Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Facebook Censors Facts About Genocide of Hindus by Muslims



I hadn't even quite finished the previous blog post about Facebook censorship on our God or Absurdity Reloaded page and we got hit again!

This time Facebook are censoring the facts about Islam and what is arguably the worst atrocity ever committed - the murder of 80 million Hindus by Muslims. This is a fact of history although many people don't know about it because most people are too busy being afraid of Muslims to actually talk about it. I even put a comment along with it to make it clear that while this is a fact of history not all Muslims are violent.


Here's the link to the facts behind the meme www.politicalislam.com/tears-of-jihad/. Under the section on Hindus it says:

Koenard Elst in Negationism in India gives an estimate of 80 million Hindus killed in the total jihad against India. [Koenard Elst, Negationism in India, Voice of India, New Delhi, 2002, pg. 34.] The country of India today is only half the size of ancient India, due to jihad. The mountains near India are called the Hindu Kush, meaning the “funeral pyre of the Hindus.”

Here's the actual meme that was removed (feel free to copy and share):



The article Islamic Invasion of India puts the figure of Hindus massacred by Muslims at 400 million, which seems to high to me.

The article Was there an Islamic "Genocide" of Hindus admits that no one really knows how many millions of Hindus have been killed by Muslims because of a lack of serious research into the issue. It seems that most people in India today want to ignore past atrocities done by Muslims because they are afraid of inciting further Islamic violence.

This is something that I've noticed in the Islamic mind - many Muslims become enraged that anyone would dare to criticize their "peaceful" religion - and some are so enraged that they are willing to kill those who suggest that Islam is a violent ideology.

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Censored by Facebook and Falsely Accused of Promoting Self-Harm and Suicide


Facebook have been at it again. This time they've removed 2 things I posted on the God or Absurdity Reloaded page because they were "concerned it that [sic] might encourage or promote self-harm, substance abuse or suicidal behavior."

"We hope you understand why we removed it."

No, I don't understand why you removed it Facebook admins. Is it because you can't handle the truth that abortion is murder and that our western nations have become just as wicked if not more wicked than ISIS? Is it because you're a hypocrite and love to condemn ISIS but aren't willing to admit that you're involved in the same kind of thing?



Then they removed another post on similar grounds despite me specifically saying that we didn't agree with it and that if a person is having suicidal thoughts that they should get help rather than join one of these sick pro suicide groups.


As you can see in my comment I made it very clear that suicide isn't an option and that anyone having suicidal thoughts should seek help.

Here's the link to the YouTube video that I posted: Teen Pro Suicide Groups. If you watch the video you'll see that the girl says that the pro suicide groups are sick. If people want to find these kind of groups they're going to find them through Google and not talking about them to warn people about them and to discuss why suicide is a terrible thing isn't the right approach.

Here's the Bill Maher meme that I posted. Surprisingly they haven't pulled that down too. I posted it with a comment saying that Bill Maher (a popular atheist talk show host in the US) is sounding a lot like Hitler.




We are living in a culture of death where life is not valued the way it should be. But through Jesus Christ we can find hope. The Bible is clear that all life is precious because we are made in the image of God and loved by our Creator.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Censored by Facebook Again - Anti Pro Choice Meme Removed and 7 Day Ban



Another day and again I've been hit by Facebook unjustly for speaking out against injustice.
Here's the meme that was removed from the God or Absurdity Reloaded page:



As well as the meme being removed I was hit with a 7 day ban on one of my Facebook accounts.
(I've set up a few accounts because it's one of the few ways I've got to fight the injustice of what is going on.)

Some might argue that the meme is encouraging violence, but it doesn't say that at all, and for the record I am strongly against violence - it is not the solution to the problem of the violent murder of pre-born babies. Anyway, since when did asking questions on Facebook become a violation of their community guidelines?

Meanwhile Facebook is fine with:
All of the above things were reported to Facebook and in every case Facebook responded that they did not violate their community standards. The double standards are glaring. Given that this keeps happening again and again to posts on our Facebook page it seems clear that Facebook have "targeted" us because they don't like us exposing the unpolitically correct truth about abortion and Islam.

They've already shut down our main God or Absurdity page which had a reach of up to 1.7 million people a few weeks ago. Now it has gone and we've had to restart with a new page (God or Absurdity Reloaded) and have a reach of around 10k. But we will keep speaking the truth because it needs to be heard and because we are called to be faithful to do what is right and just.

"Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them." (Eph 5:11)

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