- Ebay has numerous discussion boards that are read by
thousands of users every day.
- In 2004, right after Yassar Arafat died, someone started
a thread on the eBay discussion board "Soapbox" that contained
the most vile hate speech I'd ever read directed towards Yassar Arafat
and Palestinians. The thread contained dozens of extremely hate filled
derogatory posts after being up for several weeks. It was obvious that
many of the posts were written by Jews. The "Ebay Moderation Team"
which claims to be aganist "hate speech" did nothing about it
and didn't remove any posts even though I complained about several of them
using the "report" button.
- Just the opposite is true when one complains about Israel
- Last year, about one day after Israel attacked Lebanon,
I posted three essays on "Soapbox" that I wrote about the use
of weapons banned by all International War Treaties such as depleted uranium
bombs, cluster bombs and white phosphorous bombs and their use by Israel
and the U.S. Right away, my posts were removed by the "Ebay Moderation
Team". They sent me e-mails claiming the posts violated eBay rules
and were hate speech and profanity.
- I've posted links to essays by professional journalists
such as Henry Makow, Chris Bollyn and Wayne Madsen about problems with
Israel and zionists and those posts were removed by eBay claiming the links
were hate speech, profanity etc.
- Recently, I posted a link to a long scholarly article
about the involvement of the zionist Jews in the Russian Communist Revolution
and that post was removed with the claim by the "Ebay Moderation Team"
that it violated eBay rules and was hate speech etc. Here's the link;
- It appears that eBay has a serious double standard when
it comes to Muslims and Jews. It's O.K. to put up lies and hate speech
about Muslims but don't ever tell the truth about Israel and zionist Jews.