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Why Is Facebook Giving Racist Louie Farrakhan A Platform For His Anti-White Hate?

Jeff Katz
July 02, 2019 - 11:19 am

While Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have been busy censoring the thoughts of a number of conservative voices, Facebook has allowed known black supremacist and anti-white preacher Louis Farrakhan's page to return to its site.

Farrakhan's and his Nation of Islam organization's page had been suspended in May for "hate speech," but a new page dedicated to the radical preacher has returned.

The page, "Supporters of The Honourable Louis Farrakhan," even describes itself as "a replacement for the group we lost called The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan."

The page is also littered with conspiracy theories and claims, "as a means of protecting white societies from Black retribution, Black people are the unknowing targets of the most elaborate divide and conquer warfare campaign in history."

While social media giants have said over and over they do not allow supremacist and hate speech on their platforms, conservative voices such as the pro-life group Live Action have been censored for tweeting about the horrors of abortion procedures.

YouTube also recently took down a video from Project Veritas revealing Google executives discussing a plan to "prevent" another Trump situation in the 2020 election.

Farrakhan, however, who called Jewish people "termites" has been allowed to keep his social media platform.