Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Children kissing censored at Facebook; called "nudity"

I hate Facebook for removing my work. I have endured enough censorship from Silicon Valley. There is NO NUDITY on my post about a new LGBT school opening in Atlanta. I posted two little childfren kissing, fully dressed. I hope removing my post after it received thousands of shares, comments, and likes is worth it for Facebook. I am not a slave, and I will sue over this censorship at my earliest opportunity. I published the picture of the kissing boys with the following brief description:
Atlanta's first GLBT school, called "Pride School," will enroll K-12 and have GLBT teachers. It is for gay students and any students who feel “different” from others and do not feel supported in their regular school setting. ~~ Gee, I didn't know kindergarten students had such issues. What are your thoughts, friends? Do you know any GLBT five-year-olds? Are American children being conditioned to be gay?

“Kids have full permission to be themselves — as well as educators,” said school founder and transgender teacher Christian Zsilavetz.
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/08/high-school-for-lgbt-students-to-open-in-atlanta/ School starts in September 2016.


Below are more examples of Mary Neal's obscenity: (a) the foot of a baby born to parents with syphilis resulting from the Tuskegee Experiments; (b) a movie star's daughter walking down the street in New York topless, which was legal. She did this in defense of a woman who was criticized for breastfeeding her child; and (c) dead Africans, killed, massacred. What Facebook did not show was a banned photo of a Black woman slave who was being held by her "owner." She was naked, but only her breasts were bare on the photo. Hypocrites who pretend to be offended by a bare-breasted black woman likely never complained about France displaying a naked black woman's corpse for decades. 

My censorship is for one reason: to hide the murder under secret arrest of Larry Neal, my mentally, physically disabled brother, and to deny other mentally ill Americans my advocacy. The kissing youngsters post was quickly going viral, so Facebook removed it. There was no nudity and no excuse for removing my post. I believe Facebook may have been instructed to remove posts of mine that have high readership; therefore, I will sue. Maybe Facebook will get lucky like The Cochran Firm did and find judges willing to lie and say the company cannot be sued because it does not exist. I fight to expose that perjury, which the courts allowed. How is that going for The Cochran Firm in Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals?

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