Yesterday’s moralmatters.org posting dealt with a youtube about a personal eye witness testimony who heard from Obama’s own lips that he had been born in Kenya.  When I posted this on this website and attempted to post the link on Facebook, it was rejected [deleted].
It seemed very apparent that Facebook was giving me the run-around as I explained in yesterday’s previous posting. 
I continue to maintain:
I only have under 400 friends compared to many who have twice or more than I have. Am I now accumulating too many friends too fast? Or, are some Facebook (authority) personalities paranoid that I am a committed birther, Constitutionalist and Conservative – and, that I am projecting the message out in cyberspace about our White House occupier’s growing identity scandal and unconstitutional non natural born citizen status?
According to Facebook I must have to have some type of acquaintance or friendship [already] to become a Facebook friend to someone – as a prerequisite to even requesting their Facebook friendship. [That’s odd. I don’t remember this prerequisite in the past being imposed upon me]
What kind of nonsense is this, anyway? If I ask someone to be a Facebook friend after I like their “like” or “comment,” – is that a Facebook violation sin? Is the old fellow I met at the bank recently, who engaged me in conversation to be ignored? Am I to tell him, “Shut the hell up, – I don’t know you – you aren’t an acquaintance and / or friend of mine!” Of course not! I politely answered back and we discovered that we had some common interests. We then, after a little while, exchanged phone numbers.
I have always been under the clear impression that a Facebook member could request a Facebook friendship of someone he viewed on Facebook who seemed to have similar interests. If having to know the person “personally” is now a prerequisite (according to Facebook rules), how can a Facebook user ever acquire new FB friends? One would have to only limit oneself to direct family and family relatives. It’s obvious what is going on here. Facebook is just being unreasonable and apparently “hitting on” certain targeted Facebook users with their pop up restrictive boxes.
More questions from this website author about Facebook’s treatment of me. I ask myself:
“Does Facebook treat non Conservatives and non birthers and non Constitutionalists, the way, I’ve been (apparently) treated? Go figure…… The Jessie Jacksons and Al Sharptons most likely don’t receive any Facebook radar treatment, – and, aren’t given the run-around as I have, very recently!
What is the driving paranoia, out there? Are they afraid of American patriots, birthers, Constitutionalists and / or Conservatives? And, if so, if birthers are just loony tune carnival barkers – why are they apparently feared and so heavily resisted, demonized, sanctioned – and / or blocked from enjoying Facebook?
6/5/12 – Noon Update of the Facebook censor omission of this web posting:
- (6/4/12) Afternoon Update to the apparent Facebook Shenanigans:
Facebook, is now allowing yesterday’s posting to stand, without its deletion (as far as I can tell). However, it still is making it difficult making Facebook friends. Here are a couple of comments directed my way by some Facebook users, since yesterday’s moralmatters.org posting:
- Midnight – (6/4/12) Update to the apparent Facebook Shenanigans:
By the way – I just posted this website posting on my Facebook page and they allowed it to stand. I wonder why….. And, I wonder, how long…. Perhaps, now, they are being cited – and, on the web, for that matter.
At any rate, Facebook is no daisy. It isn’t perfect, although I appreciate its world-wide impact and partial tolerance of me to use its facility. Thank you Facebook. But, please cease your needless intolerance and attempted blocking and / or, harassment of some of my postings – and, trying to limit me making new Facebook friends!
One Facebook User comment:
I tried to “like” your post about Obama and they asked for my Email and password. It wouldn’t take my password, then it wouldn’t even take my E-mail address. Something’s unsavory in Denmark!
Another Facebook User Comment:
Thanks, it seems like I haven’t been allowed to accept FB friend request for some time now.
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Nathan M. Bickel