Donald Trump, former US President, has now lodged a complaint against his suspension with the “Oversight Board”, which is financed by Facebook, after it was blocked for an indefinite period in January. The majority of the board members are directly or indirectly linked to George Soros.
Twitter is boring
Trump said last week he was considering options for a return to social media, including joining an existing platform or creating one of his own. He ruled out a return to Twitter, where he was also blocked: the platform was too boring – and it certainly is now without him on it. The supervisory body is co-chaired by the former Danish socialist prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who is active in Soros-funded organizations. She confirmed Trump’s objection, which is now being examined. The committee must decide within 90 days. Public comments on Trump’s objection are also being examined – there are thousands of them, it said.
Multi-cultural by George Soros
The panel consists of 19 former politicians, journalists and scientists and is supposed to listen to complaints from users. The group’s “independence” is self-explanatory: a large number of its members are directly or indirectly related to George Soros. The examiners come from Australia, West Africa, Colombia, several from the USA, Cameroon / France, Brazil, Great Britain, Pakistan, India, Yemen, Hungary, Taiwan, Indonesia, Israel and Kenya. The representative from West Africa is, for example, the program manager of the Open Society Initiative (George Soros). The Hungarian representative is a professor at the George Soros University (CEU). The representative from Kenya is a committed activist with Human Rights Watch: George Soros recently announced he would support them for the next 10 years with 100 million US dollars. The British representative was formerly editor-in-chief of the left-leaning newspaper “The Guardian” and a member of a Soros committee to protect journalists. The committee also includes professors from universities who have been sponsored with Soros money.
Left Zuckerberg dictatorship
Facebook blocked Trump for an indefinite period in the wake of the storming of the Capitol on January 6th. Trump posted two posts there that day. In it he told his supporters that “we must have peace” and “go home”. Mark Zuckerberg, who wanted to give everyone a voice with Facebook, has now restricted this group to “links only”. Regarding the Trump ban, he said condescendingly: we believe the risk that the President (then Trump) can continue to use our service is simply too great. We are therefore extending his blockade on Facebook and Instagram indefinitely and at least for the next two weeks until the peaceful change of power is complete.”
Run on Telegram
Many conservative users turned their backs on Twitter and Facebook after the Trump ban. Because of the unprecedented wave of censorship that followed, there was a run on Telegram: 25 million new users within three days. Around 500 million people today communicate on the censorship-free platform.