This week the Zionist trolls launched a concerted attack on my Facebook page. How do I know?
Trolls = unknown names with no profiles posting obnoxious Hasbara.
Concerted attack = multiple posts, one after another, over a period of several hours.
This is a social media world, and I’m a social media gal. Defending against tiresome trolls is as simple as cleaning up ugly graffiti. The faster you remove it, the sooner they will lose interest and move on.
- Don’t engage with trolls <<<trolls want your attention, don’t give it to them>>>
- Report trolls to Facebook <<<click on upper right corner of the message and dropdown box gives you the option to report.>>>
- Block trolls <<<You might be able to block when you report, or you click on the troll’s FB page and then click on the 3 dots to the right of the troll’s name. The dropdown box gives you the option to report and block>>>
This short (8 minute) video provides a very good primer on Israel’s hasbara project and how it has influenced the mainstream media in the United States. I highly recommend it.
No one should be surprised if Palestinians try to emulate Israel’s propaganda success, but I hope they don’t stoop to paying students to troll Facebook and Twitter.