Behold diversity and inclusion at work. Womyn, Hispanic and black all represented here.
Scroll down through the comments and there is one smirking liberal who points out that the NY Post has gone to Facebook commenting so that people will have to post under their real names. The naughty, politically incorrect comments will have to be linked to people's real names, and this is mean to discourage too much free speech. I think he is right about the reasons why so many websites and blogs require signing in through Facebook or other social media in order to comment.
While some among us may say it doesn't matter; they don't mind having non-PC comments associated with their real-life identity, think about a time when non-PC speech will be treated as a criminal offense, as it is in some countries now.
How did these websites and blogs pull off this change without any resistance to it? I am waiting to see if the 'realist' comments which are seen as a good sign will in fact dry up, as there are probably groups like the SPLC and others combing through online comments and compiling lists of 'thought criminals' and their naughty words. And yes, it's true that one way or another, most everything we do online is open to those who can monitor us, this new practice just makes it easy for the thought police to do what they do.
I do notice the posters with obviously fake names ('Lysol Motorola') but I have also heard that FB is sending notices to people that use what appear to be pseudonyms, warning them that such will not be tolerated.
Of course, vile posts like those from commenter 'Urban Threshold' will always be allowed. Always. Wonder if the SPLC is keeping track of him?