I’ve been jailed on a bogus charge!
Facebook jail that is.
Everything was fine, I was posting, liking, commenting, etc – and then – out of the blue – I tried to like a post by a friend and I get a message from facebook telling me that I am forbidden from posting or commenting for 3 days because something I posted violated the community standards.
Said post being this picture…
There was no trial. I was not granted the right to defend myself, nor was I granted access to counsel.
A bit ironic, don’t you think?
I was jailed as though I were an enemy of the state for implying that America was turning into a police state.
Since the offending picture was posted months ago – I can only assume that some cry baby complained about it to the powers that be which is apparently all the evidence needed for a conviction here on the interweb…
Be that as it may – I need your help.
As you know I am in the middle of a fund-raising campaign to finance a trailer video for my book Unfinished Business. Facebook was a one of my biggest outlets for promoting said campaign. Now I am dead in the water.
I know it’s asking a lot, but believe me – I would do it for you…can you please share the link to this blog post on facebook? Tag me if you like – or not – if you don’t want to risk connecting yourself to a known radical. Reblog if it’s not too much.
I can’t afford to lose 3 days of campaigning!!
Don’t let my campaign die on the vine because somebody made a unilateral decision months after the fact to punish me for a post whose biggest offense was having a picture of a nazi.
The thought police are telling us what is good for us and what is unacceptable…I think we’re all big enough kids to make that decision for ourselves.
As always – thank you for reading