Social distancing is an emerging trend in social media that uses the power of social media to target and silence those who speak out against social injustice.
The practice of social distorting messages, often with the goal of reducing dissent, has been in the news for a long time.
Facebook has been a big player in the social distortion game, and its algorithms are used to influence how people see and interact with their friends.
The company has made clear that it has no intention of censoring or removing posts.
However, social distilling has become a tool in the hands of trolls, who are able to post messages with a malicious intent.
Social distancing, in other words, is a tactic used by people to use Facebook to censor others, as well as silence them.
It’s a technique that’s often used by groups of people who are determined to target people, such as the anti-immigrant groups Pegida and Antifa.
It allows them to target the voices they deem to be too vocal, and to then target the people who disagree with them.
The target of social Distancing posts are often individuals who speak up against social injustices, or who are perceived as a threat to their perceived power and wealth.
For example, an example of a social Distorting post posted by Pegida UK: “I don’t want to see my neighbours die on the streets.
I’m too scared to have to feed my family.
I don’t have the means to feed myself.
I want my children to be educated.
I am not going to see any of my children get an education.
We want to send a clear message to people that we will not stand for injustice.”
The poster then posts a photo of himself standing in front of a white van with a caption that says: “My name is Andrew, and I’m a white person who lives in London.
I have no money, and no family.
You could be standing next to me, but you won’t see me.
I know you have nothing, so you should just go and get yourself killed, so I can start over.””
I’m tired of being told what to do, and how to live my life.
I know you have nothing, so you should just go and get yourself killed, so I can start over.”
The poster ends the post by saying: “So, you’re a person who says things that are not true.
If you have to fight for it, go and kill yourself.
You are not worthy of being alive, because you are not human.
I know you’re not a racist, and a misogynist, and an Islamophobe.
I mean, I know your ideology, and it’s not racist, or misogynistic, or Islamophobic.
You’re not even a racist or misogynist.
I hate to break it to you, but it’s just not true, is it?
It’s not true that you’re racist, because if you’re really racist, you would say the same thing about white people, because that’s the only race they’re human, and they are white.
But you know what?
You’re a sexist, because women are just women, and men are men.
And you’re homophobic, because the people you love are just straight white men, so they don’t need to hate the same people as they hate the gays.
And you’re just racist, which is a huge, huge, big no no.
So, please, if you don’t think I’m being sexist, homophobic, or homophobic, go kill yourself, because I am.
And then go back and tell everyone else what you believe.”
The posters then take their post down, and have the post replaced with the following: “This post has been removed due to a copyright claim by an anonymous user.
We have removed the content and apologise for the damage caused.”
The post has since been shared thousands of times.
But not everyone sees it that way.
For example, this post by Antifa UK, in response to the anti, anti-fascist and anti-racist activism happening in London: “It is time for us to show the truth about who we are, what we stand for, and what we fight for.
This is what our lives are about.
We fight for equality, justice, and liberation.
This fight is not over, and the future of our movement depends on it.”
Antifa UK also posted this image, which was deleted within hours, in which the message is clearly seen: “The people of London have a right to protest.
We’re sick and tired of seeing our neighbours die.
We know how to stop it.
We’ve got enough proof to show this.
And we will continue to use this power against the fascists, and against the racism, and homophobia, and all the other bigotry, hatred and prejudice that has taken over our city and is slowly destroying the fabric of our society.”
Another post by the same group was taken down immediately, stating