Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Mark Zuckerberg's IPO Letter and His "Noble" Goals

All he wants to do is connect the world, make businesses more social, and cause government to be more responsive to The People. So says Mark Zuckerberg in his disingenuous Facebook IPO prospectus and an alleged letter to shareholders.

Some tech pundits are going to bizarre lengths to devise defensive apologetics for the miserable failure of the Facebook IPO.

Yeah, sure, all Mark Zuckerberg wants to do is get everyone in the entire world "connected", as long as they connect through his spy machine called Facebook.

In fact, he wants to force people to share everything they do online. He calls it "frictionless sharing", automatic sharing without permission, the super surveillance of the Timeline.

Mark Zuckerberg: "Over time, we expect governments will become more responsive to issues and concerns raised directly by all their people rather than through intermediaries controlled by a select few."

Making products "more social" has so far not improved the economy or made the bloated corrupt bureaucracies of government more responsive to The People. Good luck on that lofty objective. Government continues to be far from transparent, with secret deals and unpublicized executive orders changing our country to conform to the interests of the totalitarian globalist agenda.

"Facebook was not originally created to be a company. It was built to accomplish a social mission — to make the world more open and connected." - Mark Zuckerberg
I don't trust anybody who says "It's not about me or making money, it's all about helping humanity" -- what a load of bull.

Mark Zuckerberg continues his lies with this gem: "We also believe that giving people control over what they share is a fundamental principle of this rewiring."  

Oh really? Then explain why the Facebook "map", now called Places, announces to the world where you've been and there is no way to remove it from Favorites, to hide the Places map, or disable it. Thus, Zuckerberg disrespects user privacy in his great and philanthropic mission to "connect the world" and produce "social products".

And why has Zuckerberg made it so convoluted and mysterious to disable other default sharing features of Facebook? Why are there so many rogue apps hijacking user accounts? Why do Facecrooks, Hoax-Slayer, Sophos Naked Security, Snopes, and other watchdog groups keep coming out with danger alerts related to malicious activity on Facebook?

"Connect the world, empower people from the bottom up, facilitate greater understanding in the human community." What a noble and altruistic goal. He just loves humanity so very much, that he calls them "dumb f---s" for trusting him with their data.

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