DAILYKENN.com -- The only black lives that matter to Black Lives Matter seem to be those whose deaths can be exploiting to advance cultural Marxism.
That, however, isn't what compelled Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to fume.
According to NBCNews.com:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg furiously reprimanded employees in a private memo on Thursday, warning them to "stop crossing out 'black lives matter' and writing 'all lives matter'" on the company's famous signature wall in Menlo Park, California, calling such behavior "disrespectful" and "malicious."Writing "All lives matter" is disrespectful to blacks?
"Black lives matter doesn't mean other lives don't," Zuckerberg wrote in the scathing message, posted on an internal forum and obtained by Gizmodo. "This has been a deeply hurtful and tiresome experience for the black community and really the entire Facebook community, and we are now investigating the current incidents," he added.
Employees have always been encouraged to write or draw on the whiteboard walls at Facebook -- essentially a real-life version of Facebook's virtual timeline wall. "We've never had rules around what people can write on our walls," wrote a seething Zuckerberg, "We expect everybody to treat each other with respect."
We wonder what percentage of Facebook's staff is black.
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