WASHINGTON – It is a bad month to be anti-Semitic, with Jerusalem leaping off the pages of Bible prophecy and into the headlines, but for Facebook’s army of “digital brownshirts,” it’s 1933.

This time, however, the oppressors worship not a mustache-sporting Napoleon, but a dead pedophile prophet with a preference for beheading dissidents, instead of gassing them.

Pamela Geller is one of the most prominent Facebook victims in recent months, banned for 30 days (again) for sharing a story accurately depicting German Muslims at an anti-Semitic rally holding “God bless Hitler” signs. Her published report – where the pictures first appeared – referenced warnings from German rabbis about the rise of anti-Semitic violence.

To sum up, Geller (Jewish) urging caution to other Jewish families is verboten by Facebook. Now, as before, Geller’s only offense is being truthful about Islam.

If the hijab fits, wear it.

So, why the censorship? “The enemy of my enemy is my friend sums it up well,” Geller told The Daily Caller after the Pulse Night Club massacre. “They [Islam, liberals] both hate America and Israel. They both hate Western civilization. So they make common cause,” she continued.

Consistent with the pattern of “my enemy’s enemy is my friend,” Facebook is openly and systematically engaging in wholesale anti-Semitism. It’s fanatical and puritanical censorship of users for posts criticizing radical Islam would likely make Joseph Goebbels blush.

While disturbing, Facebook’s totalitarian tilt is not surprising.

Facebook was created by a sociopath, who once bragged, “People just … ‘trust me’ … dumb f—s.”

Maybe we should believe Zuckerberg when he says we are “dumb f—s” for believing him. Neville Chamberlain could teach Facebook users about blind stupidity. In fact, a certain German pulled a “Zuck” at Munich after signing Neville’s coveted “piece of paper,” confiding to Von Ribbentrop, “Oh, don’t take it so seriously. That piece of paper is of no further significance whatever.”

It is in this spirit, that Zuckerberg’s sudden embrace of his Jewish heritage should be viewed with suspicion. Moreover, playing the Jewish card in order to promote radical Islam is hardly worthy of praise.

After all, how Jewish can a man be who promises Pakistan that Facebook will comply with Muslim blasphemy laws (which prohibit any criticism of Islam … ever, even by non-Muslims)?

Then, there’s the fact that Mark Zuckerberg’s first reaction in the wake of Islamic terror attacks anywhere in the world is not solidarity with victims, but concern survivors might feel negatively about Muslims. “After the Paris attacks and hate this week, I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted,” Zuckerberg wrote.

He did the same after rape mobs ravaged Germany, promising to “now include hate speech against migrants,” in Facebook’s community guidelines. “Hate has no place on Facebook.” He also applauded Chancellor Angela Merkel: “German leadership in the refugee crisis … has been inspiring.”

And what does German leadership look like? After 1,000 Muslim refugees raped hundreds of women on NYE in Cologne, officials proposed that German women simply be less rape-able.

“There’s always the possibility of keeping a certain distance of more than an arm’s length,” Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker said. “Women would also be smart not to go and embrace everyone that you meet. … Such offers could be misunderstood,” she added.

Zuckerberg: “I hope the U.S. follows Germany’s lead on this.”

More recently, Zuckerberg condemmed President Trump’s “extreme vetting,” despite the fact that even the Obama administration warned that ISIS was infiltrating the West as refugees and that there was no way to vet refugee candidates sufficiently to eliminate risk.

If such crystal-clear warnings from the most pro-Islam U.S. president to ever occupy the Oval Office are not sufficient reasons for Zuckerberg to suspend dinners with Somali pirates, then only two conclusions are possible: Zuck is either woefully ignorant of reality, or he is cynically using his Jewish heritage to conceal a profit-driven embrace of radical Islam.

Zuck is not the only Jewish anti-Semite criminal mastermind shaping Facebook, either. In fact, he’s Darth Vader to George Soros’ Emperor Palpatine.

The George Soros-funded Poynter Institute was hired by Facebook last year to censor “fake news.” In addition to his open support of Muslim refugees (his think tank funded “the Merkel plan”), there’s another important fact about Soros that indisputably colors his worldview: He’s a Nazi, and not metaphorically. He’s an actual historical Nazi. Soros helped confiscate the property of Jews during World War II.

When asked on “60 Minutes” if he felt any guilt, Soros callously remarked, “No … well, actually, in a funny way, it’s just like in markets – that if I weren’t there … somebody else would be taking it away anyhow. … So I had no sense of guilt.”

Poynter’s training course for aspiring fact-checkers tellingly instructs pupils to suppress reports of jihadi violence, saying that people have a “skewed impression of the prevalence of jihad. …” The course suggests censoring content that will “amplify fears of jihad.”

We are asked to believe that Facebook censors because it cares; after all, it always does so in the name of stopping “hate.”

But what is “hate” exactly? The Pakistanis believe “hate” is users posting anything honest about Islam, and Facebook agreed.

And yet, Facebook even bans Muslim celebrities for encouraging fellow Muslims to refrain from violence and integrate.

“Stopping hate” clearly is not the objective. Consolidating power by promoting division, using Islam as the wedge, is the objective – divide and conquer.

Soros says as much, telling the EU it must “accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future,” adding that, “Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.” It’s about “establishing global standards,” revealed Soros.

Geller’s views on Islam are no secret, but Facebook’s highly visible and intensifying interventions against public figures like Geller have far wider implications. If Americans look the other way, Facebook could very well start banning anyone, for any reason – effectively ending their free speech as it is known in the 21st century.

That is why the draconian censorship of Pamela Geller cannot merely be regarded as a temporary aberration, or even worse, an acceptable sacrifice for the convenience of some.

“Freedom of speech is the right to tell others what they don’t want to hear,” George Orwell once wrote.

By not supporting Geller’s freedom of speech now, we condemn ourselves in the future. “First they came for the Jews, but I did not speak out, for I was not Jewish. … Then, they came for me, but there was no one left to speak out” – immortal words spoken by concentration camp survivor Rev. Martin Niemoller after World War II.

Thankfully, there is at least one person who is heeding Niemoller’s clarion call: Pamela Geller. Her ancestors faced extermination only a few decades ago. Geller recognizes the pattern, and she is one of the few courageously standing in the gap, at great risk to her own personal safety.

Facebook is poised to do what two world wars could not: destroy the free world. The discomfort of a few cannot be allowed to overrule the survival of Western civilization.

Pamela Geller, we salute you.

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