Alex Jones no longer has a place on Facebook and rightfully so.
For years social media companies have faced pressure from civil rights groups and other activists to clamp down on the hate speech that regularly appears on their platforms. This week the decision was made by Facebook to enforce their policy and it did so with considerable fanfare. This Thursday Alex Jones and five other extremists were banned from Facebook and Instagram. They include Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, Paul Nehlen and Louis Farrakhan.
Facebook stated they will also restrict content from other users that promote these six far right figures. The reactions are strongly divided, Some users view the act censorship and others, like Tech Crunch claim that this decision is “reactive, haphazard and probably too deeply preoccupied with public perception.” “Like other tech companies, Facebook is now paying mightily for the worry-free years it enjoyed before coming under intense scrutiny for the toxic side effect of all that growth.”
Regardless of the reasons behind this decision, it is good to know that public access of the haters has been curbed. During today’s live stream of his Info-Wars show, Alex Jones asserted “They didn’t just ban me. They just defamed us!.” Presumably he meant his followers, or was he referring to the six others who also had their wings clipped. Would you like to know a bit more about these haters? Let’s view them through the lens of Dayology.
It is somewhat complicated to examine the Dayology energies of six individuals at the same time. Consequently we won’t be looking too closely at each person on our list. Our goal is to discover what qualities the members of this group might actually share. We’d like to know if we can see what causes them to all be so incredibly dangerous.
First Paul Nehlen and Laura Loomer have the same #62 FRI TAU signature. That’s remarkable in itself as there are 84 different Dayology signatures. Having the same signature means that these two people were born on the same day of the week and in the same zodiac sign. Generally the energies of Friday and Taurus are taken to be inherently good and enduring not mean or nasty. Nothing in the cosmos forces people act in narrow and selfish ways. These behaviors are choices made to disregard others and look out for ourselves.
Two individuals were born on Monday, two on Friday and two on Thursday. The rulers of these three days are the Moon, Venus and Jupiter, They tend to soften up human nature and appeal to our personal feelings. Their effects are contrasted to the harsher, more controlling Sun Mars, and Saturn motivations of people born on Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday. By the way Wednesday and it’s ruler Mercury, are thought to be neutrally inclined.
Interestingly half of this group were born in the zodiac sign of Taurus. They are Louis Farrakhan, Paul Nehlen and Laura Loomer. Taureans are generally slow to see what is going on because they hold so firmly to their defining beliefs. When people of this sign are angered, it is difficult for them to get past problems. Taurus is an earth sign which expects loyally and relies upon simple to explain or below the belt methods of dealing with issues.
The other three people (Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos and Paul Watson) were born in Air signs (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius). Air sign individuals can be quick thinkers and fast talkers. it’s all ideas to them and they’ll consider anything. As media figures they can be glib and superficial. The true function of the air element is to come together through communication. The Air element is misused when harsh or pointless judgments are made.
This small sampling of exceptionally hateful persons shows us that hate speech comes out of the mouths all kinds of people with all kinds of interests. Some folks may not know better but these public figures know what they are doing. They are enjoying themselves as they divide us against one another and making a lot of money doing it. If there is such a being as the Devil pushing people to spread hate, it appears he is an equal opportunity employer.