Facebook Employees More Concerned with Leaks Than It’s Users!

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Facebook – Continues to Show Users No Love

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This week has not been a great week again for Facebook. In the latest news to hit, Andrew Bosworth a VP at Facebook wrote in part the following memo back in 2016:

“Maybe someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools. And still we connect people. The ugly truth is that we believe in connecting people so deeply that anything that allows us to connect more people more often is “de facto” good.”

Of course Andrew has also come out on Thursday and stated:

“I didn’t agree with it even when I wrote it.”

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How splendid, the guy writes a memo where he is basically saying that he considers it a good thing that terrorists could potentially connect, plot an attack and kill thousands of innocent people using Facebook, then takes it back by stating that he didn’t really agree with what he said, he was just trying to pump his team up.

To make matters even worse for Facebook, they have quite a few employees upset that the memo leaked, the employees rather than take the high road and publicly disagree with the memo have taken it upon themselves to delete messages and anything that might become newsworthy because they do not want the users knowing how they really feel.

These employees simply do not care about the user base at all. Period and end of story.

That’s really what it all translates to here.

Facebook is losing ground faster than it’s gaining any.

The very culture of Facebook turned from caring about its users to simply using them for profit.

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SAN JOSE, CA – APRIL 18: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers the keynote address at Facebook’s F8 Developer Conference on April 18, 2017 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The conference will explore Facebook’s new technology initiatives and products. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Which is not a shock, but if Facebook wants to get back on top it’s time for a Facelift and to start going about getting rid of those that are openly and clearly showing the lack of any and all empathy towards its user base.

It’s time to stop promoting a culture of having a user base that does not value the user base it has.

Greed is a terrible thing and those in positions like Andrew Bosworth are undeserving of the position they hold.

FaceBook stands to lose more than it will ever gain back if crucial changes are not made and made soon.

Cristal M Clark

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Government Covered up Media Czar Mikhail Lesin’s Murder?

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Christopher Steele Seems to Think So

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Christopher Steele gave the FBI according to sources, a file containing some type of information that suggests the US government hid important details into the death of Vladimir Putin’s former media czar Mikhail Lesin in that he did not die by accident, rather he was murdered, in cold blood.

Christopher Steele is the author of the famous dossier where he asserted that Russia helped to assist, support and Trump’s run for the Oval Office.

New details are surfacing indicating that Mikhail died by blunt force trauma that is consistent with being bludgeoned to death rather than a fall by accident and that he died at the hands of hired thugs.

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Thugs that were hired by one Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin.

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That makes sense when you consider that Mikhail died on the eve of some sort of innocent meeting with the US Justice department.

I do not believe the meeting was to just catch up on the days news events or to trade gardening ideas.

According to Christopher the hired thugs were instructed to hurt Mikhail but not to kill him, I guess they glossed over that last detail.

It happens.

According to sources, three other individuals working independently of Christopher, also told the FBI that Mikhail had been bludgeoned to death.

Mikhail’s lifeless body was found 11/5/15 in a Washington DC hotel room.

The corner’s official determination was that Mikhail died of blunt force trauma to the head and neck, torso, upper extremities and lower extremities.

Even a complete idiot would look at the corners report and call foul on the governments officially released findings with regards to Mikhail’s death in that they determined his death to be “accidental.”

One of my best friends in the entire world will go off the rail and binge drink until blackout and what I can tell you is despite the many falls and bar fights I have witnessed him get into, the guy when drunk usually walks away unscathed for the most part. A few stitches and patch work and he’s good to go.

Even drunk I find it really hard to believe that Mikhail sustained all of the injuries reported whilst in a drunken stupor and by falling down.

Classically, this was a beating and it was an ordered beating.

These are just facts if you look at the autopsy report, I do not have inside information, rather the facts are clearly in the autopsy report.

The only thing that can’t be found in the report is details of who actually ordered the attack.

For that, you need to look at other evidence.

Which will not be easy to be found, but not impossible.

Perhaps the real question is why would the government cover this up?

Maybe the answer lies in roads yet to be traveled that are ahead.

Cristal M Clark

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NRA Losing Ground in Effort to Influence Gun Policy

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#MarchForOurLives – Rises Above the NRA’s Effort to Silence the Message!

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This weekend we witnessed the youth of America stand up with a clear message in the US, now is the time to end gun violence in this country.

We also witnessed the NRA stand up against the courageous youth in this country by, tossing insults at the youth who represent an increasing number of individuals who are deeply opposed to more gun ownership in our nation.

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One such insult was from Colion Noir a pro gun host at NRATV who had a few choice words for the Parkland shooting survivors:

“No one would know your names if your classmates were alive today.”

I actually beg to differ with Colion here.

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It makes no difference if anyone lives or dies when someone enters a heavily populated building, school, mall, airport, if they shoot any weapon in the attempt to take lives, everyone will be paying keen attention.

What’s more is that everyone is paying keen attention to the NRA and what it has had to say and do since the Parkland school shooting.

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The NRA wants to silence the outspoken youth in this nation through insults and hurtful words because the reality is, that is pretty much all the NRA has left. We all know the why, because they would prefer to use these types of shootings in an attempt to continue to influence gun policy so that they can continue to line those fat juicy pockets they have, with hard cold cash.

The problem that they are currently having with the Parkland survivors is a fairly simple problem.

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The survivors and the groups growing numbers represent a nation that is kind of tired of gun violence and a nation that feels we have better options and no longer have a need to arm individuals with guns.

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That is called evolution, evolving, humans have been enjoying that privilege since the day we became human beings.

And that is meant to happen, and guns, they don’t help us evolve past being what we always were, violent beings.

The youth of today it would seem would like to help us grow past that need for violence while the NRA and pro-gun activists perpetuate it at every turn.

While some would argue the point with me until blue in the face, I am rather impervious to the argument that everyone has a right to be armed, to the contrary, they do not and no one really needs to be armed at any given moment.

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Period.

What is even more interesting is that I continue to see pro gun statements all about social media, touting the second amendment which very few actually truly understand the meaning of.

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The 2nd amendment does not exist so that the youth of this nation don’t have to run for their lives, as of today that 2nd amendment is what pro-gun groups and the NRA hide behind in order to influence gun policies that no longer fit, work for or suit a nation that is defying the odds when it comes to gun violence.

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It is time to go about disarming the NRA and pro-gun activists all together, for those ideals no longer serve this nation or its people.

Rather than attempt to influence gun policy through exploiting these types of shootings the NRA and the politicians who allow the NRA to buy it’s way into congress should take a very hard look at what happened when the Tobacco industry fell.

By logic, all murderous industries may enjoy a degree of time living high off the hog, but eventually they will tumble and tumble hard they will.

That industry never came back fully and the cold hard reality is, that if the NRA doesn’t elect to take a back seat on its own, they will in fact be forced to, sooner rather than later.

Cristal M Clark

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Putin – Puppet Master Over Trump

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What is Vladimir Putin’s Hold On Donald Trump?

 

John Brennan the former CIA director suggested yesterday that Vladimir Putin just might have something on Donald Trump.

The not too subtle suggestion came in response to a question John had been asked with regards to whether or not he thought Trump was afraid of Putin and of Russia.

That worrisome suggestion sparked one single question:

Was John Brennan’s response based off of inside intel?

I would venture to guess that in part maybe yes and in part absolutely not.

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I have a book I purchased in January about all of the dumb shit Trump has said and done, nothing and I mean nothing could or would embarrass or humiliate our President.

Nothing!

He is impervious to both humiliation and embarrassment.

So how is it that Putin became and still is Trump’s puppet master?

Simple

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Putin controls Trump through Trump’s ineptitude, Trumps striking dishonesty about all things, Trump’s political corruption, and because of Trump’s immoral behaviors. Because of all of that, it makes it quite easy for Putin to exploit and manipulate Trump in every single way.

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And why would Trump fear Putin?

Because he knows that Putin is the ultimate puppet master and can out-game Trump on any given day, good or bad.

Donald Trump has no choice but to play nice with Putin, if he doesn’t the world will quickly learn just who and what our president really is.

So to answer the question of the day, Putin is Trump’s puppet master and Trump is fully aware of that fact.

Cristal M Clark

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#deletefacebook

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Facebook and it’s public image problems

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While I was on vacation I began seeing headlines with regards to a new Facebook scandal, in that Cambridge Analytica which had deep ties to the Trump campaign back in 2016, had somehow inadvertently obtained access to what is assumed to be over 50 million users personal data, without user approval or knowledge, through the beloved social media giant.

Facebook has a public image problem.

The blowback has been fairly bad, through it, the campaign #deletefacebook was born, users are suing facebook, companies panicked and Mark Zuckerberg failed to respond until today.

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Facebook, much like other social media giants are so far from in touch with the end user it is comparable to watching a relationship thrive and flourish then completely fall apart years later.

They have no idea what end users even want to be honest, if they did they’d be making more drastic changes to give us what we really want, which for most would be zero invasion of privacy and zero advertising.

Period.

While Zuckerberg made some pretty big promises in terms of change today, it does not negate the real issue at hand and that issue is fairly obvious yet overlooked.

Don’t kid yourself into believing that Facebook had no prior knowledge of what Cambridge Analytica was doing let alone that it had so much access to user data. The problem with social media providers is that they are not going to stop such abuses of user data until it is fully discovered and exposed.

Just like with the Russian fake social media accounts. Most of the social media giants could have stopped all of those fake accounts.

But because the public and congress allow for them to play stupid and turn a blind eye on to the issues they continue to get away with such atrocities.

Social Media giants like facebook are in it for money, not the protection of users data and personal information, that would require preemptively stopping the issue which costs money these platforms do not want to spend until they have no other option but to spend the time, effort and money to stop such abuse of end users.

The reality is that it is up to the end users to protect themselves and try as hard as we might, that may not become an achievable goal, ever really.

Cristal M Clark

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Vladimir Putin – Great Leader or Ruthless Monster?

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Vladimir Putin – Was Willing to Shoot Down A Passenger Plane

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On March 18 Russians will go to the polls to elect a new leader, which as you might imagine some have suggested that Putin might not win this election because he is well, some would perceive him as a jerk of sorts.

Over the weekend social media was a flutter about a new documentary “Putin,” where Vladimir openly admitted that back in 2014 he was willing to have a passenger plane shot down.

To put matters into perspective however, Putin was informed that a passenger plane had been taken hostage and the intended target was the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

In the end, the passenger plane was not shot down because well, the call was nothing more than a drunken prank.

Way to go, drunken pranksters, you could have been responsible for the killing of innocent people.

Initially I was taken aback a little by that news only because that for me, I am not tasked with keeping my entire nation or it’s people safe, so it’s easy for me to cast stones and think that Putin might be some type of monster.

However, if I were to ponder carefully upon the issue at hand I quickly realize that while I might want to believe that I myself would have made a completely different decision off the cusp, for a world leader making that decision is not as easy as we’d all like to think.

Options have to be weighed and lives have to be considered carefully and in this case the question of how many lives could have been lost vs how many passengers might have been on the plane went through Putin’s head.

No one has to like or agree with Putin’s initial decision, the fact remains that had that been a real situation, the choice he was willing to make at the end of the day, would have been the right one.

For Putin, I would imagine having been faced with the possibility of shooting down a passenger plane full of passengers vs allowing for it to take out Sochi and all of those attending the Winter Olympic Games could not have been an easy one to have made.

If anyone is under that impression, you might want to think twice because no leader wants to be the man or woman who was responsible for shooting down a passenger plane full of passengers, regardless of the circumstances.

We’d all like to believe that we as individuals would not make that decision because to most of us, it is not something we have ever had to face, it is not something we go about thinking of on a daily basis and our response to it would in fact not be the same.

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For a leader however, they are from a different breed for the most part, although I have no explanation for Trump here, in general however, most world leaders do take the job very seriously and are sometimes faced with having to weigh ordering the loss of some lives in order to save great many more lives.

This is not an easy choice and one that I believe weighs quite heavily upon the souls of many leaders in our world today.

So what does that make Putin?

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In my mind he’s a good leader, while yes he does some underhanded things at times, what leader of any nation with the exception of the Queen doesn’t? When compared to someone like Donald Trump, Putin by far deserves to be known as a great leader hands down.

He is the guy that would order a passenger plane to be shot down in order to save the maximum number of lives vs just a few.

That is what a leader should be doing.

Cristal M Clark

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Vladimir Putin’s Spy Game

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Russia Double Agents – Beware

I keep having to tell my partner that I am not a spy, he asks me everyday almost, in fact last night after our date at the movie Black Panther he jokingly asked me if I felt a sense of connection with the spies in the movie.

The life of a spy, well that carries way more danger to it than I care to live every day.

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This past week news started to break however with regards to a double agent that some suspect was poisoned by Russia for his betrayal of his onceloved homeland. Sergei Skripal, who was once a colonel in Russia’s GRU military intelligence service was poisoned along with his beloved daughter.

Sergei was born 6/23/1951, once convicted of spying on the UK back in 2006. Back in 2004, Sergei was arrested by Russia for trading some fairly sensitive intel about Russia to MI6.

The rumor was that Sergei had all of the makings of a James Bond style spy because of how it was that he traded intel to MI6.

What’s more is now questions are starting to surface with regards to the deaths of Surgei’s wife and son.

Sergei’s wife died in 2012 at the age of 59 according to the official report from a type of cancer, yet that has not stopped conspiracy theorists from asserting that somehow Russia may have very well ordered her to be executed as a way of sending a very clear message to Sergei.

To add further mystery here, neighbors said that Sergei’s wife in fact died in some type of car accident regardless of what the official autopsy report stated.

Sergei’s son died in 2017 at the age of 43 in of course some type of auto accident and the family cleaner claimed that Sergei’s son died of liver issues, which would makes sense if he drank excessively.

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Vladimir Putin does have a long and rich history of having a zero tolerance policy with regards to double agents who trade Russian secrets, which is understandable, the US has policies so her own as does just about every other foreign nation who employs spies.

So what if Russia is behind the poisoning of the the double agent and his daughter?

You read that right, so what, spies know what they are getting themselves into when they sign up, this is far from unusual or surprising and it is well known worldwide that Sergei in fact gave Russian imtel to MI6, he by default betrayed his own nation, he is guilty of espionage and so should be be punished for that.

The UK sent a sort of hilarious warning to Russia over this mysterious poisoning of the double agent, they promised a “Robust Response,” should the UK find evidence that Russia is in fact behind the poisoning.

Honestly, it is highly unlikely that the UK will find a ton of concrete, nail in the coffin evidence, they did not the last time this happened.

To be even more honest, this is not surprising at all in the world of spies and double agents.

Wrong or right, this is the life of a spy, particularly that of a double agent. They know full well what they are signing on for so if they are trading intel of any type, one should fully expect something to happen, no one happily skips off into a field of flowers here.

When it comes to Russia, they have a fairly robust group of spies that are highly skilled at what they do, not mention a leader that his pretty fearless, betraying one’s nation by becoming a double agent and then being punished for that move is actually an unspoken law in the world of spies, espionage and engaging in the life of a double agent.

In the world of being a spy, rules are not followed, lies are told, secrets are traded and loyalty is very hard to come by.

Cristal M Clark

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