Mark Zuckerberg, the weak soy boy chosen to be frontman of social media provider Facebook, is the public face of Big Brother. He is enacting thought control aggressively over his platform, and the Orwellian crackdown is causing a great deal of enmity to build against him throughout the world.
But now, Zuckerberg has pissed off a man who he really needs to impress if he hopes to keep his operation afloat: billionaire leftist financier George Soros.
It was revealed in a New York Times report released Wednesday that Facebook contracted with a Republican establishment firm, Definers Public Affairs. This organization was tasked with discrediting conservative opposition to Facebook, including the vivacious and voluptuous soul-sistas Diamond and Silk. In certain instances, they did this by linking particular individuals to Soros, who is loathed by conservatives for funding subversive progressive causes.
“Facebook employed a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal financier George Soros,” the Times reported. “It also tapped its business relationships, lobbying a Jewish civil rights group to cast some criticism of the company as anti-Semitic.”
In his frenzied push to enact censorship on his platform while salvaging his sullied reputation, Zuckerberg committed some friendly fire against Soros. Soros-funded organizations responded to the NYT report with biting criticism.
Open Society President @patrickgaspard's letter to @facebook's @sherylsandberg about their smear campaign against George Soros & us as reported by @nytimes: https://t.co/YJvCXYWXKm "Your methods threaten the very values underpinning our democracy." pic.twitter.com/X5Q55MkxVR
— Open Society Foundations (@OpenSociety) November 15, 2018
Zuckercuck immediately started doing damage control as soon as the fallout from the report hit. He knows exactly who his masters are, and Soros is clearly among the most powerful of them.
“I learned about this relationship when I read this New York Times piece yesterday,” Zuckerberg said. “I have tremendous respect for George Soros.”
Zuckerberg has been threatened before by Soros, who claimed that regulators would put Facebook and similar social media entities out of business if they did not aggressively enact Big Brother censorship on their platforms.
“Companies earn their profits by exploiting their environment. Mining and oil companies exploit the physical environment; social media companies exploit the social environment,” Soros said during a meeting of globalists in Davos, Switzerland in Jan. 2018. “This is particularly nefarious because social media companies influence how people think and behave without them even being aware of it.”
“The owners of the platform giants consider themselves the masters of the universe, but in fact they are slaves to preserving their dominant position. It is only a matter of time before the global dominance of the US IT monopolies is broken,” Soros said, in a direct threat to the tech giants. “Davos is a good place to announce that their days are numbered. Regulation and taxation will be their undoing and EU Competition Commissioner Vestager will be their nemesis.”
“Damned if I do, damned if I don’t” is the phrase that must be swirling around Mark Zuckerberg’s head quite often these days, but it is hard to muster any sympathy for the man. He openly harbors contempt for his customers, and losing his media empire would be just deserts for this CIA golden boy turned global pariah.