Disclaimer: This post references the usage of offensive and racist language.
This weekend I was poised to release a detailed and critical response to Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s Marxist and Austrian Class Analysis; that was before my Facebook account was banned.
I awoke yesterday morning to an unpleasant message telling me that my email belonged to no existing account and I was unable to login. According to many of my friends, my account is still visible to some extent, but I have no way of accessing it.
Which leads me to two theories. A) My account has been summarily banned by Facebook or B) I was hacked and the hacker changed my password and email.
Perhaps some of my rhetoric violated the community guidelines, but take a look around. I was in highly politicized groups alongside open racists and degenerates who used all sorts of extreme language but were untouched by Facebook administrators. What is the purpose of this? Calling for socialism and revolution is violent and unacceptable but using horribly offensive and demeaning words like “nigger”, “spic”, “zipperhead”, and “faggot” are totally acceptable? Fashbook, as it should be properly known, is an embarrassingly apologetic corporate agent that sees more of a threat in activists than racists.
The whole issue is very frustrating because I use Facebook as a genuine means of communication with many comrades from all over the internet. This is pivotal to writing articles that can be quickly circulated and organizing in general. Although I have no evidence, I do find it quite ‘coincidental’ that after I write easily my most controversial article I am banned/hacked out of my Facebook account.
In any case, this derailment is that, a derailment. I have a new account, which all those reading can add just search “Zak Drabczyk” and look for the account with an incredibly low amount of friends and little personal information. My account will be more developed hopefully by the end of this week and I hope to release my latest article sometime this week as well. Thank you for your support.