Fortune 500 advertisers feeling the pressure from social justice organizations are now boycotting social media outlets.
Catalyzed by the intoxicating mysticism and delusional wonderment of society majestically transforming into a singular tribe of benevolent nomads furnished in featureless smocks migrating gracefully across the earth and subsisting on fruits and nuts, globalists incapable of detaching themselves from the fantasy literature genre are assembling their passive aggressive sorties capable of nightmarish monstrosities. For all the legwork that social media has accomplished for the staunch Democratic cause in effectively grooming the younger generations through subversive measures touching the nearest borders of emotional coercion to the faintest borders of mind control, even the consistent and calculated unethical efforts are not enough to be accused and sentenced without a trial by the social justice collective.
As the Salem witch trial neutron bomb mushroom cloud of pointed fingers logarithmically expands through both the digital hinterland and the country in the wake of the George Floyd travesty, no one or entity is safe from ridicule, scrutiny, or severe damages inflicted by the venerable mob. Caving into the hysteria, a pair of Fortune 500 advertisers pulled north of $50 billion from F***book, Twitter, and Instagram, sending shockwaves across the business world, and reaffirming the chilling notion in the contemporary era dominated by groupthink, that a proven track is immaterial against the will of snarky societal engineers.
Unilever and Coca Cola defected from the social network advertising ranks in citing a perilous and toxic community environments as deterrents to business. Critics are just now figuring out that the ambiguous “community standards” and the questionable banning of specific posts has destroyed the ability to have a reasonable digital exchange, unless one is of a specific political ilk. The consumer products packaging titan recently made headlines for launching a PC campaign to redefine beauty which included a resounding initial directive to remove the phrase “fair & lovely” from a skin whitening line offered to consumers in India. In this insane world, the term “whitening” is being politicized. While sensible Americans arrange a search and rescue effort for the stately and inspiring icon of Land O’ Lakes butter, curiosity kills the cat in why digital platforms programmed to promote liberal content end users posting left-leaning information are being demonized by the social justice consortium?
The “Fair & Lovely” product line is now a victim of the PC movement infiltrating the consumer goods market.
The motely duo of Mark’s Zuckerberg’s brainchild and Twitter are notorious for shadow banning conservative viewpoints and news, illustrated by F***book’s recent tussle with Trump campaign advertising. As both entities have proven over and over again that ambiguous community standards will be imposed on a post by post basis pertaining to anything of tradition, why the Dems are hammering valuable resources to their cause with financial sanctions is beyond baffling.
As the elections loom, the generic narrative still includes the cumbersome an unimaginative conspiracy theory that Putin-bots swayed the 2016 election, its prevalence more of an indictment to a lack of sanity or intelligence, than to genuine concern cherished by Trump critics. However, a massive exodus for advertising revenue in the coming months will not result in a proportional defection of end users across the entire gamut of platforms, as social media has become such and ingrained part of culture and everyday life. While many hope and pray for the F***book’s of the world to be dissolved, along with the myriad of site issues and the deliberately limiting one side of the political ledger, the short-term instant demise of the industry is virtually impossible, barring a direct EMP strike on corporate servers.
In these immoral and confusing times, where fact is shrouded in emotions and the push for humanity to evolve as an eusocial and featureless skeleton in carving individuality away with a rusty knife, the nonsensical and chaotic pathway in achieving power lacks logic or sustainability. While delusions of grandeur surrender to cognitive dissonance, and flower children reimagine humankind as a prodigious circle of hand holding unconditional love, the template for the perfect Democratic publicly traded private entity face a novel pecuniary challenge. The moral of the story is that nothing is off limits for being shamelessly eviscerated, especially from the tiresome antics of the peremptory and mendacious peanut gallery.
Not even the bureaucratic, or unharnessed characteristics that rival a hybrid socialistic organism, nuances conducive to liberal thought, or the abundance of government subsidies, and the complete absence of consistent leadership provide immunity for the F***book- Twitter alliance to provide reeducation opportunities while dismantling the English language. As the mainstream press continues a tedious relationship with the behemoths of social networking, newsrooms have flipped the switch activating attack mode and Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey are no longer in exclusive combat with the federal government and public watchdog organizations demanding accountability and transparency. The paradigm shift is a puzzling development considering that employees at F***book have admitted the practice of deliberately burying Conservative content, and Dorsey’s insistence that Twitter embraces a leftist corporate culture.
While the divine comedy of the blame game spills over from the digital world into reality, laughter remains a powerful tool in preserving sanity, but in a world turned upside down, who will have the last laugh?
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