• Facebook Announces Seig Heil Reaction Button To Celebrate Aryan Culture

    MENLO PARK, CA—Social media giant Facebook announced Wednesday that it would roll out a new Swastika “Seig Heil” reaction button for the month of July to celebrate its Aryan users around the world.

    “Facebook is proud to honor our countless White Supremist users, as well as the Aryan community as a whole. Believers in Reich have positively impacted the world on a colossal scale for 75 years, and they continue to do so every day,” said Barbara Collins, VP of Facebook’s “Honor Aryan” project.

    Okay, you are officially the most gullible person on the planet if you believed even for a second that this story is real. Come on! Really? Did you really thing Facebook might actually celebrate Nazis? I know White Supremists have been in the news lately and everything, but they are still a pretty small and radical group that no one takes seriously. Facebook, who was founded and still is led by a Jew, would not celebrate Aryan Culture. No company would! Donald Trump wouldn’t even do that openly.

    Stop being so damn gullible! Try to exercise some skepticism. I know it isn’t April first, but fake news happens on the other 364 days too.

    Okay, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. Maybe you knew it was a joke, but felt compelled to click anyway for the laughs. For that, I thank you. Please share this and see how gullible your friends are.

    Oh, and please don’t get all offended. It’s a joke!!! Plus, it should also be a good lesson in skepticism. So lighten up and laugh a little.

    For the record, I lifted/modified the first two paragraphs of this article from another fake story making the rounds about Facebook adding a “Praise Jesus” button. I have seen quite a few people posting that as if it were a real thing too. It isn’t!

    Be More Skeptical!!!

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    Article by: Staks Rosch

    Staks Rosch is a writer for the Skeptic Ink Network & Huffington Post, and is also a freelance writer for Publishers Weekly. Currently he serves as the head of the Philadelphia Coalition of Reason and is a stay-at-home dad.

    3 comments

    1. Actually, I think everybody should be able to create their own custom reaction button. Think of the psychological trauma it would cause.

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