I have quite a record of my richard.nikoley Facebook Profile being temporarily blocked. This latest one is NUMBER ELEVEN. Here’s a bit of a history and the bogus “reason” behind the last one, #10.
In my 10 preceding temporary blocks, it has always been over something I had written in an original post, or something I had written in a comment somewhere. None were ever over sharing anything anyone else had posted, or sharing a link to anything on the Internet at large. In this case, above, clicking on my name simply takes me to my own profile, lending the impression that my name and profile/profile pic itself “…offers  sexual services, solicitation of sexual material, threats or depictions of sexual violence, threats to share intimate images or any sexual content involving minors.” What Zucktard writes this stupid shit? Overbroad, much? It ranges from sexual innuendo banter (which you see all the time) to felony child abuse for fuck’s sake. Moron SJWs…that entire “community standards” department.
So, what was it this time? Since they didn’t show me the photo, I had no clue, and that OPEN button does nothing. I post orignals and share so many posts of others on FB that that’s it’s hard to know what you’re looking for that’s no longer there. Fortunately, a friend suggested a possibility via text, and sure enough, it was the one. It was a share (not an original posting) last Saturday via the one who posted it originally and one of my FB friends who had shared it. So, the share line:
Original Poster —> My Facebook Friend Shares —> I Re-Share
Here it is, and don’t laugh because feelings and sensitivities are at stake.
Unequivocal Facebook Bias #1
So, nudity, a thong, or maybe a bikini? Who can tell? She appears to be an adult, so at least felony child pornography is off the table, I guess. Moreover, how do you draw a line between that photo and, say, this Facebook Page, Keith Selle Photography, chock full of female buttocks? Pictures of female buttocks are not hard to find on Facebook, just search ‘pictures of butts’. So, there’s your first unequivocal judgment and conviction of Facebook’s unscrupulous bias in the service of snowflakes, tender flowers, fat-bottomed girls, feminists, and SJWs everywhere. Guilty.
Unequivocal Facebook Bias #2
Or, what if it’s just someone whose primary motivation is to target me?
I shared that last Saturday. By last evening, Tuesday, it had accumulated over 25 reactions (likes, loves, and LOLs). Then comes along a single pissant individual who takes a piss in the pool and get’s treated by Zucktards like he or she is the pool guy from heaven…the veritable savior of sound pool chemistry everywhere. Guilty.
Unequivocal Facebook Bias #3
This is the three strikes you’re out and the most egregious and duplicitous by far.
The photo is still up at Facebook for anyone to see. In both places—the originator and the one I shared it from—and both are public posts, so not just for their FB friends. But it gets even far more damning. It has been shared from the originator’s post 173 times.
I clicked on that 173 Shares link and it shows me everyone who has shared it. And, they’re all public shares (parent to child permissions) and you can scroll down and click “Show Attachment” on each and every one and yep, there it is. Here’s proof it’s still up from the originator and my Facebook friend who shared it, clipped just a few hours ago.
So, given my share, those two above, plus the 173 shares, we have an instance where, amongst 176 posters of that photo, I am the sole one being singled out, and all because some humanoid waste of flesh targets my posts for reporting and Facebook treats them like a hero for enforcing community standard. Seems to me that the only equitable way to do this would be either 1) locate the originator and deal with it there, or, 2) find all instances of the image and deal with everyone. But Facebook seems, rather, to prefer having their little army of one-off enforcers who believe they’re doing something special and important when clearly, they’re not.
Does any fair minded individual in the world need more proof that Facebook is a wholly evil company—who will share your private data to the highest bidder (as long as the bidder is leftist and Democrat)—and that Mark Zuckerberg is even more evil, to his very manipulative core—with all of his transparently faux posturing and “we care” bullshit?”
As a final note, if you’re reading this and have posted or shared that image, please leave it up. First time “offenders” get a freebie anyway. This was my 11th, so it cost me another 30-day sentence (as it has from about the 5th “offense”).
I wish to preserve the record of what I have exposed. I’ll be crossposting this to my Medium Profile and then I’ll be seeking to distribute it to news outlets to see if I can get any traction. Given Facebook’s waning popularity of late for private-data mining to Democrat political campaigns, a dogpile would be an excellent thing and couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of Zucktards. I have withheld links and identifying information about anyone else and will only pass them along to legitimate news outlets, but only so they can do due diligence.
And you can help too. Please share the ever lovin’ shit out of this on any or all social media you can. I almost never ask for this sort of thing. Now, I’m admonishing: Please Share It. It’s not for my benefit as much as it is the far more important element of exposing Fauxbook for exactly with it is in terms of wanton duplicity and bias.
Should any news or podcast publisher wish to interview me by phone or Skype, I’m unequivocally available. Drop a comment here, anywhere on Facebook, or via Facebook Messenger (I can’t reply to anything on Facebook, but I see all comments and messages). Leave a way to contact you.