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    Six years ago, Mark Zuckerberg sided with Black Lives Matter and spoke out against the phrase "All Lives Matter". 


    Now, in 2022, Facebook/Meta is telling us Azov Battalion Lives and Ukrainian Lives matter more than Russian Lives. 


    While I moderated content for Facebook, they decided to delete calls for an armed revolution in Venezuela, and allowed calls for death against an Iranian head of state. 


    Currently, they are allowing calls for violence against Russian soldiers. 


    At what point will we say enough is enough, and prevent Facebook from interfering in matters of war and domestic elections? 


    Facebook is more powerful than many countries, and is using their influence to pick winners and losers using global information warfare. They are a military force in that regard, in that they engaged in weaponized information warfare.


    You can read more about Facebook's exceptions that allow child abuse and child trafficking, along with more details about their interference in global elections in my book, Behind the Mask of Facebook.


    https://www.skyhorsepublishing.com/9781510767942/behind-the-mask-of-facebook/


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    For several years prior to 2020, violent crime in America’s major cities was on the decline. But since the riots that summer following the death of George Floyd, it is heading in the opposite direction.

    Murders nationwide in 2020 rose a stunning 29.4 percent over the previous year, the largest annual increase since the FBI began tracking that data in the 1960s. The number of murders in Chicago climbed even more sharply, rising 55 percent. It was as if a switch had been flipped. At least ten major U.S. cities hit new murder highs in 2021, but Chicago led the way with 797, the city’s highest number in 25 years.

    Chicago’s violent crime epidemic is not limited to murder. The city’s 3,561 shooting incidents in 2021 were up 63 percent over 2019. Expressway shootings in Chicago-Cook County rose even more dramatically, from 51 in 2019 to 130 in 2020 to 273 in 2021. These expressway shootings pushed Chicago’s actual 2021 murder total north of 800.

    Added news   to  , Violence

    For several years prior to 2020, violent crime in America’s major cities was on the decline. But since the riots that summer following the death of George Floyd, it is heading in the opposite direction.

    Murders nationwide in 2020 rose a stunning 29.4 percent over the previous year, the largest annual increase since the FBI began tracking that data in the 1960s. The number of murders in Chicago climbed even more sharply, rising 55 percent. It was as if a switch had been flipped. At least ten major U.S. cities hit new murder highs in 2021, but Chicago led the way with 797, the city’s highest number in 25 years.

    Chicago’s violent crime epidemic is not limited to murder. The city’s 3,561 shooting incidents in 2021 were up 63 percent over 2019. Expressway shootings in Chicago-Cook County rose even more dramatically, from 51 in 2019 to 130 in 2020 to 273 in 2021. These expressway shootings pushed Chicago’s actual 2021 murder total north of 800.

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