The following commentary, is this author’s personal experience of how an apparent Facebook operation, suppressed a Moralmatters commentary from further spread on the Internet. The sanctioning (penalizing) action took place close to midnight on January 17, 2015.
This Moralmatters author posted the following commentary on many of his Facebook groups:
Many Americans are thirsty for reality. They are thirsty for the truth. It didn’t take long after posting the Brassard family crisis acting commentary, on my Facebook groups, for that specific Moralmatters online posting to be spread around the Internet. An increasing population is becoming aware how unscrupulous crisis actors are being used by big government and its complicit mainstream media. However, how dare the (widespread) public become aware of that ever-growing reality! So, the apparent thinking of Cyberspace censorship controllers!
Moralmatters Statistics Page:
Following is what this author witnessed on his Moralmatters statistics page. (Mind you that he is aware that even statistics can and are manipulated by the Internet powers-that-be). But that’s another subject for another Moralmatters commentary.
Please note the following Moralmatters website (partial one set) of reported stats. This information helps to substantiate the motive (reason) for the aforementioned assertion of malignant cyberspace control censorship. These particular stats (below) only represent 3 days – and only clicked links from Facebook and the one commentary article. Please also note that Facebook blocked Nathan Bickel’s Facebook facility late in the evening of January 17, 2015. It can can also be concluded that the Facebook censoring facility was not amicable to all the sharing (re-posting) of the commentary article by other Facebook users.
People clicked links from these pages to get to your site:
Facebook: – 279
Specific stats of Moralmatters article: Brassard family crisis acting commentary – 327
People clicked links from these pages to get to your site:
Facebook – 1,117
Specific stats of Moralmatters article: Brassard family crisis acting commentary – 1289
Facebook – 373
Specific stats of Moralmatters article: Brassard family crisis acting commentary – 457
Furthermore, this Moralmatters author is well aware that even his (one particular) website’s stats are somehow manipulated (down-played) by cyberspace censorship controllers.
Monthly, Moralmatters has hundreds of thousands of page views. And, daily, Moralmatters has tens of thousands of Internet “hits.” (He knows that from his website server). Yet, one website (supposedly) designed to track website online rankings, claims that Moralmatters garners no more than 4 unique visitors per day and possesses an overall ranking of 9,452,060. It further falsely (statistically) claims, that this Moralmatters website is globally visited by 0% visitors.
If all of the above were true, then why the cyberspace-censorship-Facebook-time-out, visited upon moralmatters.org? Apparently, Facebook knows that many web viewers are aware of Moralmatters.org, visit it and are eager to take note its commentaries. But why the apparent Facebook facility paranoia for a website that is (supposedly) reported to have statistically, 0% visitations?
The false statistical ranking website’s claim, isn’t very difficult to discount, considering that the U.S. government is controlled by a criminal ID forgery fraud who promoted that fraud throughout cyberspace. Go figure. When the leader at the top is corrupt, similar corruption flows downhill:
“If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.” – Proverbs 29:12 – KJV
Didn’t Christ say that a corrupt tree produces rotten fruit?
Moralmatters commentaries are all about disseminating the truth. If its author, Nathan M. Bickel is penalized again by Facebook, for expressing that reality, online, then, so be it. Pastor emeritus Bickel refuses to kiss any cyberspace censorship controller’s ass.
And, I will further say, that if I am given another Facebook “time-out” penalty, that possible noxious action will be further evidence (substantiation) of my assertions, stated in this Moralmatters article.
A February 4, 2015 update on Facebook’s censor of Nathan M. Bickel:
After the approximate 2 week penalty (of which reason) wasn’t made clear to me by Facebook, I had a difficult time accessing my FB account. Although I believe Facebook clearly knows who I am, it would not accept one of my telephone #’s it was requiring for ID verification. I finally gave FB another ID verification. And, apparently that action met the Facebook satisfaction. After a day or so, after I submitted that alternate verification, Facebook has now allowed me to access my account, as of today, 2/4/2015.
After having gone through another penalizing experience with Facebook, I think it would be morally proper of its facility to more clearly spell out its policy for penalizing websites such as Moralmatters.org. Until that happens (should it ever) I can only surmise that “someone” (aka, some troll or online schill) did not agree with something I posted on Facebook – and, that person or persons then complained to the Facebook “powers that be.” Hence I then became an apparent political correctness FB “bad boy” and was forced into a 2 week “time-out.”
It has been a common experience of Nathan M. Bickel witnessing his Moralmatters articles postings on his Timeline Facebook page, being almost immediately deleted from his Home page. That censoring action prevents many of his Facebook friends from viewing his commentaries. They are then rendered unaware that he has posted on Facebook. Unless they go to Nathan M. Bickel’s specific FB Timeline page they don’t see those commentaries on the (general) Home page, what this author posted – unless of course, that posting occurs right when they are looking at the home page and scroll up at the time. Should they click on any other link and come back to the common home page, the Nathan Bickel posting is gone. So, is my understanding.
Related informational links to the above:
- Facebook Sanctions Moralmatters.org Author Nathan Bickel – moralmatters.org
- Internet Censorship Police State – moralmatters.org
Facebook Profile Censorship REVEALED! What Facebook doesn’t want you to know… – youtube.com/watch?v=jasgl5Iwp1w
“Facebook is censoring your posts. Unless your friends go to your facebook profile, the majority of facebook posts you make will go unseen. The majority of posts your friends make, who you are not in constant contact with, You likely will not SEE. Facebook also determines what posts you see from “liked” pages as well as shared links. Facebook has gone from social networking to social engineering. Please share this video with others so that they will start seeing your facebook posts as well without them having to go to your facebook profile to see all your posts.” – youtube.com/watch?v=jasgl5Iwp1w
Facebook censorship – www.Facebook censorship
“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”
“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”
[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel]
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