... of a complete cretinism of US MSM. Get a load of this.
Jake Sullivan, the national security advisor to US President Joe Biden, has warned Russia that NATO would go “full force” if any strike is recorded on NATO territory – intentional or not – after Moscow attacked a Ukrainian military base near the Polish border. In an appearance on CBS’ ‘Face the Nation’ on Sunday, Sullivan was asked by host Margaret Brennan whether the current US policy was “that any strike into Polish territory or airspace, intentional or unintentional” would be considered an attack on NATO. “The president has been clear repeatedly that the United States will work with our allies to defend every inch of NATO territory, and that means every inch,” Sullivan responded, explaining that “if there is a military attack on NATO territory, it would cause the invocation of Article Five, and we would bring the full force of the NATO alliance to bear in responding to it.”
Can somebody also explain to this ignoramus that NATO's "full force" militarily in terms of conventional response is primarily virtual because... well, again, he should have attended a serious military institution to get a real education, not studying the BS of political "science" and "international relations" in Yale and Oxford--stalwarts of the West's production of ignoramuses for top political jobs in Anglo-American world. We can see results of such an "education" all over the place, including "destruction" of Vasily Bykov by ukie MLRS. Do not expect integrity and honor from those people. Same goes for tangible evidence of destruction of the ship. Don't hold your breath--these are Western media, they lie for a living.
This, however, I think is too late for Meta.
Facebook’s parent company Meta has changed its policy guidance on tolerance to hate speech to prohibit “condoning violence” against “Russians in general” and to ban calls for the death of heads of state, Reuters reported on Monday, citing a memo posted on the company’s internal platform. The Sunday post, published by Meta’s global affairs president, Nick Clegg, and seen by Reuters, suggests that Facebook is “narrowing the focus” of its content moderation policy to make it “explicitly clear” that a previous decisions made last week should not be interpreted as “condoning violence against Russians in general.”
Too late, creeps. The policy was already in place and, as with the murder, you cannot roll it back and say that things are cool now. Doesn't work like this. Obviously they should worry.
Russia’s Prosecutor General filed a legal complaint with the nation’s courts demanding all Meta platforms be outlawed and the company itself be designated an extremist organization in Russia over allowing hate speech against the country’s nationals. Facebook was banned in Russia even before these developments over discrimination towards state-owned and state-affiliated Russian media outlets.
It is not surprising that such a company goes homicidal when one considers who, as an example, dominates moderating policies there.