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Facebook suppress the truth by declaring the death of a former NHL player as fake news

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Facebook has sunk to new lows by declaring the death of former NHL player Bryan Marchment as fake news and removing articles from its platform. 

Facebook has also penalised AFIPN further, with admins of our page now being warned that the page is at risk of being de-platformed.

This is despite the fact that Bryan Marchment passed away on Wednesday, 6th July 2022. It has been widely publicised on mainstream media and confirmed by family and former players and clubs in the NHL. 

The news can be confirmed in the following MSN publications; Yahoo News, ESPN, CBS News, and MSN.

No explanation for the removal of our article has been given, with no grounds for appeal. 

Whilst many of our followers would be well aware that there is something seriously wrong with the overwhelming number of sudden deaths, especially in fit and healthy young people, we have always maintained professionalism and journalistic integrity and reported the verifiable facts. On this occasion, we did just that and reported his reason for death as unknown.

But it seems Facebook is hellbent on suppressing the alarming number of sudden deaths, so much so that they will penalise a 100% factual article and hide a widely published death.

Serious questions must be asked about both the integrity and agenda of Facebook. It’s crystal clear that Facebook is the one suppressing the truth. It’s crystal clear that they have a dangerous and deadly plan. 

Why so many people trust a company owned by a billionaire shady socialist elitist in Mark Zuckerberg is beyond me. 

Facebook is stepping all over our human rights, our rights to free speech, and our right to have a free press. Facebook decides what you see, how you behave, and what you believe. I’m sorry to all those concerned about a social scoring system coming into play. It’s already here, and you all accept the terms of the game when you interact on Facebook. 

Don’t forget to follow AFIPN over on Twitter, Telegram and GAB, and if you can afford to do so, please donate as we continue to bring you the truth despite significant pushback from big tech.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve been banned from fb for 11 of the last 12 months for posting scientific studies that don’tshine a god-like light on the injections. I closed my account a few weeks ago because while I was unable to use fb to communicate for 12 months, I have found other services where I can communicate, and these other services actually do a far better job than fb..

    Twitter, Signal, Telegram, Truthbook.social + others. Now in the process of convincing my friends and family to make the move.

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