Mark Zuckerberg openly aligns Facebook with Global Governance in speech.
In a recent article Zuckerberg denied any claims that Facebook would use its influence to affect the United States Presidential Elections. This piece shows a stark contrast to that statement and emphasizes why Zuckerberg’s agenda is, in fact, political.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out a 10-year plan to connect the world that sounded as much like a political cause as a grab for potential billions in dollars.
In a sweeping address that took on sharp political tones at times, Facebook’s 31-year-old CEO detailed how Facebook aims to reach the planet’s 7 billion people — half of whom do not have Internet access. And he took very direct aim at those who would limit free trade and immigration.
“We are one global community,” he said. “Whether we are welcoming a refugee fleeing war or an immigrant seeking opportunity, coming together to fight a global disease like Ebola or to address climate change.”