Keeping the internets safe for Jews
The Jews are scrambling to stem the rising tide of outrage against them and their murderous Jew plots.
We have reached the point where people are simply fed-up with this crap.
According to a new report from AFP, since Operation Protective Edge began two and a half weeks ago, leaving over 600 Palestinians and dozens of IDF soldiers dead, this brand of hate posted online has significantly increased in a country that boasts the largest Jewish and Muslim communities in Western Europe.
“As soon as you talk about Israel, it crystallizes all passions, with up to 20,000 or 30,000 comments sometimes after an article, of which we will only let 5% to 10% through,” explained David Corchia, head of an online moderation company of which both Le Figaro and Liberation (French news publications) are clients.
Corchia says that as an online moderator, generally 25% to 40% of comments are banned. Moderators are assigned with the task of filtering comments in accordance with France’s legal system, including those that are racist, anti-Semitic or discriminatory.
Regarding the war between the Israelis and Hamas, however, Corchia notes that some 95% of online comments made by French users are removed.
“There are three times as many comments than normal, all linked to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” added Jeremie Mani, head of another moderation company Netino.
“We see racist or anti-Semitic messages, very violent, that also take aim at politicians and the media, sometimes by giving journalists’ contact details,” he added.
“This sickening content is peculiar to this conflict. The war in Syria does not trigger these kinds of comments.”Eventually, all of the major sites are just going to remove their comments sections completely, to protect the Jews and the Negroes.
Because we are winning the online information war.