FBI Asks Facebook, Twitter to STOP Banning Extremists because it Makes it Harder to Spy on Them

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I cannot believe that the FBI is demanding an end to social media bannings because it makes spying difficult. Just 1 week ago, in a report of ours called “Telegram Turns Liberal Begins Mass Bannings of Former Social Media Members” we said this same exact thing.

Look, here’s what we said in that article, isn’t that amazing?

“The most idiotic thing about these social media bannings is that why are those nazis even banned in the first place? Don’t they want them to be on Facebook and Twitter so they can spy on them, have an eye on them, know what they do and say? Forcing them to move and group outside of the CIA/NSA controlled environment (Facebook, Twitter) seems like something undesirable and counterproductive because now you just lost track of them, you don’t know what they say and think anymore. Really really psycho crazy world. The spies don’t even know how to spy properly anymore. Its like “Ohhh Im not gonna spy on my enemy anymore because he’s offensive and he offended me!!!”

For years nobody thought of it and nobody mentioned this in news articles until we did and we said it and now the FBI said it, its almost as if we’re being watched and our idea was considered a good idea by the FBI. Well we’re honored our ideas are being taken into consideration by the likes of FBI. Means we’re doing something constructive. Hopefully more ideas of ours will be taken into consideration in the future. FBI, if you’re reading this, know that our intentions are not bad, all we want is to do good, the problem with today’s world is that everyone has different interpretations of what is good and what is bad and that was mainly caused by the divisive society we live in, too many sub-culture groups and thus people no longer know how to distinguish good from bad but we still have one standard which should set all standards, the Holy Bible. Don’t disconsider it even if you’re a disbeliever because regardless of how you think of God, the intentions of the Bible are all good. The Bible teaches only good things, don’t steal, don’t lie, don’t cheat, don’t kill, be a good man, love thy neighbor and so on. Now just as the Bible defines what is good, it also defines what is bad, such as incest, homosexuality, crimes and many more. So we DO have a moral standard its just that people are lost, cannot distinguish good from bad anymore.

RT reported:

Law enforcement is complaining about social media platforms’ full-frontal assault on American political dissidents’ freedom of speech, crying that removing so-called ‘extremists’ from the internet makes it harder to spy on them.

A former FBI profiler recently took to NBC to complain that while Big Tech restricting Americans’ ability to freely communicate was all well and good, it was making it harder for the US intelligence apparatus to properly snoop on every aspect of these people’s lives.

FBI alum Clint Van Zandt complained that a 70-year-old man involved in the raid on the Capitol earlier this month was totally unknown to the bureau, showing up with a truck full of Molotov cocktails, a rifle, and some “improvised grenades” unheralded by any sort of presence on social media.

Lonnie Coffman, the man in question, had no criminal record or ties to any extremist groups, but “was struggling financially and fixated on right-wing views,” Van Zandt explained, adding – in all seriousness – that the senior citizen was the sort of threat that keeps FBI agents “up at night.”

Leaving aside the laughable image of the US’ deep-pocketed intelligence apparatus being thwarted by a 70-year-old man from Alabama – who, it’s worth pointing out, is not known to have even entered the Capitol building (!) – FBI agents like Van Zandt and their local counterparts in small-town sheriffs’ offices are really worried that if social media keeps purging Trump supporters and other undesirables, these platforms will create an unstoppable army of Lonnie Coffmans.

“The purging of people with radical views from popular social platforms, which has escalated in recent weeks, deprives investigators of a crucial tool in tracking people who might move along the continuum of ideation to action,” the former agent said.

In plain English, the profiler lamented that mass deplatforming prevents FBI agents from both spying on the majority of Americans whom it considers to be potential domestic terrorism threats and entrapping wannabe criminals by posing as terrorists, militia members, and other law-breakers.

Indeed, given that nearly all high-profile FBI cases involve the bureau entrapping suspects, and that this work is increasingly done online, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have become crucial tools in what the FBI describes as its fight against domestic extremism. Ordinary Americans might describe the agency’s work, however, as an unjustifiable effort to lure ordinary people into committing crimes in order to make the FBI and the rest of the US’ sprawling intelligence apparatus seem indispensable.

Now that – according to such free-speech-loathing figures as former CIA director John Brennan and House intel committee chair Adam Schiff – the War on Terror is coming home, the FBI is going to need all the help it can get to manufacture the terror statistics that could possibly justify criminalizing political dissent in a nation whose Bill of Rights includes an ironclad guarantee to protect the individual right to free speech. The bureau certainly isn’t going to get that if it hasn’t been cultivating a pool of bored young men with no economic future across multiple platforms, stringing them along with promises of things that go boom.

So please, Twitter and Facebook, the next time you highlight a bunch of users whose views fall outside the ever-more-stifling claustrophobia of the mainstream media and prepare to hit ‘delete’, think of the FBI.


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