Mark Zuckerberg continues his one-light-year backtrack in the wake of the election. The CEO of “the” social networking beast is now a recovering
antichrist, rather atheist, as the man who has a higher valuation than the gross domestic products of 108 nations, announced through a diverse channel of drones, high-altitude hot air balloons, formation sky divers in skin suits and 10,000 feet of vertical drop on a Ceylonese waterslide into the Indian Ocean, that the presence of religion in society is “important.”
At least that is the notion that hundreds of thousands of pathological gatekeepers who perpetually monitor the text and device musings of global notorieties have reached. The consensus came only after dissecting a recent Zuckerberg tweet. The irony to the entire narrative is that once cultural icons reach the threshold of ultra-celebrity status, the reference to deity soon follows along with inherent detrimental consequences.
According to the New York Post, the liberally-maligned founder of F%$#book unveiled his philosophical revelations at the apex of the Holiday season in a short message which including “Merry Christmas” (a traditional greeting which was nearly destroyed by the politically correct perversions apologists and activists).
Allegedly, Zuckerberg’s wife, who practices Buddhism, propagated the faintest inclinations of spirituality into beliefs within the stoic billionaire. With trace amounts of humanity now existing tediously within the social networking construct, will the journey to enlightenment lead to more efficient devices of content evaluation in determining trending content and the subsequent banishment of “fake news”… Or is this entire plot a calculated public relations defensive move in direct response to the pending changes at the White House and the forthcoming backlash from society in admonishing Christians?
Read the full New York Daily News story here.