In a move to invigorate the meteoric die-off of the print media industry, a metaphorical cataclysmic episode rivaling the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event and the elimination of the dinosaur, the executives at the New York Times unleashed the ancient tactical effectiveness of a good old fashioned investigative hit piece, profiling the negligence and malfeasance afflicting the entire F***book corporate culture.
In taking CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and other company leaders to task within the content of a scorching and concise detailed report published Wednesday, the lackluster and failed approach of the social network to address and alleviate crucial issues is a common and disturbing theme. Most notably, controversy surrounding the 2016 Presidential election and the heavy presence of foreign influence fake accounts reared its ugly head, as administrators and moderators of the online community had limited success in staunching the outbreak of misinformation, reports Yahoo Finance. The feature story penned by the left-leaning newspaper, highlighted an epically brutal and damaging week for Zuckerberg and cronies, as a former employee went viral with accusations Sunday, that he was terminated for supporting the Trump campaign, a clear indication of the intolerable and toxic workplace environment for conservatives. While leftist entities continue to savagely and voraciously feast on each other’s young, the karmic justice theatrics of the Times slinking ungracefully into the night, and the bombastic implosion of F***book culminated by rare stone age methods of musty journalism, there may soon exist two succinct iterations of dinosaurs, each created by the dubious fate of the digital age, and forever linked together by the deviation in pursuing truth over profit. Somewhere within the realm of the universe the thunderous and primal roar of the last Brontosaurus fills the empty vacuum with a vocal performance of satisfied angst.
The McCallister family short story length Christmas gift list of indiscretions merely treats the propaganda political accounts as a light appetizer, as the main course includes criminal level subversive cloak and dagger actions, including an extensive devious scheme to publicly discredit the Republican party, through false and contrived premises. As the corporation is known for unethical practices deliberately burying conservative content from news feeds and account timelines, the clear evidence pointing to blatant actions in creating misdirection and obscuring the truth is a sign that the end is certainly near. The latest group of transgressions has sparked another purge of user accounts, as various celebrities and public figures have hinted that they are detaching themselves permanently from the social network, but the everlasting damage has ushered in a new era, where specific demographic groups in society will struggle in discerning reality from implausible witchcraft.
As hundreds of millions of complete supposedly private dossiers have reached the criminal underworld and the darkweb, with the ease of common thief tiptoeing past a sleeping security guard and the presence of a television broadcasting a meaningless NBA regular season featuring the contrived internecine of the Hollywood feud between Draymon Green and Kevin Garnett, how the social network is still attracting interaction is beyond belief. The phenomenon is best explained as an example of the traditional antithesis of information and behaviors being passed down from the older generations and influencing the younger groups. In the case of F***book, the allure of instant gratification in prompting validation by snapping countless selfies as content for posts and hoping for positive feedback, is a wasteful and despicable practice first perfected by the millennials, and currently embraced by folks over 35. As the younger generations have gravitated to other platforms in satisfying various urges, the costly process has claimed critical thinking skills and basic reasoning as crucial attributes that are becoming more scarce as the years go on. In a sense, users have feed the digital community personal data in an unfair and damning exchange for the lowering of the collective global IQ, and a substantial chunk of the human spirit of survival. As the smartphone is the tool for the destruction of the fabric of culture, F***book is the specified nail in building chaotic insanity, with the daunting magnitude of stored videos and images promoting an information, environmental and philosophical nightmare.
Even after completing nearly an entire year of filled with ethical and procedural violations, purposeful acts of grotesque deviancy in attempting to engineer society in following a specific narrative, the Zuckerberg regime continues to net billions of dollars in profit and laughs maniacally all the way to the bitcoin bank, though lawmakers have pointed towards possible anti-trust legislation as sanctions against the criminal acts of the company. However, a majority of the blame for the brash and free-wheeling business practices of the social network, falls squarely on those who are active users, a disappointing notion in that a large proportion of reasonable adults fail to acknowledge the obvious detriments in maintaining an account.
The progression of the innovation in communication has been nothing short of mind bending, as the telegraph was replaced by the telephone, which succumbed to the cellphone, and currently the smartphone and digital software interfaces make privacy a near impossibility. Was it all worth it to provide crucial marketing information to the most efficient advertising agency on the planet in compromising the future integrity of the planet? Only if you received ten likes for the wine tasting photo gallery of Napa Vineyard selfies, and opened up Pandora’s Box for the tech world to perfect a delivery mechanism of one-sided ideology in existing as a major compartment of elections and politics.
It is just a matter of time before conservative users are meticulously banned or worse, and now that Zuckerberg has lost control of the empire, the fun is only beginning. Forget the Chinese, North Koreans, and Russians and look no further than the Bay area and a selection of domestic digital quasi-terrorists. Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and F***book, evil is only in a name.
Read the Yahoo Finance story here.