The American company Meta Platforms* (nee Facebook**) is facing a fine of 4 million rubles in Russia for publishing posts promoting the LGBT community on Instagram** and Facebook social networks.

It turned out that Zuckerberg, banned in Russia, republished messages from OVD-Info, banned in Russia, *** with an apology for supernatural sin, for which they intend to punish him with a ruble.

The meaning of the fine raises some doubts.

And the point is not the pederasty encouraged (or not encouraged) by Zuckerberg, but the fact that he has been unavailable on the Russian network for a month and a half.

Back in March, his metauniverse allowed the use of "language of hatred" against the Russian military, as well as civilians, and to call for the death of V.V.

Putin and A.G.

Lukashenko.

The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case against meta-colleagues for incitement to extremism and assistance to terrorism, and Facebook was blocked on March 4, in which state it remains to this day and, it seems, will remain for a very long time.

The audience also reacted.

Zuckerberg's censorship, and in general extremely idiotic and, moreover, carried out by Ukrainians, has long made Facebook a byword, and calls to lay hands on Russians and Belarusians have become the last straw.

Judging that there are things that cannot be demolished without meanness, the citizens of Russia began to leave the metauniverse en masse.

Leaving the leadership of the company to call for anything and drive any Ukrainian special propaganda among the troops and the population of the enemy, but only without us.

You can shit quantum satis, but into the void.

Together with the blocking, this had the effect that Zuckerberg as a phenomenon of public life in Russia was no more.

There was Zuckerberg - and there is no Zuckerberg.

That is, of course, there are methods to find out how Facebook lives in its current state.

VPN (Virtual Private Network "virtual private network") has not been canceled, and if there is a hunt, you can overcome the prohibitions of Roskomnadzor and see how it lives there.

True, it turns out that in general there is nothing to look at.

The progressive public is still the same.

Ukrainians and Ukrainians are the same.

Everything they wanted to say, they had already said a long time ago.

To read the same mournful appeals for the 257th time - why?

Nothing new.

Probably, emigrants, including internal ones, still find consolation in the Zuckerberg product, and it would be strange to interfere with them.

The bread of a foreign land is generally bitter, but here there is some kind of illusion of sweetness and some kind of illusion of community.

Let them.

But if the influence of the current Facebook on Russian thought and Russian society is zero, a few more months, and people will ask: “Muzzle book - what is it?”, Then why fine Zuckerberg?

Though for propaganda of sodomy, though for other actions.

He is already dead, and the dead are not avenged.

You can, of course, proceed from the fact that there is at least a tuft of wool from a black sheep.

True, another agricultural wisdom may be more appropriate here - about the fact that there is a lot of squealing, and little wool.

And fining a dead man is like shearing a pig.

Pointless occupation.

Banned in Russia - and thank God.

Good with you, good without you.

But such a chilled state of mind is still alien to supervisory authorities.

Radio Liberty**** long ago, even before any Ukrainian campaign, eked out a ghostly existence.

The resonance produced by this web page (radio broadcasting is long gone) was less than the statistical error.

And now, after the ban on Internet broadcasting, the ghostliness has become purely and truba.

It would seem, too - to give a damn and forget.

But no: “The court received 60 protocols against Radio Liberty because of the failure to remove prohibited content, including about Russia’s special operation in Ukraine.

For each protocol, the radio station faces a fine of 800 thousand to 4 million rubles.

Consideration of part of the protocols is scheduled for April 28.”

Emperor Alexander III (in another version of the joke - Nicholas I) in a similar situation did not bother himself with a fine proceeding, but limited himself to imposing the highest resolution: "Tell the tradesman Oreshkin that I also spit on him."

* Meta Platforms Inc (owner of Facebook and Instagram) - the organization was recognized as extremist, its activities are prohibited in Russia by the decision of the Tverskoy Court of Moscow dated 03/21/2022.


** Meta product, activity recognized as extremist, banned in Russia by decision of the Tverskoy Court of Moscow dated 03/21/2022.

***

Included in the register of unregistered public associations performing the functions of a foreign agent by the Ministry of Justice of Russia on September 29, 2021.

**** Radio Liberty / Radio Free Europe is a media outlet recognized as a foreign agent by decision of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation dated 05.12.2017.

The point of view of the author may not coincide with the position of the editors.

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