There’s more than one problem with the flag.
The first and most obvious is there cannot be first, second and third rate victims. ALL innocent victims deserve the same support. How can we be supportive of the victims in France, but not of the over 40 victims in Beirut the day before? What about the 147 that died in Kenya in April in a similar attack? What about over 250,000 dead in Syria (currently 100+ per day)? what about more than 2,300 Palestinian deaths in 2014 alone? Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan… the list goes on and on. Where is their facebook flag filter? Who’s lighting up monuments, stadiums and bridges for them? Continue reading “Paris II – The problem with facebook’s flag filter”