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Facebook to censor Global Warming content

 
 
In its steady march to suppress freedom of speech and impose its own version of "the truth" on its users, Facebook has announced it will "fact check", a euphemism for "censor" all comments related to global warming / climate change.  The upshot is that if you do not believe like the climate alarmists, you will be censored.
 
Facebook has previously done this with the WHO version of "the truth" on the coronavirus, discussion of the scandal surrounding the material on Hunter Biden's laptop, and the fraud in the 2020 election.  Zuckerburg has obviously been reading George Orwell and is setting up his own privately imposed Ministry of Truth.  If it is not part of his political narrative, it cannot be accepted as the truth or even something that can be discussed.
 
The immediate past President of the Czech Republic, Dr. Vaclav Klaus has described the climate alarmists as "a budding totalitarian ideology that is the greatest threat to freedom, democracy, and prosperity in the world today"..  Zuckerburg and Facebook are examples of that totalitarian ideology.
 
Real science is open to debate.  Even Einstein was open to and did debate this theory of relativity.  Climate alarmism, however, is politics, not science.
 
A good review on the actual science on global warming / climate change is the British TV documentary "The Great Global Warming Swindle"  which was broadcast nationally by the UK's Channel 4.  It can be watched in its entirety Here:



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