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The largest social networks, Facebook and Twitter, and the world’s largest search engine, Google, have teamed up with the anti-white, zionist-controlled German law enforcement to delete the so-called “hate speech” within 24 hours.

That is being seen as a last-ditch effort to silence public dissent about a gigantic wave of non-white immigration from the Middle East.

The partnership to crack down on what Germany deems illegal speech comes after German law enforcement’s reported concerns about “racist abuse” posted to social media after the country’s huge and extremely controversial import of over a million Syrian migrants.

Justice Minister Heiko Maas is reported to have warned social networks that they must not become “a funfair for the far-right” and that “the benchmark to be applied will be German law and no longer just the terms of use of each network.”

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Specialist teams will be used to track down, examine, and remove offending posts, and the process is not to take more than 24 hours.

After World War Two, all Nazi-related imagery and material was made illegal irrespective of context in Germany. All Nazi-related swastikas and salutes were replaced in the Wolfenstein video game remake, owing to this law.

(Breibart)

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