Category: War


How long before everyone carries the cancer gene because fat white people insist carrying cancer means you should have kids.
How many mothers want to doom their children and their childrens children with cancer?
How many healthy children die every day through lack of food and water, whilst white people want gender-reassignment or a slimmer ass, straighter nose?

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Otherwise there will only be fat rich people to die in their next war for oil.

But cannot write ‘fuck’ on their airplanes, because it is indecent.

Oh, what have we done with our fathers and sons,

We sold them off, for oil and guns.

Oil and guns, murder and slaughter,

Can you ignore the wails of my daughter?

The crying of women, the rape of our wives.

The waste of our men, the waste of their lives..

Streisand effect?

Facebook has deleted a post by the Norwegian prime minister in an escalating row over the website’s decision to remove content featuring the Pulitzer-prize winning “napalm girl” photograph from the Vietnam war.

Erna Solberg, the Conservative prime minister, called on Facebook to “review its editing policy” after it deleted her post voicing support for a Norwegian newspaper that had fallen foul of the social media giant’s guidelines.

Solberg was one of a string of Norwegian politicians who shared the iconic image after Facebook deleted a post from Tom Egeland, a writer who had included the Nick Ut picture as one of seven photographs he said had “changed the history of warfare”.

Egeland was subsequently suspended from Facebook and his standoff with the social media giant was reported by the daily newspaper Aftenposten, which used the same image in its reporting of the story and itself came under pressure from Facebook to delete the picture.

Aftenposten’s editor-in-chief, Espen Egil Hansen, said the newspaper had received a message from Facebook asking it to “either remove or pixelize” the photograph. He refused and wrote an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg saying he was failing to live up to his role as “the world’s most powerful editor”.

In her intervention on Friday, the Norwegian prime minister wrote that the photograph, entitled The Terror of War and featuring the naked nine-year-old Kim Phúc running away from a napalm attack, had “shaped world history”.

Solberg added: “I appreciate the work Facebook and other media do to stop content and pictures showing abuse and violence … But Facebook is wrong when they censor such images.”

Source: Facebook deletes Norwegian PM’s post as ‘napalm girl’ row escalates | Technology | The Guardian

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