***Update: We appealed the 30 Day ban and won. For now, we are back on Facebook

Yesterday we published an article from Darroch Ball of the Sensible Sentencing Trust about just how awful the Mongrel Mob are. The article explains how the Mongrel Mob have for 50 years used Nazi imagery, uniforms and slogans and how the Labour party condone this appalling behaviour by funding them.

And then Facebook censored us, handing out a 30-day ban for daring to tell the truth about the Mongrel Mob:

But get this…they banned us because we “promoted” an article about “dangerous individuals”, “terrorist activity”, Organised hate or violence”, “Criminal or harmful activity”.

So, Facebook has censored us for telling the truth about the Mongrel Mob. They have themselves, with this ban acknowledged just how awful the Mongrel Mob are, but this is the very same outfit that Jacinda Ardern’s government have funded to the tune of $2.75m.

You really have to pause and wonder just how any Government could fund a group that even Facebook classed as dangerous.

We will be fighting this ban with Facebook. There is no justifiable rationale for our banning. The ban is inconsistent with the fact that Facebook has many Mongrel Mob associated groups on their site:

If you use Facebook then do us a favour and search for Mongrel Mob groups and then report them for the same issue we have been banned for.

Facebook are hypocrites, banning legitimate commentary about scumbag gangs while allowing the same scumbags to exist on their platform.

Facebook need to be held to account for their actions. Let’s see what the Free Speech Union will do about this blatant censoring of legitimate opinion about scumbags like the Mongrel Mob.

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Facebook Censors The BFD for Negative Article about the Mongrel Mob
Cam Slater

Cam Slater

As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news,...