Does the Bible promote hate speech?
Social media giants seem to think so. Of course it depends if you are sharing about your faith on social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube in regards to hot button topics like homosexuality and abortion.
Your biblical views on social topics can often be considered to be a danger to the social media communities.
But let’s be honest – Facebook and Instagram are amazing ways to share ideas, experiences, and memories with family and friends. I mean, how else will you ever know what your class mate from twenty years ago had for dinner last night? If it were not for social media posts, some family pets would go completely unnoticed.
Unfortunately, the joys of social media of ten years ago have been quickly turning into social engineering tools in the hands of secular powers. Voices are being silenced, biblical ideas punished, and even worse – electronic monitoring and invasion of privacy has become mainstream.
That is why BTJ has decided to fight back.
Currently we are creating a social media platform that is focused on Christians living in the 10/40 Window, but will also serve free speech lovers around the world.
As we work on this platform, we are issuing a contract of freedom for all of our supporters who join us in this adventure.
Smell the Freedom of Social Media
Our motto is simple – live and let live. Speak your mind and mind your own business. Everyone deserves the right to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of thought.
Our stance on privacy is what we were taught in kindergarten – if it isn’t yours – don’t touch it. We do not collect, share, or sell your private information. Ever. It is yours to keep, not ours to sell.
Live free or die trying. Netizens have the right to express their views without fear of being blocked or shadow banned. Netizens also have the right to be forgotten if they wish to delete their account.
We are a small group of misfits that have grown tired of large social media companies dictating our content, tracking our activities, and selling our personal information. We feel that information is being weaponized and social media is no longer as fun as it used to be. Social media has turned hostile towards their users. In World War II, militaries turned to Morse Code to communicate in hostile territories . Morse Code is a system of dots and dashes. This was the inspiration for Dingdash.com – a new kind of social media that can help you enjoy the social media experience while communicating around the shark infested waters of Facebook, Wechat, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
We plan to launch the first version of our social media platform in November 2019.