Could There Finally Be an Alternative to the Pro-Illegal Alien Facebook?

Mark Zuckerberg is funding his anti-American escapades in Mexico, his attack on the middle-class through demands for more visas for foreign workers, and his pro-illegal alien and employer amnesty campaign with funds generated by exploiting Facebook users.

According to the manifesto of a new social network, Ello, today’s social media magnates are buying and selling people through the data that they collect on users and then sell to advertisers. Ello believes that “collecting and selling your personal data, reading your posts to your friends, and mapping your social connections for profit is both creepy and unethical” since, under the guise of offering a “free” service, users pay a high price in intrusive advertising and lack of privacy.

Perhaps equally disconcerting is that these social media and other high-tech Masters of the Universe, as Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) calls them, then use a portion of the money they get through their activities to fund, which is dedicated to crushing the American middle-class through the immigration measures that it pushes.

Furthermore, as the Ello manifesto states, a social network “can be a tool for empowerment. Not a tool to deceive, coerce, and manipulate.” However, in the case of social network organizations that treat their users as products, just the opposite is the case. And the deceit, coercion, and manipulation bleeds over into the initiatives funded by the Masters of the Universe to gain amnesty for illegal aliens.

Unlike the Masters of the Universe, Ello is “not interested in ruling the world. We think people that are motivated to do things like that have unresolved psychological problems.”

So, if people are tired of being treated as products, of being manipulated by the Masters of the Universe, they may want to get off of Facebook and find and alternative.

Currently, Ello is by invitation only, so it may be awhile before it is possible to get on it, but a hiatus from Facebook and similar social networks certainly wouldn’t do any harm. Also, it is a way of sending a message to the Masters of the Universe that the American people are no longer willing to fund their efforts to destroy the American middle class in order to further increase their immense fortunes.

So, request an invite to Ello and close down your existing social network account. And should Ello start acting like the Masters of the Universe by treating you as a product and putting foreign nationals ahead of you at some future date, get rid of it.

Click HERE to read more

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


Confirm you are not a spammer! *