Monday, June 19, 2017

Facebook: The Father Hunwicke article you attempted to share contains abusive content

Just this morning, I attempted to post an article written by Father John Hunwicke on Facebook.  Twice I was prevented from doing so and received this message:

Then, a friend tried and received this message:

So, Facebook is once again banning content which pro-Francis folks deem "objectionable."  This isn't the first time Facebook has blocked me for posting material which they object to because it is deemed "too Catholic." See here for example.

The social media network, Which permits all manner of filth and violence, including jihadist videos which depict graphic violence, has a problem with moral objections to Amoris laetitia.

The New World Order, with its humanitarian religion, will not tolerate any dissent.  The supernatural faith of Roman Catholicism must be stamped out.

This video found its way onto my Facebook Page after this episode.  I deleted it.


Paul Anthony Melanson said...

For the moment, I cannot post to my Facebook wall. I am banned, apparently.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

Non-violent, peaceful opposition to Amoris laetitia and I am banned.


Osusanna said...

That image in the video you deleted is prob running Fakebook.

B flat said...

Why do you use this medium? Don't support your enemy.

Kathleen1031 said...

I guess what this means is eventually, Facebook will stop being a platform for actual Roman Catholics. These Modernists intend to silence us, and, they may. All the more reason we will need a Latin Rite Mass to attend, and lots of good books to keep us company, while we await whatever remedy God wills to send this world.
Carry on Christian soldiers.

William M. Briggs said...

I can confirm. Just tried (his post on Idolatry) and got this message:

The content you're trying to share includes a link that our security systems detected to be unsafe:

Please remove this link to continue.

If you think you're seeing this by mistake, please let us know.

30-06 Rifle said...

You're dead!

TLM said...

In all actuality, I believe 'Facebook' will cease to be a platform not only for true Roman Catholics, but for all Christians of any denomination. Yes, Catholics must go first, that's the plan. But for the OWO crowd, of which facebook is steeped in, Christianity will be eliminated altogether......some day. You will not be able to post anything that has a reference to 'God' and especially to 'Jesus', the second person of the Trinity. They are looking to replace God with the 'Deity of Government'. I do believe this is the 'God' they will eventually want everyone to worship.

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