The Facebook Celeb Posts Glitch – A Zuckerberg 201-Jesuit Ritual

This Wednesday morning thousands of Facebook users reported issues with the platform, with many pointing out that their feed was showing posts from people commenting on celebrities’ pages — even if they didn’t follow the commenter or the celebrity.

Well, Mark Zuckerberg is known for his loyal Jesuit 201-rituals, and that is exactly what this is. It’s not a glitch, it’s not a hack, it’s deliberately and it’s a tribute to the actual controllers of CIA and Facebook, the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church.

Actually, it’s a simple riddle with a sneaky little twist. The obvious part is that Facebook was founded on February 4, 2004, and today, August 24 is exactly 201-days after their anniversary. Yes, 201, the Jesuit number.

The Jesuit Order = 201

The sneaky part, which gives some extra power to this ritual is that Mark Zuckerberg was born on May 14, so today is exactly 102-days after his birthday. Yes, 102, as in 201 backwards. And 102 days is the same as 14 weeks and 4 days, like 144, the second Jesuit number. Sneaky little twat.

Jesuit Order = 144

And, celeb posts? Yes, why not. They are false idols, serving their satanic agenda on the world stage. Also…

Zuckerberg = 116, 53, 466,154, 55, 504, 152, 696, 924
Celeb Posts = 116, 53, 466,154, 55, 504, 152, 696, 924

Quite the match. And there you have it. What it was and why it was something as stupid as celeb posts.

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