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Two Theories Why Facebook Keeps Blocking Me When I Write About School Privatization

08 Dec
Two Theories Why Facebook Keeps Blocking Me When I Write About School Privatization

Facebook censures a U.S. teacher for posting an opinion with facts and links but does nothing to stop Russia from meddling in our elections and our democracy.

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Facebook blocked me.

Again.

What did I do?

Did I post Russian-sponsored propaganda?

Nyet.

Did I post Nazi or racist memes?

Nein.

Did I post fraudulent or debunked accounts of factual events?

No.

So what did I do?

I had an opinion.

I took that opinion and wrote about it. I backed it up with facts, analogies, literary references and examples from my own experience as a classroom teacher in public school.

I took all that, wrote it up in a blog called “The False Paradise of School Privatization,” and posted it on Facebook.

It was the same kind of thing I do several times a week.

Write a blog. Post it on various Facebook pages and on Twitter.

And wait to see if anyone reads it.

But this time – BOOM!

I hadn’t even posted it to a handful of pages before…

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