Facebook and the Social Media stigma


We. Are. Fucked.

As this is a website with rather unconventional uneasy and politically incorrect controversial topics, I cannot sign it up with my own name. In out modern “free censored speech” world, we aren’t allowed to fully express our thoughts. Well, we might do it but then we will be punished by the mindless society and law enforcement mafia. If I was to publish all this under my real name I would probably be hated by 99% of my dear work colleagues and disciplinary sacked from my job immediately. We have a free speech as long as we are talking what the majority wants to hear.

In our modern world saying that you’re not accepting homosexuals adopting kids means you’re homophobic. By telling that you don’t want a different culture spreading out in your own country, you’re being called a racist. Being a nationalist means being a fascist. These are well-known and deeply implanted words in our social consciousness that will be directed against you. Nobody wants to be called a racist, right? In the meantime young girls and boys are encouraged to question their own gender when they are still small kids. It’s a mad world and we should oppose this political correctness craze before it’s too late.

Orwell was right. The oppression is not happening in the somewhat distant future. It’s right here, in front of us.  Thinking about it makes me feel uneasy and uncomfortable. Almost a billion of people on our planet uses Facebook. We only use a handful of websites, in fact probably most of them are owned by huge corporate moguls: Facebook, Google, YouTube plus some of your favorite news services.

Currently, I am not allowed to make any significant changes on my FB page for RedMaleHummingbird. I would need to provide IDs and business documentation and that obviously cannot be done. This means that my FB page can be shut down almost anytime. If that ever happens, I will be still posting over Reddit and other sources. I welcome you to suggest me any good alternatives to Facebook.

I wonder when people will wake up?

I also know the answer: they won’t. If there ever was a wake up call, it was called Snowden. And Assange. And Manning. And we didn’t do shit. We are a race of sheep. We are already being controlled censored and tamed down.

And social media was probably the worst thing for both genders. Facebook apart from being an useful tool for communicating doesn’t change that much. Instead of meeting in real life people waste their time by clicking virtual buttons on their friends profiles arousing themselves by stalking on lives of people they barely know. In addition, those people produce a fake version of their own lives that create their “Facebook story”. Many of them really believe that their virtual personas make who they really are! I’ve heard we are afraid to indulge in Virtual Reality systems because they will disconnect us from the real world. Hello?! We are already living in a fucking virtual reality!

Why Facebook isn’t fun? Have a look:

 

I don’t even need to mention about being blocked, reported and overeager admins willing to cut you out for nothing. And there’s nothing you can do with it. As long as you won’t experience any problems yourself (or problems won’t find you, lol!) everything seems to be fine. But when you will, there’s nothing you can do about it. And nobody will be able to help you. It’s like a circle of sheep. Wolves are regularly killing the sheep from the borders of the circle, but the other sheep still being deep inside of it don’t care about it. After a while, there’s no sheep left in the circle. This is what ignorance does to us. Besides, do you really care about what movies your work colleague likes or where he has been two days ago?

And obviously the way FB excites our inner “I want to be famous and liked!” demon is incredible. Women went absolutely mad with such an easy possibility of receiving more attention and competing with other females at the same time. Our social media only made us less social, and more fake. Personally, I hate it. And are there any alternatives? So far I’ve only heard about the Minds.com platform which is not ruled by corporations and already gaining some publicity by being a good alternative to YouTube. 

 

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