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Re: Building Global Community - Mark Zuckerberg



> ​F​acebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has just published a 5,700
> word "letter" on his profile, where he asserts that Facebook
> represents one of history's "great leaps."


Point being he's a "malignant narcissist like Donald Trump, with a touch
of megalomania. But perhaps I'm wrong about DT AND Zucchini.. Another
psychiatrist recently pointed out Donald Trump doesn't exhibit the
'distressed behavior' of a narcissist, and although that pill-pusher
didn't make a diagnosis (just debunked the "malignant narcissist"
label), he amply supports my hypothesis that Trump is a full-on
Psychopath. So is Zucchini boy. He LIKES to break things.

It's as easy as ABC to diagnose.

No Anxiety
No Bonds
No Conscience


They infest the computer industry.

-- 
RR
"You might want to ask an expert about that - I just fiddlefucked around
with mine until it worked..."









> Lauren posted two interesting links about this subject on PFIR list.
> Thanks, dear!  :*
> 
> ======
> 
> The Mark Zuckerberg Manifesto Is a Blueprint for Destroying Journalism
> 
> https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2017/02/the-m
> ark-zuckerberg-manifesto-is-a-blueprint-for-destroying-journalism/517113/
> 
> ​        ​
> A sprawling new manifesto by Zuckerberg, published to Facebook
>         on Thursday, should set off new alarm bells for journalists,
>         and heighten news organizations' sense of urgency about how
>         they--and their industry--can survive in a Facebook-dominated
>         world.
> 
> ​======
> 
> ​Op-ed: Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto is a political trainwreck
> 
> https://arstechnica.com/staff/2017/02/op-ed-mark-zuckerbergs
> -manifesto-is-a-political-trainwreck/
> 
> 
> ​F​
> acebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has just published a 5,700
>         word "letter" on his profile, where he asserts that Facebook
>         represents one of history's "great leaps." Though he covers a
>         number of topics, what's most interesting is how he positions
>         Facebook as a force for political change in the coming years.
>         His goals are lofty, sometimes even grandiose.  That's not the
>         problem.  The problem is a fundamental contradiction built
>         into the way he hopes to create what he calls a "global
>         community" by essentially gerrymandering the Internet.
> 
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