On the very first day of the public existence of Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter killer, Threads, the world learned that on Zuck’s platform it is not ok to say “non-binary isn’t real.” The world learned of Threads’ freedom-of-speech-killing policies after Chaya Raichik, aka Libs of Tiktok, dared sharing this post on Zuck’s “Twitter Killer.” The app cancelled Raichik’s post for violating its “hate speech” policies, which is a dog whistle for “resisting the far left’s orthodoxy.”
Zuck’s version of hate speech, according to Instagram, whose terms of service are what governs Threads, is speech that is “a direct attack against people…. On the basis of what we call protected characteristics: race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, religious affiliation, caste, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity and serious disease.”
Never mind the FACT that the concept of non-binary is a direct assault on all people who hold to the right belief that God created man and woman in his own image.
Raichik said “Within hours of joining (Zuck’s “Twitter Killer) I got death threats, had people sharing my address, and was told to kill myself. None of those posts were removed despite me reporting them. Only my post stating a fact was removed.”
So the real standard is not speech that is a “direct attack against people,” it’s speech that affirms orthodoxy not accepted by far left grooming gangs such as Zuck seems to hope to cultivate. It is yet another example of the Orwellian tactic of naming policies the opposite of what they stand for. Zuck’s real standard is to cultivate “hate speech” against normal, non-child-grooming people to protect the abnormal, psychotic child grooming cult that is the far left.