Facebook Looks To Take Over Churches and Little Leagues

irst came Barack Hussein Obama presented to a largely unsuspecting world as the Messiah.

Now it’s Mark Zuckerberg.

The tenure of Obama’s eight long years, (having branched off into the ‘Resistance’ and still going) proved that those who worshipped at the feet of Barry Soetoro, marketed as the Messiah, are no better off now than they were when he first came into power. They are still jobless, still poor, still looking for a promised Utopia that never came to be.

God in Heaven protect us from all these false Gods springing up from lib-left ranks.

What is it about power and money that drives narcissistic egos into thinking they can replace God Almighty in the lives of the masses?

According to Mark Zuckerberg: “Facebook can play a role that churches and Little League once filled.” (CNBC, June 26, 2017)

It can be taken for granted that this guttersnipe of the digital world is not hearing a collective AMEN! from anyone.

“Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook groups to be as important to people’s lives as their local, community-support groups. (CNBC)

“Facebook’s AI software led to a 50% rise in people signing up for online groups.

“Zuckerberg praised the role played in society by Little League coaches and leaders of local religious congregations.”

Neither group would likely take kindly to his false flattery.

According to CNBC, “with nearly 2 billion people around the world on Facebook today, he might have a chance to make it happen.”

In loud unison from the people of Britain: “Bollocks!”; from the Irish: “Blarney!”; from people in Canada and the U.S.: “BS!”, etc, etc., etc.

“Zuckerberg laid out his lofty ambition in a Chicago speech last week that suggested Americans are in need of something to unify their lives. (CNBC)

Untold millions would call it escape from hate-spewing, violence-supporting, Russian-obsessed and lying Progressives in office.

“It’s so striking that for decades, membership in all kinds of groups has declined as much as one-quarter,” he said during a rally for Facebook users who’ve built large community-support groups on the site. “That’s a lot of of people who now need to find a sense of purpose and support somewhere else.”(CNBC)

“He added, “People who go to church are more likely to volunteer and give to charity — not just because they’re religious, but because they’re part of a community.”

“A church doesn’t just come together. It has a pastor who cares for the well-being of their congregation, makes sure they have food and shelter. A little league team has a coach who motivates the kids and helps them hit better. Leaders set the culture, inspire us, give us a safety net, and look out for us.”

We can honestly add that church goers would be the last to throw in with Facebook’s community initiative because just like Conservatives they’re being actively suppressed by the ‘benigns’ over at Facebook.

While Christians and Conservatives are being chased off Facebook’s digital empire, Islamist terrorists and other people who post the murders of innocents, aren’t.

And Little Leaguers? In an era where team names lead to expensive court battles, more energy must be spent coming up with politically correct monikers than leaving room for coaches to teaching little kids how to hit better.

And here’s the thing about Zuckerberg thinking that Facebook can grow communities like summer rose bushes, “using its networking power to organize people”:

Zuckerberg has now had six months to study how some savvy Facebook users, reportedly including Russian hackers, turned the internet platform he built into an online machine that spread fake news and helped elect Donald Trump as President—whom he snubbed this week. (CNBC)

Now that he’s seen how powerful a tool Facebook can be for spreading disinformation, Zuckerberg is pushing to use Facebook’s artificial intelligence algorithm to make the site even better at organizing online communities.

We started a project to see if we could get better at suggesting groups that will be meaningful to you. We started building artificial intelligence to do this. And it works. In the first 6 months, we helped 50% more people join meaningful communities.

His ultimate goal is to convince 1 billion users to join Facebook communities.

If we can do this, it will not only turn around the whole decline in community membership we’ve seen for decades, it will start to strengthen our social fabric and bring the world closer together.

Facebook is just like Hotel California. You can enter it but you can never leave.

It will take a lot more than insipid ‘likes’ and the largely false Facebook followers of politicians to have power-crazed CEOs like Zuckerberg to take over the world of ‘Community Organizing’.

Obama couldn’t do it. The United Nations and the European Union couldn’t do it. The mainstream media couldn’t; ditto for social media and the global elite are still trying to make their One World Government take root.

The arrogant Mark Zuckerberg needs to acknowledge to himself that “some savvy Facebook users, reportedly including Russian hackers, turned the internet platform he built into an online machine that spread fake news and helped elect Donald Trump as President” DID NOT ELECT DONALD TRUMP.

Some 63 million American voters, fed up with the lies of the MSM, including social media, did.


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