Facebook’s Secret Blacklist Includes Members Of ISIS, The Crips, Hamas & ‘The Hillbilly Militia’

Facebook’s Secret Blacklist Includes Members Of ISIS, The Crips, Hamas & ‘The Hillbilly Militia’


Over the years, even as one of its whistleblowers founder herself in prison, the Intercept has maintained a reputation as a mostly independent outlet willing to publish leaked documents embarrassing the US government, Big Tech – you name it. And This week has been no different. Amid all the scrutiny of Facebook lately, the Intercept published this week internal documents from FB exposing what FB calls its “dangerous individuals and organizations list”.

The list, which includes more than 4,000 names of individuals and organizations, as well as a brief explanation of the affiliations that landed them on Facebook’s “dangerous individuals” list, consists of roughly half foreign individuals. But there are many home-grown individuals and organizations on this list, including street gangs like “the Crips”, “the Latin Kings” and even the infamous “MS-13”.

The list is barred from being discussed on Facebook’s platform. But now, thanks to the Intercept, it’s out in the open for the whole world to see.

Generally speaking, Facebook’s “unaccountable system” disproportionately punishes certain communities,” what with the terrorism suspects being “Middle Eastern, South Asian, and Muslim,” and those alleged to be violent criminals “predominantly Black and Latino.” Meanwhile, the outlets says, there are “far looser prohibitions” on discussing “predominately white anti-government militias.”

Almost 1,000 entries in the terrorism portion of the list are from “Specially Designated Global Terrorists”, a sanctions list maintained by the US Treasury Department that includes affiliates of Islamic State and Al-Qaeda right alongside Hamas and Hezbollah, the Taliban, Iran’s IRGC, Yemen’s Houthi militants.

Other entries on the list make less sense. For example, the PKK, the Kurdish separatist party outlawed in Turkey, is on Facebook’s “danger” list. Also: the Communist Parties of India and the Philippines.

Other notable names include the Japanese death cult Aum Shinrikyo, as well as the Atomwaffen Division, a US white supremacist group recently exposed as being secretly backed by the FBI.

Things get interesting under the hate group heading when FB includes the Nazis of WWII (that’s right; the original Nazi party) alongside the Proud Boys, and Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Also included are the English Defence League, Génération Identitaire and its sister organizations in the US and other European countries. A Canadian student group called Students for Western Civilisation and men’s rights activists from A Voice For Men are also included.

But it also includes US-based militia groups who have been increasingly targeted by groups like the SPLC

Finally, under the “hateful individuals” category, historical villains like Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini are listed alongside Incel shooter Elliot Rodgers, Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, Azov Battalion commander Andriy Biletsky, and UK activist Tommy Robinson and US internet commentator Nicolas Fuentes.

The list is hitting in the middle of Facebook’s biggest corporate scandal since the Cambridge Analytica fallout when there was an international backlash over tech companies’ use and abuse of users’ private data.


(TLB) published this article from ZeroHedge as written and compiled by Tyler Durden

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