Fans of Disney's "Frozen" know that one of the film's lesser villains is the toupee-wearing weasel, the Duke of Weselton. What if the "Duke of Weaseltown" is really the ancestor of the master of the Zuck, or possibly someone who associates with the supposedly election-rigging Russians (as the photo would seem to indicate)? A stretch? Maybe.
Lets' explore this as a possible explanation of the character flaws that allow this multi-billionaire to support rabid leftists and perversions of all types while censoring light-hearted commentary from those who may not bow to the altars of his politically correct agenda.
Don't think Zuck could be related to the Duke? Consider the following quote:
“Ah, Arendelle, our most mysterious trade partner. Open those gates so I may unlock your secrets and exploit your riches! Did I say that out loud?”―The Duke
It doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to realize that Facebook, like so many other media entities, should be showing up on the campaign finance forms of Democrat politicians as it provides an incredible amount of campaign services including advertisements and removal of some of the content that may support the opposition. Censorship, providing off-the-books in-kind donations to Democrats (through its "policies"), and data-mining for Democrats (which may have backfired on the billionaire bozo) perfectly exemplify why the term, "zuck" seems to be perfectly identified by the Urban Dictionary.
The Urban Dictionary has several definitions for "zuck" and here are a few worth noting:
1. To take something from someone else; for example their personal property (a golden egg) or an idea (TNBT) or something abstract (private data.)
(*) Note that this usage does not apply to taking someone's virginity.
2. To infringe on someone's privacy or abuse their trust.
3. (in football) To intercept.
4. An untrustworthy person
5. A weasel
Weasel? It makes perfect sense that "zuck" would mean weasel. The Duke's long-lost heir doesn't save his censorship and his general zucking for those of influence and power. No, he will unleash his authority on any who dare oppose the P.C. snowflakes he serves. A prime example of petty Facebook censorship occurred Saturday when my wife's friend mused that she was not going to be able to get her unsweetened tea in styrofoam (the kind that actually insulate the drink) cups from McDonald's as they are switching to the plastic cups. She jokingly used the phrase "first world problem" and snowflake wrath spewed forth. I would link to some of the vile, expletive-filled reactions of the oh-so tolerant and caring eco-warriors... but the post is nowhere to be found.
The link to the Duke of Weaseltown is underlined by the subject of the dastardly post. The lady likes to have her tea cold and maximize the time that her ice would remain frozen. Perhaps Zuck or his stooges believe this dangerous woman may be some sort of sorceress,. That is not unheard of in his lineage:
"Sorcery! I knew there was something dubious going on here."
We may never know what happened to the offending post, but it was fun while it lasted. My assumption is that one or more of the f-bombing erudite snowflakes reported the post and as it fit the anti-PC model, Facebook eagerly removed it. Unlike the more hypocritical of my fellow conservatives, I don't view this as a free speech violation. Facebook, despite its tireless efforts to assist in the electoral success of leftists most vile, is not a government entity. I contend that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are intended to limit the federal government (much of which operates well outside its bounds) and not private entities. This does not mean that the sniveling weasels at Facebook should have deleted the post, but who would expect them to behave as they should?
Zuck's Facebook, the bastion of idea exchange that deemed two black women who are supporters of President Trump are "unsafe to the community" has shown that it will take on challenges to the sacred cows of the left, no matter the size of the challenge. If only their efforts to install Hillary Clinton into the Oval Office had succeeded, they would be one step closer to being a vital cog in an Owellian Ministry of Truth. For now the the weasels will have to keep their censorship claws sharp by snagging the little fish.
Cross-posted from Malignant Liberal Idiocy