other intelligence agencies from other countries, collect Facebook user data constantly.
"Who appointed Mr. Zuckerberg to be the moral police and the judge of integrity?" Hodges wrote. "It sounds like Zuckerberg can take his place with Soros, Gates, Turner, et al., and the rest of the global elite who think they have the right to treat humanity as their own personal property and view the masses as a disposable commodity."
Masters of the universe tend to exert themselves in ways that are self-serving.
Diaspora, meanwhile, is a much better alternative. It is a decentralized, non-profit social media platform that is super-secure and operated entirely by volunteers. Check it out here: JoinDiaspora.com.
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