Skip to comments.Facebook Deletes Member Pages Over Gadsden Flag (RUMOR)
Posted on 07/18/2010 8:39:43 AM PDT by SWAMPSNIPER
Facebook has sensationally banned the official Alex Jones Facebook page after a customer services representative admitted that all material containing images of the famous Gadsden flag was being deleted by the social networking giant.
Not confirmed as of now. I suppose the best way to find out is to post a Gadsden flag on Facebook!
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This is complete bull$h!+. Dont fall for it folks.
don’t you have an iron, joe?
I thought you wanted all of us to e-mail Facebook to complain....lol. If that is not the case, I apologize.
But go ahead and put the hammer and sickle on there, you’ll be fine.
Sorry but I don’t follow you.
Does anyone actually look at FB to see wassup? There’s a whole ‘Flag of Gadsden’ FB page with 1550 fans, with some of them using the flag as their profile pic (as a previous poster stated). FB is not banning the Gadsden flag.
IF the case about the flag is true, yes, we should all complain. I do think, however, we should wait for the true story now that some doubt has been cast on the original accuser’s story.
Apparently not very many.
I swear, sometimes simply for the sake of entertainment I feel like starting a completely fabricated internet rumor supported by nothing whatsoever just to see how much outrage I can generate.
I find it hillarious that “patriots” who are so concerned with government intrusion into our privacy, join an internet social network that was developed and brought online by a couple of “ex” CIA agents.
Hmmm, I fly the Gadsden flag prominently on my FB page and all is well there, as of 5 minutes ago.
Do you support Diaspora, Gambassa, or one of the others?
probably better reasons for banning alex jones lol
Sorry, I’m not familiar with those names.
yeah—right behind 0’pinhead and beck...
I looked at these briefly and it seems that they all have their place but do not cover the same area that Facebook does. Another product that mirrors Facebook but more open, would seem to have more of an attractive platform for the end users. Hope I made myself clear. I don’t use Facebook, just respond to what I hear.
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