Powerful nation of Facebook builds $800 million data center


Rendering of a new Facebook data center in Mesa.

Facebook is about to make its first data center investment in Arizona, and it is a big one. The Silicon Valley-based tech company and social media giant announced Thursday it is starting construction on an $800 million data center in Mesa.

It’s the 14th data center in the United States and the 18th globally. It will cover 1 million square feet. They are going to restore over 200 million gallons of water per year in the Colorado River and Salt River basins to restore more than it will consume.

They’re taking over our elections when they aren’t collecting all of our data.

The companies are not censoring conservatives nearly as much as they should be, the Democrats have said at hearings with Big Tech.

The Washington Post, an arm of the Democrat Party, is upset that Facebook isn’t censoring a perfectly legitimate point of view presented by some Republican politicians — that Joe Biden’s immigration policies are contributing to the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. The Post accuses Facebook of allowing elected Republicans to indulge in “hate speech,” spread “coronavirus misinformation,” and raise funds in the process.

They are simply silencing opinions that could influence their plan for a one-party nation.

This should alarm people. Facebook is collecting all of our information and they share it with the Big Socialist Government.

There no longer is a Democrat Party. It’s a Socialist-Communist Party.

It doesn’t matter if you are a Democrat or a Republican is irrelevant. The problem is half of the country hates America, wants to erase our history, our values, and our freedoms. The government is becoming an ever-present presence.

Progressives have taken over the Democrat Party. They are Marxists who have gone scorched earth. They don’t even feel the need to hide it any longer.

Democrats also want cultural Marxism, a truly evil, racist movement of cancel culture, and systemic racism against whites and Asians.

We now have a white population under 60%, a planned demographic change. As the same time, Democrats are telling the brown and black people pouring in illegally that whites are evil and hate them.

Democrat hate is a recipe for disaster, and social media is helping them succeed. Facebook has the economy of a small nation, and it greatly influences our elections. The bigger they get, the more dangerous they get.

As an example of their hate, at least 30 school districts use a children’s book that teaches ‘whiteness’ is an evil contract with the devil.

The book, titled “Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness,” was published in 2018 by Dottir Press and written by progressive children’s author Anastasia Higginbotham.

This is the end of America unless enough people decide to save the nation.

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The Doors Of Perception
The Doors Of Perception
2 years ago

[T]he quaint old forms-elections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the rest will remain. The underlying substance will be a new kind of nonviolent totalitarianism. All the traditional names, all the hallowed slogans will remain exactly what they were in the good old days. Democracy and freedom will be the theme of every broadcast and editorial . . . Meanwhile the ruling oligarchy and its highly trained elite of soldiers, policemen, thought-manufacturers and mind-manipulators will quietly run the show as they see fit.

Aldous Huxley

A Pillar Of Salt
A Pillar Of Salt
2 years ago

Reminds me of the meme with the lone white boy in an enriched class and the caption…at least I have the constatooshun. (h/t-Savage)
Is this actually a No Such Agency Das Heimat Schutze fusion center?
Never used Fakebook and never will but some family are on there even after I have told them to walk away and don’t look back.
Assimilate with the Zuckerborg? As if.

Groupthink-psychological drive for consensus at any cost that suppresses dissent and appraisal of alternatives in cohesive decision making groups.

Irving Janis, 1972