The pied piper of millennialism came to town and Mark Zuckerberg gave a whole new meaning to the term, “Pencil Neck!” Zuckerberg’s arrival in Washington with much pomp of circumstance, alerted all media. The Emperor of social media announced his elegance via lawyers, Main Stream Media, and of course a multitude of Facebook statuses. He looked odd in a suit. A suit that showed him for what he really was. Just a millennial who got lucky. The pied piper of Silicon Valley, leading the millenimice over the cliff of mindless chatter, with Tide Pods in their mouths, condoms up their noses, and endless pictures of lunches as he sold their very souls to anyone with a password.
The keys to Hell
He sat with confidence before the inquisition. He read a very carefully prepared oration, declaring himself to be the absolute god of Facebook, therefore making him the god of this world because, he, and only he, holds the keys to hell, known as Facebook Jail!
Who is like unto the beast
All stood in awe as he enumerated his expertise, and seemed to make some allowances for millions of accounts being mined by whomEVER paid the king’s ransom. The crowd said, “Who is like unto the beast? Who can make war on him?”
What about Diamond and Silk
Then, a voice rose. Zuckerberg focused his steely gaze upon Ted Cruz, and Ted said, “Why do you censor only conservatives?” Zuckerberg sidestepped to the left, claiming California was hard left. Then he said he had twenty two thousand well trained democrats to make sure all was on an even keel. Ted Cruz asked, “What about Diamond and Silk?”
Zuckerberg said, “I wasn’t wid dem brothas!”
Billionaire Helper! Ted Cruz showed us all how to make a quick, easy meal out of an arrogant, egotistical whiz kid who thought he had the world by the tail. Facing a United States Senator is a far cry from slapping down conservatives “just because!”
When asked how many liberal sites were shut down he was clueless. Adjusting his tie on his thin neck, he couldn’t name one. Cruz just kept reading names as if he were a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials.
Zuckerberg started the House hearing by repeating the same apology he gave to the Senate a day earlier. “It was my mistake, and I’m sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here,” he told House lawmakers.
Facebook has been taking hits of late, but I’ve told you that. I told you about the natural evolution of any cyber empire. Birth, rise, fall, next big thing. Facebook’s legacy will be remembered as being the synonym for Fake News.”
Facebook’s transgressions have been so clear that it’s laughable. Users post articles to groups with a half billion members with the full knowledge no one will see it. Common sense conservative talk has no place on Facebook. Millennials.
“While Facebook has certainly grown, I worry it has not matured. I think it is time to ask whether Facebook may have moved too fast and broken too many things.” Hearings today.
The eventual fall of Facebook will be logged in history as an object lesson on how to let too much power reside in one man, one ideology, one system. The power of the people, by the people, and for the people does not reside at Facebook. It resides in the hands of one man, the pied piper of millennialism. Mark Zuckerberg.The Butcher Shop