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Our Lord and Master Mark Zuckerberg (Glory Be Upon His Name), in his busy schedule of saving souls and healing the sick, has recently found time to shine his radiant glory upon our outdated news media structures.
Instead of a messy diversity of views and opinions, the Ministers of Purity at Facebook have offered to host news content upon their Sanctified Servers. Complexity and Nuance, those Nefarious Foes of the Attention Economy, shall be purged to make way for Sublime Homogenization and Beatific Micro Targeting. Praise be The Algorithm, and Blessed Its Manifold Revelations!
Now, apparently, some other guy named Eli Fennell has been running around criticizing Our Fearless Leader of the Revolution. That was before Facebook controlled the media, of course. That guy's dead now.
I, for one, welcome our New Social Overlord. May death come swiftly to his enemies.
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