So there it is. The post I made to Facebook that got me banned for three days. As you can see from the comment I made above the meme, I disagreed with its editorial thrust. Obviously, Facebook makes no such distinctions. If you post something objectionable to their editors, even if you use it to expose its fallacy, they bring down the ban hammer. Nick is pissed at me . . .
for not figuring that out before I pressed publish. Fair enough. As stated in the headline above, this is not the first time I’ve been banned. (The last time I was banned was for showing a picture of a toddler dressed as a jihadi decapitating a teddy bear with the caption “keep your powder dry.”) It won’t happen again. But I wonder: should Facebook posters be allowed to publish material like this? Your thoughts?