The sharia-enforcing leftwing/Islamic war on free speech just escalated. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, AdSense et al are rigidly enforcing sharia-adherent speech restrictions, blocking our feeds, pages, and posts.
Research by BuzzFeed News reveals that stories about Muslims that have been changed or entirely retracted….
They’re working hard to get us shut down altogether.
Muslim supremacists and their leftwing lapdogs (in this case Buzzfeed) want a perfect record when jihad terror news is breaking. How many of these stories were right? Millions.
If accuracy and veracity are indeed a concern, then where is the analysis on how many stories concerning jihad are reported omitting that salient fact? How many news stories omit the motive of Islamic attacks? Innumerable.
How many news stories on the Orlando jihad slaughter at a homosexual nightclub redacted Mateen’s Islamic declarations and instead he was a closet homosexual? A specious lie and completely without basis. The FBI there was no evidence to support any such theory. Did CNN ever correct that story?
INACCURATE OR MISLEADING NEWS STORIES ABOUT MUSLIMS HAVE BEEN SHARED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF TIMES THIS YEAR
RESEARCH BY BUZZFEED NEWS REVEALS THAT STORIES ABOUT MUSLIMS THAT HAVE BEEN CHANGED OR ENTIRELY RETRACTED SINCE PUBLICATION HAVE RECEIVED OVER 165,000 SHARES IN 2017.
August 16, 2017, Aisha Gani and Tom Phillips, Buzzfeed:
INACCURATE OR MISLEADING NEWS REPORTS ABOUT MUSLIMS HAVE RECEIVED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF SHARES ON SOCIAL MEDIA IN 2017, ANALYSIS BY BUZZFEED NEWS HAS SHOWN.
The stories, which range from false reports about Islamic terror attacks to stories about “halal” Easter eggs being sold in supermarkets – as well as a number where the religion of the people described was not in any way relevant – were the subject of complaints by a British man who has made it his task to get editors to correct inaccurate news stories about Muslims in the British press.
One of the most viral incorrect stories about Muslims so far this year appeared when tabloid newspapers falsely reported a breaking story about a gunman wearing a suicide vest who apparently shouted “Allahu Akbar” and opened fire at a Spanish supermarket.
A typical headline, from The Sun, read: “Supermarket terror gunman ‘screaming Allahu Akbar’ opens fire in Spanish supermarket while ‘carrying bag filled with petrol and gunpowder,’” with the breaking news alert tweets receiving hundreds of retweets at the time.
However, a spokesperson for the supermarket would later confirm: “The shots fired at a store in Ourense (Galicia) were not part of a terrorist attack. He did not shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ and he wasn’t wearing a suicide vest.
“He is a Spanish national with some kind of decreased mental faculties, as the police has said. He was born in the Basque country and he was shouting in his local language.”
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller