PLEASE STOP HATE GROUPS ON FACEBOOK (MJSAHR)
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PLEASE STOP HATE GROUPS ON FACEBOOK (MJSAHR)

    1. MJSAHR MJ SUPPORTERS
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      MJSAHR MJ SUPPORTERS

      WORLDWIDE, NY

Michael Joseph Jackson stood against all social injustices - as will we

We are a private group comprised of Facebook members that was formed early in December 2009. We support the First Amendment and Freedom Of Speech and believe that the right to say what you think is a healthy part of democracy and freedom. However, we are concerned about outwardly offensive content which we have observed while browsing Facebook and appears to be proliferating at an alarming rate.

While addressing primarily derogatory content that is directed at Michael Joseph Jackson, this group has the broader vision of addressing any group that displays offensive content in their title or makes offensive commentary available through public group forums on Facebook and directed at a single person or at social groups; content that promotes prejudice, hatred and racism.

We do not support censorship, but we feel that certain content is inappropriate in a public forum and should be taken private. However, to reach our goal, it will be necessary to take action as well.

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    • Maneesh Pangasa YUMA, AZ
      • over 3 years ago

      I am part of a private group of Facebook members formed in December 2009 that supports first amendment protections to individual free speech and free press and believe the right to say what you think is a healthy pat of democracy and freedom (at least so long as its responsible speech no one can yell fire in a movie theater when there's no fire) however, we are concerned about outwardly offensive content which we have observed while browsing Facebook that seems to be proliferating at an alarming rate.

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