On Friday Will Johnson had his Facebook page disabled without warning, and he is not able to get access to his media pages, although they are still present on the social media and networking platform.
“There was no warning, no strikes, no times out, I just got the page taken down, there was no explanation,” Johnson told me.
“I feel like the reason why is that Facebook wants to get into the Chinese Market, and Facebook was told they had to have a certain set of standards that don’t include posters like me, and so in order to be marketable to the Chinese, I was banned with other posters like me who speak out about China,” Johnson said.
“This reminds me of what we learned about with the book burnings in our history, except they are burning our digital books, or canceling people who are creating content they don’t want people to see, like me and what I am warning people about with China,” he said.
Johnson’s last post on Facebook was the same as what he posted on his Twitter account:
Johnson had also posted a video from rumble:
“The left is calling for all of us who love this country want us in concentration camps,” Johnson said in the Video, and played a clip of a report calling for Trump supporters domestic terrorists. Johnson broke down the video and warned his viewers of the dangers of what appears to be the Democrat’s plan.
“They are using President Trump to come after us for being Christians, that is all this is. Just like the Nazi came after the Jews,” he said.
Watch the video:
This past month Big Tech monopolies Twitter and Facebook banned President Donald Trump from their platforms. The “purge” expanded in a surprise move when Parler, a conservative version of Twitter, announced Amazon would be shutting them down.
Facebook, in its latest purge of controversial accounts, announced Thursday that it’s scrubbing several “dangerous” personalities from its platforms.
A few posters on Twitter reported that they had their page disabled without warning including a woman who was not a Trump supporter but was an activist against human trafficking who had recently posted about a protest she had attended.
Johnson spoke with Heather Mason on Twitter about her experience:
Mason told the story of a group of friends who had been to a protest in Ontario, to stand up against human trafficking, and numerous friends from the same group had their pages disabled on Friday at the same time.
“We were involved with a protest at city hall in September. Child trafficking and pedophilia,” Heather told Will. So far today it was me, Julie, Christa, Tara and Sabrina who lost our Facebooks. We are all from Sarnia, Ontario. None of us can get them back and Tara tried to make a new one and they shut it right down on her.
“I lost all the pictures of my kids and my son’s dad who just killed himself. All my messages from my friends who have died. They left my public advocacy page though,” she said.
What Facebook is doing to people, after promising to be a fair platform is inhumane and is causing suffering because they disable pages with no explanation, and no opportunity to retrieve important information.
Johnson is on to something. Remember the Nazi book burnings were a campaign conducted by the German Student Union (the Deutsche Studentenschaft to ceremonially burn books in Nazi Germany and Austria in the 1930s. The books targeted for burning were those viewed as being subversive or as representing ideologies opposed to Nazism.
Many people are being victimized by Facebook, and now Will Johnson joins the chorus of those who are feeling a connection to the 1932 Book Burning Blues.