One month ago, Facebook and Twitter — without warning or justification — deleted the pages of Free Thought Project and Police the Police which had over 5 million followers. During this purge, they also removed hundreds of other pages including massive police accountability groups like Cop Block, Filming Cops, and stifled the reach of Photography is Not a Crime. We reacted to the purge by starting new pages with the 2.0 appendix at the end of them. On Sunday, exactly one month after they wiped these pages from the internet, Facebook struck again, and again, no reason was given.
The only statement given for the new purge was the following: “It looks like recent activity on your Page doesn’t follow the Facebook Page Policies. If you think your Page was unpublished in error, you can appeal and we’ll take another look.”
The implications of such a move to censor those who expose the police state are horrifying. Before it was deleted, Police the Police was the largest police accountability group on the internet and now, it is no longer.
For years, we have exposed criminal cops and shined light into the darkness where other media outlets were scared to go. Police the Police and these other pages taught people how to flex their rights, film the police, and to not be afraid to stand up to the police state.
Never once did any of these pages encourage violence, seek to stoke divide, or perpetuate any hatred toward police. We simply called out the problems with many of the tactics used by police and proposed solutions to them. Now, with the click of a mouse, this wealth of content and information is gone and Facebook appears to be going after anyone else who questions the police state, including Police the Police 2.0.
Why would they do this? ….
Given that social engineers are in charge of facebook, it’s hard to avoid the suspicion that the intention of blocking legitimate whistleblowing and airing of grievances is to close the valve on the social pressure cooker in order to increase violence and destabilize society. Chaos in the streets means herd adherence to government authority as a matter of safety, both from the threat of street violence and the implicit threat of government violence against dissenters.
Needless to say, such measures do not serve the interests of the police. They are on the front lines of the luciferian attack on society. But like the rest of us, they are not to question authority if they know what’s good for them.
Here’s what happens to whistleblowers among the police when officially sanctioned domestic terrorism is involved.