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  1. kruitvat Says:

    Problems with Facebook

    Facebook blocked our Facebook Page after publications about NATO. Our Server and blog were also blocked for a while. Strange in this case is that a certain Debbie-Anne (unknown to us) bombarded us with many Facebook people we did not know. She introduced them as ‘friends’. One of these people we accepted as ”friend”, seemed to be a Libyan NATO collaborator. We published a number of issues on NATO on his Facebook page…

    Facebook claims now: ‘We received feedback that you sent friend requests to people you don’t know, which isn’t allowed on Facebook. Please only send friend requests to people you know, like classmates, family, friends and colleagues. Otherwise, you could be blocked from sending friend requests.’

    Some weeks ago, Facebook blocked us and deleted a photo montage of Barack Obama that we found some months ago when the media announced Osama bin Laden (in the press erroneously called Obama bin Laden) was murdered. Facebook deleted also our commentary: ‘Obama was a terrorist – Three days after NATO intervened in Libya, the cost to U.S. taxpayers has reached hundreds of millions of dollars and continued to climb. 14% of the Americans live in poverty. America needs a regime change‘.


    Yesterday, FACEBOOK used it for making publicity: ‘Jan Boeykens is on Facebook. To connect with Jan, sign up for Facebook today’.

    Today, FACEBOOK says: ‘Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life. The page you requested was not found. You may have clicked an expired link or mistyped the address. Some web addresses are case sensitive’ ( http://en-gb.facebook.com/10000218082 ).

  2. kruitvat Says:



    U.S. Mission to NATO

    NATO Tiger Association

    NATO International Military Staff

    ISAF: NATO forces in Afghanistan

    NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan

    I bet I can find one million people who support Georgia’s NATO membership

    NATO leader uses Facebook and Twitter to call for end of Libyan war – October 21, 2011 – ‘NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), Admiral James Stavridis, called for the end of the Libyan war on his Facebook and Twitter today, showing just how important social media is becoming in times of conflict’.

    On Facebook, NATO Chief Announces End to Libya War – October 21, 2011 – ‘This has to be a first in the annals of social media. The commander of NATO’s Libya war has announced his intent to end hostilities through Facebook. In a short post on his Wall Friday morning, Adm. James Stavridis told the world, “I will be recommending conclusion of this mission to the North Atlantic Council of NATO in a few hours.”
    Needless to say, we Like this’. Stavridis added, “A good day for NATO. A great day for the people of Libya.”

    Via Facebook: NATO Commander reveals plans to end Libya mission – October 21, 2011 – ‘United States Navy admiral James Stavridis, who happens to be NATO’s SACEUR, used his Facebook account today to tell the world his intent to end the organization’s mission in Libya’.

    NATO PA – Like us on Facebook

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