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Facebook censorship

Good day fellow DP'ers.

I have always reposted good content from here and other sources onto my facebook page and i eventually decided to make a group called "True news and documentary".

Now nothing has ever been blocked from being posted to my wall but since i have started to post content onto my group (which only has 10 members) I have on many occasions been blocked from posting content.

The message is that:

"Your message couldn't be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive."

Here is what has been blocked/censored so far (all youtube vids):

"G. Edward Griffin ‒ The Capitalist Conspiracy"

" Do vaccines cause autism? Highly informative video narrated by Rob Schneider "

" George Carlin on American Foreign Policy - Bombing Brown People "

" The Men Who Stole $16 Trillion from America "

"Is Wall Street Run By Financial Terrorists? (LeeCamp on KeiserReport)"

"The Road to World War 3"

"Politicking with Jesse Ventura"

There were a few more that i didnt record as i was just getting so angry. Im surprised i havnt read about this allready.

Has anyone else noticed this?

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What surprises me is that ive

What surprises me is that ive never read anything about it on dailypaul or anywhere else.

I would have expected many people to be rather irritated by this.
Maby an alternative media article or something.

Facebook is a private

Facebook is a private business with deep ties to the establishment now.
What do you expect???
My suggestion. Abandon facebook (or link from it if you want) and host your own content. People are fools to use facebook at this point anyway.
This parody would seem to be more and more true with the recent NSA revelations wouldn't you say;
http://www.theonion.com/video/cias-facebook-program-dramatic...

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