Recently David Fischler of Standing Firm, myself and others have tried to persuade Facebook to remove a page that is loaded with hate speech. The Facebook site, “The Untold History,” is a site that only honors Caucasians and Hitler. Its diatribes against the Jewish people are not only deplorable but in all cases untruthful. For instance there is this:
There is a picture of Hitler crucified, equating him to Jesus. I couldn't bring myself to use that one. In fact, most are so offensive I didn't want to use them.
When one sends a message to Facebook asking them to delete the page this is the message they send back:
This one particular site is not the only one that Facebook is ignoring. Recently I was reading the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) twitter page and I noticed that they were linked to a video which you could watch on their page but if you go to where it was on YouTube, and they do provide a link, it is a nationalistic fascist site. The site is Ye Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall site You Free . The symbols there are those of the Nazis. This is a YouTube site connected to several web sites titled, “Unity of Nobility.” There is a European one which pulls in all of the various worldwide fascists sites.
Just to give you an idea of what these web pages are pushing here is one of their videos, and I have to admit that as I read the articles, the praise for Hitler and watched some videos, I couldn't help thinking of the beast in Revelation that is killed but has his deadly wound healed:
They also have a Facebook site: Unity of Nobility-News for Europeans. It constantly lists all of the supposed crimes of other races against Caucasians. Of course, according to them, there are no crimes by whites against any other race. Facebook also turned aside the problems with this page although they are not so apparent as the “Untold History Page.”
David Fischler has created a Facebook page entitled “Protest the “Untold Story and Other Anti-Semitic Pages.” You can go there and like the page and help encourage Facebook to live up to its standards.