The Limits to Evil

With all the recent talk of Facebook’s Zuckerberg and that fag who runs Twitter about ramping up censorship against dissenters from Leftist orthodoxy; Twitter running an Inquisition Council and shadowbanning people, and Zuckerberg promising Merkel to delete posts against the Arab invasion of Germany; I gotta admit I was very worried. I believe everyone would be better off leaving social media; but such naked shows of force by the Left against the common people does make one feel very vulnerable.

You can’t beat the government; and you shouldn’t try. But there are limits to what a bureaucracy can do. At the most basic level, there’s administrative hurdles of just how much work a bureaucracy can pull off. Facebook is supposed to silence all voices opposing the Arab invasion of Germany. But Facebook is having a lot of trouble shutting up Trump supporters completely trashing all voices of the Establishment.

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I don’t know if Facebook is unable, just doesn’t have the personnel to delete every single Trump-ist, or if American law forbids them from deleting stuff. Twitter bans and deletes with abandon, so it shouldn’t be legal stuff. And I feel Zuckerberg would rather like to ban every single Trump supporter. Surely Romney would like to have a friendly comment on his Facebook page, at least one single comment who doesn’t tell him he is a disgusting slime. Alas.

Maybe we just have to overwhelm the censors.

  1. The Limits to Evil | Neoreactive - pingback on March 4, 2016 at 10:31 am
  2. “We” who? It is true that populist movements can overwhelm pretty much any bureaucracy that is not allowed physical means of repression. But equally true is that reactionaries are not popular. What is popular now rather lacks a name — the Trumpening, I guess — but it’s hardly reactionary. Trump is the most left-wing Republican running. The Trumpening ss aligned with us in two ways: the national question (assuming here Glorious Leader has read “his” position on it), and PC (generally against). But it’s democratic, so it is ruinous in its fundaments, and we should not forget that.

    God knows who President Trump will appoint to the Supreme Court. We can hope, at least, and that’s more than we can say for Hillary or that commie.

  3. The Limits to Evil | Reaction Times - pingback on March 4, 2016 at 3:15 pm

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