By Miko Peled
One minute all was fine and the next minute I couldn’t log in. It was as simple as that. I think it has something to do with the fact that I exposed an Israeli plant, or troll or paid collaborator or maybe he (or she) was all of the above. The person’s name is not relevant because it is most likely fake anyway, and the names change constantly. This one is called Trevor something.
How do we know someone is an Israeli plant? Easy. Read the content. They go from Palestinian solidarity to Nazi ideology very fast. In fact they go from one to the other so fast, it becomes obvious it’s an Israeli intelligence plant.
Photo posted recently on an Israeli Facebook page. The words read, “The nation of Israel demands vengeance! Death to the whole Arab nation!”
The Anti-Defamation League recently released a “landmark” study entitled “ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism,” purporting to show percentages of people who hold anti-Semitic attitudes in more than 100 countries around the world.
The above photo was posted on an Israeli Facebook page. The page is mostly in Hebrew, and I cannot tell you where or when the photo was taken, but in a comment beneath it, posted at 9:32 a.m. on Wednesday, a fellow Israeli wrote to the site owner, “Do me a favor and ditch these shocking photos now!”
Maybe we should start calling it “two-Facedbook”. Yesterday I put up a brief post concerning a Facebook page calling for the death of Palestinians, along with a link to an article on it at the Electronic Intifada.
The above is a cartoon that appeared Feb. 21 in the German newspaper, Suddeutsche Zeitungas, offering commentary upon the recent Facebook acquisition of the WhatsApp instant messaging service and depicting CEO Mark Zuckerberg as a giant octopus.The words “Krake Facebook” translate to “Facebook Octopus.”