- Mar 4, 2012
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- Republic of Florida
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Facebook to allow temporary calls for violence against Russians and Putin in certain countriesFacebook and Instagram parent company Meta is making a temporary change to its hate speech policy to allow for calls for violence against Russian soldiers and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to reporting from Reuters.
Users of the social media platforms in countries including Russia, Poland, and Ukraine will allow some posts calling from violence against Russian troops in the context of the invasion, as well as calls for violence against Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
Harris, Poland president insist they are 'unified' after dispute over jets for Ukraine: LIVE UPDATESVice President Kamala Harris and Polish President Andrzej Duda insisted Thursday that the United States and Poland are "unified," after the U.S. rejected the country’s proposal to send MiG-29 planes to the Ukrainian military to help it fight Russia.www.foxnews.com
So long as youre in certain countries, calling for violence will now be ok, against other certain countries. Which is a great example of the stupidity of facebooks censorship. American says kill Russians, banned. Ukrainian says kill Russians, ok. Russians say kill Ukranians? Well, facebook is banned in Russia.
So hate speech isnt really wrong, just depends on the popularity of it.